Today's front pages

Newspaper headlines for Thursday, December 12, 2020.

Opuni Trial: Court adjourns Opuni’s trial to January 2020

An Accra High Court hearing the trial of Dr Stephen Opuni, the former CEO of COCOBOD and Seidu Agongo, the CEO of Agricult Ghana Limited has adjourned the matter to January 9, 2020 for continuation.

Ministry of Fisheries launches Canoe Identification Card

​​​​​​​The Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Ministry (MoFAD) has launched Canoe Identification Card (CIC) for easy identification of all operational canoes in the fisheries sector.

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Dormaahene hands over multipurpose headquarters to Police Service

Dormaahene, Osagyefo Oseadeeyo Agyemang Badu II and the Dormaa Traditional Council have handed a multi-purpose building to the Ghana Police Service.

Posted: 7 hours ago   Views: 407
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High Court orders striking teachers back to class

An Accra High Court has ordered the striking teacher unions to discontinue their strike action.

Posted: 13 hours ago   Views: 5523
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Gov’t deliberately stifling Special Prosecutor’s corruption fight - Minority

Minority in Parliament is accusing government of deliberately stifling the work of the Office of the Special Prosecutor in tackling corruption.

Posted: 14 hours ago   Views: 1572
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Photos of Ya-Na Mahama Abukari's historic visit to Manhyia

The Supreme Overlord of Dagbon, Ya-Na Mahama Abukari II, has called on the Otumfour Osei Tutu II over the disputes at Nanton, a suburb of the Dagbon area.

Posted: 15 hours ago   Views: 2381
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One of Africa’s foremost media defence lawyers joins MFWA Board

Femi Falana, one of the continent’s topmost human rights and media defence lawyers, has been appointed as a member of the Board of Directors of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA).

Posted: 16 hours ago   Views: 757
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Adopt technology to address climate changes effects - Economics professor

Economics professor with the New York University, Professor Yaw Nyarko, is called on government to adopt technology to address the devastating effect of climate change on farmlands.

Posted: 17 hours ago   Views: 594
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We will not call off strike - Teacher unions reply Labour Commission

The three striking teacher unions have refused to call off their industrial action despite a directive from the National Labour Commission to members to return to the classroom with immediate effect.

Posted: 19 hours ago   Views: 2451
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Auditor General deserves Integrity Personality award - Manasseh, others tell Otchere-Darko

Freelance journalist, Manasseh Azure together with legal practitioners Ace Kojo Anan Ankomah and Samson Anyenini have jumped to the defence of the Auditor General.

Posted: 21 hours ago   Views: 5713
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Herdsmen, Mamprugu chiefs sign MoU to curb royalties tension

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the herdsmen, who are predominantly of Fulani descent, in the Mamprugu traditional area and the chiefs there. 

Posted: 21 hours ago   Views: 1434
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Akufo-Addo, others to join Catholic church for ‘Conversations in the Cathedral’

The Accra Catholic Archdiocese will today, December 11, 2019, host a number of secular and religious leaders to discuss issues of common concern to the nation.

Posted: 21 hours ago   Views: 1590
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