Here are today's newspaper headlines
BoG URGED TO MOTIVATE BANKS INTO AGRIC
President of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB), Clifford Duke Mettle has called on the central bank to initiate schemes that will motivate commercial banks to help the agricultural sector boom.
INSPECTION DELAY CAUSED FLIGHTS SHUTDOWN
NPRA CAUTIONS CONTRIBUTORS TO BE WARY OF IMPOSTERS
ANAS BRIBE SCANDAL: JUDGE SACKED OVER GHC700 WEE CASH
An apparently disgraced circuit court judge in the Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI investigative piece was said to have collected GHC700 to grant bail to a young man who was standing trial over narcotic drug offence.
ASAMOAH GYAN CLEARED OF RAPE
NEW YA NA IN FEBRUARY
ROT IN FRUIT JUICE IMPORTS – GOVT TO LOSE OVER $30M ANNUALLY
The Finder newspaper is reporting that its investigations have revealed that massive corrupt deals and malfeasance still persist a that Tema Port in the application of duties on some brands of imported fruit juice.
VOTERS’ REGISTER PANEL SUBMISSION OT READY – EC
The Electoral Commission yesterday affirmed that the Professor V.C.R.A.C Crabbe’s five-man panel which held public hearing on the controversy surrounding the voters’ register is yet to complete its work.
PRESIDENTIAL SPECIAL SUPPORT FOR SHEA FACING CHALLENGES
FAKE FOOTBALL AGENT ARRESTED