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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 21st September 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*FULL TEXT: Akufo-Addo’s 17th address to the nation on measures to fight coronavirus

*Coronavirus: $150 testing fee legitimate – Akufo-Addo justifies

*Ambassador Adjei-Barwuah calls on family of Barbara Tommey

*Government extends compulsory wearing of nose mask by 3 months

*How Ghanaian romance scammer duped British granny of her £18,000, sex, others

*Mahama appeals to Ghanaians to return him to power in a message to celebrate Nkrumah

*Prophet Oduro slams EC for issuing disgusting voter cards

*Akufo-Addo’s bodyguard begins construction of Asamankese, Asuokaw cemetery walls

*Catholic priest turned judge to cease clerical duties – Catholic Church

*Bole NDC Deputy Organiser escapes assassination attempt

*Adwoa Safo’s strategy yields results as Dome Kwabenya tops EC’s provisional new voter register

*Six pastors join Ajumako Enyan Essiam constituency NDC campaign team

*1960 image of Accra’s iconic UTC building tells a tale of change and stagnation

*2020 elections: Mahama promises more mortuaries for Zongo communities

*I promise to stop the importation of coronavirus into our country – Nana Addo

*Coronavirus: Your death predictions did not materialise – Nana jabs critics

*Kwesi Pratt to vote for Akua Donkor as President?

*Akufo-Addo’s sterling leadership saved us from coronavirus disaster – Bawumia

*NDC will promote modern industrial parks for garage owners – Mahama

*Coronavirus: Zero active cases ultimate aim – Akufo-Addo

*Eat well, exercise to fight coronavirus – Akufo-Addo urges Ghanaians

*Coronavirus: 127 infections take active cases up marginally, death toll now 297

*Five dead, seven injured in Upper East floods

*43 pregnant girls write WASSCE, BECE in Kassena-Nankana West

*Dismiss case of CSOs against government over Atewa Forest – Attorney General

*Don’t undermine coronavirus protocols – Assemblies of God pastor urges

*I want to be a professional nurse in future – 57 year-old JHS graduate

*Prof Opoku-Agyemang begins 6 days campaign tour in Central Region today

*Akufo-Addo raising voters’ expectations too high with populist promises – Mahama

*Likpe Mate E.P classrooms turned animal pen zones

*Akufo-Addo sterling leadership saved us from coronavirus disaster – Bawumia

*These are the issues driving the massive upcoming elections in Ghana

*Eyes on the Ground: Major news headlines from the Western Region

*EC accused of deliberately filtering presidential aspirants with huge filing fee

*Election 2020: NDC to deploy lawyers in all 275 constituency collation centres

*Dr Henry Lartey to lead GCPP in 2020 Presidential polls again

*Ghanaians are appreciative of President Akufo-Addo’s achievements – CVM

*NDC will prioritize welfare of the aged – Prof Opoku-Agyemang

*Youth empowerment is paramount – Imam

*JHS students urged to be of good behaviour after BECE

*Death toll in Offinso juvenile football team accident hits 8

*JHS graduates in Atebubu optimistic of obtaining good grades

*Mahama joins campaign against ban on importation of salvaged cars

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*GPL, Division One League to resume with 25% spectators

*Nasiru Mohammed scores his first league goal of the season

*Hamburg’s Germany-born defender Stephan Kofi Ambrosius on Ghana FA radar

*Performance of Ghanaian players abroad

*Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha explains Jordan Ayew penalty swap against Manchester United

*Black Saturday: Coach Akonnor and Ghanaians react to tragic youth team crash

*Mohammed Kudus wins Man of The Match award in first league start for Ajax

*Eight young Ghanaian footballers killed in ghastly bus accident

*Today in Sports History: DK Poison wins Ghana’s first boxing title after beating Mexico’s Ruben Olivares

*Afriyie Acquah appointed deputy captain at Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor

*Kudus wins Man of the Match Award on his Ajax debut

*Black Stars to play Mali in friendly on October 9

*Schlupp and Zaha set records in Crystal Palace victory against Manchester United

*Nana Yaw Amponsah calls on Sports Minister to confirm Kotoko’s Africa campaign

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*Deputy Minister hands over site for development of 300 hectares valley for rice production

*Cedi gains lifeline from Central Bank

*Mahama unveils ‘blueprint’ for agriculture sector

*Ghana to be exporter of solar – GCPP’s Henry Lartey

*GRA workers, Organised Labour kick against new recruitments, promotions

*Ghana’s economic growth set to rebound

*Premix fuel: A commodity inspiring prosperity in coastal communities

*Young people venturing into coconut business good for economy – Kwaku Boateng

*GNCCI establishes credit union to support businesses

*TUC calls for proper implementation of three-tier pension scheme

*CBG has a smooth process to do payouts – MD

*CSIR-SARI educates farmers on improved cowpea varieties

*Cedi heading for best performance since 2006

*Afram Plains District Assembly raises 150k cashew and Mango seedlings for farmers

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*Kidi ‘sugars gal dem’, others at GMB 2020 finale

*Greater Accra’s Naa nails it; crowned GMB 2020 queen

*GMB 2020 finale: Praye gets judges, fans grooving

*GMB 2020 Final: All six finalists pitch against nationalising one language

*I love dating older women, young girls are not my taste – Mr Drew

*VGMA20: I impressed upon ‘feuding’ Akosua Agyapong, Rex Omar to come together – Amandzeba

*Society cannot force me to marry – Yvonne Nelson hits back following pressure

*Happy FM poached me for GH¢10K – Mikki Osei Berko

*#LettertomyEx: She wasn’t just a friend after all

*Society cannot force me to marry – Yvonne Nelson hits back following pressure

*Stop sharing your songs for free, put them on streaming platforms – Zionfelix

*Kofi Kinaata educates on coronavirus with new song

*Pastor Joe Beecham speaks on political ambition

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*’It ruined my life’: School closures in Kenya lead to rise in FGM

*Coronavirus: WHO sets rules for testing African herbal remedies

*Uganda Makerere University fire: ‘Ivory Tower’ gutted

*Outlook for top global economies is improving, OECD says

*UNICEF criticizes sentencing of 13-year old for blasphemy in Nigeria

*Central African Republic: Ex-officer arrested for war crimes

*Botswana allows married women to be allocated land

*Ethiopia files terrorism charges against leading opposition activist

*Herdsman, 65 cows arrested for destroying farms

*Diack’s son slams ‘judicial war’ in French jail sentence

*Lifestyle: 4 home remedies to treat baldness

*US to ban TikTok downloads, WeChat use from Sunday

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*If U.S. election winds up in Supreme Court, Ginsburg’s death will loom large

*Australia coronavirus cases ‘set to be lowest in months’

*U.N. chief says no action on U.N. Iran sanctions due to ‘uncertainty’

*China’s economy remains resilient despite external risks – Xi

*WeChat: Judge blocks US attempts to ban downloads of Chinese app

*Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Trump wants replacement ‘without delay’

*FinCEN Files: HSBC moved Ponzi scheme millions despite warning

*Thailand protests: Thousands join huge rally demanding reforms

*Belarus protests: Opposition icon, 73, among hundreds detained in Minsk

*Rochester shooting: Two dead after mass shooting in New York

*Relatives of 12 Hong Kong people arrested by China demand access for own lawyers

*Woman falls from car while filming Snapchat video

*USDA plans additional $14bn for farmers reeling from pandemic

*PM considering new restrictions amid second coronavirus wave

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