Here are today's newspaper headlines.
INVESTIGATE NYANTAKYI, GFA – GOVERNMENT WHITE PAPER ON BRAZIL PROBE
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) and its President are to face a forensic audit for their alleged financial deals in matches played by the Black Stars towards Ghana’s participation in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
MINORITY LEADER’S BID UNDER THREAT
The Minority Leader in Parliament, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu is in a battle of his life to retain the Suame seat in the Ashanti Region as the New Patriotic Party (NPP) goes to the primaries tomorrow.
9 MPS STRANDED AS NPP VOTES
The New Patriotic Party has precluded 29 constituencies from participating in tomorrow’s primaries across the country to elect candidates for the 2016 parliamentary poll.
WE’LL WIN IN 2016
Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged Ghanaians to have trust in him and vote for him in 2016 because he is confident of winning hands down.
WHERE IS $600 CONTI CASH
The controversy surrounding the Conti loan that would have financed the implementation of what the government calls ‘an elaborate drainage system’ in the Accra Metropolis refuses to decline.
5 MPS PULL OUT OF TOMORROW’S NPP PRIMARIES
As the New Patriotic Party (NPP) goes to the polls tomorrow, to elect its parliamentary candidates ahead of sitting Members of Parliament (MPs) who are seeking re-election are under intense pressure to prove their worth as a number of aspirants seek to take over their seats.
GOVERNMENT TO MAKE ECG ATTRACTIVE TO INVESTORS IN POWER SECTOR
The Deputy Minister of Power, John Jinapor, has stated that the government is vigorously seeking to financially strengthen the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) to make it attractive to independent power producers (IPPs) and investors who are eager to invest in the power sector but have been unable to do so due to uncertainties with ECG’s finances.
POWER TOO RISKY FOR INVESTORS
Panelists at the fourth edition of the Ghana economic Forum (GEF) 2015 say the power sector, as it stands now, is too risky to attract significant private capital to bridge the current generational shortfall of some 700 megawatts and meet future demand.
ANTRAK SUSPENDS OPERATIONS
Antrak Air, a wholly owned indigenous domestic operator, has suspended its operations for the next three months following challenges with its wet-lease arrangement with Swift Air, a Spanish airliner, for the use of the latter’s two ATR 72-500 turbo-prop aircraft, BFT has gathered.
VOICE MARKET GROWTH MOMENTUM SLOWS
Industry performance data released by the National Communication’s Authority (NCA) has revealed that the rate of growth of mobile telephony voice subscription has slowed down, despite telecom companies accounting for over 31 million voice subscribers as at March this year.
JOYCE ABABIO GOES DIGITAL
It is generally perceived that fashion designing and sewing could only be learnt formal institutions or on the job. However, in today’s digital age, you can sit in the comfort of your home or office in that little corner of the globe to get all the training you need to become a professional fashion designer.
“DONATE ESSENTIAL ITEMS TO VICTIMS”
Benevolent Ghanaians from all works of life have been visiting victims of the June 3 Accra floods and fire disaster currently on admission at the hospital to ascertain their condition, pray for them and also donate items for their upkeep.