Here are today's newspaper headlines
KOMBIAN TO DIE BY HANGING FOR KILLING POLICEMEN
The notorious armed robber, Johnson Kombian, was yesterday sentenced to death by hanging by the Fast Track High Court for killing two policemen at Nankpanduri in the Northern Region.
NDC ACCUSES NPP OF ENGAGING IN TRIBAL POLITICS
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has stated that it is poised to make meaningful contributions to ensure further gains in the electoral processes in its efforts to implement policies and programmes to transform the country.
NLC MEETS GOVERNMENT, DOCTORS OVER STRIKE
The National Labour Commission (NLC) yesterday met with striking doctors and government representatives to initiate wide-ranging measures in a bid to end the almost one month strike by the medical professionals.
GHIPPS LAUNCHES INSTANT BANK TRANSFERS
The financial services sector has today achieved a great milestone with the introduction of funds transfer service that will enable cash to move from a bank account to an account in another bank which the recipient can access instantly just like a mobile money transfer.
POLICE KILLER KOMBIAN SENTENCED TO DEATH BY HANGING
Justice Mustapha Habib Logoh, a trial judge of the Fast Track High Court trying Johnson Kombian for the murder of two police officers on duty at the Nakpanduri Scarp in the Northern Region, has sentenced him to death by hanging.
NDC FIGHTS FOR TOGOLESE VOTERS
General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has mounted a spirited defence for the existing voters’ register many Ghanaians believe is flawed.
DOCTORS DEFY MINISTER
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) Wednesday defied the directive by the Health Minister Alex Segbefia, to call off their three-week strike and resume work.
23,300 WORKERS LAID OFF: TEXTILE INDUSTRY DYING
From a massive work force of 25,000 in the 1970s, the textile industry now employs a paltry 1,700 workers Business Finder can confirm.
TROUBLE AWAITS WEAK BANK IN DECEMBER
Weaker banks that are having liquidity challenges could be in trouble when the Depositors Insurance Scheme takes off by December this year.
PUBLIC DEBT TO HIT Ȼ115M
Ghana’s total public debt is set to skyrocket further with the Ȼ25 billion government intends to raise through bonds and Treasury Bills from both investors and some commercial banks in the second half of 2015.
NDC JABS NPP OVER BLOATED VOTERS REGISTER
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has dismissed claims that Ghana’s biometric voters register compiled in 2012 and used for the last general elections in 2012, contains names of aliens from neigbouring Togo and Cote d’Ivoire
WE NEED TOTAL ELECTORAL REFORMS – PPP
The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has underscored the need for a complete overhaul of the country’s electoral system.