Here are today's newspaper headlines
NO SOVEREIGN GUARANTEES FOR SOEs
The government has sent a clear signal to state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that it will no longer issue any sovereign guarantees to them to enable them to borrow.
SLUMP IN AGRIC WORRYING – ISSER
The ISSER has described as worrying the slow growth of the agriculture sector, which it says grew at 2.4 per cent in 2015.
I NEVER PAID SHATTA WALE – SAYS MINISTER
Roads and Highways Minister, Inusah Fuseini, yesterday said he never paid dancehall musician, Shatta Wale to perform at his campaign launch in Tamale on Saturday.
COP KILLED ON DUTY
A police officer attached to the Special Weapons and Tactics Unit (SWAT) headquarters has reportedly been shot dead by a gang of armed robbers who stormed the premises of Polytank Limited on the Spintex road, near Coca Cola Bottling Company Ltd in Accra yesterday dawn.
NPP MANIFESTO TAKES SHAPE
CHANGE IS NON-NEGOTIABLE – NDUOM
PPP says a “change of government in the December 7 polls is non-negotiable”, subsequently the party has called on the electorate to ensure that the ruling NDC party is not retained in power.
ECG staff stage protest for MD to be removed
Protest by workers of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) at the headquarters of the power distributor in Accra is creating tension.
MTN TO LIST ON GSE
MTN Ghana has commenced moves to offload some of its shares, possibly 35 percent to mostly local investors on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
EUROBONDS HAVE COME TO STAY – TERKPER
The Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, has stated that the decision to raise capital through the issuance of international bonds, otherwise known as Eurobond, has become a mainstay in Ghana’s borrowing mix as it provides a cheap source of funds to support the country’s recurrent capital expenditure.