Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 19th October 2020





*NPP gurus storm Akwatia for unity walk, Ama Sey ‘missing’

*FULL TEXT: Akufo-Addo’s 18th address to the nation on measures to fight coronavirus

*Corrupt public officers could face 25-years in jail under new law

*Academic year for university students starts from January 2021 – Akufo-Addo

*Beg Ama Sey or forget Akwatia seat – Ken Agyapong directs NPP

*Heavy vehicular traffic on Dansoman-Mataheko stretch as NDC PC campaigns

*You begged to be tried but you’ve messed up – Hardi Yakubu to Akufo-Addo

*4 more to die – Prophet who prophesied NPP Yapei-Kusaugu PC’s death warns

*NPP’s Odododiodio Youth Organiser is dead

*’Agona West MP will lose 2020 elections so why kill her?’ – NDC PC

*NPP hot over independent candidates

*Govt has taken a cabinet decision to plot evil against Mahama – Clement Apaak alleges

*Ghana allocates US$86 million to purchase 19 Israeli armored vehicles

*Murder of Mfantseman MP appeared not politically driven – Gabby

*Female police inspector identified among 3 dead in Amasaman crash

*NDC PC denies reported arrest over plot to kill Agona West MP

*Reject irresponsible ‘husband’ for a caring Akufo-Addo – Bawumia urges Ghanaians

*Oppong Nkrumah, Hamid and Presidential Staffers kingpins of fake news – Sammy Gyamfi

*Ajumako to get University on its own – Mahama

*Wearing of the mandatory nose masks on the decline

*Protect frontline workers to do more – Trenton-Mbonde

*Gomoa Central NDC PC committed to providing a steel bridge for Gomoa Ayensuadze

*Prejudices, stigma, constitute barriers to the visually impaired – NHFB

*We’re not ready for trouble on December polls – Akatsi North NDC Chairman

*KOKMA commissions first phase of Metropolitan Sculpture Series

*Ghana’s active coronavirus case now 344; 33 new ones confirmed

*Kofi Asamoah-Siaw is PPP’s running mate for the 2020 election

*Mahama assures free fertilizer for farmers in 2021

*Prioritise safety on our roads – Rev Quamson

*Four suspected criminals arrested in Swedru

*Increase Police numbers – Afife Traditional Council appeals

*Find permanent solution to annual flooding in northern Ghana – Yoo Naa

*SEND Ghana calls for expansion of LEAP Programme

*Gender Ministry targets two million men and boys as ‘He-For-She’ advocates

*Lions Clubs International: District 418 Ghana donates to Volta School for the Deaf and Blind

*TMA and Exim Kingdom to build multipurpose hospital to give free services to the aged

*AWLA builds capacity of stakeholders for improved justice delivery

*Agona West: NDC parliamentary candidate laughs off plot to kill Gender Minister

*Ghanaians need to be privacy-conscious – National Cyber Security Centre

*Reject claims that I’ll cancel free SHS – Mahama

*Dodowa self-imposed land guard to re-appear on October 23

*President Akufo-Addo to tour Oti Region from Wednesday

*You’ve not worked enough to demand for police protection – Security analyst to MPs

*Patriotic Professionals Integrated screen Accra New Town residents

*NPP govt unable to account for GH¢365bn oil revenue – Ato Forson

*President inspects works at the Big Tree Receptive Facility

*NPP would’ve been embarrassed if Ama Sey went independent – Ken Agyapong ©


*Black Stars coronavirus positive cases hit five after friendlies, European clubs on alert

*Former Ghana captain Stephen Appiah lauds Andre Ayew leadership qualities

*Jordan Ayew tests positive for coronavirus

*Asamoah Gyan apologises for using unprintable words on colleague tennis player

*Ardent Asamoah Gyan fan quits football over dying mother

*FIFA U-20 World Cup winners, where are they now?

*Ex-Ghana captain Stephen Appiah set to begin coaching badges soon

*Arsenal legend Ray Parlour expects big things from Thomas Partey

*Jordan Ayew misses Brighton clash amid Ghana coronavirus fears

*Mohammed Kudus scores debut Eredivisie goal on injury return

*Isaac Twum scores as Mjøndalen defeat giants SK Brann in Norway ©


*Government settles prolonged inter utility legacy debt of $203 million

*Govt to hold national conference on implementation of AfCFTA agreement

*Ghana unlikely to record-high inflation in December – Economist

*CSIR-SARI introduces high yielding groundnut varieties to farmers

*NPP better managers of Ghana’s economy – Twum Boafo

*Government commended for fixing new cocoa price

*Govt unveils GH¢2 billion credit guarantee scheme for SMEs

*Ada salt project endorsed by traditional authorities

*Bank of Ghana clean-up given rise to stronger banks – Fitch

*Anglogold makes changes to its Board

*Govt urged to create market access fund for smallholder farmers ©


*Shatta Wale holds plush birthday party

*Except for KNUST, all other public universities in Ghana were built by NDC – Rex Omar

*I’ll curse you with Antoa if you provoke me – Nayas warns Pamela Odame

*Aaron Adatsi and fiancée christen their baby boy

*I’ll cut Nayas off – Pamela Odame

*I love to show off because I have suffered – Shatta Wale

*I’m sure Sarkodie wishes he was a singer – Musician claims

*I’ll choose acting over an MP even if I die and resurrect in my next world – Akrobeto

*Pope Skinny celebrates Shatta Wale on his birthday

*The battle is the Lord saga: Diana Asamoah clears herself

*I have been a card bearing NDC member since 1992 – Rex Omar reveals

*Peace Hyde and Ella Balinska stun on the cover of UK’s WOTC Magazine’s October Issue ©


*World Bank upgrades Egypt growth forecast to 3.5% in 2020

*Guinea: Concerns over electoral register ahead polls

*Triple homicide: Court drops charges against Babu’s mother

*Zambia’s debt crisis worsens

*About 10,000 refugees from Congo, Sudan need food aid in Yei

*Why celebrities are rushing into politics in Uganda

*Zimbabwe’s debt stifling its economy

*Police fire teargas to disperse clan meeting, three arrested

*2 cattle thieves killed in Budi County

*Guineans elect president in test vote for democracy

*Africa: Nearly a quarter million active coronavirus cases across continent

*East Africa could become a major cannabis export hub

*Cote d’Ivoire heads into crisis as opposition calls for election boycott ©


*China passes biosecurity law to prevent infectious diseases

*Israel sends treaty delegation to Bahrain with Trump aides

*France teacher attack: 11th arrest in Samuel Paty murder case

*Coronavirus: Tory MPs clash over Manchester restrictions

*Teenager asked pupils to identify French teacher before beheading him

*More than 60 missing or killed after landslides in Vietnam and Pakistan

*Brexit: Ball in EU’s court over trade deal, says Gove

*Coronavirus: Michael Gove accuses Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham of ‘posturing’ over Covid rules stand-off

*US woman faces first federal execution since 1953

*Macron calls Paris beheading ‘Islamist terrorist attack’ ©



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