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2016-08-25 Ghana Is Not Safe - Deputy Speaker
[Ghanaian Chronicle] Kumasi -The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Member of Parliament (MP) for Essikado in the Western Region, Joe Ghartey, has raised the alarm over what he says is a general insecurity system in the country.

2016-08-26 Hollywood Star Boris Kodjoe Proudly Celebrates Ghanaian Heritage
[Ghana Star] Hollywood actor, Boris Kodjoe, full name Boris Frederic Cecil Tay-Natey Ofuatey-Kodjoe has given a big shoutout to his Ghanaian heritage by uploading a photo on his Facebook and adding a touching history to it.

2016-08-25 Mahama's Helicopter Tour Not Due to Bad Roads - NDC
[Ghana Star] The National Democratic Congress (NDC), has dismissed suggestions that President Mahama used helicopters during his tour of the Northern Region because of the deplorable state of roads in that part of the country.

2016-08-25 I Don't Make Enough Money From Music - Samuel Owusu
[Ghana Star] Ace highlife musician, Samuel Owusu has said that he hardly makes money from the music industry in recent times.

2016-08-25 Obinim to Spend the Night in Police Cell
[Ghana Star] The Founder of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, will spend at least one night in a police cell following his arrest on Tuesday.

2016-08-25 We'll Vote Against Mahama - God's Way Church
[Ghana Star] The leadership of the International God's Way Church has served notice the entire church will vote against President John Mahama for "humiliating" their founder Bishop Daniel Obinim.

2016-08-25 17 Workers Sue Children's Hospital
[Ghana Star] Seventeen workers of the Princess Marie Louise Hospital (Children's Hospital) in Accra have sued the hospital at the Industrial Division of the Accra High Court for engaging them as casual workers for between four and 13 years.

2016-08-25 Ghana Not Ready for Electronic Voting - EC
[Ghana Star] The Electoral Commission (EC) has said Ghana is not ready for an electronic voting system despite technological advancement in the 21st Century.

2016-08-25 Female Politicians to Sue Over Neglect
[Ghana Star] Some female politicians have suggested that the surest means to increase women's role in governance is to sue political leaders who violate the United Nation's threshold for women representation in governance.

2016-08-25 Abusive Politicians Earn Cabinet Jobs - Kwesi Aning
[Ghana Star] Since Ghana's return to multiparty democracy in 1992, the trend has been that opposition politicians who use foul language in campaigning have often been rewarded with Cabinet positions once their parties come to power, Dr Emmanuel Kwesi Aning, a security analyst with the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping and Training Centre (KAIPTC), has said.

2016-08-25 Mahama Acted Under 'Orchestrated Pressure' to Free Montie 3
[Ghana Star] The Acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party(NPP), John Boadu says the alleged pressure mounted from the governing NDC side which saw President Mahama invoking his Prerogative of Mercy under Article 72 of the 1992 constitution to free the Montie 3 were orchestrated.

2016-08-25 Go to Court If You Disagree With U.S. - Council of State
[Ghana Star] A Member of the Council of State -the body which advised President John Mahama to free the Montie three - has dared anyone who disagrees with their decision to go to court for redress.

2016-08-25 ECH Staff Threaten Nationwide Blackout Over Concession Moves
[Ghana Star] Workers of the Electricity of Company are threatening a nationwide blackout on Friday as part of their protest against moves by government to privatise the company.

2016-08-25 Family of Dr. Ali Gabass Plead for Presidential Pardon
[Ghana Star] Family Members and friends of incarcerated Former Medical Director of Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, Sekondi Dr. Ali Gabass, are appealing to President John Dramani Mahama to show compassion and pardon him.

2016-08-25 Nonviolent Revolt in the Twenty-First Century
[Ghana Star] I sometimes wonder whether one of the ways in which 'Amercian exceptionalism' manifests is that many US scholars and others are unable to consider the contributions of those who are not from the USA. For example, I routinely read about studies of Martin Luther King Jr. and his associates (such as strategist James Lawson) in relation to nonviolence while the much more insightful and vastly greater contributions of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi on the same subject are largely ignored by US scholars (although no

2016-08-25 Obinim Supporters Scream 'Leave Our Angel Alone'
[Ghana Star] Hundreds of followers of Bishop Daniel Obinim have massed up at the Nima Police Station in Accra to demand the release of their Pastor.

2016-08-25 Ghanaians Can't Endure Another Four Years of Hardship
[Ghana Star] Yesterday's demonstration by the coalition of opposition parties in the Northern region, against the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government, is a clear indication that the hardship in the country has reached a crescendo.

2016-08-25 63 Groups Petition IGP, Demand Arrest of Prime Suspect
[Ghana Star] Pursuant to its earlier call on the Police over the missing Abuja business woman, Charity Aiyedogbon, 63 Civil Society Organisations under the aegis of Coalition against Crime in Nigeria have petitioned Nigeria's Inspector General of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris, urging him to take necessary steps to effect the arrest of a prime suspect in the matter, Paul Chukwujekwu Ezeugo, presently at large.

2016-08-25 Indecent Language - NPP Is Far Better Than Any Party
[Ghana Star] The outgoing Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey says the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is far better than any other political party when it comes to the use of intemperate and indecent language in the media space.

2016-08-25 Nyantekyi Ridicules Sports Minister With 'Serial Caller' Jibes
[Ghana Star] Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi has scaled up the on-going war of words between the sector Minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye and the the GFA by claiming the minister's criticism of the Ghana Premier League was like that of a serial caller.

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