Rawlings shoots down Multimedia’s ‘Who Killed the Judges’ documentary

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has denied masterminding the 1982 killing of the three high court judges and a retired military officer, saying: “If I were bloodthirsty as these people are claiming, on the 15th of May 79, I could have ignited the thing and left it. ’79 when people were calling for blood, I could have just let go ...

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Chop-chop hits Asante Akim North; CHPS Compound in limbo

This is Derrick Amoah The Asante Akim North Assembly has suspended its Finance and Administration Convener, for unilaterally abrogating and re-awarding contract without due process Derrick Amoah An investigative committee cited Derrick Amoah for breach of procedure in the award of contract for construction of a CHIPS Compound, to the tune of GHȼ45,000. The assembly says his conduct has the ...

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Portugal condemn Scotland to sixth defeat in eight matches

Portugal condemn Scotland to sixth defeat in eight matches Source: Portugal condemn Scotland to sixth defeat in eight matches Share on: WhatsApp

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I don’t owe you any apology – Freddy Blay to Togbe Afede

The revered Togbe Afede, Traditional ruler of the Asogli State and business magnate National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr Freddy Blay has said he does not owe “anybody” an apology regarding comments he made against paramount Chief of Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV. As MyNewsGH.com readers will recall, Togbe Afede XIV received a ‘harsh’ response from Mr ...

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Massive Demo hits Akyem Oda over death trap bridge

The Akyem Oda Concern citizens Association (AKOCCA) in the Eastern region this morning have demonstrated massively at Akyem Oda municipality over the death trap bridge that links Oda to the capital city – Accra. The demonstration is titled; “Akyem Oda deserves better”. About AKOCCA: AKOCCA is a youth club in Akyem Oda with Kofi Asare Brako (Abatee) being their president. ...

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NPP youth in Eastern region defect to NDC, burn Akufo-Addo T-shirt

Some 50 youth who claim to be members of the governing NPP in Akyem Asamama in the Atewa West Constituency of the Eastern region have defected to the main opposition Party, National Democratic Congress (NDC). The aggrieved supporters said they are disappointed with the Akufo-Addo-led government since in their view there is an economic hardship. The defectors set fire into ...

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CONCERN NPP YOUTH – ASHANTI REGION PRESS STATEMENT 12TH OCTOBER, 2018 STOP SABOTAGING NABCO, NDC MUST BE VERY CAUTIOUS The Nation Builders Corp (NABCO) ever since was introduced has become a nightmare to the opposition NDC, however has resorted to many dubious ways to make this policy unpopular. The policy (NABCO) which is the government initiative aimed at addressing graduate ...

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Sarkodie tweets ‘Reign album’ after ‘babysitting’ Shatta Wale

Well, if you understand showbiz, you will understand that “beef” is just to get the fans talking. Sarkodie and Shatta Wale became the center of discussion this week after Sarkodie in a freestyle asked that Shatta Wale stops fooling and focus on making gains out of his music career. Social Media users were of the view that Sarkodie will not ...

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Historic performances, mammoth crowd at PRESEC Bonfire Night

It was the Bonfire Night, but rivals started a #Bonflood night campaign on social media when the heavens opened its mouth wide with showers. But the boys from Madina, Oops! sorry, Legon persisted. They defied the rains, shamed the cynics and kept the flames of the Bonfire burning for hours in one long enchanting night of music and fun. It ...

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NPP must be careful not to disown Delta, Invisible forces – Sammi Awuku

The National Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Sammi Awuku has condemned attempts by some ruling party big wig to disown vigilante groups aligned to the party, warning that as a former National Youth Organizer, he remembers them as the groups who stood by the party and fought for victory when law and order broke down under the erstwhile ...

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