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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 6th May, 2020

Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 6th May, 2020
Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday, 6th May, 2020


BY: SV KPODO (kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*Supreme Court grants relief of extension in Ofosu-Ampofo’s trial

*NPP to handpick parliamentary candidates – Sam Pyne explains

*Minority Leader calls on President to withdraw Pre-Tertiary Education Bill

*Supreme Court throws out suit against Finance Minister

*Supreme Court dismisses US-Ghana Military Cooperation Agreement case

*Lawyer warns NPP against handpicking of Parliamentary Candidates

*Border closure: ECOWAS nationals use Wli Waterfalls to enter Ghana illegally – Manhyia North MP

*Nose mask wearing, social distancing are compulsory – Health Minister

*Noguchi clears COVID-19 testing backlog

*Nana Addo politicized Coronavirus from day one – Inusah Fuseini

*This tech company is tracking coronavirus symptoms and hotspots in Ghana

*Correct procedure for nose mask wearing outlined

*Ghana Association of Bankers donates GHC300,000 to help feed frontline health workers

*GhIS supports construction of Infectious Disease Centre

*Gender Minister supports aged in Agona West

*GNPC donates towards construction of infectious disease isolation and treatment facility

*Bui Power Authority backs Ghana COVID-19 Private Sector Fund with GHC50,000

*Former Assemblyman advocates state honour for Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong

*Management of Kumasi Central Prisons calls for decongestion

*Okyenhene donates items to support the fight against COVID-19

*Forget the President, he doesn’t know how to bring the economy back – Inusah Fuseini

*Asphalt overlay of Greater Kumasi roads to be completed by 2020

*Old Tafo MCE refutes food diversion allegations

*Ghana’s largest COVID-19 testing hub can now confirm suspected cases in 24 hours

*Lockdown lift: Ghanaians acted like caged animals freed from captivity – Hassan Ayariga

*Tarkwa Mine confirms COVID-19 case

*Ghanaian Times: Celebrating World Press Freedom Day amid coronavirus

*Daily Guide: The rains beckon

*Calling for de-politicization of COVID-19 only when govt responds hypocritical – Oppong Nkrumah

*Collaborate with contact tracing team – Health Minister

*Coronavirus: Midwives extolled for bravery

*5 key highlights from the Information Ministry’s presser on coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Ghana to start daily testing from May 7

*Volta region records nine coronavirus recoveries

*Damongo MP donates laptop and printer to council of churches

*S/R: Sonyo cashew nursery site ready to supply farmers in Bole District

*Police find gunshot wound on VRA senior staff who died in gory accident

*Mpohor MP aspirant secures foreign scholarships for youths

*Four Burkinabes arrested at Babile check point for entering Ghana ‘illegally’

*Ghana nowhere near peak of coronavirus infections – CDD challenges GHS

*Disclaimer: Ignore fake news on selection of NDC running mate

*Work to improve road network in major hospitals in progress – Roads Minister

*Rapid Diagnostic Test not registered for coronavirus – FDA alerts

*WHO cautions against unproven traditional medicine for coronavirus cure

*Tema yet to fully embrace coronavirus protocols

*Coronavirus: Ghana not ahead of the virus, ramp up! – Jinapor to govt

*Do not use canoes to smuggle travelers into Ghana – Fishers told

*Media organisations to benefit from govt support soon

*We won’t allow Mahama to spew lies and politicize coronavirus – Dr Gideon Boako

*Dead bodies must be handled by professionals only

*307 ambulance ventilators cannot be better response to coronavirus – Kwesi Pratt tells govt

*Coronavirus: Two recover in Hohoe

*Government donates PPEs to media

*Police arrest 13 over demo at Nima

*Coronavirus: 453 positive persons in isolation centers

*Queen mother fights residents of Sakumono village to stop open defecation

*RE: Your donation was unnecessary – Education Ministry to private schools

*Bawumia’s ill-advised information was to score cheap political points – Sly Mensah

*CSM cases now 303 with 44 deaths

*Boniface to distribute 50,000 nose masks to residents of Madina

*Royalhouse Chapel benefits from Zoomlion’s free disinfection exercise

*Two scammers caught red-handed on CCTV

*Akufo-Addo’s govt unpredictable, more dangerous than the coronavirus – Sly

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*Former Asante Kotoko players beg Dr Kwame Kyei to release accident donations to them

*I had no best friend in Black Stars – Asamoah Gyan

*Joe Addo eulogizes Stephen Appiah, compares him to Abedi Pele

*The Greatest Ghanaian player of all time ( G.O.A.T) – Baba Yara’s journey to fame

*GFA seeks two-week grace period from CAF to decide on 2019/2020 season – PRO

*Today in sports history: Ex-Asante Kotoko winger Baba Yara dies

*Asamoah Gyan praises Coach Jones Attuquayefio for influencing his career

*Hearts of Oak signs Nigerian striker Kuti Ademola

*’The game was very disappointing’- Essien recalls Champions League game against Barca

*GFA denies asking CAF for an extension before deciding future of the 2019/20 season

*African Footballer of the Year Award should only go to Africa-based players – Adebayor tells CAF

*Michael Essien among former Premier League stars who are still active

*We will test the law should Kotoko & Ashgold represent Ghana in Africa – Aduana Stars PRO

*Gyan believes Kwasi Appiah regrets stripping him off the Black Stars captaincy

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*Goldfields Ghana records positive coronavirus case in Tarkwa

*Try your best to clear your goods to avoid further demurrage – GUTA advises members

*Dumsor was caused by damage to West African Gas Pipeline – Tekper

*MOFA takes delivery of 1,000 mini Planters and Solar Powered Rice Mills for farmers – Minister

*Buffer stock good but we need something higher – Amoako Tuffuor

*UNI-PASS deal: We don’t expect additional costs on businesses – GUTA

*Banks in stronger position to meet withdrawals – BoG

*Afreximbank announces $3-Million coronavirus Response Grant for African countries

*Coronavirus: Businesses have come to a standstill – Dr. Obeng

*Ghana Free Zones not being funded by state; that is a problem – CEO

*Free zones was game-changer for UAE – Michael Okyere Baafi

*Access Bank leads the way in Coronavirus fight with Webinar series for women

*’Use May Day to reflect on restoring workers’ rights’ – Kwesi Pratt to TUC

*Fidelity Bank donates to coronavirus Infectious Disease and Isolation Facility

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*Irene Logan narrates how armed robbers shot her father 7 times

*Bernard Nyarko was groomed to fill Kwame Owusu Ansah’s void – Oboy Siki

*Lil Win’s monetised tears for Bernard Nyarko: Here’s how much he is making

*I’m utterly disgusted, disappointed – Lydia Forson jabs Bawumia

*Kumawood actor drops new bombshell on Bernard Nyarko’s sickness

*10 most popular Ghanaian celebrities on TikTok

*Kwame Owusu Ansah, Bishop Nyarko died same day

*Shut up, how much could you have brought to us to support Bernard Nyarko? – Brother asks film makers

*Bishop Nyarko’s death: It’s abnormal to video yourself while mourning – Akyere Bruwaa

*DJ Khaled stops fan from twerking for him on Instagram because he is married

*Ewes take over Twitter to show off their beauty

*I felt dirty doing secular music – Irene Logan

*I’m not broke because I don’t perform for free like some big artistes – Pope Skinny mocks

*I didn’t put out that tweet, my personal assistant did – Bisa Kdei

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*WHO warns against untested coronavirus cures

*30 medical staff in Chad contract coronavirus

*Coronavirus: Somalia probes Kenyan aid plane crash

*Sudan appoints first US ambassador in decades

*Madagascar’s COVID-Organics expands into injectables

*BCG vaccine trial begins on SA health workers

*Coronavirus: AU in discussions with Madagascar over herbal remedy

*’Unfeasible’ demands hamper Zimbabwe firms

*Lockdown is panic measure without empirical science – Nigeria’s former power minister

*Diamond diggers trapped after Liberia mine collapse

*’Unfeasible’ demands hamper Zimbabwe firms

*Sudan to launch gold stock exchange

*Gloomy economic forecast in Nigeria amid oil slump

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*Global coronavirus deaths pass 250,000

*Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070

*Beyoncé joins virus testing initiative in Texas

*Coronavirus: US notably absent from vaccine funding conference

*Gilead coronavirus drug may exceed $2 billion sales, Piper says

*Coronavirus: France’s first known case ‘was in December’

*UK currently has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Europe

*UK car sales plunge to lowest level since 1946

*Hong Kong to lift major social restrictions as virus fades

*Coronavirus: Chinese state media take aim at US ‘lab theory’

*Coronavirus: US to borrow record $3tn as spending soars

*Total told it cannot acquire Anadarko Algeria assets

*Shell sells U.S. assets to National Fuel

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