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Daily Archives: March 2, 2020

Sogakope killing: 3 protesters hit by stray bullets fired by Police

Three persons have been hit by stray bullets after police officers fired shots to disperse angry youth of Sogakope who blocked the bridge over the Volta river, as they protested the murder of their assemblyman on Sunday and the police response to the incident. The injured, all males are currently receiving treatment at the Kumbulu and Sogakope Hospitals. A reinforcement ...

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December 7 date for Ghana’s election remains unchanged – EC

The Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) has said the date for the general elections in Ghana this year remains December 7. Rumours making the rounds have it that the presidential and parliamentary elections will take place on November 7 for the first time this year. However, the electoral management body said although it has plans to bring forward the date to November nothing ...

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Covid-19: OccupyGhana’s 7 point plan to fight possible outbreak

Pressure Group, OccupyGhana has suggested a seven-point action plan to the government of Ghana that they believe will help contain a possible outbreak of the novel coronavirus also known as Covid-19. The number of people killed worldwide by the coronavirus has exceeded 3,000, as China reported 42 more deaths. More than 90% of the total deaths are in Hubei, the ...

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A/R: NPP begins Parliamentary primaries vetting today

The Ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ashanti region will today[Monday] commence vetting of 119 parliamentary aspirants who have filed their nomination forms to contest the upcoming parliamentary election in their respective constituencies. Out of the 119 aspirants, 6 of them are contesting unopposed including the Majority Leader and Member of Parliament for Suame constituency Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, ...

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VGMA 2020 nominees unveiled

Charter House who are organizers of the annual Ghana Music Awards have released nominations for its 21st edition. The list excludes Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy who were banned indefinitely for bringing the awards scheme into disrepute following a brawl on stage which saw the latter pull out a gun. The Ghana Music Awards is an award scheme designed to recognize, celebrate the hard work and dedication of various stakeholders and players in the entertainment ...

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