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Top Ghana News Headlines For Today Monday 28th September 2020


*Govt has identified sources of funding to Western Togoland secessionists – Oppong-Nkrumah


*Mahama, NDC deafening silence on Western Togoland attack worrying – Vim Lady


*Free SHS: I misjudged NPP’s implementation – Kabila confesses


*Don’t trust flip-floping Mahama – Akufo-Addo


*What may have spurred the Western Togoland turf war – Awoemefia’s Spokesperson hints


*Election 2020: NPP MP Ama Sey to go independent


*Ex-Minister takes on alleged lesbian soldier who married partner in uniform


*You don’t react to everything when working in the public space – Kwami Sefa Kayi


*Western Togoland: Ghana now dealing with three separatist groups – Reports


*Sekou Nkrumah petitions IGP over ‘fraudster’ Onzy Anwar


*Gabby Otchere-Darko wades into Western Togoland saga


*Government to publish images of kingpins behind secessionist group


*Oxfam-NCCE collaborate to educate residents of Sekondi-Takoradi on coronavirus


*Prince Lamptey Tetteh consoles Rawlings


*NDC is deliberately frustrating EC – Mame Yaa Aboagye


*John Mahama resumes Bono Regional tour


*NDC’s desperation defies logic; they are just making unnecessary noises – Mame Yaa


*It’ll be constitutional crisis for Mahama to be sworn in for the third time as President – Chairman Wontumi


*Agona East District Assembly supports PWDs


*Western Togoland attack: Let’s project the beautiful Volta Region – Gabby


*Ghanaians advised to observe coronavirus protocols to prevent new infections


*1,585 die in road carnage in Ghana in 8 months


*Alavanyo Traditional Area condemns attack by secessionist group


*Amansie South to benefit from 100-kilometre road construction


*Korley Klottey must vote for change in continuity – NPP


*Hohoe Chiefs dissociate themselves from secessionists’ group


*NPP needs to rule for many years – Freddie Blay


*Leave no one behind in NPP’s campaign drive – Chairman


*Deal with secessionist group – Awoamefia


*Government will continue to create more jobs – Deputy Minister ©




*Ex-Kotoko striker Dauda Mohammed tests positive for coronavirus


*Richard Kingson among greatest African goalkeepers in Premier League history


*KP Boateng in attendance as new club AC Monza begin Serie B campaign


*Kudus assists as 10-man Ajax defeat Tannane’s SBV Vitesse


*I’m ever-ready for Black Stars call-up – Adam Kwarasey


*Ghana’s Duke Micah knocked out in round 3 by Casimero


*Kotoko to start training on Wednesday after mandatory coronavirus tests


*I don’t regret playing for Ghana – Kwarasey shoots down Odartey Lamptey


*CSKA Moscow interested in Ghana’s Emmanuel Toku


*Tariq Lamptey undecided on international future


*Crystal Palace boss Hodgson explains Schlupp’s absence in Everton loss


*GFA President receives signed PSG jersey from Kylian Mbappé


*Daniel Amartey impresses in first league game in two years


*We don’t have a replacement for Iddrisu Baba if he leaves – Real Mallorca coach ©




*Akufo-Addo saves Ghana US$200m in renegotiated power purchase deal with CENIT Energy


*Target single digit interest rate – Economist to government


*Government deceived public by changing methodology for deficit calculation – Terkper


*63 years of BoG’s existence too long to have only two women as Deputy Governors – Elsie Awadzi


*Accounts of customers of defunct financial institutions credited – CBG


*Government must restore reputation with payment of contractors – Economist


*ADB to commit 50 percent of loans to agricultural development


*CEO of Quick Angels Limited adjudged overall winner at the 2020 40 under 40 awards


*Romeo Seshie wins Banking and Finance category at the 40 under 40 awards


*Government will ensure employment security for communication sector workers – Minister


*GEPA CEO commends women in coconut farming, pledges gov’t support for industry


*Government remains committed to resourcing aquaculture sector – Ato Cudjoe

Stakeholders maintain freight rates for cocoa shipment


*Government to save more than $200 million in CENIT amended power purchase agreement ©




*I’ve quit music – Kontihene


*Nana Aba Anamoah praised for offering help to two street hawkers


*Chief of Staff, others honoured by Glitz Africa


*Rev Obofour gifts couple house, car and money to cater for their triplets


*Jackie Appiah, McBrown, other stars storm Nkonkonsa’s child naming ceremony


*Swedru MP has been absent since we voted in 2016 – Patapaa laments


*I don’t entertain unnecessary gossip – Jackie Appiah shuts down pregnancy rumours


*I did not monetize my music that much – Ben Brako


*Don’t stay away from friends — A Plus on how to quit smoking


*Bloggers’ Forum: Why Shatta Wale was featured in a textbook, showbiz and stunts


*I used to sleep on an empty stomach – Delay reveals


*Kelvyn Boy set to release maiden album ‘Black Star’


*I will not impregnate my wife again – Rev. Obofour


*‘It is offensive to say I sing like Wendy Shay and Ebony’ – Iona Reine ©




*Disney partners with Nollywood to bring American movies to English-speaking West Africa


*Tough visa rules for African students seeking to study in US


*Quarrel over woman ends with two men killing each other


*South African defence minister’s pay docked over use of air force plane


*We cannot be this corrupt – Sierra Leone president


*Christians in Uganda throng churches after Museveni relaxed virus restrictions


*Israel Adesanya retains middleweight title with ease in Abu Dhabi


*South African player dies after complaining of dizziness during training


*Italian family fosters Gambian migrant: ‘The son we never had’


*I hate cheap gifts because they make no economic sense – Actress Sylvia Oluchy


*Somali, Kenyan troops exchange gunfire in border firefight


*South African defence minister’s pay docked over use of air force plane


*Brain-eating microbe: US city warned over water supply ©




*Mass arrests and tear gas in Belarus on seventh weekend of protests


*Armenia and Azerbaijan erupt into fighting over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh


*India’s controversial farm bills become law despite protests


*UK wants university students to be able to go home for Christmas despite coronavirus


*Switzerland firmly rejects end of free movement with EU – projection


*Amy Coney Barrett: Trump nominates conservative favourite for Supreme Court


*Ukraine’s president orders prompt investigation of plane crash


*Sir David Attenborough breaks Jennifer Aniston’s Instagram record


*Coronavirus: Global deaths may hit two million before vaccine is used – WHO


*Conor McGregor ‘boxing Manny Pacquiao next’ in Middle East


*Mitsubishi Motors to cut 500-600 jobs to reduce costs – Sources


*Trump plans to nominate conservative judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court


*Takeover battle looms for UK bookmaker


*Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state in US capitol ©





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