Here are today's newspaper headlines
BRIBERY SCANDAL ROCKS JUDICIARY, AS 34 JUDGES, OTHERS CITED
It may go down in history as the single most massive bribery scandal to hit Ghana’s Judiciary, as 180 officials of the Judicial Service have been caught on camera taking bribes and extorting money from litigants.
GEORGE BOATENG THREATENS COURT ACTION AGAINST NDC
GOVT FAILED TO SEEK PARLIAMENTARY APPROVAL FOR IMF SUPPORT – MINORITY
IDEG, CIVIC FORUM CALL FOR SCRUTINY OF VOTERS REGISTER
36 JUDGES IN BRIBE SCANDAL
NDC SWERVES MAHAMA CHALLENGER
AFOKO ESCAPES ATTACK
TRANSIT TRADE STILL ON THE LOW
The declining trend in transit trade through the country’s corridors over the last few years has continued into the first quarter of 2015, when it recorded a further reduction in trade volumes compared to the previous year’s figures.
GLOOMY PROSPECTS FOR INDUSTRY
ICU BACKS IMF PLAN ON RIGHTSIZINING OF OVER-BLOATED PUBLIC SECTOR
The Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU) is backing the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) demand for rightsizing of the public sector.
MOTHER OF SIAMESE TWINS APPEALS FOR HELP
CLASSIFICATION AND VALUATION PROGRESS SMOOTHLY UNDER CUSTOMS