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Angry youth vandalise NDC office in Abuakwa South

Angry youth have vandalized the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party office in the Abuakwa South constituency in the Eastern region. 

GCAA denies grounding Starbow Airline

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has denied reports that it has grounded Starbow Airline.
The denial comes a day after the Transport Ministry declared that the airline will not fly again until further notice.

President Mahama consoles Zambians on Sata's death

President John Dramani Mahama has expressed sadness and shock over the death of His Excellency President Michael Sata of the Republic of Zambia.

Gov't did not err in selecting us - Pensions Alliance

A management member of the Pensions Alliance Trust-the company managing the tier two pension funds of public workers- has dismissed speculations the company is being micromanaged by government.

Lebanese man implicated in disappearance of 16yr old girl

A forty-five (45) year old Lebanese man, identified as Hosam, has been implicated in the disappearance of a sixteen (16) year old girl.
The girl was last seen heading to school and has since not returned home.

Azumah had no time to be corrupted - Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has described boxing legend, Azumah Nelson, as an incorruptible individual who succeeded through hard work and determination.
The former military ruler made the comments at the launch of the autobiography of Nelson, Wednesday evening.

Partisanship Affects Consensus Building — Prez

President John Dramani Mahama has stated that strong partisanship in Ghana is affecting consensus building on development issues.
That, he said, had also affected confidence and trust building in the body-politic.

Prisoners currently feed on 1 cedi, 80 Peswas daily – Gov’t

Interior Minister, Mark Woyongo, has hinted that, it is increasingly becoming difficult for government to feed prison inmates across the country. Prisoners, according to him, are currently being fed on 1 cedi, 80 peswas per head, mainly due to overcrowding and inadequate resources.

US lauds Ghana’s Ebola preparedness plan

The United States (US) government has commended Ghana for its “impressive” Ebola preparedness plan and promised to support the plan to achieve its goals.

‘I Was The Financial Engineer For Waterville’ - Woyome

Alfred Agbesi Woyome, a businessman, on Wednesday told the Fast Track High Court that, he played a financial engineering role in the annulled bid that received concurrent approval for the CAN 2008 tournament.

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