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Day: December 7, 2020

Kitchen stool headmaster dead
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Kitchen stool headmaster dead

Kitchen stool headmaster, Robert Sepey has been reported dead according to a report by Gossips24. Before his death, he was demoted as the Headmaster of Adumanu D/A Basic School in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District of the Central Region after a secret tape of him bonking a student surfaced on social media. Mr. Sepey died on December 7th 2020 according to the reports. He rose to fame a couple of years ago after his 4 minutes 16 seconds video in which he was captured with a final year SHS student of Odoben Senior High School bonking themselves. In the said video which had a kitchen stool as the stage of the ‘action’, the lady is overheard moaning and groaning in ecstasy demanding that Mr Robert Sepey increases his pace. She is heard saying “Yeah, nice one… I wan...
Ahafo Region: Police detective dies while on election duties
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Ahafo Region: Police detective dies while on election duties

Detective Constable Kwarteng Abebrese Nantwi of Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Headquarters Operations in Accra currently on Election Duties at Ahafo Region has been confirmed dead. Reports says Detective Kwarteng was rushed to the Hwidiem Government Hospital after after falling sick but was discharged after treatment. The Police officer passed out in his room on Monday December 7th, 2020 and was rushed back to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. His body has since been deposited at the Hwediem Government Hospital morgue pending further actions. The Ghana Police Service has deployed personnel to all the 16 regions of Ghana to ensure peaceful election.
John Dumelo calls for halt in voting at GIMPA polling station
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John Dumelo calls for halt in voting at GIMPA polling station

National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) parliamentary candidate for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, John Dumelo, has called for a halt in voting at the Ghana Institute for Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) polling station in the constituency. Mr Dumelo claims there is no indelible ink at the GIMPA polling station centre 1 which he believes could negatively impact the process. “I am disappointed in the process. We do not have indelible ink here, and they are allowing the process to still continue which is wrong. There should be indelible ink. “I suggest that they stop the whole process and let them get the ink before they continue. The indelible ink is the surest way to know that one has voted or not?” Mr Dumelo aired his grievances. Meanwhile, the El...
2020 Election: Otumfuo Osei Tutu II casts his vote at Manhyia
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2020 Election: Otumfuo Osei Tutu II casts his vote at Manhyia

The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has cast his vote at Manhyia in the Ashanti Region in the ongoing general elections. The Asantehene was in the company of his wife Lady Julia and the Asantehemaa to cast their vote at the Manhyia constituency. Otumfuo is regarded as key member of the Ghanaian political space due to the respect he command both in Ghana and the world as whole. Before this day, Otumfuo received most political parties to his kingdom including President Akufo-Addo of the NPP and John Mahama of the NDC. The King joins prominent personalities like President Akufo-Addo, Vice President Bawumia and former President Mahama who have all cast their votes in the ongoing general elections.
Election 2020: Gunshot in Kasoa
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Election 2020: Gunshot in Kasoa

Information coming in suggest that there has been a gunshot incident by an unknown men at the Awutu Senya East Constituency in Kasoa. According to reports, perpetrators of the crime were in a Black Toyota Land Cruiser who opened fire on a Kia Salon car that was driving out of the polling station. One of the bullets was said to have hit the hands of two passengers onboard the saloon car. The injured have since been sent to the Kasoa Polyclinic for treatment. More to come soon…
EC must be proactive in addressing reports of thumbprinted ballots, others- NDC
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EC must be proactive in addressing reports of thumbprinted ballots, others- NDC

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to be proactive in its response to reports of electoral infractions that have emerged ahead of Monday, December 7 general election. It said reports such as thumbprinted ballots,  printed pink sheets, among others that were making the rounds  on social media and other platforms put the integrity and credibility of the elections into doubt, adding that such allegations were not good for the peace of the country. Addressing a news conference on the party's preparedness ahead of Monday's polls in Accra on Sunday, Lt. Colonel  (rtd) Gbevlo Lartey, Director of Campaign Operations of the Party, said the EC must therefore move quickly to address those issues as such reports raised tensions ...
CODEO deploys more than 4000 observers for Election 2020
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CODEO deploys more than 4000 observers for Election 2020

The Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO), a civil society group, on Sunday, announced that it is deploying more than 4000 election observers to observe  the 7th December elections. The coalition said  its observers would be in all the 275 constituencies. Sheikh Armiyawo Shaibu, Acting Chair of CODEO, addressing a media conference in Accra, on its   preparedness towards the elections, said the prevention of election violence would be paramount in the activities. The observers would constantly be in touch with the security agencies to inform them of any vigilante activity to nip any violence or looming violence in the bud. “We require all Ghanaians not to allow themselves to be used for any violent acts during this period and beyond. CODEO implores the secur...
Former President Mahama cast vote in Borle
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Former President Mahama cast vote in Borle

Former President and flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress Mr John Dramani Mahama, has cast his vote in his native Borle. The former president Mahama voted around 10 am at a venue he has been voting at since 1992. Mr Mahama giving his account on the election, said he expected the proceedings to go smoothly. He however said that, one of his security details could not find his name in the register despite them checking during the exhibition period. "There was no queue. That is the usual of this polling station. I have voted here since 1992 and the process has been very simple, very smooth." "It's too early here to make an assessment," Mahama said around his observation at the polling station. "There are a few hitches like this polling station, there is a lady ...
President Akufo-Addo cast vote in Kyebi
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President Akufo-Addo cast vote in Kyebi

President of Ghana and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has casted his vote in the ongoing general elections at Kyebi. President Akufo-Addo casted his vote in his hometown at Kyebi as one of the first major high profile persons in this years elections to cast his vote. The 2020 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections is currently on going across the 275 Constituencies and all the 16 Regions of the Republic of Ghana. Countless number of Ghanaians queued at many of the polling stations across the length and breadth of Ghana as early as 8pm yesterday, 6th December 2020 ahead of today’s elections. At exactly 7am this morning, voting commenced all over the country with the exception of few areas that voting started a bit late. Over...
Ghana votes as candidates pitch route out of economic crisis
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Ghana votes as candidates pitch route out of economic crisis

Ghanaians vote in elections on Monday in which President Nana Akufo-Addo and former president John Mahama offer rival promises to help the economy rebound from its first quarterly contraction in nearly 40 years.© Reuters/FRANCIS KOKOROKO FILE PHOTO: Ghana's President holds final rally ahead of election Eyes are on the West African economic powerhouse to see if it can maintain its standing as a bastion of democracy in the unstable region where election disputes this year have fanned fears of a slide back into authoritarianism. There are 12 presidential candidates, but most voters are likely to choose between Akufo-Addo and his New Patriotic Party, and Mahama's National Democratic Congress, which have alternated in power since 1992. Last year Ghana emerged from a three-year lending...
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