Here are today's newspaper headlines
GHANA STILL IMPORTS POWER
The relatively cheaper cost of electricity from Cote d’Ivoire is the reason Ghana continues to import power from that country sources have said.
IT’S TIME TO CHANGE MAHAMA – AKUFO-ADDO
The presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Monday began his five-day tour of the Volta Region with a clarion call to residents of the region to help change President Mahama’s government on December 7 and return the country onto the path of progress and prosperity.
INCOME LEVELS SHOULD INFLUENCE FIXING OF UTILITIES TARIFFS – MDU
PPP vows to expose Mahama and his 'looting cabal' soon
MAHAMA PLOTS AGAINST NDUOM: USES EC, EOCO and GRAPHIC FOR HATCHET WORK
EC SUED AGAIN OVER SPECIAL VOTING
The Electoral Commission has been sued once again, this time over the conduct of the special voting reserved for certain public officials, security agencies and other people who have election-related assignments on December 7.
VOLTA NOT FOR NDC – CHIEF
A chief in the Volta region has dispelled claims that the people in the region are members or supporters of the governing National Democratic Congress.
I’LL BAN SOCIAL MEDIA – IDP INSISTS
The police administration says it has not backtracked on its decision to ban social media on election day.
MOBILE MONEY SEES 118% GROWTH
The total value of all transactions made on the mobile money networks has topped Ȼ37.07 billion as at July this year, representing more than 118 percent value since July 2015.
GOLD FIELDS TO INVEST $1.4B IN DAMANG MINE
Mining giants Gold Fields Limited, is to invest $1.4 billion in a reinvestment plan for its Damang operations.
ACCEPT COURT DECISIONS – JUSTICE DOTSE APPEALS TO POLITICAL PARTIES
A justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Jones Dotse, has urged political parties to accept the decisions of the courts on the electoral disputes that may arise from the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections.
NDUOM DENIES INVITATION FROM EOCO, BUT AYARIGA REPORTS
The flagbearers of the Progressive People’s Party, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, and that of the All People’s Congress, Mr Hassan Ayariga respectively have given different reactions to the Daily Graphic report that they have been invited by the Economic and Organised Crime Office to explain their sources of campaign funds.
ROBBERS ATTACK AMBULANCE LEADING TO DEATH OF 10-DAY-OLD BABY
A 10-year-old was left to die in the early hours of Sunday after suspected highway robbers held the ambulance conveying her from Tumu to Wa in the Upper West region hostage for nearly two hours.
PRESIDENT’S FAMILY DONATES TO CARDIO CENTRE