Here are today's newspaper headlines
KANTAMANTO BOUNCES BACK 2 YEARS AFTER FIRE; TRADERS BACK TO OLD WAYS
Brisk trading activities have resumed in earnest at the Kantamanto Market, Accra’s biggest second-hand clothing hub, two years after a ferocious fire swept through the market and destroyed traders’ wares.
DON’T PLUNGE GHANA INTO MORE DEBTS – MINORITY
The Minority in Parliament has cautioned the government against plunging the country further into debt.
OTUMFUO EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER LIFELINE TO CEDI
The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has added his voice to the view being expressed by some Ghanaians that the pumping of $20 million daily into the economy to stabilize the cedi may not be sustainable.
WE ARE IN DEEP HOLE – MINORITY
The Minority New Patriotic Party (NPP) in parliament yesterday painted a gloomy picture Ghana’s economy, pointing out the with over 90 million cedis national debt, representing 67% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the economy could not be worse than this.
HACKMAN SUES 3 OVER NPP ‘SECRET’ MEETING
Former Minister of Water Resources Works and Housing in the erstwhile New Patriotic Party (NPP) government, Hackman Owusu-Agyemang has sued three individuals, including a pro-National Democratic Congress (NDC) newspaper editor, for libel in connection with the recent purported leaked tape of a meeting held at former President Kufuor’s residence.
ACID FOUND ON AFOKO
It has emerged that the dress of Gregory Afoko, one of the two persons standing trial over the murder of Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Adams Mahama which was retrieved by the police contained acid.
BORROWING: IMF TO IMPOSE LIMITS
Ghana’s rising public debt which has hit 90 million cedis has become a source of worry, prompting fears that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) could set limits on further government borrowing.
‘DUMSOR’: MANUFACTURING, CONSTRUCTION, OTHERS WORSE HIT
Construction, manufacturing, transport and storage, Electricity as well as Hospitality industries are the hardest hit sectors in the Ghanaian economy in 2015 according to a report authored by investment firm, Investcorp.