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Nigeria/Liberia: I Knew I Would Score for Eagles - Efe E-mail

Calabar — Celtic and Super Eagles defender, Efe Ambose who opened the gate of goals for the Eagles against Lone Star of Liberia on Saturday in Calabar has said he knew he would score for the team.

We may sack Rawlings - Gen. Mosquito E-mail
General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has revealed that the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) may penalize former President Jerry John Rawlings over his appearance at the congress of the National Democratic Party (NDP) on Saturday.
Many feared dead in 207 bus accident on Graphic Road E-mail

A Mallam-Accra bound 207 Benz bus early Monday dawn tipped over the newly constructed overhead bridge on the Graphic Road, resulting in a freak accident.

Nana, Rawlings meeting won’t affect NDC – Quashigah E-mail

The ruling National Democratic Congress says Thursday’s meeting between its founder ex-President Jerry Rawlings and NPP flag-bearer Nana Akufo-Addo will not adversely affect the NDC's electoral fortunes.

Ghana FA bans winning bonuses E-mail
The Ghana FA no longer pays winning bonuses at major tournaments, its president tells The revelation has come at a time the outfit has been under fire for ostensibly failing to reward the national under 17 national team currently in Azerbaijan.
Ghana police arrest Vodafone cable thieves E-mail
Ghana Police has arrested two youths who were caught in the act of stealing Vodafone Ghana cables in the Mile 7 area on Tuesday morning. Police were alerted around 8am in the morning when five youths parked a private truck in the Mile 7 area in Achimota and started digging up Vodafone network cables.
Ghana must respond to Ivorian mercenary allegations by UN E-mail

A senior research fellow at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in South Africa, Col. (Retd) Festus Boahen Aboagye, has criticized a UN expert panel for releasing findings on an Ivorian mercenary structure in Ghana and preparing to present them to the UN Security Council before consulting Ghana’s government.

POTAG, Minister tango over polytechnic upgrade E-mail

The Kumasi branch of the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana has criticized the NDC for what it says is the party’s ignorance of the current status of polytechnics and what their real needs are.

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