Here are today's newspaper headlines.
$350DONOR SUPPORT COMING FOLLOWING IMF ASSISTANCE
The Finance Minister, Mr Seth Terkper is confident that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme with Ghana will bolster renewed credibility in the country’s home-grown policies.
POLICE INTENSIFY SEARCH FOR 3 DENU FUGITIVES
Three out of seven suspects who escaped from the Denu police cells are still at large. They are Albert Asadu and Tobechuku Obina, both Nigerians, and Edem Gomala, a Ghanaian.
METHODIST CHURCH SEEKS BAILOUT TO PAY DEBT OF ITS UNIVERSITY
The Methodist Church of Ghana is seeking an urgent bailout from its members across the country to support the church’s university The Methodist University College (MUC) in Accra.
WHY I JOINED NPP RACE – KOJO OPPONG NKRUMAH SPEAKS
Former host of Joy FM Super Morning Show, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has finally declared his intention to contest for the upcoming parliamentary primary of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency in the eastern Region.
MAMA PAT TARGETS 85% VOTES
Patricia Appiagyei, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa in Kumasi, has pledged to win 85 percent votes in the constituency for her party in the 2016 elections.
“I TOLD JONATHAN HE WILL LOSE” – T B JOSHUA
Controversial founder of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T. B. Joshua, on Sunday said he told the outgoing Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan that he would lose last week’s presidential election.
BANKS RIP OFF CUSTOMERS
The desire of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to move the country’s economic payment system into a cashless one could hit a snag as consumers who use ATM cards to pay for goods through “Point of Sale” (POS) terminals lament over high charges.
GNPC OWES GHANA OVER Ȼ6.5M
Prestea Sankofa Limited, a mining company largely owned by the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) owes the state over Ȼ6.5 million unpaid royalties.