Top News of Sat 29 Apr 2017

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  • Builsa North District NPP express gratitude to President for DCE nominee
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  • Study identifies farming in forest reseves as lead cause of deforestation
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  • Bosso denies hands in murder of JB
  • Visa fraud: Speaker urges MPs to be temporate – Kate Addo
  • 'Thank you for defending Gambia’s democracy' – Adama Barrow to Akufo-Addo
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  • DCE agitations: My accusers are ‘cockroaches’ – Naabu
  • Overemphasis on basic education leads to semi-literacy – Professor Goski Alabi
  • Mpohor MP denies influencing the area’s DCE appointment
  • 31 children rescued from Volta Lake
  • Hohoe MP condemns suspension of Nkonya, Alavanyo chiefs
  • Tertiary Schools affiliation system exploiting private institutions – Prof Goski Alabi
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    I believe it is possible for the power producers to make a reasonable profit with a fair agreement that does not sink the fortunes of the country that is wholly unacceptable."

    Nana Akufo-Addo, President, Republic of Ghana

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