Newspaper headlines: Tuesday, February 18, 2019

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The US Cannot Crush Us, Says Huawei Founder | News

  The founder of Huawei has said there is “no way the US can crush” the company, in an exclusive interview with the BBC. Ren Zhengfei described the arrest of his daughter Meng Wanzhou, the company’s chief financial officer, as…

US states sue over emergency declaration

A coalition of 16 US states led by California is suing President Donald Trump’s administration over his decision to declare an emergency to raise funds for a Mexican border wall. The lawsuit was filed in the court for the Northern…

SHS student in court over GHc5.00 robbery

A Senior High School student was on Monday put before an Accra Circuit Court for robbing one Gabriel Kwame Sarfo-Asare of an amount of GHc5.00, with serial number RX 3353694 at knife point. The accused was said to have robbed…

Child abuse images being traded via secure apps

Images of child sexual abuse and stolen credit card numbers are being openly traded on encrypted apps, a BBC investigation has found. Security experts told Radio 4’s File on 4 programme that the encrypted apps were taking over from the dark…

Giving us NEW Regions doesn’t mean we’ll vote for you in 2020 — Western North Paramount Chief to Akufo-Addo

The President of the Western Regional House of Chiefs, Ogyeahoho Yaw Gyebi has warned President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo not to think creating new regions for the people is a guarantee of their votes.  Ogyeahoho is a paramount Chief in…

Newspaper headlines: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

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VRA debt owed Ghana Gas hits $735 million

Management of the Ghana Gas Company has revealed that the Volta River Authority (VRA) owes the company 735 million dollars. The debt was incurred as a result of VRA’s inability to pay for gas supplied to power its thermal plants….

Tema-Akosombo railway construction workers on sit down strike

Over 200 workers of AFCONS Infrastructure Limited, the company building the 85-kilometre railway line from Tema to Akosombo, have laid down their tools. The workers on Monday demonstrated against their management over what they claim are “disparages in their working…

Mahama must take full responsibility for Kumasi NDC killing – Lecturer to Mahama

 Renowned Lecturer at the University of West London, Dr Aboagye Da Costa wants former president Mahama to take full responsibility of the gunshots at the National Democratic Congress head office in Kumasi yesterday since he rejected the wise counsel from…