Welcome to December and JBKlutse Weekly episode 40. This week, we bring you sampled news circulating as Ghana prepares to go to the polls on December 7, 2020. Please take a moment to subscribe to our Newsletter if this mail was forwarded to you. Also, join us on Telegram to enjoy amazing content from us.


Telcos promise to provide stable network during 2020 polls: According to the Citinewsroom, the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications says its members are devising measures to provide quality network across the country during the general elections. The assurance from the industry association follows individual network audit assessments undertaken by its members, which led to numerous deployments and actions to ensure stable network connections across the country.
JBKlutse Weekly Episode 40


Credibility of 2020 elections relies on information – Nana Aba Anamoah advises Bloggers & Journalists: Ghanaian Journalist and TV Personality Nana Aba Anamoah has reminded bloggers and journalists of the vital role they have to play in ensuring the upcoming election is declared credible. Read more.
JBKlutse Weekly Episode 40

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Romance scams and Mobile Money fraud: 3 Ways to be safe: Do you know what romance scams are and how people can fall victims to it? In this article, we’ll learn more about romance scams and how connected they are to Mobile Money fraud. Read more.
JBKlutse Weekly Episode 40


Other things we are reading:

  •  itel P36 (2020): Specifications, price, and more – Read more.

  • 4 Most common types of cybersecurity threats – Read more.
  • Employment scams via Mobile Money: The commonest of them all – Read more.
  • DreamOval: A major player in the future of fintech in Ghana, Africa – Read more.
  • Redmi Note 9 (2020): Specifications, price and more – Read more.

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