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Nov. 9: Top 5 stories of the day

By Mutala Yakubu
Nov. 9: Top 5 stories of the day
Nov. 9: Top 5 stories of the day

Here are the top 5 stories of the day.

A-Plus responds to BNI raid

Musician and supporter of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Asare Obeng better known as A-Plus has responded to reports that the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) raided his house at dawn.

A-Plus stated he is out of the country and would avail himself to the BNI when he returns.

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Tema Newtown deaths are 'lifestyle-related' - MOH, GHS

The Ministry of Health and the Ghana Health Service says the recent deaths recorded in Tema Newtown in the Tema East Municipality within the past week, are as a result of different medical conditions and not curses as claimed by a Chief priest in the community, Numo Ashiboye Kofi.

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Madina-Adenta Highway: Work to start on uncompleted footbridges

Work is to start on the uncompleted footbridges on the Madina-Adenta highway from next week following the recent chains of fatalities, the government has said.

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6 WASS students knocked down in 2018 – Head teacher discloses

The headmaster of the West African Senior High School, Ofori Antwi disclosed that within the past months, six students of the school have been knocked down on the Madina-Adenta Highway.

The latest of these road accidents involved a female student of the school on Thursday, leading to a massive protest.

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KNUST: Otumfuo promises to quicken processes for reconstitution of Council

The Asantehene Otumfuo, Osei Tutu II, who is the Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has pledged to fasten the process to constitute the University's governing Council according to reports.

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