Here are today's newspaper headlines.
MASSIVE FRAUD EXPOSED: BOST OFFICIALS, BDCS CITED
A comprehensive audit report on the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) Company from 2006 has revealed massive corruption involving past and present officials of the company.
The State yesterday dropped charges against ace broadcaster, Kwesi Kyei Darkwah, who was accused of raping a 19-year-old student in a hotel in Accra.
RUING ON GHANA, COTE D’IVOIRE DISPUTE SATURDAY
The Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Laws of the Sea (ITLOS) will on Saturday, April 25, 2015, deliver its ruling in the disputed maritime boundary.
The Attorney General (AG) Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong, yesterday threw in the towel, indicating that she is no longer interested in processing showbiz icon, Kwasi Kyei Darkwah aka KKD, who was standing trial for rape at an Accra High Court.
INCREASE HFC SHARE PRICE
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of HFC Bank (Ghana) Limited comes off today Thursday, April 23, 2015 in Accra with the mandatory takeover offer price of Republic Bank to shareholders expected to feature prominently.
WORKERS PETITION CJ OVER BIASED JUDGE
Eleven Workers’ Unions battling the government over the management of their Second Tier Pension Funds in court have asked the Chief Justice (CJ) to remove the judge handling the case because they claim he is “biased.”
OIL AND GAS WORKERS BEST PAID
Ghanaian employees in the energy sector and well as the oil and gas industry are the highest paid in the country, according to the Ghana Living Standard Surveys Round 6 by the Ghana Statistical Service.
DEBT – IMF WORLD BANK WARN GHANA
Ghana’s rising debt profile is increasingly drawing the attention of the world’s major international finance institutions as they have warned that the country risks losing its credit worthiness as well as its ability to repay the mounting debts.
THE GHANAIAN TIMES
NORTHERN SHSS DEFY GES ORDER
Headmasters of public Senior High Schools (SHS) in the three northern regions have defiled the directives of the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service to them to reopen schools because feeding grants for students have been released into the accounts of the various schools.
GHANA’S CASE IN BOUNDARY DISPUTE WITH IVORY COAST STRONG
The Minister of Petroleum, Emmanuel Armah Kofi Buah, has reaffirmed that Ghana has a strong case to settle its boundary dispute with neighbouring La Cote d’Ivoire to pave the way for a peaceful business environment.
FIREMEN ACCUSED OF EXTORTION IN CAPE COAST
Some personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFA), are alleged to be extorting money from individuals and businesses and issuing them with Safety Certification.