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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday, 14th April, 2020

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday, 14th April, 2020


BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Data is one of the most important weapons for fighting coronavirus – Bawumia

*Chinese authorities will disturb you no more – Govt assures Ghanaians in Guangdong

*Western Region first coronavirus case traced to Chinese

*Two Nigeriens detained for flouting lockdown rules in Accra test positive for coronavirus

*Meet Ghanaian scientist Professor Awandare helping us understand the coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Police arrests bride, groom at wedding ceremony

*Six foreign nationals who tested positive for coronavirus in the Volta region to be repatriated

*Ministry of Communication launches COVID-19 Tracker App

*Inject some sense into the Chorkor folks before situation gets out of hand – Ghanaians tell Akufo-Addo

*Ghana among top 20 nations in the world in coronavirus testing per capita rankings

*Coronavirus: Why launch an app that can’t be used – Bright Simons wonders

*Bawumia launches GH COVID-19 Tracker App

*Coronavirus: Enforce total lockdown, stop ‘over pampering’ us – Gifty Anti to Akufo-Addo

*China holds discussions with African Ambassadors over eviction of African nationals

*GJA calls for punishment of soldiers involved in two assault cases

*Avenor residents elated with the free water service

*Muslims to begin fasting on April 23

*May God have mercy on us to overcome coronavirus – Mahama

*OB Amoah feeds 3000 people in Akuapem South

*Six foreigners among nine infected coronavirus in Volta

*Coronavirus: Beef up Volta Region surveillance – NDC

*Ensure social distancing in distributing relief packs – Govt

*Coronavirus: 2 arrested for organising a birthday party

*Coronavirus fight: John Boadu scores Akufo-Addo government 120 percent

*COAHP volunteers withdraw coronavirus services

*Family of dead coronavirus patient at Walewale agrees to self-quarantine

*Coronavirus: Don’t talk to the media – Ghana Health Service warns staff

*Coronavirus: Obuasi Municipal Security Committee enforces restrictions

*Don’t serve as agents of coronavirus – NCCE

*Coronavirus is not a death sentence – Ghana Medical Association

*Volta Regional Minister calls for calm amidst 9 cases of coronavirus

*Coronavirus would be defeated – Anglican Bishop assures Ghanaians

*Markets closed in two Tongu districts to contain coronavirus

*Anglican Church of Ghana donates GHC60,000 to the coronavirus fund

*Coronavirus: 37,954 people tested so far

*Data is a powerful weapon in our fight against coronavirus – Bawumia

*Lockdown: Ghana Marine Police extends surveillance to Chorkor beach

*1V1D bridge caves in for second time, cuts residents from farmlands

*Health Directorate in Eastern region warns heads not to speak to media on Coronavirus

*Kwahu Easter: Business owners cry over ‘dry season’ following coronavirus outbreak

*The Ghanaian doctor supporting the fight against coronavirus

*African evictions: We would not want to reciprocate, be warned – NPP Japan branch to China

*Western Regional Minister discloses identity of coronavirus patient in the region

*Africa Education Watch raises concern over use of schools for isolation centres

*Coronavirus: 58 ‘exposed’ Begoro Hospital staff, patients quarantined

*Coronavirus: Ghana’s communication strategy faulty from start – Manasseh

*Covid-19 Private Sector Fund supports National Treatment Centre with over 2,000 PPEs

*YAWC Network Ghana Chapter donates to squatters community at GIMPA Haatso stretch

*Ethical family values key for societal growth, protection against coronavirus – Osie Adza Tekpor

*EP Church donates items to two psychiatric hospitals

*Government’s approach to feeding the vulnerable recipe for disaster – ChaLoG

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*How a car accident ruined former Asante Kotoko skipper’s Black Stars dreams

*We will pay the US$ 240,000 FIFA fine before deadline – Asante Kotoko

*Asamoah, Agyemang-Badu and Duncan to be tested of COVID-19 in May before Serie A restarts

*Why African teenage superstars fail to reach their potential

*‘Nyaho Tamakloe and his cohorts will collapse Hearts, its about time they quit’ – Charles Taylor

*’I am on leave but not retired’ – Former Kotoko right back Michael Ofosu Appiah

*Kwasi Appiah reveals taking big Black Stars gambles

*‘Goal against Cameroon in 1993 AYC final, my best ever’ – Augustine Arhinful

*Full profile of Black Stars ‘B’ head coach Ibrahim Tanko

*CAF opens door for the Africa Cup Of Nations to return to summer

*Dong-Bortey advises Ghana prodigy Kudus on ‘how to get to the top’

*Ghana FA reaches amicable settlement with angry youth over coronavirus centre

*Mubarak Wakaso’s record in La Liga yet to be broken

*Former Schalke 04 assistant coach talks about KP Boateng’s ‘swagger” at the club

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*Coronavirus has not affected cargo vessel traffic into Ghana – Maritime Authority

*Pay us so we can help fight coronavirus – Contractors to Akufo-Addo

*Coronavirus: World’s deepest mines to take weeks to reopen after shutdown

*Fast-track implementation of cash waterfall mechanism – ACEP implores

*Coronavirus: Goldman Sachs still sees crude prices falling after OPEC+ deal

*Juapong Market closed down as coronavirus bites in neighbouring Eastern Region

*Electroland Ghana Limited donates foodstuffs to about 200 women

*First National Bank introduces #RealHelp to cushion customers impacted by coronavirus

*Oil prices slightly changed after historic Opec+ deal to cut production

*TECNO mobile welcomes Camon 15 in Ghana

*Resolute Mining helps to fund Africa’s coronavirus response

*Goldstreet Business Editorial: Key supply chains must be kept working

*OPEC, Russia approve biggest ever oil cut amid coronavirus pandemic

*OPEC, Russia meet again to approve biggest ever oil cut

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*Sonnie Badu tells Bill Gates’s wife to shut up!

*Coronavirus: Despite’s son, Kennedy Osei flaunts designer face mask

*Chorkor saga: The ‘brofosem’ is too much, speak their language to disseminate critical info – Lydia Forson

*Tourism Minister, Okraku Mantey contradict each other on ‘creative arts’ stimulus package

*GhOne TV porn: Are we complaining? – Viewers ‘descend’ on Nana Aba Anamoah after apology

*Ebony’s ghost is haunting me in my dreams – iOna confesses

*I don’t mind getting married to a Nigerian after Iyanya’s flop – Yvonne Nelson

*Shatta Wale’s only achievement is creating beefs in the music industry – Clemento Suarez

*I’ll be known for helping Ghanaians ‘see the light’ at 60 – Yvonne Nelson

*Watch how this soldier educated Ghanaians with rap music

*Kobina Ansah’s ‘Emergency Wedding’ postponed indefinitely

*Prince David Osei makes passionate appeal to President Akufo-Addo over China’s donation of PPE’s

*Sarkodie calls for ‘hard hip hop beats’

*Lockdown: Criss Waddle, Medikal to feed 500 people

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*It’s party after party as Kenyans trick the system

*Nigerians shake off coronavirus lockdown boredom with group exercise

*Global response to Coronavirus in Africa must protect lives, livelihoods, and freedoms

*China says willing to study African debt relief jointly with international community

*Lockdown continues as long as necessary – Buhari

*Coronavirus: Buhari meets VP, task force; Speaker warns Chinese envoy

*Nigeria coronavirus: Popular pastor backtracks on 5G, Lagos, Osun record crime

*It’s party after party as Kenyans trick the system

*Coronavirus Lockdown: Celebrities don’t owe you — Yul Edochie tell fans

*AU Chair appoints special envoys for Africa’s coronavirus fight

*Zimbabwean govt will not force employers to pay wages during lockdown – Minister

*Quarantined individuals must pay their hotel bills – Kenyan govt

*Rwanda deploys drones to raise coronavirus awareness in communities

*DRC’s embattled chief of staff denied provisional release

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*Bill Gates hopes to reach 7bln people with potential coronavirus vaccine

*Brent crude benchmark drops as demand worries outweigh output cut

*Police collect nearly 800 bodies from Ecuador’s virus epicentre

*Oil agreement could support stocks, providing a floor

*South Korea to ship coronavirus tests to US this week – Report

*China reports highest number of Covid-19 cases in weeks

*Beijing tightens grip over coronavirus research, amid US-China row on virus origin

*Coronavirus: Six people shot at California house party during lockdown

*’God is with us’: Many Muslims in Pakistan flout the coronavirus ban in mosques

*Coronavirus: Italy orders rescued migrants onto quarantine ship

*Erdogan rejects Turkish minister’s resignation over coronavirus lockdown panic

*Coronavirus: UK could be ‘worst affected’ country in Europe

*Harry Kane: Tottenham will not sell striker to domestic rival this summer

*Bernie Sanders endorses Joe Biden’s presidential campaign

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