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General News of Sunday, 17 May 2015

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Top stories of the week

MONDAY:

Death of Mills good omen for NDC – Rawlings suggests


Former President Jerry John Rawlings believes the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) would have been in opposition by now if it had presented the late Prof. Atta Mills as its presidential candidate in the 2012 elections.

Death of Mills good omen for NDC – Rawlings suggests

TUESDAY:

Mahama must 'tame' Rawlings – Pratt


Kwesi Pratt has called on President John Dramani Mahama to 'tame' former President Rawlings to avert any further harm done to his memory to the memory of his predecessor, Prof. Atta Mills and his family.

Mahama must 'tame' Rawlings – Pratt

WEDNESDAY:

Police sanction celebrity #dumsormuststop vigil- Organisers


Organisers of the celebrity vigil to protest Ghana's power crisis say they have been given an all clear by the police to embark on the controversial procession, Saturday.

Police sanction celebrity #dumsormuststop vigil- Organisers

THURSDAY:

I killed the Americans – suspect confesses


A suspect in the ongoing trial in the murder of two African Americans at Akwamufie in the Eastern Region has confessed to committing the crime.

I killed the Americans – suspect confesses


FRIDAY:

Mills’ death unnatural -Family head declares


The controversy surrounding the death of the late President John Evans Mills is back on the front burner as family head, Paul Ackom, rekindles the subject with a vociferous allegation that his brother did not die naturally.

Mills’ death unnatural -Family head declares


SATURDAY:

DumsorMustStop Vigil finally here


The match talked about #dumsormuststop vigil organised by some celebrities led by Yvonne Nelson finally took place in Accra drawing massive crowds with lanterns, candles, torchlights etc to protest the worsening energy crisis.

DumsorMustStop Vigil finally here

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