Here are today's newspaper headlines
AFOKO’S PETITION DISMISSED BY NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NPP
The National Council of the New Patriotic Party on Thursday dismissed the petition filed by the party’s suspected National Chairman, Paul Afoko, against the constitutional breaches leading to his suspension.
BUDGET TO TACKLE POLITICS OF POWER?
Good times are looming after years of economic challenges, with the government trying to steer its way through years of worsening power cuts, devastating flood, inflation soaring to 17.4 in October, ballooning public debts and claims of unprecedented political and business corruption.
TAXI DRIVER KILLS VARSITY STUDENT GIRLFRIEND
A third-year Banking and Finance student of the University of Professional Studies in Accra was Thursday allegedly stabbed to death by her boyfriend after she had threatened to jilt him.
NPP VOTES OUT AFOKO
The second highest decision making body of the New Patriotic Party, the National Council on Thursday upheld a decision of the National Executive Committee of the party to suspend the National Chairman, Paul Afoko.
BOYFRIEND STABS UPSA STUDENT
A level 300 Banking and Finance student of the University of Professional Studies, Accra, was stabbed to death on Thursday by her estranged jealous lover.
IGP WARNS POLITICAL ACTIVISTS
The acting Inspector General of Police, John Kudalor has warned that his administration will not compromise with any criminality from supporters of any political party.
NATIONAL COUNCIL ENDORSES AFOKO’S SUSPENSION
The National Council of the opposition New Patriotic Party on Thursday upheld an earlier decision it took a fortnight ago to suspend embattled National Chairman, Paul Afoko.
GHANA, UK EXCHANGE PRISONERS
Ghana has signed a prisoner transfer agreement with the United Kingdom to enable the exchange prisoners between the two countries.
NPP CHAIRMAN ESCAPES ATTACK
Credible reports available to The General Telegraph indicate that the Odododiodio constituency chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Raymond Tetteh was this week rescued by police from mob attack by angry party supporters.
I SHALL RESIST ATTEMPTS TO PERPETUATE ANY ILLEGALITY IN NPP – SAMMY CRABBE
The second Vice National Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party, Sammy Crabbe has said he will resist every attempt by individuals within the party to “perpetuate any illegality”.
NDC FIGHTS TRADERS OVER SCRAP METALS
Just when the brouhaha over the redevelopment of the Kejetia Terminal was dying down, another one has risen as two different factions within the ruling National Democratic Congress and some members of the Kejetia Traders Association have clashed over the debris at the terminal.
TENSION IN NORTH TONGU
There is seeming tension in the North Tongu constituency of the ruling National Democratic Congress of the Volta Region following the disqualification of one of parliamentary aspirants, Christopher Kofi Eleblu, today can report.
TERKPER TO TAX MORE, CONTAIN SPENDING
Government is today expected to tell Ghanaians and the investor community of plans to contain fiscal slippages and increase revenue through additional taxes and reduced exemptions, when the Finance Minister, Seth Terkper presents the 2016 budget statement to Parliament later this morning.
DON’T TAX CAPITAL GAINS – GSE
Managing Director of the Ghana Stock Exchange, Kofi Yamoah says he will be disappointed if the Finance Minister introduces taxes on capital gains in the 2016 budget to be presented to Parliament today (Friday November 13, 2015).
BUDGET 2016 MUST OFFER HOPE TO SMES
Acting Chief Executive Officer of Global Access Savings and Loans, Enoch B. Donkor says he is expecting the 2016 budget statement to be delivered Friday to address some of the pressing concerns of small-and medium-scale enterprises such as cost of credit and power supply.