Here are today's newspaper headlines
NIGERIA GAS TO CUT GAS SUPPLY TO GHANA
Nigeria Gas (NGas) has threatened to cut gas supply to Ghana between Wednesday and Thursday if the Volta River Authority (VRA) fails to honour its debt obligations.
AFENYO MARKIN QUESTIONED OVER ALLEGED FRAUD
The New Patriotic Party’s Member of Parliament for Efutu, Alexander Afenyo Markin, has been invited by the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service to assist in investigations into allegations of fraudulent deals involving 250,000 cedis at the Agricultural Development Bank.
POWER MINISTER TO ANNOUNCED END TO ‘DUMSOR’ SOON – PRESIDENT
The President, Jon Mahama has given a strong assurance that the Power Minister will shortly announce an end to load shedding in the country.
NPP DECIDES AFOKO FATE
Embattled National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Paul Afoko has been given an October 21, 2015 deadline to appear before the party’s Disciplinary Committee or have his fate decided, a source at the party headquarters has hinted.
ATTA AKYEA SUES CLIENT OVER LEGAL FEE
An Accra based legal practitioner, Samuel Atta Akyea has dragged his client, Dimitex Company Limited to court demanding an outstanding balance of his legal fee in the sum of 270,000 cedis.
ANAS BOY KIDNAPPER CAGED
Thrity-five-year-old Adamu Asumah, who was arrested by the police over the weekend in Tamale for allegedly masterminding the kidnapping of Ishmael Hussein of Tiger Eye PI, has been remanded into police custody by the Tamale Circuit Court presided over by Twumasi Appiah.
D-DAY AT SUPREME COURT OVER $6.3M CONSTITUTION REVIEW PROCESS
A seven-member panel of the Supreme Court, presided over by the Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood, will Wednesday deliver judgement on a landmark case as to whether proposed amendments of certain aspects of the 1992 Constitution being carried out by the Constitution Review Implementation Committee is legal or not.
CUSTOMS ACHIEVE 96.36% UNDER NEW CLASSIFICATION AND VALIDATION SYSTEM
The Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority had achieved 96.36% success under the new Classification and Validation System as of October 12, 2015.
PAY $180M GAS DEBT BY TOMORROW – NIGERIA TELLS GHANA
Ghana’s power rationing could get worse after Wednesday if government does not deal with a $180 million debt owed gas supplier, Nigeria Gas.
EUROBOND YIELDS UNFORTUNATE – IMF
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has described as unfortunate the 10.75 percent yields government accepted on the $1 billion Eurobond issued recently.
USE PPP TO DRIVE TOURISM
More public sector institutions should partner private investors to harness the enormous potential in the tourism sector in the country, Adrian Landry – the outgoing General Manager of Labadi Beach Hotel has said.
MOBILE PHONES BOOST INSURANCE
More people are signing up for insurance products using their mobile operator, thereby deepening the penetration rate for micro-finance in the country over the past three years.