Here are today's newspaper headlines
3 FIRMS FIRE 460 WORKERS IN LAST QUARTER OF THE YEAR
Despite the alarming unemployment rate in the country, companies continue to lay off workers in large numbers, a reflection of how businesses are struggling to survive in a challenging economic environment.
DON’T INVEST SSNIT CASH IN NEW WOYOME DEAL – OCCUPY GHANA
Pressure Group, Occupy Ghana has raised a red flag over a directive to the SSNIT to use workers’ pension fund to acquire24% of a GHC35 million deal the controversial businessman, Alfred Woyome, landed from the state through its subsidiary company, Anator Holding.
I’LL MAKE WESTERN REGION OIL HUB IN W/A – AKUFO-ADDO
The 2016 presidential candidate of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, has assured the people of the Western Region that his government will develop the region into an oil services hub with a first-class port facility, to serve the needs of West Africa.
NDUOM RALLIES SUPPORT FOR PPP IN W/R
2016 Presidential Candidate of the PPP, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has urged voters in Tarkwa and Bogoso in the Western Region to vote for him and the party’s parliamentary candidates for the region.
POLICE PROBE DEATH OF CHINESE
NDC FIGHTS NPP OVER WOYOME
The sudden resurfacing of the fraudulent payment made to the NDC bankroller, Alfred Woyome in the name of a judgement debt, appears to be causing anxiety in the ruling party a few days to the December 7 elections.
WIND OF CHANGE IS BLOWING – NANA
The NPP flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo, has indicated that there are clear indications the party will win the December 7 general elections.
6 KILLED AT AKOSOMBO
Six people died on the spot at Tei Kwame, a village near Akuse junction in the Eastern Region, when a Toyota Lexus collided with a Toyota Corolla, according to a police report.
WE’RE READY FOR DEC 7 SAYS EC, BUT 3 POLITICAL PARTIES DIVIDED
With preparation towards the 2016 elections at fever pitch, the EC and three political parties say they have done all within their power for successful polls.
MAN SUES 37 MILITARY HOSPITAL
A 37-year-old man has said six medical doctors at the 37 Military Hospital and three others for alleged negligence in medical care, leading to loss of part of his right leg.
WE'LL COLLECT WOYOME'S MONEY...AND ALL OTHERS - MINISTER
FIRE RAVAGES AKWATIALINE SHOPS
ACCRA WILL SEE MORE PROJECTS - MAYOR
T-BILL RATES TUMBLE AS NEW STRATEGY ON DEBT KICKS IN
Interest rates on short-dated securities have responded to the government’s new strategy on debt management by falling from 22.78 percent in January to 18.6 percent in November this year, the first in about four years.