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National Security Agency to operate under a Public Party Partnership deal

National Security Agency to operate under a Public Party Partnership deal

A new Public Party Partnership (PPP) deal being put forward by the government could see NDC grandees and their family members  formalise their control over Ghana’s national security agency. Officials say the PPP deal will formalise the ruling party’s involvement in the operations of a national institution which is already firmly under the thumb of…

KNUST creates special breed of cold-blooded knifemen

Researchers at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have successfully created a special breed of human beings capable of inflicting vicious stab wounds on colleagues with whom they share virtually everything but an abode. The researchers say by removing copies of a gene called the common sense gene, they have created a…

ECG announces merger with MTN to create Ghana’s ‘meanest credit thieving conglomerate’

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has announced a public-private partnership deal with telecommunications giant MTN, to create the “meanest credit thieving conglomerate in the history daylight robbery.” According to analysts, the deal will “bring together the two best known names in the vanishing credit business.” ECG has a long history of not only charging…

Former DVLA boss passes fraud-worthy test

The former head of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has been declared fit to continue driving national resources into private pockets after passing a rigorous fraud-worthy test. The test, according to officials, is aimed at ensuring that all senior officials plying the corridors of power are “adequately fraud-worthy to ensure the safety of…

Mahama to be picked from KIA by a convoy of bamboo bicycles

President John Drama-nyie Mahama will be picked up by a convoy of Made-in-Ghana bamboo bicylces when he returns from his extended visit to the United States, according to the Flagstaff House (FSH). Officials from the FSH say the decision to ditch the usual presidential convoy- made up of a collection of V8 SUVs and a…

T. B. Duncan-Judas commands Ghana to rise from HIPC

The Reverend Archbishop Major General Dr. T. B. Duncan-Judas has “commanded” Ghana to rise from its recently acquired Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) status. Leading worshippers at Monday night’s service, the CEO and founder of Holy Gospel Anointed Mountain Of Abundant Faith and Blessings International Believers Ministries blamed “demons and mysterious dwarfs” for the country’s…

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