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Kufuor revives oil debate

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has revisited debate on Ghana’s oil find, and has singled out Tullow Oil plc and his leadership role for praise in the discovery. Speaking on “Time with MO” on MNET

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Mills refutes State Land Allegation

President John Evans Atta Mills has denied in no uncertain terms claims that he has bought a plot of state land at Tema, as alleged by a Member of Parliament of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP). President Mills stated categorically that he was disappointed in persons who were making such allegations since according to him “THERE CANNOT BE ANY TRUTH IN THESE CLAIMS BECAUSE I DO NOT KNOW OF ANY SUCH LAND IN TEMA

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Chinese blamed for Dog attack on Ghanaian

Friends of a sixty year-old security man who was attacked and almost killed by guard dogs at Teshie near Accra are blaming their Chinese employers for the incident. Eyewitnesses say the dogs are kept by owners of China Geo Engineering Corporation, contractors working on the new Teshie General Hospital

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Ghana Prisons to give inmates cash

The Prison Service is to financially support inmates to set up their own business on their discharge. Beneficiaries of this new scheme will be given entrepreneurial skills whilst in prison alongside acquisition of other knowledge

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Nana Konadu robbed

When Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, President of the 31st December Women’s Movement (31ST DWM) bid farewell to her sweetheart, former President Rawlings, jumped into her cross country vehicle en-route to the Western Region to promote her ambition of becoming president of Ghana, little did she know that her journey would end on a sordid not

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Visa scandal rocks Foreign Ministry

The Embassy of the United States of America (USA) in Accra has turned down nine visa applications submitted to it by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as part of Ghana’s delegation to the United Nations High Level Plenary Session, currently underway in New York

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Rawlings & wife in Turkey for Global Economic symposium

Former President Rawlings and his wife Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings left Accra Monday September 27, for Istanbul, Turkey to participate in the Global Economic Symposium. The Global Economic Symposium (GES) assembles some of the world’s prominent experts from politics, business, academia, and civil society to address important global problems

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Ashanti NDC Old Guard Assn. Pledges Support to Mills

Members of the NDC Old Guards Association in the Ashanti Region have pledged their unflinching support to President John Evans Atta Mills to lead the party to the 2012 general elections. According to them, the successes achieved by the President in a relatively short period in office, coupled with the number of initiatives underway to improve the socio-economic and political lives of Ghanaians, oblige ‘all to rally behind him

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Tony Aidoo take swipe at Mills critics

The Head of Monitoring and Policy Evaluation at the Presidency, Dr. Tony Aidoo has taken a swipe at critics of Pres. Mills who say he should have attened the 65th UN general ssembly debate in New York. Speaking on Gold FM's Alhaji and Alhaji programme over the weekend, Dr. Aidoo defended the President's trip to China saying

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