Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO FACE MUSIC FOR PAYMENT OF JUDGEMENT DEBTS – WHITE PAPER
Government officials will, henceforth be held accountable for their actions and inaction that lead to the payment of judgement debts.
NPP RISKS STAYING IN OPPOSITION IF IT FAILS TO ABIDE BY PARTY CONSTITUTION – AFOKO
The suspended National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Paul Afoko, has said the NPP risks staying in opposition if it fails to abide by the party’s constitution.
DIALOGUE ON WASTE MANAGEMENT HELD IN ACCRA
Stakeholders in the sanitation sector have pushed for more involvement of private companies in the decision-making process in the sector, saying that a partnership among the private sector, the government and the partners is the best way to ensure progress in the sector.
NPP JABS MAHAMA
The opposition New Patriotic Party says it does not intend to cease pointing out John Mahama’s incompetence in spite of the President’s objection to the tag.
EOCO PROBES KT HAMMOND OVER DRILLSHIP SAGA
The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) is to investigate former Deputy Energy Minister, K.T. Hammond, for his role in the sale of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation’s drillship to pay off a judgement debt.
AJET IN TOWN – SAYS AMIDU
Former Attorney General, Martin Amidu has made another sensational claim that popular investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas ‘lied’ about the whereabouts of embattled high court judge, Justice John Ajet-Nasam.
POWER BARGE WON’T FIX DUMSOR – NDUOM
The 2012 presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party, Papa Kwesi Nduom has made it clear that the power barges procured by the Mahama administration will not fix the current power cut otherwise known as dumsor in Ghanaian local parlance.
GLO CLOSES MAJOR SALES POINTS AS WORKERS PANIC
It has emerged that the Ghana branch of Nigeria’ telecommunication giant, Globacom, in a rather weird motive has resolved to close some key sales points of their Glo World across the country.