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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday, 23rd June, 2020



BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Former BOST MD, George Mensah Okley, passes on

*I spent over GH¢1m on Anyaa Sowutuom race, gave each delegate GH¢700 on D-Day – Dr Kissi

*Akufo-Addo was misled about coronavirus deaths before ‘further easing restrictions’ – Occupy Ghana

*Ghanaians don’t appreciate my father – Daughter of Late Prez Hilla Limann

*I’d rather spend my money on prostitutes than pay your tuition fee – Kennedy Agyapong replies daughter

*Parliament pays me GH¢11k but I give GH¢40k as ‘chop money’ to my 2 wives – Ken Agyapong

*Delegates voted against you because you don’t pick calls – Kennedy Agyapong to defeated MPs

*It will be unfair, disrespectful for me to comment on current process at EC – Charlotte Osei

*Land disputes: We’re coming after you – Osu Wor-Lumor tells Presbyterian Church

*Osu Chief and elders hold crunch meeting on demolition

*We are deeply sorry – Minister on demolition of Nigerian High Commission property

*Close to 100 NPP MPs would have lost primaries if they had not been protected – A Plus

*Bawumia is NPP’s ‘maradona’ & ‘chief schemer’ – Fifi Kwetey

*Parents urged to support adolescents develop interest in personal hygiene

*Election 2020: Kwadjo Asante vows to expand NPP’s votes in Suhum

*Kpando-Torkor not observing safety protocols – NCCE

*You smoke weed but street boys go to jail for it – A Plus drags politicians

*Brother of late Kwadaso SDA Hospital doctor also dies of coronavirus

*NPP elects 22 females to contest 2020 parliamentary elections

*Prioritize WASH in mid-year budget allocations – CSOs to government

*Cleaner discharged after complainant abandon court

*Majority of final year students report to school

*Daily Guide: Signing, grumbling and mumbling

*GJA calls on Journalists to adhere to coronavirus safety protocols

*Savanna Regional Minister appeals for intensified education on coronavirus

*Chieftaincy title conferred on Lands Minister

*Schools in Kumasi receive protective items

*Ultra-modern Business Advisory Centre inaugurated at West Gonja

*Ghanaians urged not to allow coronavirus overshadow their activities

*We promise you swift investigations – Ghana’s Foreign Minister assures Nigeria

*STMA Metro Education office receives PPE

*St Thomas Aquinas enforces COVID-19 safety protocols

*NCCE educates teacher credit unions on COVID-19 Prevention

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*Stephen Oduro reveals why GFA imposed a year ban on him

*1992 captaincy row: Otto Pfister ‘exposes’ Tony Yeboah

*Andre Ayew makes Championship team of the week

*Government must take care of the cost of testing players for coronavirus – Takyi Arhin

*Sulley Muntari rejects Kotoko for Hearts of Oak – Report

*’I will be the first Ghanaian to play for Manchester United’- Kotoko’s Agyeman Badu

*Africa’s inability to win World Cup is not due to player quality – Coach Otto Pfister

*Jordan Ayew sets sight on Liverpool after Bournemouth victory

*CAS puts Ghana FA in disarray, throws out objection over jurisdiction in Palmer case

*KP Boateng has removed his contract extension option- Besiktas President

*Coach Ken August reveals why Kwasi Appiah failed with the Black Stars

*Jordan Ayew elated to score for Crystal Palace against Bournemouth

*I go into matches thinking the Blacks Stars coach is there watching – Reuben Acquah

*Andre Ayew among players with most MoTM awards in the English Championship

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*www.onpointmall.com latest e-commerce platform hits town

*Court throws out BoG’s appeal in GN Savings case

*Receivers payment plan for depositors funds unfair – Terkper

*Mahama brought major telecom reforms – Ato Sarpong claims

*‘We can’t breathe’ – Nigerian retailers protest in Ghana

*Banking crisis: Mahama will pay customers’ deposit in full – Sammy Gyamfi

*Claims of data breaches completely false – NCA

*Digital financial services policy aims to power digitisation trend

*Coronvirus: Rural banks reacting to decline in economic activity

*African Development Bank gets S&P Global’s AAA rating, with stable outlook

*Coronavirus has increased cost of fish in Ghana – Fisheries Professor

*Telecom policies favouring foreign companies against locals – Ato Sarpong

*GRA endorses ICUMS for helping to meet revenue targets

*Banks call on government to help retrieve locked up funds

*GSE market capitalisation shrinks by 11.4%

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*Stonebwoy’s former bodyguard accused of attacking Kelvynboy in Ashiaman

*Mahama’s son ‘destroys’ John Dumelo in FIFA game

*High-class prostitutes fly to Dubai, Santorini on vacation – Bulldog

*‘Nana Konadu is a good cook’ – Rawlings eulogises wife

*Nigel Gaisie extorts money from innocent rich women – Kennedy Agyapong

*Adwoa Sarfo doesn’t take ‘chop money’ from me – Kennedy Agyapong

*Fans breakdown after video of Ebony shouting out her dad hit the net on Fathers Day

*Meet the fathers of your favourite Ghanaian celebrities

*#WhyIRemovedMyRing: It’s a ring I shouldn’t have worn

*Kelvyn Boy attacked by thugs in Ashaiman

*Stop talking down on sex workers; I’m into sex work – Wanlov

*’Sending you God’s love, grace through your tough time’ – Sammy Forson to Asem

*5 sentences you’ve probably heard after sex with your partner

*This nonsense must stop – Yaa Pono comments on Kelvynboy’s attack in Ashaiman

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*South Africa’s former president withdraws from racism talk

*Wives of assassinated Ethiopian generals call for justice

*Somalia silent on Trump saying there was ‘anarchy’ there

*Dangote cement sustains 54,000 jobs in four African countries

*Ghana probes demolition at Nigeria High Commission

*Ten killed in Nigeria’s Zamfara state

*’No govt, no nothing, just anarchy’ – Trump stings Somalia at rally

*Wives of assassinated Ethiopian generals call for justice

*Prof. Benedict Oramah re-appointed as Afreximbank president

*Congo’s gold being smuggled out by the tonne, UN report finds

*Inter Milan’s Lukaku equals two Eto’o records against Sampdoria

*Kenya’s president says talks on trade deal with U.S. delayed

*Coronavirus thrives in disunity – Dr Tedros

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*Justin Bieber denies 2014 sexual assault allegation

*Wirecard: Scandal-hit firm says missing €1.9bn may not exist

*UK debt now larger than size of whole economy

*Arsenal player tested positive for coronavirus before Man City game

*South Korea says Bolton’s memoir on Trump-Kim summit is distorted

*Donald Trump: Re-election campaign denies low turnout manipulation claim

*Reading stabbing attack suspect Khairi Saadallah known to MI5

*TikTok users, K-pop fans say they helped sabotage Trump rally with false registrations

*Grigor Dimitrov: Bulgarian tests positive for coronavirus after Adria Tour events

*Russia’s Putin says he may seek another term if constitutional changes passed

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