Top News of Fri 22 Jun 2018

  • Ken Agyapong to premiere exposé on Anas on June 27
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  • We need an independent body to investigate Akufo-Addo over Anas exposé - Asiedu Nketiah
  • Ghanaian denied UK visa to save sister's life
  • JB Danquah's family demands protection for Daniel Asiedu
  • Sue Akufo-Addo if you have evidence of corruption against him - NPP slams Coalition
  • NPP to sanction Gabby Otchere-Darko, others over false Buabeng Asamoah appointment
  • Police recruitment: Medical screening to start Monday June 25
  • Stop the absurd 'corruption tag' on Akufo-Addo - Atik Mohammed chides Mahama
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  • Minority questions $259m tax waiver for AngloGold
  • Ghanaian denied UK visa to save sister's life
  • NSMQ2018: Mawuli wins bragging rights to leave rivals BIHECO heart-broken
  • Journalists urged to support NCCE work
  • Speaker registers for new national ID
  • UNICEF gives hope to newborn babies in Upper West
  • Government urged to hasten wash budgetary releases
  • One dead in shootout in Bawku
  • Ruling on Dr Obengfo’s bail application on June 27
  • Sakora Wonoo maternity ward faces closure over lack of logistics
  • Scrap dealer remanded for having sex with mentally challenged
  • Achimota School students advised to be determined to succeed
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  • J.B Danquah's murder: 'NDC has been vindicated' - Kofi Adams
  • Man murdered and buried at Assin Otabilkrom
  • World Vision constructs water project for Tubong community
  • Ghanaians must learn to appreciate what they have – Otiko Djaba
  • PURC workers want GWCL Board Chair Afenyo Markin sacked
  • Summon Foreign Affairs Minister over US visa limitations – Dr Apaak to Parliament
  • NDC never asked Anita Desoso to apologise to Rawlings – Asiedu Nketia
  • NPP’s 1 District, 1 Factory is a 'grand deception' – Suhuyini
  • Police recruitment resumes Monday
  • Distribution of drugs, blood via drones will start in 2019 – Bawumia
  • Supreme Court gives AG 7 days to respond to Ghana-US military agreement suit
  • Ghanaian denied UK visa to save sister's life
  • Public Procurement Ministry saved Ghana GH¢ 800m in 2017 – Adwoa Safo
  • Student dressed like Anas Aremeyaw prevented from writing exam
  • Bantama Juvenile ‘gang rape’ suspects jailed 36 months
  • NMSQ: Opoku Ware rises from ashes to topple GSTS
  • Mahama’s handlers blocked me – Fibre Optics Inventor
  • $13m E.O cash diversion: Kweku Baako ‘trashes’ NPP’s claims
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