Top News of Tue 23 May 2017

  • Allow Mahama decide on 2020 elections - CenProg
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  • Ghanaian asylum seeker charged for raping woman at knifepoint in Germany
  • Endorsement of MMDCEs encouraging — Ato Arthur
  • Police heighten patrols in Tema Comm 4 following robbery attacks
  • I am a victim of abuse of power - sacked Ridge Hospital Director alleges
  • Russian, Ukrainian operators of small-scale mining company arrested
  • Lady sues dad for failing to give consent to marriage
  • Pastor, fetish priest clash over juju money
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  • Tatale-Sanguli residents live in fear after two days of deadly gun attacks
  • Angry Youth attack Tema Newtown police station; armed police deployed
  • 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
  • Galamsey fight was an NPP campaign promise - Akwasi Kyei
  • Peter Amewu orders closure of illegal mining firm, arrests four expatriates
  • Dismissal of over 100 workers not politically motivated – DVLA boss
  • Angry youth attack Tema Newtown police station; armed police deployed
  • UCC SRC asks rusticated students to defy university's sanctions
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  • John Mahama ‘woos’ African youth to go into Agriculture
  • Teenage pregnancy declines in Ashanti
  • GSA kickback report embarrassing; Crentsil must confess - PRO
  • Stop predicting doom for Akufo-Addo’s gov’t – Prof Martey
  • Violence in Walewale over DCE confirmation
  • Bill to review service years in Army to be laid before Parliament
  • Critics of Akufo-Addo's government are unwise – Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey
  • Nana Addo running a ‘family and friends’ government - PPP
  • Police begin manhunt for Tatale robbers
  • $13.9 million Veep's residence abandoned?
  • Bechem humiliate Hannah Bissiw, confirm DCE
  • 21 CEPS officers interdicted for aiding tax evasion
  • Kwabenya, Kitase drivers go wild over poor roads, threaten blockage
  • Galamsey flourished under Mahama – Professor Martey
  • Bonded Allied Health Professionals demand immediate clearance
  • I’m not naive about corruption – Akufo-Addo
  • Ghanaians are disappointed in NPP but are ashamed to speak - Yammin
  • Galamsey taskforce members must swear with Antoa – Abronye DC
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