Eyewitness News, Wednesday 26th August 2020


The big stories this edition of the Eyewitness News with Selorm Adonoo and Zoe Abu Baidoo are;

– Military officers deployed to Dome Faase harass Citi TV/FM reporters, Citi News’ Nii Armah Ammah and Frema Adunyame joined Selorm on the issue and the latest updates in the area.

– Rawlings issues scathing response to Kwamena Ahwoi’s controversial book.

– Mahama promises to introduce cooperative mining to regulate the sector.

– Ghanaians want Political Parties Act enforced to fight corruption – GACC Report

 

 



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