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Accra, Aug. 29, GNA - The Centre for African Democratic Affairs has identified suspicion and mutual mistrust among political parties, lack of political will to apply the electoral laws on errant political players, failure to condemn or biased condemnation of hate speech on the part of the larger Ghanaian society, as potential causes of conflict in the country’s electoral system.


Accra, July 30, GNA - Mr Yaw Osafo Maafo, former Minister of Education and Sports under the NPP Government was on Monday discharged by the Financial Court in Accra.


A 36-year-old mason, Samuel Kwadwo Dankwah, has allegedly killed two of his step-children, following a misunderstanding between him and his wife over housekeeping money.

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