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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Wednesday 9th September 2020



BY: SV KPODO(kvincentseth@gmail.com)


*‘Your father was a good man’ – Rawlings to late President Mills’ son

*Act professionally and fairly – COP Kofi Boakye to Police

*Tell us how $10 billion Big Push promise will be funded – IMANI to NDC

*Rawlings, other NDC bigwigs absent at 2020 manifesto launch

*Mahama doesn’t have the brains to execute stolen promises – Kennedy Agyapong

*Bawumia electrifies Mahama’s hometown Bole

*Incredible! – Betty Mould reacts to NDC’s manifesto

*NDC didn’t waste time on Akufo-Addo at Manifesto launch – IMANI Boss

*SHS teachers shoot down John Mahama’s claims of infrastructure in schools

*Akufo-Addo cuts sod for Kwame-Danso road, work to start after 7 months

*Bawumia visits 82-year-old cured leper who he gifted a 2-bedroom house

*I have a licensed gun to protect myself – Prophet Owusu Bempah

*Compare track records of both NDC and NPP – Opanyin Agyekum tells Ghanaians

*NCCE urges citizens to show interest in government projects

*NDC vs NPP: Manifesto promises in the education sector

*My records at TMA attest to my quality – Ashai Odamtten

*NDC government to expand access to legal education – Minority Leader

*Akuapem South MP urges Ghanaians to renew President Akufo-Addo’s mandate

*Bono East welcomes President Akufo-Addo

*Security forces have been helpful in disaster response – NADMO

*I never betrayed the IGP – Ex-Executive Secretary

*Implementing NDC manifesto likely to be difficult – Expert

*Weija-Gbawe MCE outlines achievements and infrastructural projects in his Municipality

*Campaign on Akufo-Addo’s excellent record – Kwaku Agyemang-Manu to NPP communicators

*Wontumi says NDC’s manifesto is Tracey Boakye and Mzbel’s will

*’Ghana belongs to all of us, not an elite few’ – Prof Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang

*Five arrested for encroaching Barekese Dam lands

*Sofoline-Abuakwa road: Angry property owners halt demolition exercise over compensation

*Special Initiative, Sanitation & Zongo ministries ‘bogus’ – Expert

*Coronavirus: MoE partners UNESCO to educate Ghanaians in local dialects

*Court refuses application to free suspected killer of Ruth Eshun

*Bawumia hands over house to 82-yr-old abandoned cured leper

*You’re assured of four more years – Sene East chief to Akufo-Addo

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*Baba Rahman to leave Chelsea on loan for the fifth time this summer

*Yaw Ampofo Ankrah, four other Ghanaians land Africa Beach soccer roles

*Myron Boadu makes 60-man shortlist for Golden Boy Award

*Arsenal receive positive report in pursuit of Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey

*’Juju’ exists in football – Rev Owusu Bempah

*Make Asante Kotoko economically viable – Ex-President Kufuor tells CEO

*Ahmed Toure ready to rejoin Kotoko if they approach him

*Hearts of Oak unveils brand new 48-seater bus

*I never received the plot of land as promised by Asante Kotoko fan – Ahmed Toure

*Jeremy Duku scores first goal for Belgium in 5-1 win over Iceland

*NDC Manifesto: Winneba Sports College to become a fully-fledged university

*Your behaviour is hurting the club – Hearts MD to fans

*Medeama midfielder Richard Boadu confirms interest from ‘dream club’ Kotoko

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*ECG shedding load secretly, be honest with Ghanaians – Jinapor to govt

*Banking sector not just about minimum requirement – Mahama told

*Lower-income countries could leapfrog high-income countries with AI-enabled health tech – Report

*Declaration of MTN as significant market player is a worry to investors – CEO laments

*Spare Part Dealers make u-turn, side with govt on ban on car importation

*UNIPASS-ICUMS kills Bawumia’s paperless port; takes five weeks to clear one car

*Coronavirus: Jet fuel consumption to increase due to reopening of air borders

*Suspend Agyapa deal; it isn’t enough to trust your sincerity, expertise – CSOs

*Next NDC administration to reverse decoupling of VAT, NHIL and GETFUND

*Ghana pushes ahead with efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation, forest degradation

*NBSSI denies applicant fees charging claims

*We’ll aggressively fight money laundering – Mahama assures

*Spillage of Bagre Dam: Govt to provide GH¢29.6m for long-term solution

*Scrapping law banning importation of salvaged vehicles is the solution we want – AUDG

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*We have the world to compete against, not ourselves – Guru to Ghanaian musicians

*NDC’s ‘People Manifesto’ one of a kind since the first republic – Rex Omar

*WarnerMedia’s TNT, tailor-made for African fans, launch on StarTimes this September

*Nana Ama McBrown shines bright in mini dress and we can’t stop crushing

*Osebor is back with the drip on the ‘gram’ again

*Stop faking patois in your songs, it’s painful to listen to – Mr. Logic

*I’ve not endorsed NDC – Stonebwoy clears

*I stopped church because people frowned on my looks – Fameye confesses

*If DopeNation didn’t see my comments as a joke, it’s their problem – Kuami Eugene

*Building my own record label doesn’t mean I’m leaving AMG Business – Medikal clears rumours

*’NDC better wire me money’ for using my song at manifesto launch – Worlasi

*Kelvynboy is a good artiste but he has to be humble – Fredyma

*Ladies, here are 4 ways coconut oil can enhance your beauty

*Priscilla Otomfuo preaches salvation in ‘Yesu Mba’

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*Rwanda’s President says ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero must stand trial

*Buhari condemns third-term bids by West African leaders

*50 million people at risk of hunger in southern Africa

*Kenyan MP arrested for ‘demeaning president’

*Sudan floods pose threat to archaeological sites

*More protests planned over SA racist advert

*Shoprite ends Kenya expansion, plans closure of stores

*Ethiopia to make, export Coronavirus test kits with China’s help

*South Africa’s economy shrinks by 51% in second quarter

*Agriculture summit opens in Kigali

*Ethiopia bars journalists from Tigray elections

*Meet the first Nigerien scientist to work for Nasa

*Mandela foundation hits back at Trump

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*Man jailed for 1,000 years for Istanbul attack

*Olympics must go ahead at any cost in 2021 – Japan’s Olympic minister

*Disney criticised for filming Mulan in China’s Xinjiang province

*Lionel Messi reports for Barcelona training after confirming he will stay

*Former Temptations lead singer Bruce Williamson dies at age 49 after reported coronavirus battle

*Everton signs James Rodriguez: Can Carlo Ancelotti bring best out of Colombian?

*Cheng Lei: China says journalist ‘endangered national security’

*China unveils global data security initiative, says some countries bullying others

*James Rodriguez: Everton sign Colombia attacking midfielder from Real Madrid

*Emirates airline issued over US$1.4 billion in coronavirus-related refunds

*Ansu Fati scores for Spain on record-breaking night

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