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‘Kufuor lacked passion but was normal’ – K.B. Asante 

A retired Diplomat and Statesman, K.B Asante has described Ghana’s second president in the fourth Republic, John Agyekum Kufuor’s leadership style as one that lacked passion.

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Anas cancels Kumasi screening

The public showing of the judicial corruption scandal video in Kumasi has been called off.

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Volunteers to fill 400 teaching vacancies at Sawla-Tuna-Kalba

District Chief Executive for Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district, Alhaji Mumuni Isaac Dramani, has moved to address what he believes is the greatest challenge facing the area: a lack of basic education teachers.

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Dery sues EIB Network, Anas over Kumasi video screening

Embattled High Court judge Paul Uuter Dery has gone back to court seeking to stop EIB Network’s Ultimate 106.9FM, Anas’ firm Tiger Eye PI and the Golden Tulip from screening the video exposing him and others taking bribes to influence cases.

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Voters' register brouhaha: EC must put Ghana first – Peace Council

Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana, Most Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante, has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to be transparent and consider the national interest in the way forward concerning the call for a new voters' register.

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103 suspected criminals arrested by the Police

Following a five-day swoop, the Accra Regional Police Command has arrested 103 suspected criminals, including six persons on the police wanted list.

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Hajj stampede: 21 Ghanaians missing; 13 dead

Officials have confirmed that 13 Ghanaians have died so far during the pilgrimage in Mecca.

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Corruption is a naked reality in Ghana – Rev. Asante

The Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana, Most Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante has stated that measures must be put in place to eliminate corruption from every sector of the society.

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Mahama: Don’t “lose faith” in corruption-ridden judiciary

Ghanaians must not lose “faith in the judicial system” following the bribery scandal which has shaken the foundation of Ghana’s justice system recently, President John Mahama has advised.

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