Here are today's newspaper headlines.
YVONNE FIRED UP FOR DUMSOR DEMO; NDC GOONS GO WILD
Attacks and threats on Ghanaian celebrities who have been championing a campaign to pressurise the John Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government to fix Ghana’s energy crisis continue unabated, even as the police have cleared the organisers to go ahead with an impending demonstration.
2 ARRESTED OVER AMERICANS’ MURDER
Two persons, Obiri Yeboah, 49, and Anokye Frimpong, 24, have been busted in connection with the death of two African-American ladies in the Akwamu Traditional Area in the Asuogyaman District of the Eastern Region.
KWABENA AGEPONG FIGHTS OVER FUFU STORY
CHURCHES CALL FOR ACTION NOW TO FIX NHIS CHALLENGES
The Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference and the Christian Council of Ghana have called on the government to act swiftly to deal with challenges associated with the National Health Insurance Scheme and the energy crisis.
WE WANT CLEAR TIMELINES FOR RESOLUTION OF POWER CRISIS – AGI
The Association of Ghana Industries has called on the government to come clear on plans to resolve the power crisis in the country to enable industries to plan.
TWO ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY KILLING EXPATS
COURT ORDERS ALI-GABASS TO OPEN DEFENCE
MAN EARNS LIVING SELLING SNAKES
For most people just an encounter with the word “snake” in an article or an image on a television screen could send them running.
Yet for others, hunting snakes is not a big deal but a great way to earn a living.
WOMAN CALL THE SHOTS AT NIMA DIVISIONAL POLICE
It is hard to imagine a more difficult situation for a police officer than being assigned as the commander for the Nima District, an area perceived by many as a very tough zone.
BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL TIMES
SSNIT RULES OUT SALE OF STC
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust says it has no intention of selling parts or its entire stake - 80 percent – in Intercity State Transport Corporation (STC) Coaches Limited, the public transport company.
BUSINESS CONFIDENCE DIPS FIRST QUARTER
After showing signs of recovery in quarter four of last year, business confidence has taken a nose-dive again as business owners are unsure when the debilitating power crisis that leads a list of hurdles confronting them with be resolved.
OIL PALM ENTREPRENEURS CALL FOR SPEEDY POLICY INTERVENTION