Top News of Tue 23 May 2017

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  • Kwabena Agyapong likely to contest NPP General Secretary post – Ephson
  • Akufo-Addo will jail corrupt officials after one year - PC Appiah Ofori
  • Kumbuor approved military protection for Ukraine, Russia galamseyers – MP
  • Punish thieves in Mahama administration – Dotsei Malor
  • Man found dead in an abandoned dam
  • UN to honour two Ghanaian peacekeepers posthumously
  • Stop ranting, your jobs will be ready soon – NPP tells angry serial callers
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  • 9 cars burnt, shops destroyed in a fire outbreak at Suame Magazine
  • No soldiers deployed to protect galamseyers – Derrick Oduro
  • There're no 'galamsey soldiers' - Derek Oduro
  • Man arrested for butchering another
  • Prof. Martey not speaking 'logically' - Joseph Yamin
  • Nana Addo's injustice, lawlessness will cause a people's revolt in Ghana - Anyidoho
  • EC officials frustrated as IT system breaks down
  • Aisha Huang was also a ‘criminal’ – Joseph Yamin
  • Time to arrest corruption! - President courts support of CEOs
  • Galamsey ‘queen’ bangs fist in anger over adjournment
  • 'Marriage counselling contributing to high divorce rate in Ghana' – Lawyer
  • Galamsey: Ignore 'dishonest' Martey claims – Inusah Fuseini
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  • NDC must re-organise, re-strategise for 2020 - Kofi Buah
  • Three Ghana Gas helicopters missing
  • Small-scale miners postpone demo against government
  • Galamsey got out of hand under Mahama – Rev. Prof. Martey
  • All past government performed poorly – Martey
  • Statement by management: Why UCC rusticated 22 students
  • Galamsey worsened under Mahama – Prof. Martey
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    I don’t want to go into politics but it was in Mahama’s administration that this thing [galamsey] became worse. I met Mahama, we sat down and I complained about this galamsey. He told me that he was able to identify the Ghanaian who was bringing the Chinese to Ghana so they will deal with it. But rather, things got worse."

    Prof. Emmanuel Martey, former Moderator, Presbyterian Church of Ghana

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