SV KPODO: TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – WEDNESDAY, 9TH OCTOBER, 2019…

TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – WEDNESDAY, 9TH OCTOBER, 2019…

BY SV KPODO(kvincentseth@gmail.com)


GENERAL NEWS HEADLINES..

*University of Ghana interdicts Ransford Gyampo, Paul Butakor

*BBC journalist in ‘sex for grades’ exposé receives death threats

*BBC failed in ‘sex for grades’ scandal investigations – Manasseh Azure Awuni

*Don’t confuse us with where the zip of your trousers is – Gabby Asare tells Gyampo

*Sex for grades: I respect UG’s decision to interdict me – Prof Gyampo

*Sex-for-grades: Who will you report to? – Female victims on why they keep mute

*You deserve a 2nd term in office – Sampa Chief to Akufo-Addo

*Don’t link all female academic successes to ‘sex for grades’ – Gabby

*Kurt Okraku pledges to improve judicial system of Ghana Football

*Ransford Gyampo and Paul Butakor interdicted over BBC’s ‘Sex for grades’ documentary

*11 Fumbisi SHS girls collapse after ‘strange’ events; school closed down

*We will forever resist oppressor’s rule – Law students

*Sex for grade saga: UG students disappointed at BBC, expected more erotic scenes

*Bawumia donates beds and incubators to Walewale Government Hospital

*Fetish Priest ‘kills’ aunt

*Sex for grades started from Adam – Lecturer

*BBC’s letter to Prof Gyampo on sex-for-grades exposé

*#SexForGrades: BBC’s standards have dropped – Sannie Daara

*NYA blasts police for brutalizing protesting law students

*BBC journalist in ‘sex for grades’ exposé receives death threats

*12 out of 410 arrested in police swoop arraigned

*We’ll reform legal education – Mahama

*We gave the police 10 clear days notice before demo – School of Law SRC President

*Dynamic Int. Charitable Club-Toronto chapter inaugurated

*‘It’s one of the possibilities’ – Gov’t hints of tax increase on utilities

*Nima highway shooting victim in critical condition

*Ghana loses GH¢1.45bn to poor sanitation

*Let’s not link good grades for female students to sex – Otchere-Darko

*Suspect in Otumfuo’s Asamponhene murder case denied bail

*Don’t confuse us with where the zip of your trousers is – Gabby Asare tells Gyampo

*FLASHBACK: Sex for grades, UPSA dismisses 3 lecturers

*NYA condemns unjust treatment of lawful protesters by Ghana police

*Businessman petitions government over terrorist accusations

*Klo Agogo residents protest bad roads; demand halt in local tax

*Domelevo charges public sector workers to comply with rules

*Akufo-Addo’s letter to CJ on legal education reforms

*Martin Amidu responds to Parliament over interference brouhaha

*NPP condemns ‘police brutality’ on law students; calls for probe

*Appeals court considers letter that ‘shatters case’ against Opuni

*Institute policy to tackle sexual harassment – Former lecturer

*Before BBC expose, over 20 teachers were busted in sex scandals since 2017

*Reporter behind BBC ‘sex for grades’ exposé Kiki Mordi speaks to Bernard Avle

*Student gave me £100, boxer shorts to tempt me – Maurice Ampaw

SPORTS NEWS HEADLINES…

*GFA Elections: NC rejects Osei Palmer’s disqualification appeal

*Tokyo 2020 Qualifiers: Kenya eliminates Ghana after 1-0 win in Nairobi

*Zero gold, zero bronze: Ghana’s poor performance at the World Athletics Championship since 2009

*CAF Confederation Cup: Kotoko likely to face Enyimba, Berkane, Al-Masry in play-offs

*Palmer’s Disqualification: Tema Youth finally replies GFA

*Kurt Okraku pledges to improve judicial system of Ghana Football

*Nicholas Amponsah eyes Black Meteors call-up for Caf U-23 Afcon

*GFA Elections: Roy Arthur files appeal over RFA chairmanship race disqualification

*Maxwell Baakoh resumes Asante Kotoko training

*Bissa Fitness Club launched in Accra

*English FA investigate West Ham fans for throwing objects at Jordan Ayew

*Title defence at the Madison Square Garden will be life changing – Commey

*Ibrahim Tanko eyes U-23 AFCON trophy in Egypt

BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES…

*Official: Springfield Oil begins drilling in WCTP block 2

*BoG authorizes licenses to 6 firms to operate FX Brokerage business

*Retrenched workers of GCDGL fight AkDA leader over Jospong

*90% of monies disbursed for completion of two 1D1F factories in C/R – Exim Bank

*Take advantage of stable business environment – GEPA, Free Zones tell investors

*Empower local government tax system to generate funds – Prof. Eric Assibey

*Finance Ministry insists telcos must backdate CST implementation

*Internet Solutions celebrate Customer Service Week

*Centre for Media Analysis names CBG CEO, Most Visible Banking CEO

*MTN provides 5 million jobs for people in Africa – CEO

*Vokacom gets global recognition at ITU World Awards in Hungary

*MDU on warpath with MPS over reefer container revenues

*Vodafone’s ‘Care Month’ kicks off

*Licensing, training of ATSEPs critical to aviation safety – Ing. Frank Appeagyei

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS HEADLINES…

*Prof. Gyampo’s pick-up line you can use to ‘toast’ a woman

*Fans call out Yvonne Nelson over her sex for grades tweet

*Some big men also request for sex before granting interviews – Nana Aba Anamoah

*Sex for grades and jobs won’t end even after this exposé – Efia Odo

*BET HipHop Awards 2019 Cypher: Sarkodie preaches Black Love

*Kofi Mole posts photo of his son to debunk gay allegation?

*Sarkodie’s song that warned lecturers against sex with students pops up

*Season 3 of Face of Faith Pageant Africa 2019 launched

*Knii Lante out with ‘Baby be mine’

*I am willing to collaborate with secular musicians – Joyce Blessing

*God saved me – Uncle Ebo Whyte reveals ‘juju’ on him

*Secular acts more supportive than Gospel artistes – Lady Prempeh

*Salinko does not hold the key to my success – Mmebusem reacts

*Elikem Kumordzi directs traffic at Dzorwulu

WORLD NEWS HEADLINES…

*SexForGrades: UNILAG shuts down ‘cold room’

*Bodies of 13 women found after migrant boat sinks in Mediterranean

*Sudan has received half of $3bln aid promised by Saudi and UAE

*Rwanda deports American pastor

*Inside Soap Awards: Hollyoaks scoops top prize

*Turkey-Syria border: Trump threatens to ‘obliterate’ Turkish economy

*US blacklists China organisations over Xinjiang ‘Uighur abuse’

*South Park China: Writers in mock apology after Beijing censorship

*Six Ugandan media organisations risk licences being revoked

*India on the frontline of the fight against tuberculosis

*Wenger admits rejecting Premier League offers

*Hugo Lloris to miss rest of 2019 season

*Aston Villa ‘disgusted’ by fans’ racist chant at Norwich game

*’Sex for grades’ pastor suspended after BBC investigations

SOURCE: GHANAWEB (VISIT THERE TO READ MORE ON THE STORIES ABOVE)

GOOD MORNING & HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!


BY: SV KPODO (email address: kvincentseth@gmail.com)

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