Here are today's newspaper headlines
ARREST TWO JUDGES – ANAS PETITIONS IGP
Ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has turned the heat on two retired justices of the High Court as he writes to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to arrest them.
HO CATHOLIC DIOCESE GETS NEW BISHOP
The Most Reverend Emmanuel Kofi Fianu has been ordained the new Catholic Bishop of the Ho Diocese.
WORLD BANK CLEARS ZOOMLION
The World Bank has cleared Zoomlion Ghana Limited, the country’s largest waste management company, from its sanctions list, making the company and its affiliates now eligible to bid for projects funded or administered by the Bank.
ANAS JUDGES DODGE CHURCH SERVICE
The 34 judges implicated in the recent Anas Aremeyaw Anas bribery scandal failed to show up at the special church service of the 58th Legal Year on Saturday.
CHRISTIAN COUNCIL SUPPORTS NEW REGISTER
The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to let the recommendations of the Supreme Court on elections be the basis for conducting the 2016 general elections.
TV3 FIRES NANA ABA
TV# news anchor and presenter Nana Aba Anamoah has been asked to stop appearing on all on-air programmes at the station until further notice. The suspension was officially announced in a press statement on Saturday.
BIG BLOW TO GHANA: DROPS FROM 59 IN 2004 TO 119 IN GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS REPORT
Ghana’s desire to turn around the dwindling fortunes of the country has been dealt a further negative blow as the country slipped eight places in the latest Global Competitiveness Report.
FOREIGN INVESTOR DITCH GHANA’S $1.5BN EUROBOND
Ghana has postponed a Eurobond sale of up to $1.5 billion it had expected to launch last Friday amid a rise in nations, a senior government official has said.
YOU WILL BE ATTRACTING CURSE IF…ARCHBISHOP CAUTIONS FRESH PASTORS
The presiding archbishop of Action Chapel International (ACI) Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has cautioned fresh graduates if the Dominion Theological Seminary of the Dominion University College not to pay good with evil.
INDUSTRIES TO RECEIVE INCREASED POWER SUPPLY
The Power Minister, Kwabena Donkor, who has threatened to resign at the end of this year if the power crisis is not resolved, has ordered the management of Load Management Committee to increase power supply to industrial sector with immediate effect.
HOLD GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE FOR USE IF PUBLIC RESOURCES
The Majority Leader of Parliament, Alban Bagbin says the West Africa Association Committees (WAAPAC) are the agents that hold government accountable for the management and use of public resources.
CHIEF JUSTICE VOWS TO RESTORE CONFIDENCE IN GHANA’S JUDICIARY
The Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood, has reaffirmed her unwavering efforts to purge the judiciary and to restore confidence in the system in the wake of allegations of bribery that has rocked the judiciary.
AFDB APPROVES $120M AIRPORTS LOAN
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a loan of $120 million to the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) for the rehabilitation of the aviation infrastructure in Ghana, BFT sources have said.
FIRST OIL FROM TEN PROJECT IN AUGUST
The TEN project is on track to achieve its first oil by August next year with a gross daily operations of 80,000 barrels.