Here are today's newspaper headlines
Brouhaha over private participation in ECG: NO WORKER WILL LOSE JOB – MIDA CEO ASSURES
The Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA), Ing Owura Kwaku Sarfo, has given an assurance that workers of ECG will not lose their jobs under the concession agreement to bring on board private participation in the management of the company.
PRESENT THE PRESENT TO OWN THE FUTURE - REV EMMANUEL ASANTE
NPP BLASTS MAHAMA OVER WILD PROMISES
The opposition NPP yesterday went to town, almost stripping President John Mahama and the ruling NDC naked regarding their failed promises.
NANA, PREZ PICK UP FORMS
President John Mahama and presidential candidate of the NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, yesterday made a major move towards their bid to contest in the December 7 presidential poll.
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BIG PARTIES RUSH FOR FORMS
MAHAMA’S PROMISED TRACTORS TO COST GH¢50.5M
It will cost the central government about GH¢50.0 million to supply a minimum of 10 tractors to every one of the 216 districts in the country to boost agriculture, B&FT analysis has revealed.
GREL TO BUY 19,500 TONNES OF DRY RUBBER AS IT ENGAGES 3,000 LOCAL RUBBER FARMERS
The Ghana Rubber Estates Limited (GREL) is confident of purchasing approximately 19,500 tonnes of dry rubber from over 3,000 farmers in the Western, Ashanti, Eastern and the Central regions by close of 2016 production year.
ELECTION FEVER PUSHES UP INFLATION SLIGHTLY