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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday, 3rd March, 2020

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Tuesday, 3rd March, 2020


BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*I see fire outbreak at EC office – Owusu Bempah

*We’ll deal with recalcitrant drivers who kill officers – Police service

*COVID 19: I’m worried about my ‘big brother’ Nana Addo don’t ’embarrass’ him – DeSoso

*Airbus Scandal: We shall bring chaos if Mahama is invited to answer questions – Atubiga

*Jubilee House man uses soldiers to ‘kidnap’ British boy

*NPP MP exposes Ursula Owusu’s dishonesty

*Mahama engaging in a ‘Trumpian’ style of spreading falsehoods – Abronye DC

*Government to mine 12% of Atewa forest – Deputy Minister

*Coronavirus outbreak won’t affect roads construction – Minister

*Lulu-Briggs’ widow can’t stop probe into hubby’s death

*Akufo-Addo’s govt has little understanding of petroleum industry – Alex Mould

*NPP, NDC must demonstrate commitment to gender empowerment

*Mahama’s track record stinks like ‘borla’ – Chairman Wontumi

*Youth must stand for peace in election 2020 – UN Youth

*Food safety and noise pollution forum held at Madina

*Is Ghana ready to manage coronavirus? – OccupyGhana asks

*Prioritise ‘one million dollar per constituency’ – Bawumia

*1,302 SHS students in Tema complained of headaches in 2019

*Seize opportunity to realize your dream – Capt. Quainoo to youth

*December 7 date for Ghana’s election hasn’t changed – EC

*Court revokes painter’s bail in defilement case

*Ghana doesn’t pay $500m for excess capacity – Jinapor

*Political parties urged to draw their Manifestoes from state policies

*NPP holds successful vetting in Western North

*1,302 SHS students in Tema complained of headaches in 2019

*Sekyere South NCCE seeks stakeholder inputs on outreach programmes

*Political parties urged to draw their manifestos from state policies

*Sogakope youth block road, attack police station over murder of Assemblyman

*Sekyere South NCCE seeks stakeholder inputs on outreach programmes

*MP supports Katanga M/A school with desks

*Newmont Ghana refurbishes Akim Oda Library

*Corruption being accepted as a yardstick for success – Domelevo

*South Tongu Assembly puts GHC10,000 bounty on Assemblyman’s killers

*518 teenage pregnancies recorded in Wa West District

*Minimize restrictions on movements across borders – Chief

*Look beyond NDC/NPP – Dr Abu Sakara tells KNUST Students

*I’m ready to serve the people of Damongo – David Tiki Dange confirms

*Ghanaian Times: Coronavirus scares; Is it enough not to panic?

*Ghana Health Service allay fears of suspected coronavirus case in Ashanti Region

*Let’s resist attempt to ban accident cars importation – Kpando MP

*EC’s $108k website now under maintenance


*Eddie Nketiah buzzing after scoring for Arsenal against Portsmouth

*Jonathan Mensah proud to be named Columbus Crew captain

*Black Maidens arrive in Ghana after defeating Liberia

*GFA calls for proposals from reputable audit firms

*Meet the five local players expected to make Akonnor’s first Black Stars squad

*Kurt Okraku sends heartwarming message to George Afriyie after ‘enemy’ accusations

*Jordan Ayew salutes ‘assist provider’ Christian Benteke for Brighton winning goal

*Ghana’s Olympian Akwasi Frimpong makes history as first African to win Skeleton race

*’I’m relieved from pressure’ – Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu

*Hearts fans want team to move from the Accra Sports Stadium

*Which players would Akonnor begin his era with?

*Ebusua Dwarfs fans poured ‘urine’ on Victorien Adebayor

*Match officials for Division One League match-day 10

*FA boss gets Dreams FC on SSNIT Pension Scheme


*Food safety and noise pollution forum held at Madina

*Stakeholders dialogue on illegal fishing

*Performance agreements between improve output – Tangoba Abayage

*MTN Ghana to pay a dividend of 4 pesewas per share to shareholders

*Over GH¢700m paid, as receiver gives update on full and final payment – Receiver

*Aggrieved customers of collapsed FMCs threaten ‘mammoth’ demo

*All MPs must fight second-hand car ban – Kpando MP

*‘The tragedy of the commons’ – Franklin Cudjoe berates govt decision to replace UNIPASS with GCNET

*Coronavirus expected to hurt U.S. earnings harder and longer

*Continue prudent policies to keep cedi stable – SG Bank Deputy MD to Govt, BoG

*We are open for business with Ghana – Malta Chamber of Commerce

*Audit Report: Government spent US$18.4m on students, staff abroad

*GNPC buys SFO’s silence

*Fifteen industry players receive awards at tourism awards


*4 crazy, interesting scenes from Pent Hall Week’s ‘Artiste Night’

*You think you’re beautiful? – Medikal to Fella Makafui

*Has your beef been vetted and approved by the FDA? – Christiana Awuni to Lilwin, Funny Face

*Rev. Eddy Eyison cautions Ambolley

*Nana Aba Anamoah appointed acting General Manageress of Gh One TV

*DJ Switch performs at Apple event in America

*Sarkodie is stingy and arrogant- Sunsum

*The only asset ‘over-hyped’ Medikal can boast of is Fella Makafui – Nautyca

*I’m not a new artiste, I’m an old musician – Lord Paper to 3Music Awards and VGMAs

*‘This list is wack’ – Ghanaians react to VGMA ‘Artiste of the Year’ category

*Sarkodie tops VGMA 2020 nominations

*I stand by my statement – Gyadu Blay Ambolley insists

*Shatta Wale and Yaa Pono smoke the peace pipe

*I received GHC200 and phone from Actors Guild when I took ill -Actor


*Africa’s low coronavirus outbreak rate baffles health experts

*Sudan sacks dozens of diplomats ‘linked to Bashir’

*Ginimbi embarassed at Nama awards

*Dozens killed by gunmen in Nigeria attack

*Lupita parties in Lagos

*Kenyan artwork catches the eye of comedian Steve Harvey

*The man who sued God and even got his day in court

*Egypt’s most-wanted man ‘sentenced to death’

*Five soldiers killed in checkpoint attack in central Mali

*Libya conflict: ‘Stressed’ Ghassan Salame resigns as UN envoy

*Senegal confirms first coronavirus case

*25 killed in South African bus accident

*Egypt confirms second coronavirus case

*We’ll reverse decline interest of young Nigerian in Science – FG


*Virus kills member of council advising Iran’s supreme leader

*Portugal confirms first coronavirus case

*Argentina abortion: President Alberto Fernández proposes legalisation

*Nokia CEO resigns

*Coronavirus: Four more deaths in Washington state

*Pete Buttigieg drops out of Democratic race for White House

*Abortion access will not expand in Colombia, court rules

*South Korea seeks murder charges as coronavirus kills more than 3,000 worldwide

*Jack Welch: Legendary General Electric boss dies at 84

*John Oliver torches Trump’s coronavirus disaster

*Coronavirus: Bank of England vows to ease economic impact

*Wall Street opens higher after recent losses



COMPILED BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)Ÿ

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