Here are today's newspaper headlines
DON’T BE MERCENARIES – EC BOSS ADVISES JOURNALISTS
Chair person of the Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei has urged media owners and journalists to resist any attempt to be used as mercenaries in the run up to the December general election.
KNUST GRADUATING FEMALE MEDICAL STUDENT WINS 13 AWARDS
Graduating female medical student of the School of Medicine at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has Saturday set a record by sweeping 13 of the 15 awards on offer. Dr Fathia Karim broke the exciting school’s record set by male graduate, who won eight awards last year
I’LL RETURN GHANA TO PATH OF PROGRESS – AKUFFO-ADDO
The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has stated that if he is given the mandate, he will return the country onto the path of progress and prosperity.
STOP INSULTS ATTACKS: EC boss demands from media
ANAS, FINDER EMERGE TOPS AT 21 GJA AWARDS
Iconic Investigative Journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, and the Editor of The Finder Newspaper, Mr Elvis Darko, grabbed the two most valuable prizes at the 21 annual Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) awards held over the weekend.
RECKLESS MEDIA, THREAT TO STABILITY – EC BOSS
The Chairperson of the EC, Charlotte Osei, has cautioned the media against publishing careless, untrue and inaccurate stories that have the potential to threaten the stability of the country.
NANA ADDO PLEDGES ONE-VILLAGE-ONE-DAM TO BOOST AGRIC
BOG TO RULE OVER WHETHER TELCOS CAN DO BANKING
The Central Bank has refused to rule out the possibility of mobile money operators entering into the commercial banking into the commercial banking space amidst concerns from banks about the effects such a move will have on their operations.
TERTIARY EDUCATION SECTOR GROWING…BUT
The latest list of accredited tertiary institutions from the National Accreditation Board (NAB) has reveled that the country’s higher education sector is growing, with about 195 institutions operating currently with accreditation.
SAVE NHIS FROM POLITICS – DOCTOR PLEADS