Here are today's newspaper headlines
AFARI-GYAN HONOURED; 42 HEALTH WORKERS ALSO RECOGNIZED
The former Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC), Dr Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, has been honoured by the state for his exemplary leadership during his terms of office.
GBA SUES A-G JUDICIAL COUNCIL
The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) and three others have instituted legal action to bring an end to what they term “persistent” failure of Presidents in the Fourth Republic to seek the advice of the Judicial Council before appointing judges to the Supreme Court.
FUEL PRICES GO UP
Prices of petroleum have shot up again by close to 15 percent, checks by the Daily Graphic in Accra have revealed.
WE’LL RESIST UNREASONABLE INCREASES IN UTILITY, FUEL PRICES – TUC
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has served notice that organised labour will resist unreasonable increases in utility tariffs and fuel prices and other such policies and measures that undermine improvement in the living standards of the working people of Ghana and their families.
NANA REJECTS APAU DRILL SHIP REPORT
Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has debunked portions of a leaked judgment debt commission report that accused him and the Kufuor administration of causing financial loss to the state in the matter of the GNPC drill ship scandal.
DEMO HITS MAHAMA IN KUMASI
Scores of people held placards, some of which had unpleasant inscriptions on them, to welcome President John Mahama who visited Aboabo Number One, a densely populated Muslim area in Kumasi, on Tuesday.
STARTIMES TO SUE GOVERNMENT FOR $200M
Management of a Chinese company with offices in Ghana, StarTimes, is battling the government of Ghana over alleged wrongful termination of contract claiming a whopping $200 million for breach of contract.
DON’T PAY MONEY FOR BAIL – POLICE ADMINISTRATION
Ghana Police Service headed by Mohammed Ahmed Alhassan, has sounded a word of caution to the general public against corrupting police personnel by giving them bribes or paying for release of suspects in various police stations in the country.
AUDIT REPORT INDICTS LEGON-GRASAG
An audit on the Financial Statements of Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG-Legon) has exposed a case of cover up, understatement and massive financial malfeasance by the executives of the Association.
CASTRO IS NOT DEAD – FATHER
The family of Theophilus Tagoe, aka Castro, is still convinced the Hiplife star is not dead but will return home alive in spite of suspicions about the manner of his disappearance during a cruise on a Jet Ski at a resort at Ada on July 6, last year.
I MISS CASTRO – ASAMOAH GYAN
It has been a tortuous time for Asamaoh Gyan after a joyous holiday trip to Ada last year turned one big tragedy, perhaps his worst nightmare and a year-long torment.