Here are today's newspaper headlines
BoG ON FIRE; SPLASHES ON GOLD WATCHES
It has emerged that the Bank of Ghana is spending over $500,000 on gold watches as retirement package for the staff of the financial institution.
MUM KILLER GRABBED
Michael Agyare, the 32-year-old unemployed man who allegedly murdered his mother and a teenage house help at Oforikrom in the Suhum Municipality of the Eastern Region, has been arrested at Kumawu in the Ashanti Region.
IMF BLOWS GOV’T COVER
An IMF data has revealed that Ghana’s economic growth in 2016 will slow down to the lowest rate recorded in more than 20 years.
NDC ZONGO MAN JOINS NPP
RITA OPPONG SHINES; SHE IS BEST TEACHER
A 41-year-old female Visual Arts teacher, Ms Rita Oppong of the Sowah Din Two Memorial School at Adentan in the Greater Accra Region was adjudged the National Best Teacher at the 22 National Best Teacher and second Best School awards held in Sunyani yesterday.
PRESIDENT COMMENTS LESSER KNOWN SCHOOLS
MAHAMA EXPOSED OVER EASTERN CORRIDOR ROADS
Presidential hopeful of the PPP, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has discounted the claims by the Mahama-led administration that it has constructed a 695-kilometer road from the Tema Roundabout in the Greater Accra Region to Kulungugu in the North-Eastern border with Burkina Faso.
DON’T WAST VOTES ON NDC, NPP – MRS NDUOM
Mrs Yvonne Nduom, wife of the 2016 flag-bearer of the PPP yesterday urged the electorate not to waste by retaining either the ruling NDC or voting for the opposition NPP.
ECONOMY TO GROW SLOWEST IN 22 YEARS
Ghana’s economy is projected to grow the slowest in more than two months in more than two decades on the back of mounting fiscal challenges, tight monetary policy and disruptions in oil production, the IMF has said in its latest World Economic Outlook report.
GIPC RECORDS 400% INCREASE IN INITIAL TRANSFERS FOR Q2 2016
The second quarter of 2016 has been a good time for foreign direct investments in Ghana in comparison to the same time last year.
FIDELITY BANK TO GO PUBLIC