Here are today's newspaper headlines.
LET’S GIVE YOUTH JOBS – PRESIDENT URGES ECOWAS LEADERS
Chairman of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government, President John Dramani Mahama, has cautioned that West African countries face a dreary future if their governments fail to tackle the problem of job creation for the youth.
ENSKINMENET OF TALENSI MP STOKES FIRE IN PARLIAMENT
Members of Parliament (MP) have expressed mixed feelings over the reported enskinment of Mr Robert Nachinab Doameng Mosore, the MP for Talensi, as the Paramount Chief of the Talensi Traditional area.
GOVERNMENT TAKES STOCK OF ECONOMY TODAY
Government will meet today to take stock of its performance from last year to the first quarter of this year.
3 MURDERED IN SEFWI FOR RITUALS
Residents of Sewfi Wiawso and its environs in the Western Region are living in fear following reported cases of suspected ritual killings that have rocked these areas in recent times.
IBRAHIM MAHAMA STORMS COURT
The purported radio recording which Bernard Antwi Boasiako, the Ashanti Regional New Patriotic Party (NPP) chairman, allegedly used to defame President Mahama and his brother, Ibrahim Mahama, was played in court for the first time on Tuesday.
GOVERNMENT SUED OVER EC BOSS
A journalist with Citi FM, an Accra-based private radio station, has sued the government over the appointment of Electoral Commission (EC) chairman.
FAMILIES’ CONDITIONS WORSEN
The wealth of Ghanaian families is fading away as fuel hikes, labour market conditions and weak management of the economy leave families less to spend on their children at a time the country’s ability to fund social services remains hobbled by slow economic growth.
CASHEW PRODUCERS SHUT DOWN IN DROVES
Almost all the major cashew processing companies in the country have shut down their operations as the result of many challenges including lack of raw nuts supply and the infamous power crisis.
BOG TO OFFLOAD SHARES IN GHIPSS TO BANKS
The central bank is considering offloading part of its shares in the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS) to commercial banks in the country, in order to drive adoption of the institution’s industry guidelines.