Here are today's newspaper headlines
AMA TO SELL OSEI KUFFUOR’S BUILDING: FAILED TO PAY RENT
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has issued an ultimatum to a former Black Stars player, Samuel Osei Kuffuor, to pay the property rate in respect of a house he owns on the Ring Road in Accra or risk having the property sold to defray the debt.
PRESIDENT INAUGURATES GWIRAMAN COMMUNITY SHS
President John Dramani Mahama, last Monday inaugurated the Gwiraman Community School at Bamianko in the Nzema east District in the Western Region, saying the government’s quest to improve access to education was on course.
N-GAS, VRA, POWER MINISTRY IN TALKS OVER DEBT
A high-powered meeting was held yesterday among the Ministry of Power, the Volta River Authority (VRA) and Nigeria Gas (N-Gas) to discuss how best the debt crisis the has rocked the national power generator could be resolved.
BOST TO EXPORT PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TO BURKINA FASO
A petroleum depot rehabilitated at a cost of 150 million to serve as a supply terminal for the Upper East regions has been inaugurated in Bolgatanga.
LWYERS FIGHT ANAS OVER MASK
Lawyers for some of the high profile judges caught in the alleged bribery and corruption scandal that has rocked Ghana’s judiciary say the process leading to possible impeachment of the judges are being
AFOKO GANG STORMS COURT
A group of persons numbering over 15, Tuesday, besieged the Kaneshie Magistrate Court in Accra in readiness to attack members of the family of the late Upper East Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Adams Mahama.
CATHOLIC BISHOPS FAVOUR NEW REGISTER
The Ghana Catholic Bishops’ conference says the Electoral Commission (EC) should take urgent steps to investigate the allegation that about 76,000 persons from neighbouring Togo have their names in Ghana’s biometric voter register.
GOVERNMENT DRAGGED TO COURT OVER ALLEGED PLAGIARISM
Renowned Ghanaian political geographer, Prof. Raymond Bagulo Bening has used Ghana government for infringing on his intellectual property rights.
VRA OWES BANKS $1.3B
The Volta River Authority (VRA) owes banks over $1.3 billion and, therefore cannot pay its debts to Nigeria for gas supplied.
BOST TO FUEL BURKINABE MARKET…MALI, OTHERS TO FOLLOW LATER
The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with its counterpart in Burkina Faso – Sonahby – to commence supply of petroleum products into the landlocked country.
SECOND-HAND FRIDGES BEAR ENERGY RATING LABELS
Checks by the BFT indicate that retailers of used refrigerator sets are conspicuously labelling the banned household electronic items and selling them to unsuspecting consumers.