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General News of Sunday, 24 May 2015

Source: Compiled By GhanaWeb

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MONDAY

NDC lied to us; give us Mills' body - Family demands

The family of the late President, John Evans Atta Mills, is demanding that government exhumes his body for reburial in his hometown, Ekumfi Otuam.

NDC lied to us; give us Mills’ body

TUESDAY

Dumsor Politics: 'I am not afraid to lose 2016' - Mahama

As many supporters and functionaries of the ruling National Democratic Congress are overly worried about the chances of the party in the 2016 elections in the midst of the myriad of challenges facing the government, including, but not limited to the prolonged power rationing, The aL-hAJJ can today report that President John Dramani Mahama remains unfazed, particularly, with threats these challenges pose to his second term bid.

I am not afraid to lose 2016

WEDNESDAY

Mills family to lead campaign against NDC in 2016

The family of Ghana’s first ever President who died sitting on the state throne has declared to lead a campaign against the National Democratic Congress party and the incumbent President, John Dramani Mahama come 2016.

Mills family to lead campaign against NDC

THURSDAY

NPP tension: I didn’t kill Adams Mahama – Afoko

NPP National Chairman Paul Afoko has denied rumours that he is behind the attacks on the party’s Upper East regional chairman Adams Mahama.

Mr Mahama was confirmed dead at the Bolgatanga regional hospital after he was showered with acid by two unidentified men Wednesday evening.

I didn’t kill Adams Mahama – Afoko

FRIDAY

Mpiani, Kufuor behind Mahama’s murder – Ken Agyapong

As expected, the temperature on the airwaves of 'Oman FM' during its "Boiling Pont" programme yesterday zoomed above boiling point as Kennedy Agyapong went wild over the murder of the Upper East Regional Chairman of the NPP, Adams Mahama.

Mpiani, Kufuor behind Mahama’s murder

SATURDAY

‘Reject calls for Afoko, Agyepong resignations’

A member of the NPP council of elders, Akenten Appiah-Menkah is disagreeing with calls for the resignation of the party’s National chairman and General Secretary following the tragic acid attack and death of a regional party leader.

Reject calls for Afoko, Agyepong resignations