Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 26th October 2020





*$150 coronavirus testing fee at KIA reasonable – Anyidoho

*NPP settles on brother of late Yapei-Kusawgu PC as new candidate

*Group wants Chairman Wontumi sanctioned over ‘unhealthy comments’ on Mahama’s daughter

*Election 2020: Sammi Awuku electrifies Karaga, canvases vote for Amin Anta & Akufo-Addo

*Chaos erupts in Jamestown as NDC, NPP peace walk turns violent

*Akufo-Addo, Bawumia, other dignitaries attend Rawlings’ mother’s funeral

*Rawlings’ son Kimathi appears at grandmother’s funeral to pay his last respect

*A brief life history of Rawlings’ late mother

*Gunshots fired as police reportedly arrest 11 NDC members at Asawase

*A Plus defends Akufo-Addo’s daughters over donations to their foundation

*John Mahama mourns with Rawlings at Dzelukope

*Asawase NDC supporters storm police station, chant for release of 10 colleagues

*Full list of award winners at 25th GJA awards

*How Rawlings’ children ‘queued up’ to bid their late grandma farewell

*Hero taxi driver who saved victims of church building collapse to get NADMO job

*Police officer killed at check point in Central Region

*Muntaka Mubarak engages police over arrest of 10 Asawase NDC members

*Akufo-Addo has already corrected his mistakes – Kingsley Nyarko tells Mahama

*NPP launches ‘Adopt a Polling Station’ campaign

*’I chose Naana because I believe women are equal to men’ – Mahama

*Chiefs will be paid for their contributions – Asiedu Walker

*Sanitation Ministry embarks on massive evacuation of dumpsites across the country

*Chief Justice gives media ‘classic’ lessons with coronavirus protocols

*Clueless NPP wasted 4 years snoring and doing nothing – Ofosu Ampofo

*Mahama warns of an uprising over growing youth unemployment

*Fake National Security operative arrested with guns, 47 BB cartridges at Kibi

*Ghana is now the envy of many West African nations – Godfred Dame

*I’ll lobby for police posts to curb crime in Anyaa Sowutuom – NDC’s Allotey

*NDC’s promises not measurable and attainable – Nii Ayikoi Otoo

*Fact check: NAPO lied about NPP promise of building 350 SHS

*Coronavirus: Ghana records two more deaths, KIA positive cases reach 100

*It is dangerous to have leaderless protests – Kweku Baako tells EndSARS protestors

*Rawlings describes his mother as a ‘strict and uncompromising disciplinarian’

*How a woman was rescued from the collapsed church building at Akyem-Batabi

*Samson Anyenini wins 25th GJA Journalist of the Year award

*Sustainable Development Goals ‘unlikely’ to be met by 2030

*Prof. Opoku-Agyemang reiterates need for women to be empowered

*Case Tracking System launched to compliment effective justice delivery

*Ghana renews call for reform of UN Security Council

*50-year-old dumpsite evacuated in Cape Coast

*CCTU inaugurates Cyber Security and Forensics Laboratories

*Tafohene hails MCE for impressive performance

*Kwesi Pratt decries biased appointment of security heads by government

*Election 2020: Resorting to ‘self-defence’ at polling stations ill-advised – Ursula Owusu

*Ken Agyapong urges Fomena MP to reconsider decision to go independent

*Minority to introduce bill to set up Presidential Commission on debate

*Work hard to revive CPP – Otumfuo urges leadership ©


*Asamoah Gyan hits jackpot, set to earn $1 million at Legon Cities

*Ex-Asante Kotoko striker Stephen Owusu dies, aged 37

*Watch how Partey serenaded Arsenal teammates with Twi song during his initiation

*Andre Ayew features as Swansea draw against Bristol City

*Albania Prime Minister clashes with President over passport for Ghana’s Winful Cobbinah

*Lee Addy eulogizes Abedi Pele for teaching him everything football

*‘Vieira-esque Partey much more than a holding midfielder’ – Arsenal’s £45m star impresses Smith

*Legon Cities gazump giants Kotoko for Matthew Cudjoe

*Ghana star Samuel Owusu joins Saudi side Al-Ahli Jeddah on bumper deal

*NSA chairman charges Kotoko management to be transparent in their dealings

*I’m happy to join this great club – Fabio Gama on joining Kotoko ©


*Experts think Africa’s ‘debt problem’ with China is overrated

*Eastern Regional FDA office to intensify public education ahead of Christmas

*Stakeholders express need for increase in tax on tobacco and alcohol

*West Africa hard pressed to expand cocoa market share

*’Be careful’ – IMF warns Ghana, other Sub-Saharan African countries over debts

*Ghana attracts US$785.62m in FDI commitments in 1st half of 2020

*Minister launches Digitial Solutions for revenue mobilisation for MMDAs

*September producer inflation increases to 9.6 percent

*Govt rolls out US$25 million project to promote energy efficient cooling system

*Ghana’s cocoa management goes digital

*Coronavirus: Trade bounces back marginally in Q3 of 2020 – UNCTAD ©


*How Konadu Agyeman Rawlings ‘killed’ the ‘kete’ dance at her in-law’s funeral

*Exclusive photos from comic actor Clemento Suarez’s wedding

*’Not easy being daughter of two celebrities’ – Sefa Kayi and Irene Opare’s daughter speaks

*How Elsie Duncan-Williams’ voice melted everyone’s heart at Rawlings’ mother’s funeral

*Yaw Sarpong cries for help after accident

*Sista Debbie calls out Multimedia journalist for recording her without her approval

*Joyce Blessing’s husband clashes with her former manager over Jullie Jay-Kanz brouhaha

*iOna releases visuals for new song titled ‘Obra’

*Is there no elderly person to settle feud between Joyce Blessing and Jullie Jay-Kanz? – Kwasi Ernest

*Hammer commends Trigmatic on new business venture

*Invest more in music industry – Shatta Wale pleads ©


*This Black woman and her daughter topped the same exam 25 years apart

*Lagos says residents can now write petition against SARS, get compensation

*Guinea president re-elected in vote dismissed by opposition

*Lekki Shooting: ‘My life was being threatened’ – DJ Switch recounts horrific experience

*At least six children killed in Cameroon school gun attack

*The average Senator in Nigeria makes almost $500K a year, more than the U.S. president

*How Rihanna, the world’s black richest female musician, built a $600 million net worth

*Barbados finally sets date to remove 200-year old statue of British slavery sympathizer

*Opposition candidate wins Seychelles presidential election

*‘Ignition of new war:’ Sudan political parties reject Israel deal

*UN, ECOWAS delegations expected as Guinea battles post-election unrest

*End SARS: Lagos to prosecute 229 suspects for hijacking protest

*UN, ECOWAS delegations expected as Guinea battles post-election unrest ©


*’Boycott French products’ launched over Macron’s Islam comments

*More U.S. companies offer earnings guidance despite pandemic

*Cenovus Energy to buy Husky Energy for C$24 billion

*China’s purchases of U.S. farm goods at 71% of target under trade deal: U.S.

*Coronavirus: Europe reimposes restrictions

*Deal to normalise ties with Israel stirs opposition in Sudan

*Ant may raise up to US$17 billion in Shanghai IPO leg as investors submit bids

*U.S. judge denies new government bid to remove China’s WeChat from U.S. app stores

*Google must respond to U.S. antitrust lawsuit by December 19

*Daimler lifts profit forecast as China snaps up luxury cars

*Fire damages German infectious disease institute

*Black Lives Matter: New hidden slave trade sites in Wales revealed

*Thailand: Protesters keep up pressure ahead of parliamentary debate

*France condemns ‘unacceptable’ comments from Turkey’s Erdogan and recalls ambassador ©



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