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  • 13 lies people tell when having an affair
    1. “Everyone is doing it” No! Not everyone is having an affair. There is a huge percentage of faithful lovers you just choose to ignore that percentage to justify your selfish ways. 2. “We’ll use protection” Protection is more than using a condom. Protection is guarding your partner from the… ... more
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  • UEW saga: Court dismisses former VC’s suit challenging rem...
    The Labour Division of the Accra High Court has dismissed a suit from Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke, and six others because the case was beyond its jurisdiction. Prof Avoke is challenging his removal as Vice Chancellor in the courts arguing that the… ... more
    CitiFm40 mins ago
  • Davido gets on the political campaign trail
    He’s the Nigerian star of Afropop, feted across Africa and the globe as a multi-millionaire singer-songwriter and record producer. But Davido — real name David Adedeji Adeleke — has recently been more focused on party politics and getting his uncle elected as governor of his home state of Osun this… ... more
    CitiFm45 mins ago
  • ‘We’ve saved Ghanaians from paying more for fuel’ – ...
    The Minister for Energy, John Peter Amewu, believes that the numerous tax reductions announced by the Akufo-Addo government since it assumed office in 2017, have cushioned Ghanaians against the impact of the fuel price hikes. According to him, Ghanaians would have been paying eight percent more for fuel if the… ... more
    CitiFm47 mins ago
  • Ghana Immigration to deport 73 foreign nationals
    Seventy-two Nigerians and a Togolese, all women, are to be deported by the Enforcement Unit of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) for being in the country illegally. Some of the deportees were also said to have engaged in prostitution in Ghana, apart from lacking the requisite resident permits. They were… ... more
    CitiFm48 mins ago
  • US judge allows e-voting despite hack fears
    A judge in the US state of Georgia has approved the use of electronic voting machines – despite being “gravely concerned” that they could be hacked. There wasn’t enough time before November’s mid-term elections to switch to a secure paper-based alternative, said District Judge Amy Totenberg. Fears that e-voting machines… ... more
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  • Sissala West Assembly disburses GHc89,000 to persons with di...
    The Sissala West District Assembly in the Upper West Region has disbursed an amount of GHc89,146 to some persons with disabilities in the area. The disbursement, which is in fulfillment of the 3% allocation of the district assemblies common fund for persons with disabilities is to enable the beneficiaries to… ... more
    CitiFm54 mins ago
  • Gbidukor Za 2018 launched in Hohoe
    Gbidukor Za, a celebration of unity among the Gbis hailing mainly from Gbi Nyigbe (Peki) and Gbi Dzigbe (Hohoe) has been launched in Hohoe where this year’s celebration will be taking place. Gbidukor Za started with a historic reunion of Gbis from all walks of life in December 1995 in… ... more
    CitiFm1 hour ago
  • GHANASS matron, driver to cough up GHc17, 600 for stealing s...
    A Koforidua Circuit Court A presided over by Her Lady, Janet Animah Marfo, has sentenced the GHANASS matron at the center of the alleged food stealing to a total fine of GH¢ 14,000.00. The matron, Madam Comfort Oduro Bruce was fined to pay 700 penalty units which is equivalent to… ... more
    CitiFm1 hour ago
  • NDC commissions planning committees for national congress
    The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has commissioned various planning committees in preparation towards its upcoming national congress. The congress slated for November 3, will see the election of various national executive officers to take over administration of the party into the 2020 elections. In an interview with Citi News, Kofi Adams,… ... more
    CitiFm1 hour ago
  • AWCON 2018: Venue Organizing Committee for Accra inaugurated
    The Venue Organizing Committee (VOC) for Accra has been inaugurated with a call to ensure a successful hosting of the upcoming women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana which kicks off in November. The LOC last week inaugurated the VOC for Cape Coast before following that up with the inauguration… ... more
    CitiFm4 hours ago
  • Amewu vows to investigate former BOST CEOs
    The Minister for Energy, John Peter Amewu, has disclosed that government will investigate all past managers of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) Company, to make them account for activities that led to the state agency losing huge sums of money. Mr. Amewu stated that since 2013, some managers… ... more
    CitiFm4 hours ago
  • Stonebwoy is an intelligent musician – Pastor Eastwood Ana...
    Pastor Eastwood Anaba has described Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy as an intelligent person whose work portrays his wisdom. The Preacher in one of his sermons at the recently held Love Revolution conference praised the ‘bawasaba’ hitmaker referring to him as one of the gifted and blessed individuals in this country. Pastor… ... more
    CitiFm5 hours ago
  • We’ve no contract with StarTimes to manage DTT platform ...
    A Deputy Minister for Communications, George Andah, says the government has not signed an agreement with the Chinese firm, Star Communication Network Technology popularly known as StarTimes, to manage the country’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) infrastructure. Although he said that an agreement with StarTimes is a condition for Ghana to secure… ... more
    CitiFm6 hours ago
  • Circle wants more women to invest in cryptocurrency
    The earliest adopters of Bitcoin  — the libertarian anarchist “cypherpunk” crowd — were mostly men. Today, roughly a decade after Satoshi Nakamoto’s famed white paper was released, the majority of cryptocurrency holders are still men. This poses a problem for the companies betting on the mainstream adoption of cryptocurrency. At this point, they’ve… ... more
    CitiFm6 hours ago
  • Pusher commends Okyeame Kwame for projecting Ghanaian cultur...
    Ghanaian actor Pusher has lauded the move by Okyeame Kwame to project Ghanaian culture throught arts. In a recent tweet, the famed actor (born Adjetey Anang) expressed his admiration for the versatile rapper. He wrote: “@okyeamekwame @mrsokyeame, your consistency & Creativity in sustaining our Originality, not only through your music… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • May: No extension of Brexit deadline
    Theresa May has urged EU leaders to focus their minds on getting a Brexit deal in the next two months, saying negotiations will not be extended. At a dinner in Salzburg, she told her 27 counterparts her priorities were maintaining economic ties and ensuring promises to Northern Ireland were kept.… ... more
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  • Firm fined after data breach hit millions
    Credit rating agency Equifax is to be fined £500,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after it failed to protect the personal data of 15 million Britons. A 2017 cyber-attack exposed information belonging to 146 million people around the world, mostly in the US. The compromised systems were also US-based.… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • We need business-minded people as tourism ambassadors – AT...
    The President of the Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG), William Asiedu, has admonished the tourism ambassadors appointed by the government to tap into the business aspect of tourism. Speaking to KMJ on Showbiz Now on Joy Prime Mr Asiedu, who is also the Managing Editor of the… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • Ex-Malaysia PM Najib hit with 25 charges of money laundering...
    Malaysia’s former prime minister, Najib Razak, has been charged with 21 counts of money laundering, in a case linked to a multi-million dollar corruption scandal. He was charged in court on Thursday in relation to the alleged transfer of $556m (£421m) from state fund 1MDB into his personal bank account.… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • Brexit: EU leaders warn time is running out for a deal
    Leaders of European countries have warned time is running out for a Brexit deal ahead of more talks in Salzburg. There is still no agreement on issues including how to avoid new checks on the Northern Irish border. At the EU summit on Wednesday evening Mrs May stressed her “serious”… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • Wegeiwor releases new single in Hausa, Dagbani [Audio]
    Ghanaian gospel singer, Wegeiwor is out with a new single titled ‘Kuzo Ku Duba’ which means ‘Come and Witness. Sang in Hausa and Dagbani, ‘Kuzo Ku Duba’ is an inspired song of Wegeiwor’s life story as the ‘Unwanted Child’ who is now in a season of blessings! According to her:… ... more
    CitiFm7 hours ago
  • Gov’t halted Digital TV court case over $19bn Chinese loan...
    The Government of Ghana willingly walked out of a case it was almost winning at the international court for fear of not being able to access a $19 billion loan facility from China for the country’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) infrastructure. That’s according to NDC Member of Parliament for the… ... more
    CitiFm8 hours ago
  • ‘3 Suitors 1 Husband’ to be staged at National Theatre o...
    An unforgettable day in the history of theatre in Ghana’ approaches with a stage play dubbed ‘3 Suitors 1 Husband’. The play parades top notch film makers on one stage at the National Theatre on 22nd September, 2018. It stars Akorfa Adjeani Asiedu; a veteran who has been… ... more
    CitiFm8 hours ago
  • Katanga alumni petition Akufo Addo over hall conversion  
    Alumni of the Katanga Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), wants President Akufo Addo to order authorities of the university to rescind their decision to convert the two male halls of the University into mixed halls. The Alumni say a presidential intervention will help end… ... more
    CitiFm8 hours ago
  • NPP serial callers rescind decision not to speak for the par...
    The Volunteer Media Communicators (VMC) of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), have rescinded their decision not to speak any longer for the party. This was announced by executives of the group at a press conference on Wednesday. Speaking to Citi News, an Executive member of the group, Eric Wiafe Akenteng,… ... more
    CitiFm9 hours ago
  • Newspaper headlines: Thursday, September 20, 2018
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  • Police arrest 22 suspected robbers in Kwahu
    Police in the Eastern Region has made significant headway in their quest to sanitize the region in protecting lives and properties with the arrest of 22 suspected armed robbers. The 22 suspects, including women, were picked up at their hideout at Anyiresu, a village on the banks of the Afram… ... more
    CitiFm10 hours ago
  • ACEP backs calls for removal of some fuel taxes
    Energy Think Tank, Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), has backed calls for the government to bring relief to fuel consumers by scrapping some taxes from the petroleum price build up. Fuel prices crossed the GHc5 per litre mark earlier in the week, giving rise to calls for government to… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Social injustices: Albinos through the eyes of a photographe...
    Ras Elihu is a photographer who exhibited at the just ended Social Media Week at the Accra Mall. Elihu, who’s also a former substance abuser says this project comes off on the back of #BlackLivesMatter where hashtags as #MelaninPopping were trending on social media. According to him, after rehabilitation, he… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Man City suffer shock loss to Lyon
    Manchester City’s Champions League campaign got off to a poor start as the Premier League champions suffered a surprise defeat against Lyon at the Etihad Stadium. Maxwel Cornet drilled the French visitors ahead after Fabian Delph failed to cut out Nabil Fekir’s cross. City, who are favourites to win this… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Sam George condemns tax waiver for China’s StarTimes
    NDC MP for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George, has criticised the government for furthering Chinese interests because of the tax waiver granted Chinese company, StarTimes, for its decision to offer digital TV experience to some 300 Ghanaian villages. Mr. George, a member of Parliament’s Communications committee, said on Citi TV’s Point of View that… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Bale scores for Real Madrid in win over Roma
    Real Madrid got their Champions League defence off to a winning start thanks to a comfortable victory over Roma. The Spanish side, looking to win the tournament for the fourth year in a row, dominated but were frustrated until Isco curled home from 25 yards out at the end of… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Tarkwa accident: Families blame ‘rickety’ school bus for...
    Parents and relatives of the six children who died in the Dompim Tarkwa accident which has so far claimed eight lives, are blaming the crash on the school’s rickety school bus. They also say the bus is often overloaded with more children on each trip. Eight persons; Six children and… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Pogba scores two as Man United ease past Young Boys
    Paul Pogba scored twice as Manchester United opened their Champions League Group H campaign with a comfortable win over Young Boys in Bern. Linking with Brazilian Fred, Pogba was inventive and precise for his first goal, checking on to his left foot and finding the top left corner from 18… ... more
    CitiFm11 hours ago
  • Liberia loses $104m in cash; Sirleaf, others banned from for...
    Fifteen Liberians, including the son of former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, are banned from leaving the country while the government investigates the whereabouts of $104 million in missing cash intended for the central bank, the government said A series of shipments of notes ordered by Liberia’s central bank from printers… ... more
    CitiFm23 hours ago
  • Mahama will be vindicated over Ghc40m BOST cash transfer –...
    The Minority NDC in parliament has called on the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), to fast-track investigations into the transfer of some GHc40 million from the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST), to the presidency, through an account allegedly run by the former Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah. According to… ... more
    CitiFm23 hours ago
  • NPP won’t allow a ‘DKM experience’, we’ll crack the ...
    Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong, has backed the government’s moves to clean up the financial space amid the controversy surrounding the minerals trading company, Menzgold Ghana Limited. Mr. Agyapong said the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration was wary of how the DKM saga, among other struggles within the financial… ... more
    CitiFm24 hours ago
  • Suspected motorbike thief stabbed to death at Okornya-Nkurak...
    A suspected motorcycle thief has been stabbed to death at Okornya-Nkurakan near Koforidua in the Eastern Region. The suspect, whose name was only given as Prince, is said to have carried out his operation with four other friends who escaped narrowly when some residents raised an alarm. Luck however eluded… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Scrap special petroleum tax to bring fuel prices down – Mi...
    The Minority in Parliament is demanding the scrapping of the special petroleum tax as a measure to cushion Ghanaians as the prices of petroleum products keep rising. According to the Minority Spokesperson on Mines and Energy, Adam Mutawakilu, the tax has outlived its usefulness at a time when world market… ... more
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  • Teacher licensure examination results to be released in Octo...
    The National Teaching Council says the results of the just ended controversial teacher licensure examination would be released by mid-October. This was contained in a press statement issued by the Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Education, Ekow Vincent Assafuah. According to the Council, a total number of 28,766… ... more
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  • Chamber of Mines engages students on skills needed for job m...
    The Director of External Relations and Communications at the Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM), Ahmed Nantogmah, has reminded tertiary students of the need to read programmes that will make them competitive in the job market. According to him, the solution to the problem of graduate unemployment is the need for… ... more
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  • Court summons AG over delays in J.B. Danquah murder case
    A Magistrate Court in Accra has ordered the Attorney General to appear before it to explain the delay in the commencement of the committal process for the suspects accused of killing the Abuakwa North MP J.B. Danquah-Adu. The Magistrate, Aret Nsomoah, gave the order after the representative of the AG… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Carl Lokko to sue Duke Micah over treacherous allegations
    Veteran boxing trainer Carl Lokko says he will drag Ghanaian boxer, Duke Micah, to court following a claim from the latter that he has been scheming with some unnamed individuals to swindle him of his fight earnings. According to him, Micah’s outburst on social media is baffling and lacks any… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • MOH inaugurates Ear Care technical working group
    The Ministry of Health in partnership with Starkey Hearing Foundation has inaugurated the technical working group for the development of a National Strategic Plan on ear and hearing health. The working group chaired by Nana Kwabena Adjei-Mensah, MOH Acting Chief Director, had Professor Emmanuel Kitcher, Co-Chair Ear, Nose and Throat… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • ‘Banknotes worth $60m vanish’ in Liberia
    The Liberian government says it is investigating what has happened to two huge consignments of money that were printed abroad and brought into the country between November last year and August this year. The money, said to be local banknotes worth about $60m (£45.6m), has allegedly disappeared. One media report… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • World Bank approves $50m for fight against galamsey
    The World Bank has approved 50 million dollars to support the government’s efforts at addressing illegal small-scale mining under activities outlined in the Multi-Sectoral Mining Integrated Project (MMIP). The draft manual of activities would be sponsored by the Bank and presented to its top management. The document is expected to… ... more
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  • Cute things couples can do to stay in touch instead of texti...
    It’s nice to have the ability to stay in touch with your partner even when they’re at work. But just because you can text them every few minutes doesn’t mean you should. If you’re worried about distracting yourself when you should be getting paid, there are other ways to stay connected… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Blame economic hardships on Nana Addo – Hassan Ayariga
    The leader of the All People’s Congress (APC), Hassan Ayariga, has criticized President Nana Akufo Addo and his government for the current economic hardships being faced by Ghanaians. According to him, the President has resorted to reckless economic decisions so far in his tenure, with the most recent being the… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • ‘Lucky’, we’ve got yellow fever! [Movie Revew]
    It has been an exciting time for Ghanaian cinema, and the much-anticipated film “Lucky” has been an absolute climax. After its release earlier this month, more and more Ghanaians have caught Lucky fever! Imagine a “Murphy’s Law” ridden day, where everything that could possibly go wrong does, that is… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Angry customer threatens to lead class-action suit against M...
    An aggrieved customer of troubled Menzgold Ghana Company Ltd., is threatening to rally a class action suit against the minerals trading company. According to her, Menzgold has not been transparent about the legality of their operations with the customers. In an interview with Citi News, the customer, who spoke on… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Economy is in good hands; we’re steering it well – Bawum...
    The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, says Ghana’s economy is in good hands and is being steered in the right direction for growth. He thus advised Ghanaians to ignore naysayers who believe the economy is on a downward trend instead. “Be reassured that this economy is in good hands. We… ... more
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  • Technician remanded for molesting four-year-old girl
    A 22-year-old technician who allegedly molested a four-year-old girl at Ashaley Botwe was on Tuesday remanded into Police custody by an Accra Circuit Court. Nurudeen Iddrisu is said to have inserted his finger into the victim’s vagina when the victim went into his room. Charged with indecent assault, Iddrisu has… ... more
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  • Armed men rob passengers on Kintampo-Tamale road
    Some suspected armed men robbed passengers, including a pastor and his wife of their personal belongings and an unspecified amount of money on the Kintampo-Buipe-Tamale road. Eight masked and armed men wielding SB short guns and cutlasses, blocked the road with timber logs, amidst firing of guns to scare drivers and passengers before robbing… ... more
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  • ‘Runaway’ businessman jailed 25 years for defiling 7-yea...
    Muntalla Mohammed Binlard, a businessman who defiled a seven-year-old girl at Nima has been sentenced to 25 years in absentia by an Accra Circuit Court. This was after the court had found Binlard aged 31, guilty on the charge of defilement, taking into consideration the extent of damage caused the… ... more
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  • Asia Argento threatens to sue Rose McGowan over ‘horrendou...
    Asia Argento has threatened to take “immediate legal action” against Rose McGowan unless the latter retracts a statement she made on 27 August following accusations of sexual assault against Argento by actor Jimmy Bennett. Argento posted a statement on social media demanding that within 24 hours McGowan retract the “horrendous lies” she claimed were… ... more
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  • Find alternatives to ease burden of to fuel price hikes – ...
    The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) wants the government to find alternatives to alleviate the burden the recent fuel price hikes have imposed on Ghanaians. COPEC had earlier called for a national dialogue to help find innovative ways of addressing the issue. Fuel prices have hit the 5 cedi mark… ... more
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  • Find alternatives to ease burden of fuel price hikes – COP...
    The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), wants the government to find alternatives to alleviate the burden brought on Ghanaians by the recent fuel price hikes. COPEC had earlier called for a national dialogue to help find innovative ways of addressing the issue. Fuel prices have hit the 5 cedi mark… ... more
    CitiFm1 day ago
  • Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu signs new five-year contract
    Chelsea’s Ethan Ampadu has signed a new five-year contract at the club. Ampadu, 18, who can play in defence or midfield, has made one Premier League appearance for Chelsea since joining from Exeter City in 2017. The Welshman has featured seven times for the first team, mostly in cup games,… ... more
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  • Appoint Rasheed Konlaabig as Sammy Awuku’s deputy – NPP...
    Regional organisers for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) want the party’s National Council to name Rasheed Konlaabig, as their new Deputy National Organiser. To them, Rasheed, who is the party’s Brong Ahafo Regional Organizer “is the most qualified person to assist Sammi Awuku [NPP National Organiser],” at the national… ... more
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  • NPP National Council to make new appointments today
    The National Council of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), will today,  Wednesday, meet to confirm the appointments of Deputy National Officers. The Deputy National Officers are expected to assist national officers in the discharge of their duties. Information reaching Citi News however indicates that Nana Obiri Boahen who was recently allegedly… ... more
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  • Nissan to set up assembly plant in Ghana – Bawumia
    Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia says international car manufacturing company, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd also wants to set up its assembly plant in Ghana. German car manufacturer, Volkswagen and Sinotruk International from China have all served notice of setting up assembly plants in Ghana. “We have talked about an… ... more
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  • Tanzania is about to outlaw online fact-checking
    Earlier in 2018 Tanzania’s government, under the leadership of President John Magufuli, introduced a new law for social media and blogs which saw the introduction of license fees for anyone effectively running a website in Tanzania. This led to the suspension of several blogs including the popular site, Jamii Forums.… ... more
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  • Spare parts dealers to demonstrate over high import charges
    A group calling itself National Concerned Spare Parts Dealers Association, has served notice to embark on a peaceful demonstration in Accra on Friday, September 21, 2018, to protest what they call increased taxes and other import levies affecting their business. “This has become necessary due to government incentive increase of… ... more
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  • North Korea agrees to shut down missile site – Moon
    Kim Jong-un has agreed to shut down one of North Korea’s main missile testing and launch sites, says South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in. After meeting in Pyongyang, the two leaders “agreed on a way to achieve denuclearisation,” said Mr Moon. The agreement was described by Mr Kim as a “leap… ... more
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  • US surgeon and girlfriend suspected of multiple drug rapes
    A California surgeon and his girlfriend have been charged with two sexual assaults, and investigators suspect there could be “hundreds” more victims. Grant William Robicheaux, 38, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, allegedly attacked two women they met at a bar and a restaurant in 2016. Prosecutors told the BBC “thousands… ... more
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  • Labour migration agencies demonstrate against gov’t ban
    The Coalition of Labour Migration Agencies is embarking on a demonstration to register their displeasure over the suspension of their operations by the government. The group made up of close to 200 returnee migrants, dismissed workers and some unemployed youth marched through the principal streets of Accra to protest what… ... more
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  • Newspaper headlines: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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  • StarTimes won’t manage DTT platform, GIBA ‘misinformed...
    The Deputy Minister of Communications, George Andah, has dispelled suggestions that Chinese broadcaster, StarTimes, has been contracted to manage the country’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) network platform. According to him, StarTimes have been brought on to the project solely to enhance the platform. The Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) had earlier… ... more
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  • GH UCL Radar: Asamoah, Boakye-Yiadom feature on opening nigh...
    Kwadwo Asamoah and Richmond Boakye-Yiadom all got starts for Inter Milan and Red Star Belgrade respectively on Tuesday’s installment of the opening round of this season’s UEFA Champions League. For Kwadwo Asamoah, it was an eventful match as his assist to Inter captain, Mauro Icardi, in the 86th minute helped… ... more
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