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    Police round up 9 more suspects over Delta Force attack

    The police in Kumasi have arrested nine more suspects over the attack by pro-NPP vigilante group, Delta Force, on the Ashanti Regional Security Coordinator. This brings to 14 the total number of people arrested by the police in connection with the assault on George Agyei. Ashanti Regional Police PRO, ASP Nketia[…]

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    Gov’t approves GHC559 NSS allowance

    The government has approved the amount of GHC559 to be paid as monthly allowance to National Service personnel. Payments of the upward adjustment start from April 1, management of the National Service Secretariat has said. Acting NSS Executive Director, Ussif Mustapha, in a statement Thursday thanked President Nana Addo Dankwa[…]

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    Wutah Is Not Reuniting – Wutah Afriyie

    Yes, the news that defunct music group, Wutah will come together to perform at the Rhythms On Da Runway show on Saturday, April 1 is true. But the news that the duo is coming back as a group for good is not true. There are no plans for a permanent[…]

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    “Ghanaian women must aspire to be head coaches”

    Priscilla Adubea, a member of the National Women Football team, the Black Queens, has said, female coaches in the country must aim at heading the various national women football teams in Ghana. In an interview with the GNA Sports, Adubea, a sensational goal poacher for the Black Queens, said, women’s[…]

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    Local Coaches Not Good Enough For Black Stars Job – Ghana FA Chief

    A top member of the football governing body believes there is currently no native worthy of the Black Stars job. Black Stars Management Committee vice chairman Wilfred Kweku Osei says no Ghanaian coach is currently “well-positioned” to manage the national outfit. The four-time African champions are looking to name a[…]

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    I Was Not Forced Out – BoG Governor Confirms Resignation

    Dr Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku has explained that he resigned as Governor of the Bank of Ghana on personal grounds. Confirming to Graphic Online that he has presented his resignation letter earlier in the day, Dr Issahaku said: “They did not force me out. It was a personal decision”. Speculations had been[…]

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