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December, 2016

  • 20 December

    Mahama eyes international  assignment

    President John Mahama

      MUNTALLA INUSAH | muntalla.inusah@dailyheritage.com.gh PRESIDENT JOHN Mahama’s immediate plan after his heavy election defeat is to take a long break from politics. But in the long term, the outgoing President foresees himself working on sub-regional, continental and global issues. “My immediate intention is to take a well-deserved rest after …

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  • 20 December

    Christians must soberly reflect on Christ’s mission – Latter Day Saints Elder

    Elder Vern P. Stanfill

    ELDER VERN P. Stanfill, a Member of the Quorum of the Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS), has urged Christians to reflect on the mission of Jesus Christ on earth to joyfully celebrate him. He said Christmas was a season to reflect and act upon …

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  • 20 December

    Man sues IGP, A-G for GH¢1 million

    John Kudalor, IGP

    DENNIS PEPRAH AWUDU ALI, an unemployed man, resident at Fiapre, in the Sunyani West District, has sued the Inspector General of Police, the Attorney General and two others for wrongful detention. He is seeking an order from the Sunyani High Court to compel the defendants to compensate him in the …

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  • 20 December

    Mahama embarks on nationwide farewell tour

    President John Mahama

    PRESIDENT JOHN Mahama is starting a nationwide thank-you and farewell tour  today, December 20, 2016, following his defeat in the 2016 general election. The President will be meeting traditional and religious leaders as well as regional and constituency executives of the National Democratic Congress  as part of his tour. He …

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  • 20 December

    Four years not too short for any govt —Journalist

    Akwasi Nsiah

    LETICIA OSEI KASAPA FM’S Akwasi Nsiah has jumped into the argument of whether the four-year term given to governments must be extended due to the numerous challenges facing the country, advising politicians to stop dreaming of staying in power forever. A section of the public have argued that the four-year term given to governments is …

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