Here are today's newspaper headlines
OLD WOUNDS OPEN IN NPP OVER PARTY FUNDS
The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service is investigating the First-Vice Chair of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay, and the treasurer, Abankwa Yeboah over the alleged diversion of party funds.
ROBBERY ATTACK NOTICES A HOAX – KASOA POLICE
The Kasoa District Police Command in the Central region has warned that it will deal radically with any individual or group which uses the spate of robberies in the area to create needless and unnecessary fear and panic among the residents.
AMA BOSS PICKS FORMS TO CONTEST ABLEKUMA SOUTH SLOT
It was a complete carnival at Chorkor in Accra Wednesday, when the Metropolitan Chief Executive of the Accra metropolitan Authority, Alfred Oko Vanderpuije picked his nomination forms to contest the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primary for the Ablekuma South seat
REVELLERS KILLED WHILE CELEBRATING ASSEMBLY MAN’S VICTORY
Three persons, including a woman, died at Assin Kyenkyenwere around 6.45pm yesterday when a taxi run into jubilant supporters of an assembly member-elect who were celebrating their candidate’s victory in the district level elections.
POLICE HUNT KORLE BU MATRON
The Odorkor Police Command in the Greater Accra region is on the heels of the Senior Matron of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), Ayisha Hajia for defrauding a female student of thousands of Ghana cedis under the pretext of enrolling her in the Pantang Nursing training College in Accra.
KOTOKO TO SUE GFA OVER POINTS DEDUCTION
Following Tuesday’s ruling by the disciplinary committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), which declared Accra hearts of Oak winners of a protest filed against Kumasi Asante Kotoko, for fielding an ineligible player in their week 25 First Capital Plus Premier League encounter, the Kumasi-based side have threatened to drag the GFA to court.
TRADE WITH CHINA: GHANA OUT OF TOP 10
Ghana is missing among the top ten sub-SaharanAfrican exporter to China, a study has revealed
PROTECT OUR INVESTMENTS
Majority of bank customers (83 percent) are concerned about the security of their funds and demand that adequate steps be taken to protect their deposits and investments.