Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOVT 'HOT' OVER GHC2BN 2ND TIER PENSION FUNDS
It appears government has no money to pay six years accumulated tier-two pension money owed public sector workers.
TUC LAUDS GOVT FOR ‘REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS’
The TUC has praised the government for the ‘remarkable achievements’ in the various sectors of the economy, citing the numerous projects which it believes will help spur economic growth.
EC BEGINS PRINTING BALLOT PAPERS
The EC has started printing ballot papers for this year’s presidential election, scheduled for December 7.
ULTRA MODERN STADIUM FOR BUKOM
President John Mahama yesterday inaugurated the Trust Sports Emporium, a modern boxing gymnasium and sports complex in Accra that is aimed promoting the lesser-funded sporting disciplines in the country.
ANAS CHALLENGES DERY
Vote out Mahama - Martin Amidu charges
'Gov't ship jobs out'- NDUOM
EC prints Presidential ballot
EC PRINTS ‘FAKE’ PINK SHEETS
The NPP believes there is a deliberate ploy by the EC chaired by Charlotte Osei to manipulate the outcome of December 7 general election, as the Commission prints pink sheets for recording the results without serial numbers.
MAMAHA LASHES POLICE OVER NANA HOUSE ATTACK
President John Mahama yesterday blamed the police for the attack on the Nima private residence of the leader of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, by NDC hoodlums on Sunday.
ARREST MINISTER’S BROTHER – IGP TOLD
SUIT AGAINST PRIVATISATION OF ECG: COURT DECLINES ACTION
Plans by the government to ensure private participation in the ECG can now proceed unimpeded after a suit challenging the initiative was yesterday dismissed by the Accra High Court.
NEAR-BLOODY CLASH AT NANA’S HOUSE AVOIDABLE – PREZ
President John Mahama has cited improper briefing of the police for the near bloody clash that occurred in front the Nima residence of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo last Sunday.
GHANA NEEDS FEMALE LEADER NOW – NANA KONADU
The only female presidential candidate in this year’s elections, Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, has said Ghana is ripe for a woman leader to steer the affairs of the state.
TERKPER DEFENDS RAISING BOND AT 19%
The finance Minister, Seth Terpker, has defended the government’s decision to raise a GH¢438 million bond at a rate of 10 percent, explaining that interest on the 10-year loan is the second lowest in the history of such borrowings.