Here are today's newspaper headlines.
RADIO PRESENTER TO FACE COURT FOR DECEIT OF PUBLIC
The YFM presenter, Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka, who recently hit local headlines with what the police later described as a cooked kidnapping and sexual assault encounter is to be charged with deceit of the public.
HEAD OF MURDERED WOMAN FOUND
The severed head of the 26-year-old woman who was murdered in cold blood at Nsuaem Number Two in the Bosome Freho District in the Ashanti Region last Saturday has been found by the police.
KEEA ASSEMBLY COMMON FUND FROZEN
The Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) Municipal Assembly is currently faced with serious liquidity problems as a result of an embargo placed on its share of the District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) by the Accra Human Rights Court.
MAHAMA NOMINATES APAU, PWAMANG FOR SUPREME COURT
The President John Mahama, has nominated Mr Justice Yaw Apau, a justice of the Court of Appeal and Mr Gabriel Scott Pwamang, a private legal practitioner, to the Supreme Court.
BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL TIMES
BOG TIGHTENS REGULATIONS
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has served notice to financial institutions of planned activities to cleanse the sector of errant firms that have failed to abide by regulations in the banking sector, in a clear sigh=n the authorities have adopted a hands-on approach.
ILLEGAL MINING POSES THREAT TO BUI DAM
The Bui Power Authority (BPA) has expressed concern that the continuous activities of illegal mining within its acquired land area poses a significant threat to the operations of the Bui Hydroelectric dam, which could affect power generation.
BACK PROMISE TO END ‘DUMSOR’ WITH ACTION – LABOUR
The Maritime and Dockworkers uNion (MDU) of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called on government to support the incessant promises to tackle the erratic power situation with extensive investment in the energy sector.
THE NEW STATEMAN
PANIC GRIPS TOP GHANAIAN POLITICIANS AS DUBAI BANK FREEZE ACCOUNTS OF NIGERIAN POLITICIANS
Information reaching the New Statesman indicates that panic has gripped some top politicians in Ghana who have allegedly stashed tens of millions of dollars in accounts at banks in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.
PPP: MAHAMA’S GOVERNMENT WORST IN GHANA’S HISTORY
The Progressive People’s Party has taken a serious swipe at President John Mahama, describing his National Democratic Congress government as the worst in the country’s history.