Here are today's newspaper headlines
3 POLLS TIP NANA FOR VICTORY
New opinion polls conducted by three different bodies tip the NPP presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, to win the December 7, presidential election in the first round.
WOYOME DODGES AMIDU
Embattled NDC businessman Alfred Woyome has averted the much-anticipated grilling by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, over the controversial GHC51.2 million judgement debt paid to him the state.
WARD-BREW DISMISSED IN ATTEMPT TO STOP DEC 7
The dream of the flag bearer of the Democratic People’s Party, Mr Thomas Nuako Ward-Brew, to participate in this year’s presidential election was shattered by the Supreme Court yesterday.
WHO HEADS NATIONAL HOUSE OF CHIEFS?
ECONOMIC GROWTH WEAK, BoG ADMITS
Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Abdul Issahaku has acknowledged the slow growth of the Ghanaian economy, attributing it to external factors and tight credit conditions.
GOV’T BORROWS GHC6.2BN MORE IN JUST 3 MONTHS
Data from the Bank of Ghana indicates that Ghana’s public debt went up by GHC6.2 million between July and September 2016
GOLD SURGES; OIL, COCOA SLUMP
Revenues from Ghana’s three major exports, oil, cocoa and gold, have moved in interesting directions for the first 10 months of 2016, compared to the same in 2015.
MOTORBIKES BANNED: FROM POLLING STATIONS
ELECTIONS WON'T BE POSTPONED: SUPREME COURT THROWS OUT SUIT
AMA INAUGURATES GHC2.4M SCHOOL PROJECT
INNOLINK REFUTES NPP'S ALLEGATION