Home NEWS Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 26th February, 2020.

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 26th February, 2020.

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 25th March, 2020.


BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Akufo-Addo lied about oil wells – NDC

*You’re a ‘big, fat liar’ – Aggrieved Raymond Archer attacks McDan

*J.B. Danquah believed in the relevance of multilingual education – Prof Wosornu

*Kwame Nkrumah’s words about the 1966 coup led by Kotoka

*Bawumia commissions ‘Ghana-China Friendship Road’

*Operation Absolute Sanity: Police seize 190 motorbikes, 14 tricycles

*Police busts notorious robber

*Avoid pampering students – Prof Oquaye urges school authorities

*WHO sends staff to countries at highest risk of coronavirus infection

*Mahama tours Ahafo Region

*NAB launches on line credential evaluation management system

*Dredging work begins on Ibsitek/GPHA multipurpose container terminal

*NAKDeF commissions Gh¢1,600,000.00 bungalows for Afosu Health Center

*Minority debunks President Akufo-Addo’s statement on oil wells

*Central University begins construction of teaching hospital

*MoI begins sensitisation on RTI for management and staff of MDAs

*Environmental best practices for quality health is a shared responsibility – MCE

*Lack of schools in Paala push girls into early marriages

*Ghana chapter of DUBAWA launched in Accra

*Media urged to fact-check information to maintain public trust

*Ghana to host African Youth Academy on Climate Change

*FDA trains water producers on production and regulatory requirements

*Pre-tertiary education bill will break unified educational arrangement – Teacher Unions

*Stakes in 2020 elections incredibly high – Affail Monney

*Court remands Ho West Assembly driver over dangerous driving

*Amidu declines request to probe missing excavators

*GHS exceeds target in polio vaccination in East Mamprusi

*President Akufo-Addo set for historic state visit to Switzerland

*Snakes invade Kwanyako Health Centre

*Why girls in Paala are pushed into early marriages

*Police declares war on motorbike-related crimes

*NIB Staff in court for money laundering

*IEA reacts to State of the Nations Address

*Truck carrying palm fruits crashes at Tarkwa

*Sekondi MP donates dual desks and educational materials to metro education directorate

*NPP to hold primaries on April 11?

*Fire guts Wa Islamic SHS girls’ dormitory, displaces 205 students

*Parents withdraw pupils from school due to dilapidated bridge

*Man jailed 20 years for impregnating daughter

*Retract and apologise your bigotry statement – Koku Anyidoho tells Ursula

*UG: Find your magic and start your day right on campus this week

*IEA decries widespread economic hardship

*New Register: What happened to your ‘listening president tag?’ – Yamin asks Akufo-Addo


*Olympic hopeful Wahid out of qualifiers

*Kwahu Easter Marathon reduced by 21 kilometres

*George Afriyie’s criticism of Kurt Okraku misplaced – Ghana FA spokesperson

*WPL: Milot, Jafar, 3 others nominated for NASCO player of the month

*Songne Yacouba willing to lower $150k demands to stay at Asante Kotoko

*Leaked audio: ‘Mad’ Kwame Kyei descends on Kotoko players for losing to ‘koko’ drinking players

*Malik begs for Konadu

*Third edition of Kwahu Easter Marathon launched

*New Aduana Stars Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin introduced to players

*Furious Kwame Kyei vows to expel Kotoko players using ‘juju’

*Leicester City fans wants Daniel Amartey sold in the summer

*Ghana’s World Cup opponents Zimbabwe barred from hosting international matches

*Adebayor should be playing in Europe – Niger FA boss

*Isaac Dogboe sends words of encouragement to dethroned Wilder


*Kumasi Compost and Recycling Plant to create 500 more jobs

*Planting for Food and Jobs has cushioned food basket – IEA

*Fishery Commission asked to enforce laws

*MiDA to construct two primary substations to boost power supply

*Bloomberg: Ghana weighs debt buyout to restructure costly power contracts

*Ireland moves closer to becoming member of African Development Bank Group

*MiDA to construct two primary substations to improve power supply

*Extend tax waivers to construction-related businesses – Dev’t Analyst

*Coronavirus hits Wall Street

*African Union Executive Council endorses AfDB President for second term

*CPC to cash in on US$1.3 trillion AfCFTA opportunity

*Ghana partakes in Mohammed VI Polytechnic University’s programme

*PFJ interventions have cushioned food basket – IEA

*GhIPSS concluding preparations for the launch of QR code next month


*Lil Win blames Fred Nuamah for beef with Funny Face

*More jobs’ll reduce galamsey – Ambolley

*I support Dumelo’s political career – Gloria Sarfo

*Dec polls: Osofo Kyiri Abosom is wasting his time, money – Jesus Ahuofe

*Kency2020: Prophet Amoateng breaks silence on Despite’s daughter-inlaw’s prophecy

*My faith in God doubled when I heard the news of your pregnancy – Yvonne Nelson to McBrown

*Kency2020: I gave Tracy’s marriage prophecy in November 2019 – Prophet Daniel Amoateng

*Ghanaians’ve become ‘educated fools’; ‘intellectually castrated’ – Ambolley

*Signs your man really wants to marry you

*Stonebwoy ventures into selling exercise books

*DJ Switch spotted with Oscar winner Octavia Spencer in Hollywood

*My aim is to promote Ghana, African culture with my music – Optional King

*Ibrah One shockingly makes his underage daughter drive on highway

*Fat seasons are not forever


*Six Nations games under threat, Serie A matches behind closed doors – coronavirus hits Italian sport

*Beyoncé performed at Kobe Bryant’s Memorial

*Google warns Huawei owners against ‘sideloading’ its apps

*Iran deputy health minister infected with Coronavirus

*Egypt executes eight men over church bombings

*Iran deputy health minister contracts coronavirus

*Brain disease: Pupils banned from heading ball in England

*Internet giants fight spread of coronavirus untruths

*Zidane unsure if Hazard will play for Real Madrid again this season

*Chelsea humbled by Gnabry-inspired Bayern

*Barcelona fight back to draw in Naples

*Klopp thought matching Man City’s winning-streak record was impossible

*US Democratic debate has all eyes on frontrunner Sanders

*’Mission: Impossible VII’ filming halted in Italy over coronavirus fears

*Nigeria and climate change challenge

*UK fronts Kenya’s Amina in Commonwealth top job

*Report finds pregnant HIV+ women sterilized in South Africa



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

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