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I’M STILL AT POST – AFOKO

 

The suspended National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Paul Afoko says he is still at post.

FDA CONFISCATES ADULTERATED PALM OIL FROM 10 ACCRA MARKETS

Large quantities of adulterated palm oil have been confiscated by the Food and Drugs Authority from 10 major markets in Accra and Tema.

FOUR ROBBERY VICTIMS DIE IN BIZARRE ACCIDENT

Four passengers died and seven others sustained injuries when an Albion truck ran over them after they had been robbed by suspected armed robbers on the Karaga-Gushegu road in the Northern Region on Sunday.

ANAS NEW VIDEO POPS UP

Lawyers representing some court clerks indicated in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas judicial bribery and corruption scandal were confronted with new videos showing their clients allegedly receiving bribes.

NDC CHASES NANA OVER CORRUPTION

The governing National Democratic Congress has conducted a series of secret investigations into the political life of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, aimed at indicting the New Patriotic Party presidential candidate for corruption.

POWER BARGE SAILS TUESDAY; EXPECTED IN GHANA IN 10 DAYS

The first power barge to produce 225 megawatts of electricity to alleviate the rolling power cuts, christened ‘dumsor’ is expected to set sail to Ghana on Tuesday after a brief commissioning ceremony.

AFOKO TO APPEAL SUSPENSION

Embattled chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Paul Afoko has indicated that he would resort to an “appropriate party structure” in his quest to set aside a decision by the National Executive Council which led to his suspension last Friday.

COCOBOD, LBCS TUSSLE OVER DIRECTIVE

Some cocoa Licensed Buying Companies (LBCs) have called on the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), the industry regulator, to reconsider to decision to accept seed-fund guarantees from only universal banks.

TERPKER PLOTS EUROBOND RETURN

After issuing a $1 billion Eurobond at a coupon rate of 10.75 percent this month, Finance Minister Seth Terpker has confirmed that government will issue another $500 million when ‘conditions’ in the market become favourable.

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