Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOVT OWES BDCs GH¢2B BUT MADE GH¢800M PROVISION IN IMF LETTER
The government has to seek an additional GH¢1.2 billion to be able to pay off all debts owed Bulk Oil Distribution Companies which currently is over GH¢2.2 billion.
STOP TRIBAL POLITICS – AKUFO-ADDO TO MAHAMA
The 2016 presidential candidate of the NPP has bemoaned the politics of tribalism and ethnicity being waged by President Mahama in his campaign in the north, with 15 days to the conduct of the December elections.
ONLY 39% OF SHS STUDENTS COMPLETE SCHOOL – UNESCO REPORT
The 2016 Global Education Monitoring has revealed that only 39 percent of Senior High School students are able to complete their education.
POLICE, EC IN SECRET DEAL OVER SPECIAL VOTING
There appear to be some behind-the-scene moves between the EC and the Police Service to introduce more names into the already compiled special voters’ list, raising questions about the Commission’s sincerity.
NANA MADE CHIEF AT AFIFE
The NPP leader, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, was installed chief by the traditional authorities of Afife in the Anlo State ahead of a massive rally at Aflao in the Volta Region yesterday.
AMIDU WANTED TO BEAT MILLS – WOYOME
PEACE COUNCIL CALLS FOR HARMONY AMONG POLITICAL PARTIES, EXPRESSES WORRY OVER CLASHES BETWEEN NDC, NPP
The Chairman of the National Peace Council (NPC), the Most Reverend Professor Emmanuel Asante, has underscored the need for peace and harmony among supporters of political parties ahead of the December 7 general election.
ZOOMLION COMMITS TO KEEP GHANA CLEAN, GREEN, HEALTHY
Zoomlion Ghana Limited has expressed its commitment to providing solutions to waste and sanitation in Ghana.
WARD-BREW GOES TO COURT TO STOP DECEMBER POLLS WOMAN BURNS HUSBAND, BROTHER-IN-LAW
Children getting Type 2 diabetes from eating junk food
We'll deal ruthlessly with trouble-makers - CDS, IGP warn
NDC, NPP supporters clash at Asokore
AKUFO-ADDO - "VICTORY WILL NOT COME SO EASILY"
40,000 PEOPLE JOINS NHIS DAILY - NHIS