Here are today's newspaper headlines
RETURN TO WORK AND CONTINUE NEGOTIATING – PRESIDENT URGES STRIKING DOCTORS
President John Mahama has called on public sector doctors to call off their strike and return to the negotiating table and promised that the government will negotiate in good faith.
BOG EXTENDS MORATORIUM TO DKM FOR ADDITIONAL 30 DAYS
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has extended the 60-day moratorium it gave DKM Diamond Microfinance Company Limited by an additional 30 days to expire on September 11, 2015.
6 KILLED IN TUOBODOM GUN BATTLE
Fighting erupted in Tuobodom, near Techiman in the Brong Ahafo Region Wednesday leaving six persons dead.
GOVERNMENT GIVES CREDIT TO YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS
One hundred and seven young people were ushered into the world of entrepreneurship yesterday when they received monetary support totaling about 2.7 million cedis under the Youth Enterprise Support (YES) initiative.
I’M A LIVING GOAT – MAHAMA SPEAKS
President John Mahama Wednesday said he has resurrected from the land of the dead. as he is no longer a ‘dead goat’ but a living one.
NANA APPEALS TO DOCTORS
The Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, has appealed to striking doctors to return to the negotiating table and resolve their deadlock with the government.
7 SHOT DEAD IN TUOBODOM
A protracted chieftaincy dispute at Tuobodom in the Techiman Municipality of the Brong-Ahafo Region has claimed seven lives after gunmen had attacked the palace of Nana Baffuor Asare, chief of Tuobodom, in broad daylight.
I’M A LIVING GOAT
President John Mahama has declared that he is not a dead goat, contrary to statements which made rounds in sections of the Ghanaian media that the President had claimed “I am a dead goat”.
6 DIE IN TUOBODOM GUNFIRE
At least six people are feared dead and as many as eight injured, following sporadic gunshots at Tuobodom in the Brong Ahafo Region between two feuding factions, the Techiman Police Command revealed on Wednesday.
GHANA TO SUPPLY WATER TO TOGO’S COMMUNITIES
Ghana is to supply water to eight towns and villages in Lome, Togo in 2017.
CLEARING AGENT SHOT DEAD
A 47-year-old clearing agent, George Kwesi Agbenu, was shot dead in the head at his residence at Jericho, a suburb of Ashaiman at dawn on Tuesday by three unknown men who fled after the attack.
COMPENSATION FOR FREE ZONE ENCLAVE LAND: WESTERN REGION COMMUNITY DEMANDS CASH FROM CHIEFS
Tension is mounting at Sofokrom in the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis, as three families have accused the Chief of Sofokrom, Nana Kwesi Badi II, of allegedly diverting 2.5 million cedis meant for them.