10 Important News Stories You Have To Read Today

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This Is How Donald Trump’s New Policy Is Going To Affect Ghanaian Women: President Trump has signed an executive order that bars any American NGO from offering abortion as part of family planning.

 

19 MPs failed to make statements in Sixth Parliament – Report: Nineteen Members of Parliament (MPs) in the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic did not make any contribution or statement on the floor of the House throughout the tenure of office, a 2016 report on the performance of the legislators has revealed.

 

Usain Bolt loses gold as IOC strips Jamaica of 2008 relay win: Usain Bolt no longer has nine Olympic gold medals after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed that relay team-mate Nesta Carter tested positive for the prohibited substance methylhexaneamine.

 

COP David Asante Apeatu is new IGP: Commissioner of Police (COP) David Asante Apeatu has been named as the new Inspector General of Police (IGP) of the Ghana Police Service.

 

Sarkodie Social Media Woes Not Over As Model Attacks Him Over Of His Picture:  Just a day after he was slammed for wanting to pay creatives in kind, There’s another controversy, and this time it’s over the artwork of`the same video he was asking creatives to come for.

 

ECG to install prepaid meters at KNUST: The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) says it will replace all post-paid electricity meters within the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with smart prepaid meters.

 

‘Gitmo 2′ likely to stay in Ghana till end of contract: The two former detainees from Guantanamo Bay currently being hosted in Ghana, may continue to stay in the country until the two-year contract signed between the government of Ghana and the US expires.

 

Odekro apologises to Adwoa Safo over worst MP rank: Civil organization, Odekro has apologised to Deputy Majority Leader Adwoa Safo for naming her as one of the worst performing legislators in the Sixth Parliament.

 

Out of 176 Countries Ranked, Ghana Is The 70th Least Corrupt Country In The World, Nigeria Languishing In 136th Position

 

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