Day: January 31, 2020

News

Bole curfew lifted

Residents of Bole in the Northern Region have expressed happiness following the lifting of curfew imposed on the area a year and half ago. In December 2018, a 10-p.m. curfew was imposed following a chieftaincy dispute. It affected bars and night eateries. Farmers could also not spend the night on their farms and market women […]

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Politics

Dec polls: “If you shed blood, you’ll answer to me if I win” – Mahama

Former President John Mahama has warned that anybody who sheds Ghanaian blood on the day of elections this year with the aim of frustrating the National Democratic Congress (NDC) from freely and fairly participating in the polls, would be held accountable by his government should he win. Speaking at the one-year anniversary of the Ayawaso […]

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Business

ESLA records 17.6m profit in 2019

The Energy Sector Levy (ESLA) Plc recorded a profit of GHS17.6 million in 2019. This is however lower than the GHS33 million recorded in 2018. The decline in profit was due to a GHS416 million bad debt recorded in the books. According to its unaudited 2019 Financial Statement, earnings per share however drop from GHS33.06 […]

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Sports

Black Maidens invite 42 players

Forty-two players have been invited into the Women’s National U-17, Black Maidens camp as they begin preparations for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women World Cup qualifier. A statement from the Ghana Football Assosciation pointde out that the invited players were expected to arrive at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence (GSCE), Prampram on Thursday, January […]

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