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“Let’s stop Anas before he gets into our bedrooms”- Kennedy Agyapong pleads

Outspoken Member of Parliament of Assin  Central in the Central region and businessman, Kennedy Agyapong wants undercover investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas stopped before he investigates people in their bedrooms.…

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Joy News’ David Andoh is Environmental Newsmaker of the Year

Joy News’ photojournalist David Andoh has been adjudged the Environmental Newsmaker of the year at the Ghana Environmental Excellence Awards held in Accra on Saturday. The award to David, who…

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Acute water shortage hits Old Tafo

Residents of Old Tafo in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region will have to brace themselves up to pay more for water as long as the commodity remains in short supply.…

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If you have integrity, Anas will not trap you- Baako

Editor in Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper Malik Kweku Baako Jnr says the Anas project is only a trap for people who do not have integrity. Why will…

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Police to train investigators to minimize failed prosecutions

The Ghana Police Service says it is working around the clock to ensure that its investigators have the capacity to determine when a case is prosecutable before effecting arrests. This…

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8 locals, 2 Chinese illegal miners arrested

Liq Zing Xeon, 52 and Me Quo Wei, 48 were arrested at a site at Bredi engaging in galamsey. The Western Forward Operating Base (FOB West) has arrested two Chinese…

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Turkmenistan police inspect toilets for use of president’s newspaper photos as toilet paper

Police in Turkmenistan have begun inspecting public and private toilets across the country for evidence of photos of president Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov being used as toilet paper. It sounds like news you…

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Telecoms Chamber fears Kelni GVG technology will breach consumer data, privacy

The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications is worried that a contract with Kelni GVG to, among other things block revenue leakages in the telecommunications sector may breach consumer data protection and…

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KelniGVG contract: Misinformed IMANI is not God- Andah hits back

Deputy Communications Minister George Andah says the campaign being waged by policy think tank IMANI on the controversial KelniGVG contract is premised on misinformation. Or better still he is convinced…

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Mahama wants re-engineering of university education curriculum

Former President John Mahama has called for re-engineering of the curriculum of University education in Africa to stimulate accelerated development if the continent is to remain competitive and relevant in…

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