Eyewitness News, Thursday 27th August 2020

The big news stories in this edition of Eye Witness News with Selorm Adonoo and Hawa Iddrisu;

Agyapa Royalties agreement best deal for Ghana’s mineral resources – Ofori-Atta

There is no political, ethnic agenda against Volta Region – Nana Addo

Government explains the motive for basing Agyapa Royalties in tax haven

Dome Faase residents are hesitant to return home despite reduced military presence.

CPP candidate parliamentary candidate for Kumbungu, Nabila Bashiru was Selorm Adonoo’s guest on the Point blank segment.


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