Here are today's newspaper headlines
ECONOMIC CHALLENGES HIT LIFE INSURERS AS GROWTH DECLINE, BUT POTENTIAL REMAINS
Life insurance companies in the country are now faced with significant challenges in selling insurance policies to consumers as the pressure in the economy forces people to cut down on their discretionary expenditure.
NON-OIL SECTORS NEED CONSOLIDATION
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof Ebenezer Oduro Owusu has called for policies that will stimulate and consolidate growth in the non-oil sector, which last year grew the fastest for the first time in five years; outpacing overall GDP growth.
REBATE SCHEME HEAPS UP 10,000 USED FRIDGES
WE’LL SUPPLY BEST DIESEL AT NO EXTRA COST – BDCs PLEDGE
Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (BDCs) have expressed their readiness to import diesel with sulphur specifications of diesel 10 parts per million (ppm) as is traded in Europe at no extra cost to the consumer.
Woman beheaded by boyfriend - 3 jailed 36 years for robbing cabbie
Police warn parties, don't use thugs at polling centres or... - Govt increases cocoa producer price
NPP REJECTS CHRAJ REPORT ON MAHAMA FORD
The opposition NPP has shot down a report by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) seeking to clear President John Mahama of any wrongdoing in the infamous Ford vehicle gift scandal which rocked the presidency a couple of months ago.
MINISTER BLOWS GH¢80,000 ON SHATTA WALE