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The Premier League game between Watford and Chelsea at Vicarage Road, has been suspended temporarily. This is due to a medical emergency in the stands involving a fan.

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The Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday dismissed the committal proceedings filed by Rite Foods Ltd against the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) Ltd and Managing Director, Matthieu Seguin, over alleged trademark infringement.

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Gilbert Akakpo, age 19, student of the Three Town Senior High School, Denu has been sentenced to four years imprisonment in hard labour by an Aflao Circuit Court for causing harm to an ICT tutor, John Kwashi Akey of the same school.

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One person has been confirmed dead and another in critical condition after the youth clashed with the Police over the reclamation of the Kotobabi market land by Tema West Municipal Assembly. Squatters at the enclave described resisted attempts by the police to move them away.

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A High Court in Accra has given Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI) the chance to amend its statement of defense and counterclaims in an action instituted by six former pastors of the Church.

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Workplace diversity has become an axiom in modern day business, as more organisations are beginning to think diversity and inclusion (D&I) as part of their corporate strategy.

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A Magistrate Court sitting in Port Harcourt has remanded two suspects, Kenneth Sylvanus and Chijioke Ogbonna, who are linked to the beheading of a 9-year-old boy in Isiokpo community in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State.

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Manchester United caretaker manager, Michael Carrick, has confirmed that defender, Raphael Varane, will not feature when his side takes on Arsenal in Thursday’s Premier League tie at Old Trafford.

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The Lagos State Government has claimed soldiers “intervened” during the #EndSARS protests in the state last October, to assist civil authorities restore law and order in the state.

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Ghana’s Paliament on Wednesday erupted into chaos with minority and majority members shoving and pushing each other. The heated confrontation between the two sides erupted after the Second Deputy Speaker, Joseph Osei Owusu ruled to reject a motion by the minority side.

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Binance (Binance.com), the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange and blockchain ecosystem, will hold its first offline event for crypto enthusiasts in Cameroon as it continues its mission to increase the freedom of money, drive blockchain adoption and enable greater financial accessibility for Africans.

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The First Deputy Speaker, Joseph Osei-Owusu aka Joe Wise insists that he did not err in associating himself with the Majority side to approve the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Nana Akufo-Addo government on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

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The Bono Region recorded 859 new infections of HIV in 2020, Mr Ahmed Ibrahim Bambilla, the Regional Technical Coordinator of the Ghana AIDS Commission (GAC) has said. The persons infected comprised 222 males, 523 females, and 114 children which put the region 39;s HIV population at 19,173, he stated.

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An Accra High Court has asked state lawyers to come formally with an application to invoke section 35 of the Court 39;s Act in relation to three accused persons in the Venture Capital Trust Fund scandal.

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The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu literally abandoned the chairing of proceedings in Parliament on Wednesday, December 1 after he had suspended sitting for an hour following confusion that erupted after he ruled against a motion by the Minority Caucus.

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It was an evening of heated back and forths between KwaZulu-Natal police commissioner Lieutenant-General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi and evidence leaders at the SA Human Rights Commission.

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Managing Editor for the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has said it is about time Ghana began to seriously find measures to properly address the land allocation and utilization issues. He said the rising population size in the capital calls for deep thought about peri-urban agriculture to avoid the nation having to produce and transport foot stuff from long distances to feed the capital city.

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"Even for the fact that you are aware that, I, as your boss is being honoured, that should guide you to respect me and the guests.

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The Asantehene, His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has revealed the power outages (dumsor) in the Ashanti Region has destroyed his appliances. The revered King bemoaned over the effects of the 39;dumsor 39; when Energy Minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh paid him a visit.

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The leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) are sharply divided over the 2022 Budget brouhaha. Last week, a joint statement signed by the NUGS President, Yiadom Boakye Emmanuel, USAG president, Christian Armah Philip, Stephen Kwasi Acquah, the GUPS President and a Regional SRC representative called on Parliament titled ldquo;address our concerns, parliament should approve it.

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Executive Director of the Africa Center for Parliamentary Affairs (ACEPA), Dr. Rasheed Dramani has asked Majority and Minority MPs to be mindful of the picture they are creating in the minds of Ghanaians and the investors community.

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"We are here to remind people that HIV/AIDS is still out there and so they should be careful and they should follow the normal procedure of abstinence and using protection.

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The stowaways were between the ages of 23 years and 27 years and hailed from different parts of the country.

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Mr Omo-Agege said the clamour for local government autonomy is as old as the establishment of the local government system.

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