Here are today's newspaper headlines
PRANK TURNS FATAL AT PREMPEH COLLEGE
Students, teaching and non-teaching staff of the Prempeh College in Kumasi found themselves in a state of shock when a final-year student of the school fell from the second floor of his dormitory to his death last Friday.
PRESIDENT MAHAMA RAPS SELF-SEEKING PASTORS
President John Mahama has deplored the attitude of self-aggrandisement among some pastors in the country, saying the attitude defeats their all as men of God.
HOSTAGE: POLICE RESCUE ANAS’S AIDE IN TAMALE
The police in Tamale will today put before court Adamu Asumah, 35, one of the people who are said to have allegedly masterminded the kidnapping a member of the Tiger Eye PI team that worked with undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas on his exposé on bribery in the judiciary.
ANAS BOY KIDNAPPED OVER BRIBE JUDGES
The bribery scandal that has hit the judiciary took a dramatic twist on Saturday after a member of Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ Tiger Eye team was kidnapped in Tamale.
STOP BEGGING – NANA TELLS MAHAMA
The 2016 presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has said that the much needed investors will continue to elude the country if the investment climate is not conducive.
CUSTOMS BETRAY CEMENT MANUFACTURERS
Cement manufacturers in the country in the country have expressed disappointment in the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) for allowing importers of bagged cement from China to make under-declaration on their goods just to sabotage the local industry.
POWER BADGE ARRIVES IN NOVEMBER 10
Barring any last minute hitch, the first power badge to produce 225 megawatts of electricity to alleviate the rolling power cuts, christened ‘dumsor’ is expected to arrive in Ghana on November 10, 2015.
UTILITY PROVIDERS SEEK OVER 220% TARIFF INCREASE
Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), Volta River Authority (VRA), Electricity of Ghana (ECG) and the Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) are seeking tariff increases that amount to over 200 percent.
DANADAMS RISKS LOSING WHO ANTI-RETROVIRAL DRUG CERTIFICATION
Danadams pharmaceutical company, the only anti-retroviral drug manufacturer in Ghana and one of the three in the West African region, has made a passionate appeal to the government to support it attain a World Health Organisation Pre-qualification Certification to enable it expand its frontiers into the international market.
15 APPEAL COURT JUDGES GIVEN HIGH COURT DUTIES
Fifteen Justices of the Court of Appeal have signed up to undertake additional High Court responsibilities principally to make up for the short fall arising from the impeachment proceedings.
RE-EXAMINE CASES HANDLED BY JUDGES IMPLICATED IN JUDICIAL SCANDAL – WEREKO-BROBBY
Former Chief Executive Officer of the Volta River Authority (VRA), Dr Charles Wereko Brobby has wadded into the bribery scandal that has rocked the judiciary calling for a reopening of criminal and other cases cited in the scandal.
EMPLOYERS SHORTCHANGE WORKERS
The future of thousands of workers in the private sector hangs in the balance as the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) has found that 40,856 employers have failed to pay workers pension contributions in the tier 2 of the new pensions scheme.
INDUSTRY MUST REACH OUT TO ACADEMIA – SPIO-GARBRAH
Trade and Industry Minister, Ekwow Spio-Garbrah says it is about time industry chieftains take the initiative and reach out to tertiary institutions to contribute to the development of human resource needed by industry.