Here are today's newspaper headlines
BAWUMIA DAZES NDC ON DUMSOR, CORRUPTION, INCOMPETENCE
The vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia says President John Mahama cannot run away from the fact that his government has displayed abysmal performance and so must not be re-elected.
GNPC GRILLED OVER CHOP CHOP
Former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Tsatsu Tsikata; former acting CEO of the Corporation, Nana Boakye Asafu-Adjaye; former Corporate Affairs Manager, Esther Cobah and a former Field Evaluation and Development Manager and now Deputy Minister for Petroleum, Benjamin Dagadu, are likely to cough up the 5 million cedis allegedly paid to them as ex-gratia.
MAN KILLS WIFE, 3 KIDS WITH ACID
Residents of Yaw Kyeremakrom, near Koforidua in the Eastern Region were thrown into a state of shock on Wednesday morning when five family members were found dead in what residents believe to be an acid attack.
DONOR FUNDING DECLAIMS STEADILY
Disbursement of grants from Ghana’s donor community has been declining significantly in the last five years, a phenomenon experts say has worrying implications for the country’s progress.
MANUFACTURING FIRMS RECORD HUGE LOSES
Many manufacturing firms continue to record losses in their operations due to a host of factors including the hostile exchange rate market and the poor power situation in the country.
NLA TO BE DRAGGED TO COURT
Today can report that the National Lottery Authority (NLA) will soon face the law for breach of faith and causing financial loss to the state.
SANCTION SAM GEORGE – ET MENSAH TELLS NDC
The campaign team of the incumbent MP for Ningo-Prampram, E. T. Mensah has asked the national leadership of the governing National Democratic Congress to sanction parliamentary candidate elect for the area, Samuel George for masterminding irregularities and misconducts during the primaries a fortnight ago.