Here are today's newspaper headlines
VOTERS REGISTER TEARS NATION APART
The controversy surrounding the voters register appears to be tearing the nation apart, with the two dominant political parties, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP, maintaining their entrenched positions on it.
OMANHENE OF SUNYANI JUSTIFIES GOVERNMENT’S BORROWING
The Omanhene of the Sunyani Traditional Area, Nana Bosoma Asor Nkrawiri II, has said criticisms of the Mahama administration for borrowing too much are unjustified.
NDC SNUBS IEA DEBATE
A national debate on the issue of a new voters’ register took place on Tuesday under the auspices of the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) in Accra, despite a last minute boycott by the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).
MAHAMA PICKS VEEP
President John Mahama, who is the leader of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has stated that he has already settled on the person that would partner him as running mate for the 2016 elections.
2 RIVALS DIE OVER MAN
Information reaching Daily Guide indicates that two women - Monica Owusu and Elzabeth - have died because of an alleged cheating partner at Akyem Kusi near Akwatia in the Eastern Region.
SCHOOL DISMISSES ALLEGED RAPE VICTIM
An 18-year-old second year student of the Kumbungu Senior High School (SHS) in the Northern Region has been dismissed for accusing the assistant headmaster, Chief Musah Seidu of rape.
GOVERNMENT BUDGETS Ȼ1.3B FOR SOCIAL PROTECTION
Government plans to spend Ȼ1.3 billion on social protection programmes this year.
J.J, KONADU DISAGREE ON SUPPORT FOR ZANETOR
The former President, Jerry John Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings are in open disagreement over open support and declaration of their daughter, Dr Zanetor Rawlings, who is seeking the mandate of the members of the NDC in Klottey Korley constituency to represent them in the 2012 general elections.
USE SCIENTIFIC AUDIT TO ASSESS INTEGRITY OF VOTERS REGISTER – CDD
The Centre for Democratic Governance (CDD) –Ghana has joined the fray with regards to ongoing debate on the current voters register.
SSNIT OFFERS INVESTORS LONG-TERM CASH
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) says it has adequate long-term capital to funds various economically-viable projects in the country.
AFRICANS PAY TOO MUCH FOR POWER – AFDB PREZ
President of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Akinwumi Adesina has bemoaned the cost of power in Africa, which is the highest in the world although the continent is home to the least reliable access to power as compared to the rest of the world.
PEF DEMANDS REFORM IN 6 PUBLIC FIRMS
The Private Enterprise Federation (PEF) is demanding reforms in six key public institutions which when accomplished, the Federation believes, will help ease doing business in the country.