Here are today's newspaper headlines
2017: NO GOVT JOBS
The hopes of thousands of Ghanaians, especially the youth and unemployed graduates, to secure jobs in the public sector institutions in 2017 has been dashed as the government has pledged to strictly enforce compliance with the policy of net freeze on recruitment.
GALAMSEY THREATENS COCOA PRODUCTION – REPORT
The Managing Director for cocoa and chocolate producer Barry Callebaut, Ghana, Charity Sackitey, has said the proliferation of illegal mining, which takes an environmental toll, is negatively affecting the cocoa segment.
EC DRAGGED TO COURT OVER COLLATION SHEETS
The Supreme Court is expected to rule on Thursday, October 27, 2016, on a case that seeks to compel the EC to allow candidates or their agents to append their signatures on the constituency collation sheets and also be given copies.
NANA SNUBS MAHAMA OVER DEBATE
Opinions continue to be divided over President John Mahama’s challenge thrown at his opponent, Nana Akufo-Addo, for a debate before the crucial December 7 general election.
ROBBERS KILL NATIONAL SECURITY OPERATIVE
EOCO INVITES NDUOM, AYARIGA OVER CAMPAIGN FUNDS
The troubles of two disqualified presidential aspirants are far from over following an invitation to them by the Economic and Organised Crime Office to explain the sources their incomes for political campaigns.
6 DISQUALIFIED PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANTS REPORT BUT NANA KONADU, DR MAHAMA RESPOND
Six disqualified presidential aspirants for the upcoming 2016 general election have turned themselves in to the police to answer questions concerning the anomalies detected on their nomination forms.
Security Official Killed
Bugri Naabu granted police bail over comments
Chelsea destroys Man United