Here are today's newspaper headlines
BISHOP BONEGAS IN TROUBLE – POLICE INVESTIGATE HIM FOR UNLAWFUL USE OF COP
The police are investigating the conduct of Bishop Daniel Kwame Kissi Bonegas, the Founder and Overseers of the Great Fire Pentecostal International Ministry, for allegedly engaging a policeman for guard duties without authority.
GIVE LITIGANTS FAIR DAY IN COURT – PRESIDENT TELLS JUDGES
President John Mahama has called n the Supreme Court to instill confidence in litigants so that parties to a case would be assured of a fair day in court.
GMA EXTENDS STRIKE DEADLINE TO JULY 29
After a marathon meeting of its General Assembly in Accra, the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has decided to push its planned gradual withdrawal of its services to July 29, 2015.
KOFI JUMAH PETITIONS A-G
The former Member of Parliament for the Asokwa Constituency, Maxwell Kofi Jumah, and his campaign Operations Director, Riches Oscar have petitioned the Attorney General over their prosecution.
BLAME A-G, JUDGE FOR WOYOME SCANDAL – LEAKED REPORT
The credibility of former Attorney General Betty Mould-Iddrisu, along with that of Justice Amandu Tanko, the trial judge who caused the payment of a whooping Ȼ51.2 million judgment debt to NDC bankroller Alfred Agbesi Woyome, has been brought to question.
CONFUSION HITS EC BOSS
Some issues are coming out of the appointment of Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei as Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC), among which is the accusation that President John Mahama is setting bad precedent.
GOVERNMENT CHOPS $1.3B – BAWUMIA
Running mate of the Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Mahamudu Bawumia has accused the National Democratic Congress of stealing $1.3 billion.
CORPORATE FAILURES IMMINENT
Deep throat sources in the finance and banking sectors have warned of imminent massive corporate failures as banks in the country are reluctant to work with business to restructure debts.
15 PERCENT HIKE IN FUEL PRICES TOMORROW
The prices of petroleum products will go up by between 10 percent and 15 percent tomorrow, influenced by continuous fall of the cedi, full deregulation and 17.5 percent Special Petroleum Tax.
RESULTS OF IMF REVIEW OUT TODAY
Ghana is likely to clear the first review of its $918 million programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and secure a fresh disbursement of funds aimed at stabilizing its economy, sources close to the deal said, Monday.
ACUTE WATER SHORTAGE HITS TAMALE
An acute water shortage has hit the Tamale Metropolis of the Northern Region for the past two weeks. The situation is impacting residents negatively because in the month of Ramadan, Muslims need water most.
YOUTH RUN RIOT AS THEY VANDALIZE SALAGA VRA OFFICE
An angry mob in Salaga in the Gonja East District in the Northern region yesterday attacked the offices of the Volta River Authority (VRA) and the Northern Electricity Distribution Company (NEDCo) in protest against ongoing power outages in the community.
POLICE REACT TO FUEL SHORTAGE
Ghana Police Service has denied a story published by Today that the service has been hit by fuel shortage.
NUCLEAR ENERGY GETS LEGAL BACKING
Parliament has approved the Nuclear Regulatory Bill, 2015, with law-makers optimistic it will help with the management of radioactive waste resulting from civilian application in the country.
IMF REVIEW VERDICT IN…TERPKER MUST DO MORE
A team from the International Monetary Fund is today expected to tell Ghanaian authorities their efforts to achieve fiscal consolidation are not good enough, and that government must do more as it concludes the first review of the 3-year Fund programme.
CEDI VOLATILITY DAMPENS HOPES OF BUSINESSES
Business entities say they are less optimistic about the prospects of the economy primarily because of the unpredictability of the value of the cedi against the other major trading currencies, the Bank of Ghana has noted.