1. NPP Chairman begs failed Parliamentary aspirants
The National Chairman of the Ruling Political Party, New Patriotic Party, Freddie Blay is appealing to failed Parliamentary aspirants of the party not to work against the party's fortunes in the upcoming December 7 polls.
Mr. Blay said in a statement copied to Adomonline.com that "There would obviously be more openings for new opportunities and challenges that would require more hands-on-deck," he said
2. Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR) tests potential herbal currently for COVID-19
Professor Abraham Annan, the Director of NMIMR said "There's a lot of hope because we have received quite a number of them that are potentially to be screened for COVID-19 as we begin to do that we will be able to tell."
3. John Dumelo dredges big gutter in Ayawaso West Wagon constituency to prevent flood (Photos)
John Dumelo, an actor and aspiring MP for the Ayawaso West Wagon constituency has led a team of workers to dredge a big gutter at West Legon.
The dredging of the gutter was delivered as a promise he made to the people to help stop flooding in the area.
With his work in West Legon carried out, some Ghanaians have reacted to his efforts with some blessings and others too saying he will still not win Political power to occupy the seat in the upcoming elections in 2020.
4. Thieves break into the Electoral Commission's office
A report reaching the media is that, some suspected thieves have broken into the Electoral Commission's (EC) office at Kodie in the Affigya Kwabre South Constituency in the Ashanti Region and took away some important tools at the office.
According to information gathered, the suspected thieves took away with two laptops that is believed to contain the EC's vital informations.
The two suspected thieves as according to report sighted by Daily Guide by the police identified them as Eric Oteng Asamoah, a 29 year old and Samuel Nti, an 18 year old who by now have been arrested by the police.
5. The NDC won't accept results of flawed polls - Fmr. President Mahama
Mr. Dramani Mahama, the former President of the Republic of Ghana has sent a very strong indication that no one should assume that the National Democratic Congress-NDC will accept the election results in the upcoming 2020 December 7 polls when if found the process to have been partial.
He said " As a leader of the NDC, I wish to serve notice that we shall do all our parts to ensure that our country remains peacefully and that the electoral process proceeds smoothly but let nobody assume that we will accept the results of flawed elections."
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