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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Saturday, 27th June, 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Go and register your name with old voters ID cards – Bernard Mornah to Ghanaians

*Stop fidgeting with civil war – Col. Festus Aboagye warns

*Supreme Court defeat an indication of NDC’s victory in 2020 election – Pelpuo

*Man escapes death after friend gave him soft drink mixed with pieces of glass

*Anas drops snippets of Coronavirus exposé, full video airs Monday

*Sammy Gyamfi, Spio-Garbrah, Adongo et al clash with security at Tema port

*GhanaWeb Polls: Over 90% so far say Mahama will win against Akufo-Addo in December

*Number of times hospitals have been accused of negligence, death of patients

*Kweku Baako wins defamatory case against Kennedy Agyapong

*Are you a god? – NPP communicator jabs ‘old man’ Prof. Adei

*EC vs NDC: Supreme Court ruling ambiguous – Kwesi Pratt

*Residents of Ketu South living in fear as armed men are deployed to largest constituency

*Flashback: Voters ID exclusion from Ghana card reg: Should presidency be challenged? – Anyidoho

*Two injured at Ofaakor Circuit court as land guards strike

*IGP confers with political party representatives on December elections

*NRSC engages stakeholders on Regulations, 2020

*Ridge Hospital investigates death of woman after husbands emotional Facebook post

*Akufo-Addo gov’t manipulating 2020 electoral process – Mahama

*Residents of Ketu South living in fear as armed men are deployed to largest constituency

*More NPP members in coronavirus danger after parliamentary primaries

*Ghanaians must change attitude to defeat coronavirus – NCCE

*University of Ghana old students support Bongo hospital

*EC announces special arrangement for pregnant women, aged, PWDs to register

*CSOs call for extension of NIA mop up exercise

*Coronavirus: All 35 confirmed cases in Upper West discharged – Health Director

*Ghana urges UN to speed-up work towards Security Council reforms

*Second cycle institutions in TNMA receive PPE

*Open the borders and allow Ghanaians to come home – Group

*MPs, all to join in fight as coronavirus cases increase

*Opuni trial: Court dismisses submission to stay proceedings

*Govt to inspect coronavirus protocols compliance at workplaces

*NADMO institutes pans to reduce impact of disasters

*Narcotic Control Commission destroys confiscated drugs

*Voters register: Soldiers deployed to Volta to intimidate residents – Minority

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*‘Passionate’ Muntari my best Ghanaian footballer of all-time – Linda Ansong

*Ex-GFA staff dead

*Nana Yaw Amponsah gets massive endorsement for Kotoko C.E.O job

*Does the just ended NPP primaries justify calls for football to return?

*My Black Stars teammate called me a monkey from Berekum – Paintsil reveals

*Kevin-Prince Boateng ‘breaks the internet’ by posting his wedding pictures

*FIFA celebrates Ghana’s Kevin-Prince Boateng

*10 accolades that epitomizes Mohammed Polo as a Ghanaian football icon

*Randy Abbey, Prosper Addo, others jubilate as Liverpool win EPL title

*Hearts of Oak signs agreement with K.A Estate Ltd for the commencement of Pobiman Project

*Ghana FA to receive $1.5M from FIFA COVID-19 relief fund

*My father stopped me from becoming a footballer – Ashgold C.E.O Emmanuel Frimpong

*Nketiah’s maturity and personality thrills Arsenal boss Arteta

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*GIPC boss gets another top appointment

*Coronavirus: I lose over $4 million monthly – McDan

*Paying attention to lessons from Coronavirus will make Africa self-reliant – Senyo Hosi

*WHO-led coalition needs US$31.3 billion to fight coronavirus

*GCB Bank freezes loan repayment for 2 months, cuts personal loan interest rate

*Ghana doubles its Gas production

*I don’t employ because of certificates – McDan

*Coronavirus: Companies with more than 29 staff must have standby nurse – Govt

*Coronavirus: BoG unable to support govt if pandemic prolongs – Governor

*I hope to grow 100 entrepreneurs within a decade – McDan

*Government, port stakeholders must address ICUM challenges – Spio-Garbrah

*Satellite TV gains popularity in Ghana and Nigeria

*We need right data to disburse stimulus package – NBSSI

*Post-coronavirus: Mining, oil & gas firms may face compliance issues – PwC partner

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*Multimedia Group treated me badly and sacked me – Mikki Osei Berko

*Here are 7 foods you need to eat for increased sexual stamina

*Fraudsters flaunt wealth so we don’t see them for the thieves they are – Lydia Forson

*I have 60 pairs of jeans, 39 suits, 350 pair of shoes and many more – Osebo brags

*Tracy Sarkcess angry at government for refusing to give her ‘fresh air’ in quarantine

*Nigerian returns 1.8 million cash he found in Indomie box

*How a friend who mocked my barreness lost 3 children – Woman narrates

*Woman gifted husband a branded coffin on Father’s Day

*Having social media followers doesn’t make you a celebrity – Mikky Osei Berko

*Yemi Alade stuck between Efya and Becca over her favourite Ghanaian singer

*Being born into a large family made me people centric – Alhassan Andani

*Seven Nigerian journalists die in 7 days

*Didn’t you see the earth tremors coming? – Yaa Pono asks Ghanaian prophets

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*Rwanda reinstates lockdown in parts of capital

*Electronic banking fraud in Nigeria: How it’s done and what can be done to stop it

*Ugandan authorities ‘apologise for shooting cleric’

*Ex-Governor dies from coronavirus as Nigeria’s deaths reach 549

*Nigeria: Woman divorce husband for feeding their children with alcohol

*Malawi leader refuses to concede defeat

*Man, 50, rapes 13-year-old daughter in Osun, Nigeria

*Nollywood looks for silver lining after pandemic

*The Africans who helped Liverpool win the Premier League title

*Kanayo O. Kanayo addresses rumours of being a ritualist

*Hundreds killed in Mali as security deteriorates – UN

*How Rwanda is spurring a generation of women in technology

*African countries efficiently tackling tax evasion and money laundering

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*Electric vehicle rally to maintain demand for battery metals despite coronavirus

*US Treasury sent $1.4bn of pandemic aid to dead people

*BET 2020 Awards: Show set to air June 28 on GOtv & DStv

*Coronavirus: New York imposes quarantine on eight US states

*US Treasury sent $1.4bn of pandemic aid to dead people

*Eiffel Tower reopening signals a return to normal life in Paris

*First coronavirus treatment endorsed by EU regulator

*Most Americans reject reparations, despite higher awareness of racial equality

*Most Americans reject reparations, despite higher awareness of racial equality

*WHO names 11 European countries with ‘accelerated transmission’

*Coronavirus: ‘Very significant’ resurgences in Europe alarm WHO

*J&J loses bid to overturn baby powder verdict, but damages cut to US$2.12 billion

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