Here are today's newspaper headlines
LET EC DECIDE ON VOTERS REGISTER
The President, John Mahama, has stated that he will not be drawn into the call by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for a new voters register for the 2016 general election.
POLICE INVITE SARKODIE OVER STOLEN CAR
The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has begun investigations into a case in which the ace Ghanaian rapper, Michael Addo, known in showbiz as Sarkodie, is alleged to have bought a stolen car.
EUROBONDS CANNOT SOLVE OUR BUSINESS PROBLEMS
The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) have expressed varied opinions on the $1 billion Eurobond deal by the government to stabilize the economy.
I WON’T DICTATE TO EC – MAHAMA
President John Mahama says his government will not dictate to the Electoral Commission (EC) on the issue of a new voter register.
4 CLERKS QUIZZED OVER ANAS BRIBE VIDEO
Four staff of the Judicial Service implicated in the latest Anas Aremeyaw Anas bribery scandal yesterday appeared before the Chief Justice’s committee of inquiry.
NANA TARGETS 80% ASHANTI VOTES
Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says that the party will win the 2016 general elections if the Ashanti Region delivers 80 percent of the valid votes that will be cast.
AKUFO-ADDO LOYALISTS HOUND KUFUOR’S MEN IN CONTROVERSY OVER NPP MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Credible information gathered by The General Telegraph from the New Patriotic Party indicates that the current rift over a party fundraising website and the issuance of new party membership cards, is raging on at a peak among the top hierarchy.
POLITICAL PARTIES MUST SPEAK UP ON THE JUDICIAL SCANDAL
Members of political pressure group, The Citizen’s Movement Against Corruption (CMaC), say they are disappointed with the silence of political parties over the bribery scandal that has rocked the judiciary.
DISASTER LOOMS IN NEW WEIJA
Officials have sounded alarm bells over the poor state of drainage system in Ayigbe Town, a fishing community in the Ga South Municipality of the Greater Accra Region, stressing that the residents are sitting on a time bomb.
MAHAMA WADES INTO VOTERS REGISTER SAGA
President John Mahama has waded into the controversy surrounding the call for a new voter register stressing the Electoral Commission (EC) is at liberty to decide what is best for the country.
HOW MUCH IS ECG INVESTOR BRINGING
Although government has has been emphatic that unlike the Aqua Vitens Rand arrangement in the water sector, the ECG concessionaire will be required to invest, it is yet to be stated how much money the investor is supposed to bring.
TERPKER DEMAND MORE FISCAL DISCIPLINE
Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, has tasked public finance managers to adhere strictly to the various reforms of his ministry aimed at encouraging prudent protection of the public purse.
GOVERNMENT REVIVES EUROBOND DREAM
Government has announced that it has accepted investors demand for 10.75 percent interest on its $1 billion Eurobond, despite concerns that the loan will have a debilitating effect on the country’s debt situation due to its high coupon rate.