Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday 20th October 2020

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TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – TUESDAY, 20TH OCTOBER, 2020…

BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


>>>GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES…

*Ken Agyapong’s case: Justice Wuni made it ‘personal’ and committed ‘deliberate errors’ – Lawyer

*’My son might have been killed’ – Womba’s mother grieves his death in police custody

*Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu cannot be unseated – Minority Leader

*Mfantseman MPs murder: Another suspect arrested in Kumasi

*Odike, Kofi Gane, Kofi Koranteng and 2 others disqualified from contesting election 2020

*CID to investigate five disqualified aspirants

*Akua Donkor, Konadu Rawlings, Dzogbenuku cleared to contest 2020 election

*Kennedy Agyapong was my small boy – Kwame Owusu

*Okyenhene denounces allegations that JB Danquah Memorial Centre is solely financed by govt

*News anchor of renowned media house dies

*Soldiers smuggle weapons into Ghana from UN peacekeeping

*Key suspect in murder of Prof Benneh dies at Police Hospital

*Lady receives severe beating for asking boyfriend to marry her

*Even if you swim in the Ayawaso flood you won’t win – John Dumelo shades Lydia Alhassan

*Kwame Owusu explains why he rejected GRA Board Chair appointment

*NPP reinstates suspended aspirant, makes him a member of the campaign team

*Corrupt public officers could face 25-years in jail under new law

*NPP will lose the Navrongo Central seat – Ben Ephson

*Ophelia Hayford now Mfantseman Parliamentary candidate

*NPP capable of winning presidential election in Central Region – Research

*’There won’t be flawed elections’ – EC fires back at Mahama

*EC to refund GH¢100,000 filing fees to disqualified presidential aspirants

*Akufo-Addo is now the sod-cutting general – Mahama

*Election 2020: 12 out of 17 presidential aspirants cleared to contest

*Advice your children to desist from violence ahead of 2020 elections – MP

*‘Who will pay private school teachers if you include private schools in Free SHS?’ – Mahama asked

*Election 2020: ‘Desist from hurling insults when campaigning’ – Otumfuo to political candidates

*CODEO to deploy 2,300 observers for Dec. 7 polls

*December polls will be policed ‘competently’ – IGP assures

*Automatic promotion policy has serious consequences for basic level students – IFEST

*Akufo-Addo didn’t finance JB Danquah memorial center – Okyenhene

*U.S Poultry, egg promotion council

*Trust Mahama to deliver, vote for him – Omane Boamah

*Akufo-Addo stopped you so his men can take over – Mahama to galamseyers

*We’re ready for ‘noise’ making NLC – UCC senior staff

*We need to step up our game – IGP tells Senior Police Officers

*Mahama vows to retrieve confiscated excavators allegedly handed to NPP supporters

*Blame IGP if 2020 polls turns violent – Care Ghana

*NPP did not undertake a single project at Ngleshie-Amanfrom – Eric Sosu

*I’ll upgrade Ajumako UEW campus to a fully-fledged university – Mahama

*Journalist arrested for unlawful possession of narcotics

*Over 200 lives lost to road accidents in three regions from January to September – NRSA

*Suspect in Mafi-Agoe murder case remanded into prison custody

*Moshie Community in Western Region installs chief

*Prof. Francis Nunoo enjoins fishermen to avoid destructive fishing practices

*Ghana not likely to have second wave of coronavirus – Virologist

*Hohoe residents benefit from health screening

*Sege NDC launches 2020 election campaign

*Petroleum Tanker Drivers Union gives Akufo-Addo 48hrs ultimatum to sack Hassan Tampuli

*Stephen Ntim mourns Mfansteman MP and Yapei Kusawgu PC

*Senior staff of KNUST join strike over market premium, tier-two pension arrears

*Akufo-Addo’s US$1m per constituency is complete ‘sakawa’ – Mahama jabs

*Election 2020: We’ll deal ruthlessly with troublemakers – DCOP Gariba

*Coronavirus: We’re not in the stage to record second wave – Dr Nsiah-Asare assures

*Ghanaian Times: Face security challenges head on!

*UN lauds Ghana for progress made on SDGs

*Education should not be compromised – Kufuor

*Prototypes of remarkable medical solutions rotting away in my office – Dr Kaufmann

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>>>SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES…

*Arsenal boss reveals why Partey did not start against Manchester City

*‘Arrogant’ Gyan rather apologised to his fans – Godwin Martey

*AshantiGold SC head coach Roberto Landi goes missing over unpaid entitlements

*Black Stars is not a priority at the moment – Agyemang-Badu

*Abedi Pele to represent as special guest at Olympics, Hearts old stars peace match

*Thomas Partey reveals why he kept his move to Europe secret

*I have unfinished business with Asante Kotoko – Agyemang-Badu

*Ajax star Kudus Mohammed entices UEFA with his display against Heerenveen

*Agyemang Badu optimistic CK Akonnor will end Ghana’s Africa Cup of Nations drought

*Partey ‘looked good’ on his debut against Man City – Arsenal coach Arteta

*Asante Kotoko should be patient with Nana Yaw Amponsah – Asamoah Gyan

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>>>BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES…

*African countries to pay less in customs duties from 2021 – AfCFTA Secretary-General

*Google now has a new humming feature for phones

*’Ghana can’t produce crude oil and not have a refinery’ – Energy Expert

*Agbodza offers to pay for publication of cocoa roads audit report

*Ghana’s economy recovering from coronavirus than anticipated – Akufo-Addo

*It’s impossible to eradicate poverty – Economist

*Lift ban on importation of used fridges or we demonstrate – GAISUR

*National Cyber Security Centre develops CII to ensure cyber-resilience

*Some MFIs, RCBs defaulting on credit reporting

*GSS, UNDP engage journalists on data reporting

*Rural banks charged to reposition amid Coronavirus

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>>>ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES…

*Shatta Wale’s ‘I want to marry you’ statement to me was skewed – Haillie Sumney

*Fella Makafui and Medikal steal the show at Shatta Wale’s birthday bash with dance moves

*Why take food out of our mouths? – Mimi fumes over Gaming Commission betting guidelines

*I don’t go where I’m not invited – Michy on why she was absent at Shatta Wale’s party

*Naa Ashorkor tests positive for coronavirus

*I’m no longer going to talk about Ghana – Vim Lady reveals

*I will not reply Pamela Odame, it is not my intention to beef her – Nana Tonardo

*Touch these parts of your woman’s breasts and she’ll go crazy

*The police force never took responsibility for the pain they caused me – Stonebwoy

*Emelia Brobbey shares story of how she switched from an Agric teacher to an actress

*Without free SHS, all students in school now would’ve become armed robbers – Diana Asamoah

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>>>AFRICA NEWS HEADLINES…

*Here are the richest self-made Black women in America

*A former Eritrean refugee has just become the first African MP in New Zealand

*Plan to withdraw US soldiers sparks anxiety in Somalia

*Edo boils, as hoodlums set Police station ablaze

*Vote counting under way in Guinea’s Presidential election

*SA health minister and his wife test positive for coronavirus

*Côte d’Ivoire: Election tensions erupt in fatal ethnic clashes

*Nigerians remember those lost to police brutality in #EndSARS vigil

*The story of how a German scientist used African colonies as a laboratory

*Guinean PM urges candidates to avoid premature victory proclamations

*#ENDSARS: Every right-thinking Nigerian should endorse this movement — Catholic bishop

*Mauritania: Critic of former president returns from exile

*Uganda’s empowering all-female Diva Taxi service takes on pandemic

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>>>WORLD NEWS HEADLINES…

*Bolivia election: Evo Morales’s ally Luis Arce set for win

*Vietnam: Devastating landslides hit army camp

*Pakistan reverses TikTok ban after 10 days

*Belgium surge likened to tsunami

*Taiwan official allegedly injured after altercation with Chinese diplomats in Fiji

*Thailand’s government vows to protect the monarchy after weekend of unrest

*Bolivian election exit polls show socialist candidate ahead

*France teacher attack: Rallies held to honour beheaded Samuel Paty

*France: Police operations underway after teacher’s beheading

*OECD: Coronavirus disproportionately affects migrants

*Brexit: New government publicity campaign says ‘time is running out’ for firms to prepare for no deal

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GOOD MORNING & BE SAFE!!!


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