Top News Headlines In Ghana For Saturday 6th June, 2020

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GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES….
  • Coronavirus: Ghana records highest death toll in a day with over 9,000 cases
  • Venture Capital trial: Former CEO, 2 others plead guilty; agree on settlement
  • Anonymous Ghanaian citizens start processes to remove Jean Mensa from office
  • Cars being cleared for GH¢14 on ‘quack’ UNIPASS platform – IMANI
  • African-Americans are the cause of their own woes – Diplomatic expert
  • You can’t be NPP flagbearer – Asiedu Nketia tells Bawumia
  • Tema motorway brouhaha: Akufo-Addo must learn to give credit where it is due – Sammy Gyamfi
  • Kwesi Pratt storms off ‘Kokrokoo’ set after ‘friendly fire’ from co-panelists
  • NPP NEC clears disqualified aspirants
  • Today in History: Rawlings explains why he doesn’t criticise Akufo-Addo’s government
  • Mahama’s ‘so-called unprecedented infrastructure’ was ‘Green Book fantasy’ – Akufo-Addo
  • EC declines to appear before Parliament on June 9
  • Rawlings only repeated what Nana Addo has been saying on EC – Carlos Ahenkorah
  • NABCO trainees appeal for permanent jobs
  • Coronavirus: Hungarian Ambassador, others donate to University of Ghana Hospital
  • Forestry commission seizes GH¢350,000 worth of illegal lumber
  • A Plus damns Ghana wreath-laying ceremony for George Floyd
  • EC urged to uphold electoral integrity
  • More than 3 million Ghana Cards to be issued from June 8
  • AMA commences data collection exercise for churches and mosques
  • ‘Coronavirus vessel’ arrested at Tema Port
  • Prisoners ask for isolation centre, freedom for minor offenders
  • Stranded Ghanaians in every part of the world will be evacuated – Foreign Affairs Minister
  • Independent presidential aspirants to unseat NDC-NPP in 2020 elections
  • 2020 elections: Independent presidential aspirants promise to end NDC-NPP monopoly
  • Parliament still in talks with EC to brief the House – Majority Leader
  • 4 dragged to court for gang rape of teenager
  • Divergent opinions on new register is the beauty of democracy – NPP’s Buaben Asamoa
  • Stop bastardizing the EC – Nana Boakye cautions NDC
  • Four armed robbers arrested for stealing 60 cattle
  • NPP begins campaign to mobilise supporters in Zongo commmunities for new register
  • Chinese Ambassador pays farewell visit to Foreign Minister
  • Interior Ministry renews curfew on Alavanyo, Nkonya, others
  • MMDAs must relocate markets from school parks before reopening
  • Community Mining Scheme to create 16,000 jobs nationwide – Minister
  • Racism is deep-rooted in Africans – Diplomatic expert
  • Non-communicable diseases to go up after coronavirus – Dr. Wiafe Addai warns
  • NPP delegates make lamb sacrifice to resist candidate
  • NPP delegates make lamb sacrifice to resist candidate
  • South Dayi DCE allegedly spends 20,000 premix fuel money allocated for community development
  • Burnt 10-year-old girl appeals for assistance to undergo skin graft surgery
  • High Court varies bail conditions of six in treason trial
  • Cut-throat evacuation, quarantining cost for stranded Ghanaians worrying – Ablakwa
  • Eyes on the Ground: North Tongu residents decry poor roads
  • Ghana’s Kasapreko Company Limited taps into Standard Chartered’s US$1 billion financing programme to boost its efforts in tackling coronavirus
  • Voting open for 5th EMY Africa Awards
  • 3 siblings burnt to death at Sefwi Bibiani
  • Eyes on the ground: Gbetsile residents call out chief for his alleged roles in flooding
  • PNC Chairman seeks injunction against EC, AG
  • AMA begins data collection of churches, mosques
  • Virtual George Floyd concert senseless – Sam George
  • Christian Professionals warn EC against new voter register
  • Twenedurase residents receive support from natives abroad
  • Redundant construction workers of Tema interchange agitated over unpaid salaries
  • Coronavirus: Health facilities reviewing protocols amidst infection of frontline staff
  • Eyes on the Ground: Policeman ‘mercilessly’ assaults 14-year-old son at Pigfarm
  • Stigmatisation is an abuse of rights – CHRAJ
  • Ghana’s ills more than ten-fold now compared to June 4 – Nunoo Mensah
  • We need to support our black brothers in America to fight racism – Tourism minister tells Ghanaians
  • Royal House Chapel remains closed despite goby’s directive

SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES…

  • Aburihene petitions Akufo-Addo to rename Accra Sports Stadium after Ohene Djan
  • Debate: Is Abedi Ayew Pele the greatest African footballer of all time?
  • Inter Milan star Kwadwo Asamoah grows ‘Afro’ hair during lockdown
  • Flashback: Kufour built the Tamale Stadium nicer than Wembley – Ex-Kumasi Mayor
  • My mum and wife were unhappy following reports I had been dropped due to the wedding- Felix Annan
  • Asante Kotoko is the originator of bribery in Ghana football- Alhaji Grusah
  • PSG goes on the offensive for Thomas Partey
  • CK Akonnor is my best Black Stars player in history – John Paintsil
  • Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac eyes Black Stars return
  • Ebenezer Assifuah completes move to newly promoted Pau Football Club
  • ’I would be your Muhammad Ali’ – Kevin-Prince Boateng on racial unrest in the United States
  • Hearts of Oak set to appoint Hesse Odamptey as deputy coach
  • Sport is the best immune booster – Great Olympics chief Commodore
  • I will like to play for Hearts or Kotoko someday – Kwesi Donsu confess

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES…

  • Accra International Conference Centre gradually rots away
  • Komenda Sugar Factory agreement will come to Parliament soon — Trade Minister
  • Gov’t received GH¢139m as dividends in 2018 – Report
  • State-owned companies record GH¢3.1bn in losses
  • Venture capital case: Fmr CEO agrees to refund Gh¢15m
  • Agri-Cattle Lakeside estate wins land case against Nii Adjetey Obour Buor II of Teshie
  • Coronavirus: We’ve a trillion dollars available to spend on countries – IMF
  • Bank of Ghana reviews banks and SDI’s compliance
  • Listed Bank equities as an investment option
  • Central banks remain positive towards gold despite lower buying in April
  • Benchmark Index rebounds on the back of MTN Ghana
  • US$450,000 FX Auction rejected but bids oversubscribed by 202%
  • To build cashless economy, gov’t must take the lead – digital experts
  • Minority calls on govt to reverse 100% increase in BOST margins
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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES

  • Bloggers’ Forum: eShun fights ex manager, Shatta Wale tops Ghana’s Youtube list
  • June 3rd disaster: I rescued some victims from the fire spiritually – Obinim brags
  • Flashback: Top Ghanaian celebrities who cannot keep a secret
  • Patapaa calls Kuami Eugene ‘lucifer’, insists he is not a highlife artiste
  • Lil Win apologises to former Cocobod CEO for defaming him
  • The late Kwadwo Wiafe to be laid to rest on 4th July, 2020
  • Mona Gucci replies Yvonne Nelson’s lawsuit, warns her not to disgrace herself
  • Moans & Cuddles Episode 7: How depression affects the stability of relationships
  • I will forever be grateful to Shatta Wale – Patapaa
  • Krymi dishes out new love song ‘So Damn Fine’
  • Hypocritical Sarkodie knows nothing about politics – Presenter tears into rapper
  • Stop comparing me and Kuami Eugene – KiDi
  • Shatta Wale warns bloggers against free downloads
  • Efya doesn’t let stardom interfere with her music – Reynolds The Gentleman

AFRICA NEWS HEADLINES

  • Buhari is not in charge of Nigeria – Wole Soyinka
  • Coronavirus: WHO country head in Equatorial Guinea sacked
  • Doctor handed suspended jail term for Patrick Ekeng death
  • South Sudan minister resigns over peace deal
  • US unemployment sees surprise improvement in May
  • ’Being a black man in the US is very difficult’ – Kei Kamara
  • FGM: Egyptian father ‘used coronavirus lie to trick daughters’ into procedure
  • Dbanj goes mute over rape allegations
  • Girl, 17 arrested with her 25-year-old boyfriend for faking her own kidnapping
  • Burundi court rejects jailed journalists’ appeal
  • Nigerian undergraduate arrested for child molestation
  • How I battled, survived coronavirus – Benue female ex-Reps

WORLD NEWS HEADLINES

  • Kanye West donates $2 million, pays college tuition for George Floyd’s daughter
  • Celebrities, politicians flock to George Floyd’s memorial service in Minneapolis
  • Australia moves to ban anti-racism protest citing virus
  • George Floyd protests: Ex-top general rebukes Trump over troops threat
  • Coronavirus: Madagascar minister fired over $2m lollipop order
  • Trump invokes George Floyd in celebration of jobs report
  • Lone protester left bleeding after buffalo cops push him to the ground
  • Japan aims to have coronavirus vaccines in use by June 2021
  • Brexit: UK backtracking on commitments – Michel Barnier
  • Sancho and Dortmund teammate Akanji fined for getting haircuts at home
  • Chelsea plan to sign Chilwell after £54m Werner deal
  • Law enforcement seizes masks meant to protect anti-racist protesters from COVID-19
  • George Floyd protests: Ex-top general rebukes Trump’s troops threat
  • Coronavirus: AstraZeneca to begin making potential vaccine

SOURCE: GHANAWEB


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