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One man’s recklessness led to Ahmed’s death – Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has said investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale was killed because “one man recklessly unmasked” him and “issued threats of violence” against the now-deceased 31-year-old. Mr Ahmed Hussein-Suale, an undercover journalist who played an instrumental role in the recent exposé in African football, was shot dead on Wednesday while on his way home. His death has generated …

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Ahmed Hussien-Suale’s killers identified – MP reveals

It has emerged that police has identified the killers of the undercover journalist with Tiger Eye PI Ahmed Hussien-Suale. Member of Parliament for Sekondi constituency, Andrew Kofi Agyapa Mercer revealed this on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme Monday. The deceased, Ahmed Hussein-Suale was shot and killed by two assassins as he left his family house ostensibly to go take care …

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CAF Confed Cup: Kotoko reach group stage for the first time in 11 years

Asante Kotoko secured a place in the CAF Confederation Cup group stages for the first time since 2008 with a 2-1 win over Coton Sport in Kumasi to progress 5-3 on aggregate. Leading 3-2 from the first leg, the Porcupine Warriors wrapped up the tie with two goals before the 60th minute. Amos Frimpong stayed composed to put Kotoko ahead …

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Former workers of Consolidated Bank given Provident Fund, Pension contribution

Former workers of the five consolidated banks, Unibank, Beige, Royal, Construction and Sovereign banks may be heaving a sigh of relief as Citi Business News has gathered the workers can now access their tier 3 pension contributions, and Provident Funds. The Provident Fund is money the workers voluntarily contributed personally to a scheme which was managed by privately owned insurance …

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Committee of Eminent Chiefs congratulate new Yaa Naa

The Committee of Eminent Chiefs chaired by His Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has congratulated the Yo Na Alhaji Abukari Mahama on his recent nomination as the new Yaa Naa of Dagbon. The Yo Na was on Friday offered cola nuts and pieces of straw as a symbol of triumph and authority as the incoming Yaa Naa – Overlord of …

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I’ll release ‘Part 2’ of ‘Who Watches the Watchman’ to expose Anas more – Kennedy Agyapong

Ace politician and Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Honourable Kennedy Agyapong has said he will release a more deadly part two of his “Who Watches the Watchman” documentary, MyNewsGh.com has learnt. Mr Kennedy Agyapong who first premiered the “Who watches the watchman” video at the forecourt of his Ken City Media at Madina in Accra said he’s not done …

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Ghana is hard – Rawlings

Former President Jerry John Rawlings says Ghanaians are going through very hard times. According to Mr. Rawlings, the situation is profound hence there is the need for all to extend a helping hand to those who are in need. “We all know how hard things are in Ghana right now,” he admits. “Times are really hard and during critical moments …

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Afia Schwar told me Despite wanted to use her for money rituals – Ex Lover

Controversial media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger is in headlines again- this time heavily exposed by her ex-boyfriend, Prince Williams. Prince Williams who somewhere at the end of last year, broke up with Afia has made some shocking revelations about the self-acclaimed queen of comedy on what she said about people to him when they were together. According to the thick-tall-giant ex-lover, …

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Jomoro MP donates knapsack spraying machines to cocoa farmers

Member of Parliament for Jomoro Constituency in the Western Region, Hon. Paul Essien popularly known as ‘Jomoro David’ has donated six knapsack spraying machines worth 15,000 Ghana Cedis to cocoa farmers in some cocoa growing communities. The donation forms part of his 2016 electioneering campaign pledge to boost cocoa production in the constituency. Making the donation over the weekend at …

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Lacuna exists in fiscal responsibility act – Prof. Peter Quartey

Economist, Prof. Peter Quartey believes although President Akufo-Addo has passed the Fiscal Responsibility Act, to anchor fiscal discipline and ensure prudence in the management of the economy as the Act establishes both the Fiscal Council and Financial Stability Council, there is a lacuna which allows the finance minister to overspend. The former Head of Economics Department at the University of …

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