Here are today's newspaper headlines
AZORKA BAMBA BOYS TO BE DISBANDED; INVINCIBLE FORCES, BOLGA BULL DOGS WILL NOT BE SPARED
A security expert Emmanuel Sowatey, says it is time politicians stopped using vigilantes in political activities as there are repercussions that go beyond politics.
SIC UNDER AUCTIONEER’S GAVEL
Barring any last-minute intervention, the State Insurance Company (SIC) is set to lose its assets as a result of a Ȼ232 million debt it owes Ivory Finance Company Limited.
STAY CLEAR OF 51 UNACCREDITED INSTITUTIONS
Fifty-one tertiary institutions which offer admissions to students to study courses do not have accreditation to do so, the National Accreditation Board (NAB) has said.
WORKERS PROTEST ‘WORSENING ECONOMIC SITUATION’
Scores of workers yesterday demonstrated in Tema against what they called the worsening economic situation in the country.
I CAN’T BE SACKED – WOYONGO
Embattled Interior Minister Mark Owen Woyongo has called the bluff of those calling for his comment on the recent bloody attacks during the Talensi by-election.
13,000 WORKERS LOSE JOBS OVER DUMSOR
About 2,000 members of the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) Ghana, have expressed anger at what they describe as mismanagement of the country’s economy by government.
4 KILLED BIMBILLA OVER MEAT
Four persons are reported dead following a shooting incident in Bimbilla in the Northern Region.
Ȼ2.1BN CASH CHOPPED
Members of Parliament (MPs) from both sides of the House were yesterday overawed by the extent of misappropriation and malfeasance in most public institutions and public companies.
MISSING US$ 4M MYSTERY DEEPENS
The mystery behind the US$4 million made available to Ghana for the establishment of 110 diabetes clinics throughout the country appears to deepen by the day.
POLICE TO INVESTIGATE NDC, NPP
The police administration says it is unlawful for political parties and other groups to set up vigilante groups in the country. It has therefore warned that all such groups are going to be investigated.
UNCERTAINTY CLOUDS SIC OPERATIONS AS JUDGEMENT DAY LOOMS
SIC Insurance Company Limited will have to wait until next week Thursday to find out if it can continue operations, as an Accra High Court (Commercial Division) has fixed July 16, 2015 to determine a case brought to it by the insurance company to stop Ivory Finance Company Limited from disposing off its assets.
TAMALE AIRPORT READY BY DECEMBER
The first phase of rehabilitation and expansion works to transform the Tamale Airport into an international one is expected to be completed by December, three months later than initially planned due to technical challenges.
EU ISSUES 322 RED FLAGS OVER SUBSTANDARD GOODS
The European Union (EU) has issued 322 alerts to Ghana of two months this year, creating a huge concern for policy makers as the EU bloc remains the country’s single biggest market for non-traditional exports.
GOVERNMENT PAYS Ȼ200,000 COMPENSATION TO FRANCIS AGYARE
After 14 years behind bars without trial, Francis Agyare can now start a new life after claims awarded to him by the Human Rights Court against the state have finally been paid.
NO DENTIST IN UPPER EAST AND WEST REGIONS
Chief Dental Officer of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) Dr Constance Addo-Yobo has revealed that there are no dentists in the Upper East and Upper West Regions.