Here are today's newspaper headlines
ANOTHER SCAM HITS POLICE
Another recruitment scam involving a number of young men and women has hit the Ghana Police Service.
NPP, NDC SELECT CANDIDATES FOR TALENSI BY-ELECTION
The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the dominant opposition party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are set for the Talensi by-elections slated for July 7, 2015.
CONTROVERSY: DICs APPLY FOR ‘EXPRESSION OF INTEREST’ TO SETTLE JUDGEMENT DEBT
Despite the controversy surrounding the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s (MOTI’s) request for all the five Destination Inspection Companies (DICs) to submit offers for the settlement of a GHC197 million judgement debt to Bankswitch Ghana Limited, it has emerged that the companies have submitted Expressions of Interest for consideration.
DZAMEFE COMMISSION READY FOR SALE
The Assembly Press has stated that the Dzamefe Commission’s Report is ready for sale to any interested person and organisations.
SODOM AND GOMORRAH DEMOLITION EXPOSES ILLEGAL CONNECTIONS
GOV’T ADMITS $175M CASH FOR CONTRACT
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) government has admitted that it indeed asked Destination Inspection Companies (DICs) to contribute $175 million to the repayment of judgement debt to Bankswitch, a private IT firm, in exchange for contracts.
RAIN SCATTERS NDC RALLY
SODOM AND GOMORRAH FLATTENED
FUND MANAGERS BITTER OVER TIER-2 SNUB
Pension fund managers have threatened to lay-off workers and close shop altogether over government’s refusal to pay workers contributions to the Tier-2 of the three-tier pension scheme.
DOMESTIC AIRLINES PONDER FARE INCREASE
GTBANK, AIRTEL PREMIER IN STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
AMA PULLS DOWN SODOM AND GOMORRAH
SHOCKING REALITY OF VOODOO, HUMAN SACRIFICE IN GHANA
NO HOPE FOR GHANA UNDER MAHAMA – EIU PREDICTS
CHIEFS SHOULD PLAY PARTISAN POLITICS – MAJORITY LEADER ADVOCATES
BUSINESS CONFIDENCE DIPS
INFLATION EXPECTED TO SLOW TO 13% N 2016
TOR RECEIVES HOPES OF REVIVAL TO REFINE 60,000 BARRELS OF CRUDE OIL DAILY
SENCHI CONSENSUS IS ACADEMIC EXERCISE – BEIGE CEO
The Chief Executive Officer of Beige Capital, Mike Nyinaku says the various platforms for the discussion of Ghana’s economic growth would continue to remain merely academic exercises if it is not backed by action.
GOV’T READY FOR EUROBOND BUT IMF SHOW RESERVATIONS
Despite some speculations that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) may delay government in issuing a billion dollar Eurobond this year, the Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has assured that government will make all efforts to get the facility in order to propel the infrastructure development needed by the country.