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hree years after a Supreme Court judgement, government is still unable to retrieve more than €25m it illegally paid to National Democratic Congress financier Alfred Woyome. A disappointed New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Abuakwa Constituency, Samuel Atta Akyea, says he has lost any hope that government can recover the money before the November general elections.

Finally, the West African Gas Pipeline Company has reacted to claims by the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government that the suspension of transmission of gas to the nation from N-Gas was due to ‘sabotage’ on the company’s pipes caused by activities of militants. President Mahama recently told the whole world that the ongoing ‘dumsor’, which is having serious adverse repercussions on businesses and households, was the result of ‘sabotage’ on the lines of WAPco, which transmits gas from Nigeria-Gas to the nation.

Unemployed graduates in the country say President Mahama and the National Democratic Congress are only creating “short term” jobs with few months to elections, ostensibly to win their votes. They wonder why President Mahama would wait till until an election year before coming out with promises of creating jobs which are never honoured.

Ex-Sports Minister O.B. Amoah has slammed leaks from the ministry as 'suicidal' after claims that the government body secretly briefed journalists that bribes were paid to secure the country's place at the 2014 World Cup.

CONTROVERSIAL Ghanaian rapper, Wanlov, has waded into the issue of the country's economic mismanagement, strongly attacking the John Mahama's NDC administration for creating a confused and a hopeless state of affairs for the people of the country. In his latest controversial song, which features Gemini, and trending on social media, the musician took the government, led by President Mahama, to the cleaners, accusing it of ineptitude that had led to the collapse of virtually everything in the country.

The National Media Commission (NMC), has stated that a social media ban in the country would be in breach of the rights and freedoms of Ghanaians.

Authorities’ at the Tema General Hospital (TGH) have appealed to government to equip the hospital’s mortuary to enable it preserve corpses for clinical and pre-burial services.

Discussions about the UK leaving the EU must be "frank and open", Theresa May has said as she prepares to embark on her first tour of European capitals.

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