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Chairman Wontumi Vows To Expose Prez Mills’ Killers

Chairman Wontumi has emphatically stated that he is ready to mention the names of people who killed the former president of Ghana, H.E. John Evan Atta Mills. According to the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP, he knows all those connected to the death of Atta Mills and he is ever ready to …

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Anger as NPP NEC upholds disqualification of 15 aspirants

There is raging anger among some branch executives and supporters of ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Eastern Region after the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party upheld the disqualification of fifteen (15) aspirants by the vetting committee. The branch executives and supporters of the disqualified aspirants were hoping NEC …

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Mad Man Caught With Dead Baby [WATCH VIDEO]

A false pretense mad man has been caught with a baby which has been confirmed dead by the people in a community in Aba a town in Nigeria after he was suspected to be normal but acting up. The suspect was carried away by the security service personnel who were …

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Another Nigerian Artiste Accused Of Rape; Victim Speaks Out

Nigerians have continued to fight against the surge in cases in the country with many either coming out to condemn the act or tell their own story In the past week, many rape stories have been shared on various social media platforms with some Nigerian celebrities been called out. The …

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George Floyd’s memorial fund set a world record

George Floyd’s memorial fund set a world record as donations hit its peak. Death before dishonour came into play in George Floyd’s life as his memorial fund set a world record shaking all grounds. As it stands now, the fund has been able to gather $13Million from 500,000 donations across …

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‘Cursed’ MP reacts to angry youth demo

Member of Parliament (MP) for Offinso South, Ben Abdallah Bandah, has described as unnecessary curses invoked on New Patriotic Party (NPP) executives by some angry youth. The suspicion of the youth is that there are attempts by some executives to by hook or crook maintain the incumbent MP. To this …

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Al-Qaeda chief in north Africa killed – France Says

France says it has killed the leader of al-Qaeda in north Africa, Abdelmalek Droukdel, in an operation in Mali. Defence Minister Florence Parly said Droukdel along with members of his inner circle had been killed in the north of the country on Wednesday. French forces had also captured a senior …

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Group Storms Buipe Palace to present Case against New Register

An amalgamation of political parties, civil society groups in the Savannah region with the identity “Savannah First” will storm the Yagbonwura’s Palace today 5th June 2020 to request for the Gonja Traditional Council to halt the new voter’s registration process in the Savannah region as many will stand disenfranchised. Speaking …

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Accra International Conference Centre gradually rots away

Conferences and programmes that have been earmarked to take place at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) when the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement finally takes off may be unfeasible as a result of the poor state of the facility. The AICC, the country’s flagship event venue that …

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EC declines to appear before Parliament on June 9

The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) has shot down an invitation by the Parliament of Ghana to appear before the house on June 9 to brief the legislature on its plans for the upcoming December polls. The minority in parliament has since April 30 been mounting pressure to have the EC summoned before the …

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Tarkwa assembly members threaten court action

Some members of the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly in the Western Region have threatened to take legal action against the municipal assembly and the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Benjamin Kesse. According to the counsel for the plaintiffs, Stephen Kwesi Kesse, on May 22 his clients were physically prevented from performing their …

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