Eyewitness News, Friday 28th August 2020


The big stories in this edition on the Eye witness News with Selorm Adonoo and Hawa Iddrisu are;

-Nigeria bares teeth over alleged ‘incessant harassment’ of citizens in Ghana

NDC reschedules 2020 manifesto launch to September 7

Tensions between NDC, NPP could compromise 2020 polls – WANEP warns

We’ll protest if schools are not reopened by September 22 – Private school teachers

Nabdam MP accuses NPP government of taking credit for his project

Mr. Kofi Koranteng, a candidate of choice, Coalition of Independent Political Aspirants was Selorm Adonoo’s guest on Eyewitness News.

 



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