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Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
Date: 23-01-2014 Time: 05:01:24:am

NPP REGIONAL POLLS SPLIT RANKS BETWEEN AKUFO-ADDO, ALAN CAMPS

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Saturday goes on the polls to elect its regional officers. All looks set for the elections, which appear to have divided the party faithful between Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Mr Alan Kyerematen camps.

WE'LL STOP ILLEGAL MINING - PREZ

President John Mahama has told the World Economic Forum (WEF) session on Responsible Mineral Development Initiative in Switzerland that the Ghana government is determined to free the mining sector from illegal mining activities.

GOV'T, WOYOME AGREED TO PAYMENT OF TWO INSTALMENTS - SARFO BUABENG

A new revelation concerning what conspired before two instalments of GHC17 million each were paid to businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has emerged.

JILTED MAN POSTS GIRLFRIEND'S NUDE PICTURES ON FACEBOOK

Feeling peeved for being jilted by his fiance, a man decided to post naked pictures of his former lover on Facebook.

NANA SWERVES NPP POWER BROKERS

The 2012 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, was initially  expected back in Ghana on Thursday January 27, 2014 has cancelled any such plans indefinitely, Daily Guide can confirm.

TEMA HOUSES FLATTENED

About 3,000 residents of Promise Land near Adjei-Kojo in the Tema West Constituency have been rendered homeless following a demolition exercise embarked upon by the Tema Development Corporation (TDC) to rid the area of illegal structures.

'WHO SAID TWEAAA' DCE HOT

Controversial District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ahafo Ano South, Gabriel Barima, known for his infamous 'who said tweaa?' refrain, is in trouble.

RANDY ABBEY BUYS LIONS

Ghana Football Association Executive Member Randy Abbey is now the majority shareholder of premiership side Heart of Lions.

BUSINESSES CRY OUT UNDER GROWING TAX BURDEN

This year government is looking to significantly increase its tax revenues as a way of meeting substantially higher statutory public expenditure, closing a huge financing gap that is costing the nation dearly.

THE BATTLE TO SAVE THE CEDI

Once again, for the second time in a period of barely twenty months,  the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has introduced new measures to stabilise the dwindling Cedi.

Daily Heritage

HORRIBLE POLICE STATION MOCKS SERVICE; ONLY ONE POLICE OFFICER HANDLES ABOUT 15,000 RESIDENTS

Residents of Badu in the Tain district of the Brong Ahafo Region are appealing to the President, John Dramani Mahama, the Ghana Police Service and philanthropists to urgently provide a permanent  and decent building to house their laughable police station.

MASSIVE FRAUD ROCKS GCB; 5 ARRESTED

The Anyinam branch manager of Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB), John Nyantakyi Boateng, 41,  and an accountant/teller at the same branch, Seth Owusu Amankwa, 42, have been picked by the police together with three other suspects for their alleged involvement in a GHC 657, 700 fraud case.

The Insight

WHO IS TELLING THE TRUTH? JAKE OBETSEBI LAMPTEY OR KENEDY AGYAPONG?

All of them cannot be telling the truth. One of them is seriously lying through his teeth but the question remains which one of them is telling the truth?

MAHAMA GAMBLING WITH LIVES OF GHANAIANS

As if featuring in a game of uncertainties where one cannot determine what the outcome would be, President John Dramani Mahama is said to be gambling with the lives of Ghananians.

1ST NATIONAL ON WHEELS

One of the fastest growing financial institutions in the country, 1st National, yesterday out-doored its mobile banking vans at its headquarters at Asylum Down in Accra.

AKUFO-ADDO POSTPONES RETURN TO GHANA - AS PRESSURE MOUNTS ON HIM TO LEAD NPP IN 2016

The teaming fans and supporters of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, 2012 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party, will have to wait for extra weeks before welcoming their hero back into the country, following yesterday's announcement that he would not arrive on Monday, January 27 as widely anticipated.

MURTALA NOT 'WORTHY OF TAX PAYERS' MONEY - NANA AKOMEA REPLIES INFORMATION MINISTER OVER GYEEDA ROT

Former Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akomea, says government functionaries, like Murtala Mohammed, a Deputy Minister of Information and Media Relations, do not deserve to be paid with the tax payers' money when they fail to take the required action on alleged criminal acts they claim were perpetuated by officials of the former NPP government.

HUNT THEM ALL DOWN - COURT ORDERS ARREST OF BANK OFFICIALS

The Court of Appeal has ordered the arrest and prosecution of the directors of Onward Investment Limited for engaging in an illegal banking business which has caused depositors to lose their investments.

MAN BEATEN TO DEATH OVER PHONE

The Tema Police have arreste three people for allegedly murdering a 27-year-old man, known as Nyame Bakyere.

12 ARRESTED FOR ROLE IN MOB ATTACK IN ARS CHURCH

The Anti-Armed Robbery Unit of the Ghana Police Service, yesterday arrested 12 people suspected to be part of the mob which attacked, and vandalised the church building of he Apostles Revelation Society (ARS), at Tadzevu, in the Volta Region.

WOYOME WAS TO BE PAID GHC 17M

A police investigator yesterday told an Accra Fast Track Court that businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome, was supposed to be paid GHC 17 million instead of GHC 51 million per an order by the Accra High Court.

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