Here are today's newspaper headlines.
NDUOM LASHES AT EC FOR NOT CALLING POLITICAL PARTIES TO ORDER
The 2012 presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PP), Papa Kwesi Nduom, has criticised the Electoral Commission (EC) for not fully carrying out its constitutional mandate.
PRESIDENT INAUGURATES NDC WORKING COMMITTEES
President John Dramani Mahama has called on members of the working committees of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to bring their talents to bear on the work of the party to make it successful in the 2016 Elections and beyond.
TWO CHILDREN TRAPPED IN VEHICLE BURIED
There was shedding of tears and wailing at Meduma in the Kwabre East District in the Ashanti Region yesterday during the burial of two siblings who were trapped in a stationary car last Sunday.
ADB PAYS Ȼ5.6M AS RENT
The Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) is in the midst of a storm over the payment of a Ȼ5.6 million six-month rent advance, which is about a monthly rent of Ȼ1 million, including furnishing, for an office space at the New Accra Financial Centre (AFC).
JOBS FOR NDC BOYS – SPIO LEADS TEAM
As the failing economy hits Ghanaians hard, with its attendant increase in the rate of unemployment, the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is creating a job avenue for its teeming supporters.
ADA SPEAKS AT LAST
The controversial YFM presenter, Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka aka Princess Ada, who has been on admission at the Police Hospital after incriminating herself by staging her own kidnapping and gang rapping, has finally given out her statement to the police.
CHILD PROSTITUTES INVADE CAPE COAST
Child prostitution is booming in the Cape Coast metropolis, the Central Regional Minister, Aquinas Tawiah Quansah has stated, and also called for concerted efforts to address the problem.
JUDGE WARNS DR GABASS LAWYERS
The presiding judge of an Accra Circuit Court, Mrs Rita Agyemang-Budu, yesterday told lawyers for Dr. Ali Sulley Gabass, a medical practitioner at the Effia-Nkwanta Government Hospital, alleged to have sodomised a 16-year-old boy, that she would not tolerate any lackadaisical attitude which would drag proceedings.
EU THREATEN TO BAN GHANA’S CEREALS
Ghana is to face a ban from exporting commodities like groundnuts, peanuts butter and cereal products to the European marker it if is unable to reduce the level of aflatoxin contamination in such commodities.
PARTNERS RELEASE FUNDS
Ghana’s economic fortunes look bright in the medium to long term as its donors and development partners have commenced financial support, hitherto with held due to the country’s fiscal slippages and economic downturn.
91-DAY T-BILL TO END YEAR AT 27.50%
Investment bank, Investcorp is predicting that Ghana’s 91-day Treasury bill could end the year with a yield of 27.50 percent.