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Abort plans for new biometric register – Ben Ephson to EC

The decision by the Electoral Commission to ensure that only biometrically registered voters vote in the 2020 elections will disenfranchise the majority of potential voters, renowned pollster Ben Ephson has said. His comments come a day after the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the People’s National Congress (PNC) together with three …

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MP demands reduction in electricity prices

Member of Parliament for Damongo, Adam Mutawakilu, is demanding a reduction in electricity tariffs by January 1 following the successful witching of fuel for the Karpowership generating plant from heavy fuel to gas. President Akufo -Addo at the weekend turned on the valve to supply natural gas to the 450-megawatt …

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Coup plot: Court adjourns treason trial to December 19

The Kaneshie District Court on Wednesday adjourned the treason trial involving ten persons to December 19. This was to enable the prosecution to continue with its investigation. The court presided over by Mrs Eleanor Kakra Barnes-Botchway asked prosecution whether it had filed the Bill of Indictment (BI)  of the prosecution …

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Digitisation will be disruptive to corruption – VP Bawumia

Government is determined to take the fight against corruption another notch by employing various techniques, including the building of anti-corruption systems and greater application of technology, Vice President Bawumia has indicated. Speaking in Accra on Monday, 9th December, 2019, Vice President Bawumia outlined the benefits of Government’s digitisation agenda in …

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South African crowned Miss Universe 2019

South African beauty queen Zozibini Tunzi was crowned the 2019 Miss Universe on Sunday night. Ms Tunzi emerged top in the contest after impressing the judges and fans through the different rounds with different outfits. Miss Puerto Rico, Madison Anderson and Miss Mexico, Sofía Aragón emerged as runner-ups. During question …

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