Top News of Wed 19 Sep 2018

  • More to go blind – Ghana Health Service Report
  • ‘Nothing wrong with GH¢40m BOST cash transferred under Mahama’ – Edward Bawa
  • 6.8m Ghanaians poor - GSS survey
  • SEC postpones crunch Menzgold meeting over lack of information
  • African Union Continental Symposium opens
  • Shama youth want DCE sacked, demand 40% of Aboadze power enclave jobs
  • Parliament recalled from recess
  • Construct a path of reconciliation - President tells new UEW Vice Chancellor
  • Ghana will import 'wee' if Government issues to legalize it now - Pratt
  • Why we are dragging Mahama, Julius Debrah to Amidu – Centre for National Affairs explains
  • Sam George pushes for parliamentary probe into StarTimes deal
  • Abandoned day-old baby girl rescued at Klikor
  • Anas reveals how 'hand of God' saved him from death in Malawi
  • Akufo-Addo’s swearing in of UEW VC ‘capricious’ and ‘reckless’ – Okudzeto Ablakwa
  • Resource Office of the Special Prosecutor - Azeem
  • Seven pupils perish in fatal accident at Dompim
  • Another Supreme Court suit against new regions creation
  • NPP riding on our solid economic foundation – Kwakye Ofosu
  • NPP coined 1D1F phrase just to win election – Carl Wilson
  • China loan a disguised colonisation ploy – Hassan Ayariga
  • 110 ministers: Are the ministers going for war in Iraq? - Mikki Osei Berko teases
  • Katanga, Unity Hall Alumni Associations call for dismissal of KNUST VC
  • 6.8 million Ghanaians are poor — GSS Survey
  • MPs recalled from recess to sit for one week
  • GHC40.5m BOST cash used to buy fuel for military – MP
  • NDC MP defends GH¢40.5m 'suspicious' transfers into Chief of Staff's account
  • Asuogyaman DCE buys GHC1,850 printer for GHC16,000
  • Flashback: We see you but we see incompetence and corruption - Samira jabs NDC
  • Nobody involved in banking crisis will escape the law – Akufo-Addo
  • Asuogyaman DCE blows GHC70k to renovate district coordinator’s residence
  • Don’t hand digital migration contract to StarTimes – GIBA warns government
  • School Bus Crash: Pupils were overloaded – Police
  • Boy, 5, drowns in Kumasi
  • Carl Wilson begs for forgiveness after ditching NDC for NPP
  • Court case against UEW wasn’t a tribal one – Afenyo-Markin
  • I can’t steal money through Chief of Staff Account – Awuah-Darko
  • How an NPP church elder 'confessed' over the economic challenges in Ghana
  • National Service dodgers enrol onto scheme to avoid being sanctioned
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    Italian priest kidnapped in Niger

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    I withdrew my legal representation for the Vice Chancellor (VC) of UEW and his other embattled colleagues, in open court in the Cape Coast High Court. It was because I sensed unseen hands operating to prevent one of the fairest judges I have ever appeared before, from dispensing justice speedily and justly, or at all."

    Raymond Atuguba, Associate Professor of Law, University of Ghana School of Law

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