Here are today's newspaper headlines.
ECONOMY ON PATH TO RECOVERY - TERPKER
The Finance Minister, Seth Terpker, has expressed optimism that the country’s economy is heading for recovery.
THREE FINED Ȼ30,000 EACH FOR STEALING Ȼ623,000 FROM TOR
The High Court in Accra has convicted three persons for stealing Ȼ623,030 from the accounts of the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) in 2007.
NEVER AGAIN! PRESIDENT RUES DUBIOUS JUDGEMENT DEBTS
The President, John Mahama, yesterday received the final report of the Sole Commissioner on Judgement Debt and assured the nation that never again would the government dole out dubious judgement debts.
BOG BATTLES TO SAVE ECONOMY; INFLATION, ENERGY MAJOR CHALLENGES
High expectations of Ghana’s economic turnaround have been dampened what mangers of the economy say are persisting macroeconomic challenges.
CEDI, WORST AFRICAN CURRENCY
The depreciation of the Ghana cedi has not improved nor stopped despite the $114.8 million injection into the Ghanaian economy by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to shore up the local currency seven weeks ago.
MAHAMA STAFF BLOATS WITH ANYIDOHO, BATIDAM
The office of the president continues to employ more hands, despite the poor health of the economy. The staff strength had been raised from 678 in 2013 to 699 in 2014.
COURTS SHUT DOWN OVER STRIKE
The administration of justice in the country grounded to a halt yesterday as the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) commenced its intended nationwide strike.
NANA MEETS GERMAN CHANCELLOR
The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo, last Tuesday met briefly with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Deutscher Bundestag (the German Parliament) in Berlin.
YVONNE NELSON IS STILL MY FRIEND – OSCAR
Comedian, David Oscar, says despite his recent clash with actress, Yvonne Nelson, and other celebs over the #dumsormuststop vigil, they both remain good friends and their disagreement on social media will not affect the cordial relationship that exists between them.
GHANA MEETS NAIJA ON SATURDAY
On Saturday, Accra will come to a standstill when the biggest names in the music industry from Ghana and her West African neighbour, Nigeria, converge at the Accra International Conference Centre for the fifth edition of the Ghana meets Naija concert.
EAZZY PEOPLE I’M NOT USING SEX APPEAL
Hiplife artiste, Eazzy, has dismissed criticisms from the public that she has resorted to sex appeal and provocative costumes in her music videos to promote her songs.