Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 15th July, 2020





*I enjoyed watching my boyfriend rape my four-month-old baby – Lady shockingly confesses

*GBC ordered to cut down TV channels to 3

*Body of Rwandan official who died of coronavirus released to family – Ridge Hospital

*Coronavirus hits JHS in Oti Region

*Professor Adei’s statement on Mahama very unfortunate – Governance Expert

*Sakawa boy confesses how he posed as gay to defraud a client

*What sin have we committed for you to treat us this way? – Kwesi Pratt to Akufo-Addo

*Napo suggests locking down Oforikrom over alarming coronavirus cases

*We’ve made history – Akufo-Addo says, as he chairs first-ever virtual Cabinet meeting via Zoom

*Father causes arrest of son for possessing human parts

*Coronavirus: Gov’t to evacuate stranded Ghanaians from London

*NPP suffering from ‘kpokpogbligbli’ because of Prof Naana Opoku Agyemang – NDC

*Obuasi no longer coronavirus hotspot – Medical Superintendent

*Student killed after clashes at registration centre in Bono Region

*Cooperatives Council calls on political parties to promote cooperatives

*Police stood aloof while my agents were being beaten – Dumelo cries

*Seven Health Centres receive PPE from COVID-19 National Trust Fund

*Over 52,000 registered in Western North Region

*Police Officer stabbed while attempting to separate fight

*I will be first to support election 2020 call-off – Kwabena Mintah Akandoh

*‘I meet all requirements’ – NDC PC for Cape Coast North reacts

*National PTA President may be misinformed – Ministry of Education

*No politician will allow his son to join vigilante group – David Tiki Dange

*Cooperatives Council calls on political parties to promote cooperatives

*EC resolves duplication of ID numbers, promises to replace cards

*We will resist busing of strangers into Damongo with our blood – NDC

*Govt lied on claims PPEs were supplied all schools – GNAT

*We never promised to provide health personnel for schools – Education Ministry

*Presumed Science and Data used in coronavirus decisions failing us – Doctors

*EC to hand over ‘guarantor contractors’ to security agencies

*Reopening Schools: Govt deceived parents – National PTA President

*EC registration centres in Hohoe almost empty

*I’ve provided leadership at Tema East – Titus Glover

*Education sector will win NPP power – Akwasi Konadu

*Health expert urges health officials to focus on other killer diseases

*Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana donates PPEs to treatment centres and pharmacists

*NPP vigilantes have been hunting for me like grasscutter – Banda MP as student dies at voter registration centre

*Internal audit, game-changer to strengthening social accountability – LEAP boss

*Ministry of Foreign Affairs to evacuate more Ghanaians

*Voters Registration Exercise: EC inflating figures in Ashanti Region – NDC claims

*WR-GJA condemns attack on Metro TV Regional cameraman

*Will Ghana collapse if no registration exercise is held? – Pratt questions EC

*SHS students with coronavirus ‘brought the virus from home’ – Nana ‘B’ ©


*We don’t return to GPL to relaunch our careers – Abednego Tetteh

*Legon Cities determined to make in impact on the pitch after coronavirus

*I had to leave Hearts because the coach didn’t like me – Emmanuel Mintah

*’I am not ready for Hearts move’ – Danlad

*Chris Avalos: All you need to know about Isaac Dogboe’s opponent

*The tragic death of Alfred Kotey, a beautiful fighter and victim of boxing’s lethal business

*Emmanuel Osei Kuffour eulogizes Herbert Mensah

*Teams abroad could not sign me because of my age – Ibrahim Danlad

*GPL clubs to pocket $15,000, DOL to receive $7,000 and GHALCA $2,000 from coronavirus money

*Controversy looms as unhappy Bernard Morrison ‘fights’ to cancel Young Africans contract

*Azumah greatest, Kotey finest – Joshua Clottey

*Three years on: Where are the injured Kotoko accident players?

*Speaking Portuguese has been my biggest challenge in Angola – Ex-Hearts defender Inusah Musah

*Ranking the top 10 Ghanaians to have played in the South African league ©


*GRA IT Training Academy project receives $878,364 tax waiver from Parliament

*Government urged to collaborate with service providers to make internet affordable

*Ghana’s petroleum revenue dropped in 2019 – PIAC

*US dollar falls as investor sentiment recovers despite virus surge

*ICUMS is a much better system than GCNET – Prof Adei

*Over 50 tax experts review tax policies

*Bank online or use our escorts for withdrawals – Police alert Kumasi residents

*Minority fumes as Parliament approves $500m for GNPC

*Crude oil prices dip on demand fears as Opec+ considers output increase

*Single-source procurement of ‘math sets’ breaches Public Procurement Act – MP

*Pharmaceutical manufacturers cancel credit deal for cash-and-carry system

*1D1F: Cassava Processing Factory for Keta to be ready by September

*BoG grants IT Consortium enhanced Payment Service Provider license

*Agribusiness receives timesly boost for growth in Ghana ©


*Bulldog on what exactly happened on UTV between Lilwin and Funny Face

*’You sounded stupid as usual!’ – Twitter users slam DKB for saying witches killed Nicole Thea

*I own everything you see in this picture – Mzbel puts her ‘huge’ mansion on display

*Nadia Buari celebrates 4million Instagram followers with new charming photos

*11 Ghanaian celebrities who got ‘day jobs’ that you probably don’t know about

*Bullet promised to sign me to replace Ebony – Tiisha

*Meet Onyansani – A fashion designer by day, a tertiary student by night

*Ghanaian author Yaa Gyasi named among the 2020 Great American Immigrants list

*Ghanaians donate 7,500 cedis plus single room to sachet water seller after touching story

*Use fame wisely and you will make fortunes from it – Cartel Big J to celebrities

*Don’t let social media fool you, all that glitters is not gold – Beverly Afaglo advises the youth

*I’m a big fan of Patapaa, I’ll feature him – Lady Prempeh

*J. Derobie advises on nudity in music videos

*Women can be President in Ghana – Actress Akorfa Edjeani ©


*Sudan declares state of emergency in Darfur region

*Coronavirus: Ugandan teachers ‘turn to casual jobs’

*Egypt had ‘excessive demands’ at dam talks – Ethiopia

*Ivory Coast Vice-President Daniel Kablan resigns

*Love till death: Young bride proceeds with her wedding despite groom going cripple

*Jailed Egyptian journalist dies of coronavirus

*Thieves in SA steal whiskey after alcohol ban

*Timbuktu’s jihadist police chief before ICC for war crimes

*South African Airways creditors approve rescue plan

*Burundi should break cycle of violence – UN

*South African Airways creditors approve restructuring plan

*Too many countries going in wrong direction – WHO

*Bobrisky claims she is pregnant ©


*US Supreme Court allows federal executions to resume

*Trump confirms retaliatory US cyber attack against Russia

*UK economy to slump over 10%, debts to surge: Moody’s

*Coronavirus: Emirates set to cut 9,000 jobs

*Boeing in scramble to shore up 737 MAX financing

*Wall Street jumps with financials; Gilead data offsets virus fears

*UK expected to order removal of Huawei 5G equipment by 2025

* bans, then un-bans TikTok app from employee mobile devices

*UK plans to create ‘freeports,’ cut taxes: Sunday Telegraph

*Elon Musk’s net worth zooms past Warren Buffett’s, Bloomberg reports

*Shark kills teenage surfer in Australia’s New South Wales ©



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