TOP GHANA NEWS HEADLINES FOR TODAY – TUESDAY, 4TH DECEMBER, 2018

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*>>>General News Headlines..*

*Just 2 years in opposition, NDC is broke – Asiedu Nketia hints

*3 sisters die in ghastly accident in Cape Coast

*Even google can do better – Asiedu Nketia ‘bashed’ over GHC420K Fees

*REDCO Flats Case: Court rules ownership claim in favour of Ghana Police Service

*Ablakwa Commemorates 2018 International Day of Persons with Disability

*Akufo-Addo visionless, a monumental failure – NDC

*Think like record breakers — Spio charges NDC members

*United Arab Emirates celebrates 47th Union Day

*Here’s why Ras Mubarak stopped riding bicycle to Parliament

*’I will not pick flagbearership form if the amount is not reviewed’ – Bagbin

*Family Health Medical School wins sexual, reproductive health quiz

*Kennedy Agyapong enstooled as Development Chief at Lawra

*GHC420K Fee: NDC following the ‘sikadacious’, ‘choppocratic’ footprints of the NPP? – Spio quizzes

*3 brothers drown at Nungua beach hours to their big brother’s wedding

*Even my own wife, I didn’t pay GHC400K as her bride price then NDC – Stephen Atubiga laments

*Gov’t announces taxes on church anointing oils, holy water, chains, bangles, stickers sales

*4-year-old girl bleeds to death at Asamankese Gov’t Hospital

*Bernard Avle engages participants at the maiden youth opportunities Ghana summit
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Parliament does not discriminate against PWDs – Joseph Osei-Owusu

*Sly Mensah rejected GHC187,000 donation from NDC grassroot – Constituency Ex. alleges

*Call off your strike immediately – NLC orders CETAG

*Disqualify us, we don’t care – Disgruntled 8

*2 Chinese, 5 Ghanaians killed in Nyinahin gory accident

*Drone healthcare: Ato Forson accuses Bawumia of fraud

*KATH contaminated blood: We didn’t confirm Syphilis, HIV results – Private facility

*Supreme Court to rule on dispute over Woyome’s property on January 21

*Parliament defers approval on deal for drone-delivered medical supplies

*’Controversial’ KATH blood sent to Accra for confirmatory test

*Pearl Safe Haven project to provide shelter for abused young women

*NDC flagbearer contest with biased referees, is that one too a contest? – Aspirant asks

*International NGOs pledge support to Star Ghana Foundation

*Samira Bawumia surprises La General Hospital

*Aggrieved presidential aspirants didn’t pay a dime for NDC internal elections – Ade Coker

*1D1F: ISSER calls for regional balance in establishing factories

*I’ll pick my form for NDC presidential primary Tuesday – Joshua Alabi

*Opuni Trial: Agongo’s lawyer tells court Lithovit fertilizer is good for cocoa, vegetables

*Drones to supply blood to villages in 2019

*GCCI Executive Council Chairman cautions Christians against false prophets

*TEWU urges government to re-constitute councils of colleges of education

*Adolescents living with HIV; to disclose or not?

*HIV positive mother sacked from school by ‘orders from above’

*>>>Sports News Headlines…*

*Ghana secures AFCON 2019 ticket after Sierra Leone disqualification

*Ghanaian striker Akwasi Asante bags hat-trick in memorable Chester debut

*Mubarak Wakaso receives thunderous ovation on injury return for Deportivo Alavés

*Top 10 Chess players battle for national title

*>>>Business News Headlines…*

*Vodafone enhances customer care service for speech and hearing impaired

*Takoradi port terminal project begins in 2019

*’Cluesless IES only seeks the collapse of TOR’ – Management

*1D1F: ISSER calls for regional balance in establishing factories

*>>>Entertainment News Headlines…*

*Shatta Wale will die on 24th December – Prophet warns

*IamTiC-Concert announces top acts to thrill Ghana

*Kempinski Hotel kickstarts 2018 Christmas with Tree Lighting event

*Women in Tourism hold end of year meeting and gala dinner

*>>>World News Headlines…*

*Cameroon government blamed for AFCON mess

*Luka Modric wins Ballon d’Or and ends dominance of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

*Michelle Obama’s advice for Meghan Markle is simple and perfect

*Qatar quits OPEC as Saudis walk tightrope on oil prices

SOURCE: GHANAWEB

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