Home NEWS Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 12th October 2020

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 12th October 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*’Thank you’ – Mali’s interim President tells President Akufo-Addo

*Election 2020: NPP winning, but can’t be complacent – Samira

*Let’s kick Akufo-Addo and his family out of power – Asiedu Nketia

*2,163 projects being executed in Upper West Region – Akufo-Addo

*National Security grabs smugglers at Kotoka Airport with US$1 million gold

*You stopped Dumelo from helping us now look at us – Ayawaso flood victims cry

*Rallies in disguise? Here’s how many times Akufo-Addo, Mahama’s camps pulled crowds during campaign

*#EndSARSNow: How Ghana Police has won the heart of netizens with their professionalism

*Family of murdered Mfantseman MP suspects foul play

*Stay away from Navrongo Central – Kofi Adda’s supporters warn Akufo-Addo

*Dumelo, Lydia Alhassan doing aqua olympics in Ayawaso West after rains – Social media users

*Election 2020: NPP’s elephant symbol is ‘almost lost’ – Dan Botwe

*EP Church Moderator is dead

*NPP Campaign Manager dies in ghastly accident

*Fact Check: Kofi Adda to run as independent parliamentary candidate for Navrongro Central

*Twitter agog over Kasoa rains devastation

*Two dead, another injured in bloody clash at Ejura market

*Ursula Owusu campaigning across Ghana for her Vice Presidential ambition – A Plus

*Let’s make history with Naana Jane as Ghana’s first female Veep – NDC Women’s Organizer

*Paramount chief pledges to support government’s cocoa rehabilitation programme

*Research into lifestyle of adults with cerebral palsy – Farida Bedwei

*Saturday floods: My people are scattered and helpless – Adabraka Sahara-Odawna Assemblyman laments

*Central Region celebrates International Girl Child Day

*Let’s commit to peaceful 2020 polls – Otumfuo tells parties

*Asantehene optimistic Ghana will be peaceful after polls

*It’s madness to support Western Togolanders – Antwi Danso

*Chieftaincy clashes leave two with injuries at Dompim-Pepesa

*ECG explains cause of power outages in parts of Accra

*Essikado-Ketan residents allegedly snub NDC’s Parliamentary candidate

*Security officers foil attempt by Western Togoland thugs to block Aveyime, Sege roads

*CIMAF Ghana supports Kpone Katamanso health directorate in polio immunisation exercise

*Regent alumna listed among inspirational Global Future Female Leaders

*Research into lifestyles of adults with cerebral palsy – Farida Bedwei

*MP killing: Security agencies on top of their game – Seth Acheampong

*Prestea Chief hails the impact of Free SHS on his people

*PWDs in KEEA receive items to boost their businesses

*’God will take you far’ – Asantehemaa tells Bawumia

*Check the weather forecast daily – GMet urges public

*Okudzeto Ablakwa congratulates Presec contestants with MacBook Pros after NSMQ win

*2,163 projects being executed in Upper West Region – Akufo-Addo

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*Sulley Muntari’s ‘high’ salary demand to end dream PSL move

*I know fans are disappointed but we still need their support to win – Kurt Okraku

*Solomon Asante’s late winner sends Phoenix Rising into USL semifinals

*Qatar vs Ghana: Profile of match venue, Titanic Sports Complex in Antalya, Turkey

*’We weren’t well organized ‘ – CK Akonnor speaks after Mali defeat

*‘Partey was playing like a transwoman’ – Ghanaians react to Black Stars defeat to Mali

*Newcastle United set to release Ghanaian winger Christian Atsu next summer

*Mali didn’t play any extraordinary football – CK Akonnor after losing 3-0

*Coach Sarpong unhappy with Black Stars team overhaul

*‘He understands space’ – Why Arteta picked Partey to be Arsenal’s ‘cinco’

*Ghana-born Mohammed Muntari excluded from Qatar squad to face Black Stars

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*Oil contracts cancelled over Coronavirus

*We’re excited about GSA, FDA harmonization – GUTA

*Dr. Ernest Addison to deliver 2020 UG Alumni lecture

*GIADEC assures responsible mining of bauxite in Atewa Forest Reserve

*It is possible to save and fund your start-up – Nyame-Addo

*Unavailability of anchovies affecting Tuna fishing – NAFAG

*NBSSI facilitating formalization of MSMEs

*Government and Private sector must collaborate to bridge housing deficit

*Payment of bailout funds to fund management companies started – Official Liquidator

*Cancellation of oil, gas contracts: 500 workers to lose jobs

*Government, Cenpower agree Gas Supply Agreement to Secure Cost Savings of up to $3.0 billion

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*Pamela Odame used to be a prostitute at Osu – Nana Tornado blows alarm

*Obrafour is ungrateful, sue me because I’m ready to face you in court – Ayisha Modi hits back

*I don’t have any issues with Nana Aba – Osebo

*Ghana’s Abedi Pele is my inspiration – Kofi Mole

*Healthy Kwadee seen with industry greats as he is set to take Ghana by storm

*Mzbel drags Afia Schwarzenegger before Ga Traditional Court for lying

*Plush white wedding of Dr Ofori Sarpong’s daughter will blow your mind

*John Dumelo walks in floodwaters to sympathize with victims

*Kwamz’s ‘Ronaldo’ earns ‘Spotlight Track of the Week’ on official UK Afrobeat chart

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*Former SA president to testify in court over corruption allegations

*Opposition joined forces at an anti-Ouattara rally

*Tunisia’s economic crisis amidst the Covid-19 pandemic

*#EndSARS protests: Nigeria abolishes loathed federal special police unit

*Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police dissolves SARS

*White South African farmers stage angry protest over rural violence

*Senegal’s Gorée Island reopens post Coronavirus lockdown

*Police disperse gender-based violence protest in Namibia

*Africa ‘needs $1.2tn’ to recover coronavirus losses

*#EndSARS protests: Nigeria president commits to ending police brutality

*Nigerian police fire tear gas at #EndSars protests against brutality

*Nigerian Special Police Force still struggles with abuse reports

*A look at Ethiopia’s historic coffee ritual

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*Covid: Second national lockdown possible, says top UK scientist

*Covid-19 virus ‘survives on some surfaces for 28 days’

*French Open: Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic to win 13th Roland Garros title

*Eifel Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton equals Michael Schumacher record with 91st win

*Belarus: Dozens more arrested as anti-Lukashenko protests continue

*Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of killing civilians in missile attack – hours after truce

*Man sues police after being led through city by rope ‘as though he was a slave’

*At least 20 people die after train collides with bus in Thailand

*Facebook responsible for 94% of child sex abuse images reported by US tech firms

*COVID-19 cases across Europe increasing as continent rides second wave

*People caught without facemasks forced to dig graves and get into coffins

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