Here are today's newspaper headlines
Afoko loses case
Law to regulate polls yet ready
AFOKO THROWN OUT
The legal action by the suspend National Chairman of the NPP Mr Paul Afoko, challenging his suspension was yesterday dismissed by the Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court.
PRESIDENT CHALLENGED OVER MONTIE TRIO
A legal practitioner, Mr Elikpilim Agbemava, wants the Supreme Court to restain President John Mahama from pardoning the Montie trio until a suit challenging the President’s prerogative of authority is determined by the court.
REINTRODUCE ‘TABOO’DAYS TO PRESERVE ENVIRONMENT – REV. DR FRIMPONG-MANSO
NPP FLOORS AFOKO
A human rights court in Accra presided over by Justice Anthony K. Yeboah, yesterday affirmed the indefinite suspension of Paul A. Afoko as the National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
‘FOREIGN’ VOTERS MISSING IN COURT
Some voters in the Ho West Constituency of the Volta Region who are suspected to be foreigners failed to appear before a magistrate court where a case was filed against their eligibility to be registered as voters.
ONLY 6.6M VOTERS VERIFIED; 29550 NHI CARD VOTERS RE-REGISTERED
Despite the fact that exhibition of the voters’ register is very important in the electoral process, less than half of registered voters verified their names during the 21 days of voters’ exhibition exercise carried out by the Electoral Commission.
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