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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Thursday, 3rd September, 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail. com)


*Elizabeth Ohene descends on ‘all-knowing’ CSOs

*Minority Leader exposes Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu in Agyapa deal

*No coronavirus tests for some KIA arrivals on reopening day

*’Notorious’ Dome Faase imposter has refused to honour Okyehene’s invitations

*2020 election is between an armed robber and a thief – Steve Manteaw

*NAM 1 of defunct Menzgold wins big award

*Agyapa deal: Franklin Cudjoe refuses to be silenced, mocks ‘sophisticated’ fallacies

*Agyapa Royalties deal: It’s not a scam, stop the ‘ugly’ noises! – Kweku Baako

*Nii Lante Vanderpuye should have been slapped 15 times – NPP Chairman

*Nungua youth appeals to President over demolishing of the houses by Game & Wildlife Division

*Ex-Venture Capital CEO, others begin refunding money to state

*2020 Elections: Akufo-Addo will get votes more than he did in 2016 – Kennedy Agyapong

*Amedzofe Chiefs have promised Akufo-Addo 75% votes – Pius Hadzide

*Ghana’s Consulate in New York ready to accept visa applications

*Madina MP calls for peaceful election

*GRCS presents PPE to CHPS Compounds in Central Region

*First Lady’s Infanta Malaria Foundation builds Kwame Anum Health Centre

*Exchanges over GNPC’s social responsibility ends PAC’s hearings abruptly

*UPSA graduates maiden batch of law students

*Venture Capital recovers monies wrongfully paid to directors, property owners

*PEYORG engages stakeholders on women voices and leadership project

*CSOs launch Manifesto to develop health sector

*Obokese University of Excellence holds maiden Chieftaincy development Seminar

*Sangbana residents express worry over erratic power supply

*NCCE engages journalists on anti-corruption in Tamale

*Food supplies to SHSs to be weighed to ensure equity

*Prof Opoku-Agyemang calls for peace in December polls

*Ericsson Innovation Awards 2020 launched

*Dr Felix Anyah Picks Humanities Award With Kufour And Asantehene

*Testing regime for passengers at KIA reliable – FDA

*Help us complete our clinic – Community appeals to gov’t

*Chief praises NCCE for empowering communities

*Media urged to support driver education on car snatching

*Builsa South GES receives furniture

*WASSCE ends on September 5

*NABCO personnel help increase revenue collection at Bongo

*Kwabre East to get 13 projects under One Million dollar programme

*Ghana National Household collects data on 80,000 vulnerable and poor in Accra

*Agyapa: Ofori-Atta agrees to consult CSOs further after Wednesday meeting

*Boy joins appeal for fund to bail out ailing father

*Coronavirus: Reduce exorbitant $150 testing fees – BPS to govt

*2,980k pupils in 8,683 public basic schools enjoying school feeding – Morrison

*10,953 youth employed under 1D1F – Nana B claims

*NPP fond of ‘stealing’ our ideologies – Inusah Fuseini

*I’ll turn Wa Airport into a major air travel destination – Mahama

*NDC will promote disability-friendly policies – Mahama

*Gov’t will enact a law to protect alleged witches – Minister

*Residents of Teyoko appeal for potable water

*Kasoa Okada riders want trade legalised, give political parties one week to respond

*It’s not about the money, it’s about the children – Private Schools to govt

*2020 Elections: NDC will ‘fall flat’ in Volta Region – Pius Hadzide

*President commissions Amedzofe Water Supply System

*Jirapa Municipal NCCE engages Yibile community on social auditing

*A good leader is seen in times of crises – Kwamena Duncan hails Akufo-Addo

*Disregard social media accounts in my name – Cynthia Morrison cautions general public

*Approximately 80,000 ‘poor, vulnerable’ persons living in Greater Accra – Household Registry

*Misiga residents accessing health services in a kiosk

*Bolgatanga East NPP Executives and DCE settle differences

*Mandatory $150 coronavirus test fee violation of International health regulations – BPS

*GRIDCo explains intermittent outages

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*Kurt Okraku stays on, as Palmer loses case against GFA

*Naa Odofoley Nortey: The lawyer who masterminded GFA’s victory over Palmer

*A Kotoko fan brought his son to be sacrificed for us to win games – Rev. Osei Kofi reveals

*Full statement: CAS ruling on Palmer versus Ghana Football Association

*Normalization Committee ‘completely vindicated’ by CAS ruling – Dr Kofi Amoah

*I stayed in Bayern because of Hansi Flick – Jerome Boateng

*We make the best wives – Black Queens player to Ghanaian men

*Palmer’s inconsistency exposed by Naa Odofoley, CAS

*He will have to fight for his place if he stays – Medeama coach on Justice Blay

*I enjoy playing football now – Jerome Boateng

*Social media users react to Osei Palmer’s defeat at CAS

*Teenage twins Enock and Ebenezer Agyei sign three-year contracts with Anderlecht

*Let us save for the future – Kotoko CEO tells GFA

*Samuel Inkoom backs Ghana goalkeeper Richard Ofori to shine at any club in South Africa

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*KIA reopening: List of airlines expected to resume flight operations in Ghana

*Venture Capital case: 3 refund GH¢1.8 million out of GH¢17.7 million

*End of year inflation target likely to be missed – Economist predicts

*Ethiopian Airlines resumes flight to Accra

*State-owned enterprises to enlist on Ghana Stock Exchange – SIGA Boss

*1D1F: Tuobodom gets Poultry feed processing factory

*BizTech: Meet the banker who swapped his high paying job for bamboo crafting

*ICUMS: Importers cry on Osafo Maafo over delays

*Ghana to stop importing rice by 2022-2023 crop season – Deputy Agric Minister

*Poor management cause of NIB woes – former MD

*Top businesses nominated for 2020 Ghana Business Standard Awards

*Anglogold Ashanti Iduapriem embarks on $400,000 aquaculture project to address unemployment

*Agyapa deal best bet to leverage Ghana’s finances for dev’t – Okyem Aboagye

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*Speaker’s nephew Hammer passionately urges NPP, NDC to initiate national agenda that permits continuity

*Lydia Forson reveals identity of man threatening her life over a post

*Ex-husband and former publicist sabotaging me with my old accounts – Joyce Blessings cries

*Charterhouse releases graphical results of 2020 VGMAs

*Music legend Kojo Antwi takes loyal fan to the altar

*Kennedy Agyapong narrates how he nearly died from broken heart

*Rocky Dawuni congratulates Ras Kuuku and J. Derobie on their VGMA 2020 wins

*I haven’t been served so ‘Papa no’ video will be released – Sidney on court injunction

*You need to protect Bisa Kdei, he is a national treasure – Adekunle Gold to Ghanaians

*Why I stopped working with Sonnie Badu – Female gospel musician tells story

*40 and fabulous: Joselyn Dumas glows in after birthday photos

*Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2020; who makes it to the grand finale

*VGMAs: ‘The best people don’t always win awards’ – Eno Barony

*’Dave Joy is sabotaging me, blocking all my online accesses’ – Joyce Blessing cries out

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*Rwandan tea price beats Kenyan at Mombasa auction on quality

*Dubai Chamber of Commerce records 20% increase in value of exports to Africa

*Akon’s $6 billion futuristic pan-African city in Senegal to begin next year

*’Baby boom’ for gorilla family in Uganda

*Former Guinean musician plans to run for president

*‘Why I cancelled my wedding at the eleventh hour’- Rita Dominic finally opens up

*US sanctions Gambia’s ICC prosecutor Bensouda

*Ethiopia plans massive free bread hand-out

*SA COVID-19 funds audit ‘frightening’

*Tanzania steps up repression ahead of polls – HRW

*Sudan discusses peace plan implementation with rebels

*Nigeria says can tap mineral wealth despite coronavirus unrest

*Kenya Airways gives ticket offer to health workers

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*Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee indicted over controversial merger in South Korea

*TikTok owner to ‘strictly’ obey China’s tech takeover law

*SpaceX launches the first south-bound rocket from Florida in decades

*Indian resort turns luxury swimming pool into fish pond to weather pandemic

*Kenosha protesters defy another curfew in third night of protests after Jacob Blake’s shooting

*University launches investigation after a Black professor was asked by campus security to prove she lived in her own house

*Afghan negotiators set to fly to Doha as prisoner release resumes

*Russia asks Germany for copious details of poison tests on Navalny

*Steroids cut death rates among critically ill Covid-19 patients, major study finds

*Coronavirus: Cheap hydrocortisone drug reduces deaths in sickest patients, research finds

*Whoopi Goldberg wants Disney to build a Wakanda theme park in honor of Chadwick Boseman

*Tyler Perry officially declared a billionaire

*US will not take part in global vaccine search

*Michelle Obama tells of how white people ‘didn’t even see’ her despite being first lady

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