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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday, 16th March, 2020.

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 25th March, 2020.


BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)

>>>General News….

*Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo shuts down schools until further notice

*Government bans church activities, funerals, other public gatherings

*Ghana closes borders to stop spread of Coronavirus

*Over 150 Ghanaians have had contact with Coronavirus patients – Ghana Health Service

*Security operatives seize Prophet Badu Kobi’s cars over unpaid duties

*Court sentences fetish priest to death for murder

*I’ll make sure Badu Kobi’s fleet of cars are auctioned – Kennedy Agyapong vows

*Ghana imposes travel ban on countries with 200 or more cases of coronavirus

*4 more Coronavirus cases confirmed in Ghana

*Pharmacies incur Nana Aba Anamoah’s wrath for overpricing sanitizers

*Convert hotels in Ghana to quarantine centres – Epidemiologist suggests

*Sawla SHS maths teacher to appear before Tamale High Court

*Pay brainy doctors, herbalists to find cure for Coronavirus – KSM to govt

*AngloGold Ashanti Confirms COVID-19 Case at Obuasi Gold Mine

*Coronavirus: Law students boycott lectures over poor precautionary measures

*GRIDCo apologises for Saturday’s dumsor

*FULL TEXT: Akufo-Addo’s address on measures taken to combat coronavirus pandemic

*Akufo-Addo announces enhanced measures to contain Covid-19

*Public Services Commission calls for ban on non-critical work meetings

*CAC prays for Ghana’s protection against COVID-19

*Ghana is anchor of security in West Africa – German Ambassador

*WR office of the National Communication Authority educates network users on their Rights

*National Service Personnel urged to plan for their future

*Organizations are required to provide handwashing stations – Information Minister

*GJA urges responsible reportage on COVID-19 outbreak

*Government introduces COVID-19 website

*Government of Ghana announces travel advisory

*Some residents of Sekondi-Takoradi call for intensification of public education on coronavirus

*Coronavirus: GIMPA GRASAG urges government to shut down schools

*COVID-19: You’ll soon use the sanitizers you’re hoarding as breakfast – TV3’s Oti Adjei to dealers

*UPSA has not suspended lectures over Coronavirus ‘scare’ – SRC

*Ghanaian Times: Adhering to WHO precautionary measures on coronavirus critical

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*Top 10: Ranking the Bundesliga’s greatest Africans

*Newcastle United chasing £17.5 million rated Myron Boadu

*Alfred Duncan to undergo coronavirus tests after three team-mates test positive

*Arsenal weigh up bid for Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey

*Coronavirus: Ighalo, Mane, Boateng and many of Africa’s stars discuss the pandemic

*Great Olympics 2-1 Liberty Professionals – Dade Boys return to winning ways

*Owen tips Nketiah and Martinelli as Aubameyang replacement at Arsenal

*Black Maidens thump Liberia 8-0 in FIFA U-17 World Cup qualifiers

*Bechem share spoils with Aduana Stars in regional derby

*Medeama coach Samuel Boadu heaps praise on players after Legon Cities win

*Ghana coach C.K. Akonnor to earn $20,000 monthly salary – Ministry, GFA agree

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*Prices of local goods increasing faster than imported goods

*Ghana’s new investment law delayed until 2021

*Agriculture students get support to boost production

*Ensure proper documentation before relocating Siwdu artisans to Mempeasem – CCRCCI to CCMA

*New Ethiopian airlines area manager calls on Aviation minister

*Businesses to suffer as government bans foreigners from entering Ghana?

*Fuel prices to fall by 8%

*Coronavirus: Potential economic impact on Ghana has been assessed – Oppong Nkrumah

*COVID-19: Self-quarantine: BPA to staff

*Coronavirus: Your safety in our banking halls assured – CBG to customers

*Government spent GH¢68.4 billion in 2019

*Coronavirus: More foreign missions, embassies to suspend operations

*Education and training of bankers must meet demands of industry – FBN MD

*Tullow Oil toughens Board’s oversight amid US$1.6 billion after tax loss

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*Bloggers’ Forum: Time to postpone entertainment events over coronavirus?

*My ‘La Palm’ song not to encourage violence – Reggie Rockstone

*Fella Makafui angrily charges on radio presenter who called her fake wedding collapse ‘stupid’

*Akwaboah’s brother goes blind few days after a lady cursed them?

*Tonto Dikeh supports Afia Schwarzenegger’s curses on FDA

*Shatta Wale finally shows the world his account balance to prove he is indeed ‘rich’

*Heartbroken KNUST boy finally speaks about Nana Ama

*My love for you deep – Smith Asante’s wife to hubby

*Fantana and Wendy Shay are not musicians, they’re slay queens – Dede Supa

*10 small things that prove that your love is true

*King Promise sells out big concert in London

*Jah Phinga crowned Volta Music Awards ‘Artiste of the year’

*VGMA 2020: We haven’t thought of putting Shatta Wale on performance list – Charter House PRO

*Postpone entertainment events indefinitely – Dada Hafco on fighting coronavirus

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>>>Africa News…

*Coronavirus: Egyptian football suspended amid coronavirus fears

*Tourists stuck in Morocco after links to Europe restricted over coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Schools, religious services halted in Rwanda

*Cape Town man struggles to get tested for Covid-19 at private hospital

*MRKH syndrome: ‘The day I discovered I was born without a vagina’

*Canadian, Italian kidnapped in Burkina Faso in 2018 released in Mali

*Kenya’s President cancels two foreign meetings over Covid-19

*I killed female neighbour for accusing me of phone theft – Suspect

*SA man struggles to get tested for COVID-19 at private hospital

*Nigeria, SA, Ethiopia, Congo account for 50% illicit financial flows in Africa

*Mali backs singer Rokia Traoré after French arrest

*Tanzania tops East Africa on wealth list

*Doomsday looms for corrupt Tanzanian leaders

*Kampala G77 summit cancelled

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>>>World News…

*US state of Georgia delays primary election over virus fears

*Syria’s brutal war enters 10th year

*Anxious France defies virus to hold local polls

*Spain announces lockdown after reporting 1,500 new coronavirus cases in a day

*Iran urges people to stay home as virus claims 113 lives

*How Ronaldinho became the football king of a Paraguayan prison

*Trump tests negative for coronavirus

*Spain coronavirus toll surges; more countries tighten controls

*Coronavirus: Prime Minister announces closure of cafes, shops, restaurants and cinemas

*NFL players approve deal that adds an extra game to the regular season

*US-China trade truce at risk as virus hits global economy

*France to shut ‘non-essential’ public places – PM

*Trump takes coronavirus test, as US extends travel ban to UK and Ireland

*Syria’s brutal war enters 10th year

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