Here are today's newspaper headlines.
RAPE GIRL EXPOSED
Information reaching Daily Guide indicated that the alleged kidnapping and gang raping of the Takoradi-based YFM radio presenter, Adaeze Onyiyechie Ayoka, also called Ada, was staged.
MINISTERS CHASED BY ANGRY STUDENTS
Two Deputy Minister sand three other senior government officials were yesterday humiliated by students from five colleges of education in the Ashanti Region who told them in the face to go away with their propaganda.
ROBBERS KILL GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Francis Thomas Anderson, a 29-year-old graphic designer with E-volution Company at Osu, an event organising company, yesterday lost his life when he attempted to prevent a six-member robbery gang from entering his house at Kwashieman, a suburb of Accra.
ZOOMLION WORKERS PROTEST AGAINST NON-PAYMENT OF SALARIES
Some angry casual workers, mainly sweepers of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, a waste management company embarked on a demonstration in protest against the non-payment of their salaries for six months.
GOVERNMENT APPROVES NATIONAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT BILL
The President, John Mahama, has assented to the National Youth Employment Agency Bill to provide decent jobs to the requisite skills-set for the job market.
MAD RUSH FOR DRIVING LICENCES AT DVLA
Hundreds applicants yesterday thronged the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) offices near the 37 military Hospital in Accra, desirous of collecting their driving licences.
STUDENTS SACK MAHAMA BOYS
Two Deputy Ministers, together with the acting Director of the National Service Secretariat, got more than what they bargained in Kumasi yesterday when they were heckled and humiliated by some angry students at Wesley College on Wednesday.
RADIO PRESENTER NOT RAPED
The YFM presenter who gripped the entire nation with an allegation of abduction and rape may have been acting a movie with the Ghanaian populace being gullible spectators.
A-G EXPOSES ‘CHOP CHOP’ AT TAKORADI POLY
The Auditor General has ordered the Takoradi Polytechnic to recover Ȼ155,325.69 paid to some contractors.
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SETH TERKPER IS IMF SPIN DOCTOR
The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has taken a swipe at Seth Terkper, the Finance Minister for the active role he played in securing the financial bailout for Ghana from the International Monetary Fund and accused him of being a “spin doctor” for the Breton Wood institution.
KONADU/BARNAFO LEGAL TUSSLE OVER DIVERSIFIED STATE ASSET: COURT GIVES VERDICT ON MONDAY
An Accra High Court Judge, Justice George K. Koomson, would on Monday deliver his verdict on the fierce legal battle between former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings and others and old time friend Dr. Albert Owusu Barnafo, over a divested state asset.
YOUTH FIGHT POLICE OVER ARREST OF THREE PERSONS AT CHINTO
The Youth of Chinto in Nsawam Adoagjiri in the Eastern Region are up in arms against the Ghana Police Service for arresting the Chief of the area Nana Yaw Finako III and two others on the alleged killing of Nana Kofi Mankata who claim to be chief of the area.