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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Saturday 17th October 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Kennedy Agyapong reveals why Fomena MP is going independent

*JB killer case: I can’t give you audience – Court tells Sexy Don Don

*Murdered MP: Second wife took marriage certificate to one-week memorial service

*Election Desk: Campaigning amidst coronavirus, why politicians discontinue projects – Gyampo reveals

*It is sheer ignorance and mischief – Prof Oduro rips Captain Smart apart over Naana Opoku-Agyemang

*Prof Jane Naana confirms Captain Smart’s claims on contract extension at UCC, others

*Another Prof. Benneh ‘killer’ grabbed

*Murder of Mantseman MP: Police arrest five

*SC’s speedy delivery of judgment on Kennedy Agyapong’s case commendable – Kwaku Azar

*Isaac Adongo caught in a web of lies – Rex Asanga

*Desperate NPP presidential aspirants want to destroy me – Kennedy Agyapong cries

*I have sent over 1,000 people from my constituency to security agencies, govt companies – Kennedy Agyapong

*Resignation of late Mfantseman MP’s wife from Police Service not unconstitutional – Yaw Oppong

*University of Ghana announces vacancy for Vice-Chancellor, Registrar and nine other top positions

*Dr UN arrested

*MPs must have police escorts, they’re national assets – Sam Pyne

*How many more deaths before critics accept MPs need police guards? – Majority Leader

*John Dumelo set to launch campaign on November 18

*Pension scheme for fisher folks – Mahama trumpets

*Review small and light weapons act – Bureau of Public Safety

*Church clerk granted bail for stealing

*We gave a year’s notice before stopping teacher trainee allowance – Opoku-Agyemang

*Give special stimulus package to rural women – GhaFFaP

*Election 2020: I don’t hate Jean Mensa; I want her to do the right thing – Mahama

*Sissala West District gets fire station

*Directors must take health of workers seriously – IoD-Gh

*Businesses must reinvent amid coronavirus with technology – Mensah-Poku

*Coronavirus: NGO trains health workers on the virus

*GES commemorates Global Handwashing Day

*Learn from Kufour, Rawlings – Mahama told

*IGRED’s Pink October breast cancer awareness event

*The 2020 manifestos – Foreign policy positions

*Key campaign team member of NDC’s Vincent Oppong Asamoah defects to NPP

*Urgent need to strengthen food systems as COVID-19 drives up numbers of hungry people worldwide

*People’s Mother set for a reverting conversation on women empowerment

*Volta NDC congratulates new leaders of VR House of Chiefs

*ARAP national stakeholder institutions receive electronic and multimedia equipment

*Bawumia enstooled ‘Nkosuohene Nana Oseadeeyo’ of Effiduase

*Lashibi bank robbery: Police retrieves weapons, AK47 ammunition

*Nitiwul threatens to sue lady claiming he’s extorting GH¢100 from NaBCo beneficiaries

*RE: Judge in Kennedy Agyapong’s contempt case transferred outside Accra

*Food for All Africa fetes the vulnerable at Kanda

*VocalEssence Chorale launches ‘We Are All Involved’ campaign

*Ghana has no Cholera case in 3 years – Sanitation Minister

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*Five times Asamoah Gyan has trended for the wrong reasons

*Partey hard: Donae’o releases track for Thomas Partey

*Michael Essien is my hero – Thomas Partey

*Football fans in Kumasi mourn Yakubu Moro

*Listen to the distasteful words Asamoah Gyan rained on tennis player

*Alleged assault case involving Gyan brothers has not reached us – Accra Police

*’I could only eat rice and chicken’- Michael Essien opens up on settling down in France

*Today In Sports History: Ghana beat Brazil with 10-men to win FIFA-U20 World Cup

*Medeama signs midfield maestro Kwadwo Asamoah on a two-year deal

*Playing for Kotoko will be the biggest day of my life – Frimpong

*Late Kwasi Owusu to be laid to rest on November 7

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*BizTech: Life could become unbearable if widening fiscal deficit persists – Dr Mensah

*Coronavirus: Fiscal policy for an unprecedented crisis

*John Dumelo starts mushroom farming in Ayawaso West

*Ghana has the 6th lowest data cost in Africa – Report

*GCAA strike: Domestic airlines lost GH¢330,000 on Wednesday

*Let’s ‘name and shame’ mobile money fraudsters in the media – Telcos told

*Tema-Akosombo railway project will boost transit trade – GSA

*Fitch Ratings affirms Ghana at ‘B’

*AfCTA budget approved, secretariat to advertise vacant positions

*Public sector workers urged to use Smart Workplace

*Passenger services on Takoradi-Sekondi rail line resume October 19

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*It was a prank, popular actor Swallow never got missing – Scribe Productions

*’I nearly went mad after smoking marijuana’ – Bishop Salifu

*Sarkodie, Fameye and Diana Hamilton win big at Ghana Music Awards-USA

*Not everyone in your life wishes you well – Moesha Boduong

*I’m cool with Mzbel but she is not my friend – McBrown

*We didn’t build our movie industry on govt so why now – Majid Michel on calls for support

*Bloggers’ Forum: Sarkodie under attack over SARS tweet

*MzVee and Mishasha release hot reggae tune ‘1 by 1’

*I’ll gladly accept if my constituents want me to be their MP – Nhyiraba Kojo

*Put your songs on streaming platforms to make cash – Wutah Kobby to colleagues

*Asaase Abban out with new song ‘Mejo’

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*Zanzibar presidential candidate barred from campaigning

*Policemen arrested for attacking Nigeria protesters

*WHO names team to probe DR Congo sex abuse claims

*EndSARS: Govt must be held responsible for the death of protesters – Yoruba Community Ghana

*Africa ‘can’t afford’ a second coronavirus wave

*Court remands man for sexually assaulting his neighbour’s 12-year-old daughter

*How we moved Ogun Property Investment Corporation from near-moribund to N60bn company – Ex MD

*RMD, Desmond Elliot, Patoranking bag HAPAwards 2020 nominations

*MC Oluomo denies sending thugs to attack #EndSARS Protesters in Lagos

*Angolan President reaffirms fight against corruption

*Covid-19: Angola to receive new tests

*Monarch calls on Bayelsa govt to provide relief for communities

*Springboks to miss Rugby Championship in Australia

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*British Airways hit with UK data watchdog’s biggest-ever fine

*Gold faces first weekly decline as stimulus hopes fade

*Project Big Picture: Premier League managers react after proposals rejected

*EU can impose around US$4 billion in tariffs on US goods – WTO

*SAGE said 59,000 people could die with Covid-19 over summer in ‘reasonable worst-case scenario’

*Crew member on Joe Biden’s plane tests positive for Covid-19

*Google launches new features to help locate nearest voting locations

*Queen Elizabeth has her first royal engagement in months — but doesn’t wear a mask

*Indian man rescued from a freezer dies

*Hong Kong and Singapore to set up a ‘travel bubble’ as Covid cases fall

*France to impose night-time curfew to battle second wave

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