Here are today's newspaper headlines
BoG FACES PROBE OVER GH¢2 MILLION GOLD WATCHES
Many Ghanaians have expressed outrage and have called for a probe into the decision of the Bank of Ghana to purchase gold watches for its retiring staff who have served the bank for 30 years or more.
CRISIS AT USHER CLINIC
Effective health delivery at the Ussher Polyclinic in Accra has suffered some major setbacks over the past few months due to the inability of the clinic to provide X-ray services to patients at the facility.
WAPCO TO RESUME GAS SUPPLY: WHILST $162 MILLION VRA DEBT LINGERS
The West Africa Gas Pipeline Company (WAPCo) has said it is ready to resume transportation of some 30 million standard cubic feet per day of gas to the Volta River Authority, although it expects the latter to fully settle $50 million out of its $162 million debt as soon as possible.
MIXED RESULTS HALF-WAY THROUGH IMF BAILOUT
In April last year when the Finance Minister Seth Terkper put pen to paper on a 3-year Extended Credit Facility deal with the IMF, many economists including the Fund itself described the $918 million deal as “ambitious”.
ECONOMY LOSING OUT ON $400 BILLION DAIRY MARKET
IMANI scores NDC govt's performance 52.9%
EC not ready to announce candidates
Gunshots at EC over voters transfer
PPP Osu Klottey candidate is dead
REJECT ‘JM TOASO’ SAYS NANA
The flag bearer of the NPP Nana Akufo-Addo has urged the Ghanaian electorate not to fall for President John Mahama’s ‘JM Toaso’ mantra, which he says is deceptive.
DROP GABBY – CPP TELLS IVOR
The man selected by the CPP flag bearer to be his running mate for the December presidential election Gabby Nsiah Nketiah is under fire from some of the party’s members.
2 KILLED AT PETROL STATION
NDC SCORES 52.9% ON 2012 MANIFESTO
The ruling NDC has been able to achieve 52.9% of its 2012 manifesto promises, IMANI Ghana, a policy think tank has stated.
Eva Lokko passes on
CPP, NDP introduce running mates