Today’s front page
EXHAUSTED WAMPAH DEMANDS TEKPER’S ACTION
Henry Kofi Wampah, Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), this week called for stronger action from the Ministry of Finance and government to alleviate the country’s economic difficulties, which so far appear to have resisted the medicine administered by the central bank.
WHAT IS KILLING MUSICIANS?
In less than a year, the Ghana music industry has been hit by the death of famous musicians, both young and old.
CONFUSION HITS NP OVER 7 ASPIRANTS
There seems to be an air of uncertainty in the New Patriotic Party over modalities to use in the selection of its flagbearer for the 2016 general elections as the contest heads for a special delegates’ congress.
DEMO LOOMS IN ANLO
The National Democratic Congress youth in the Anlo-Keta Municipality of the Volta Region are poised to stage a massive protest against what they term a ‘development deficit’ in the area.
200 SOCCER FANS SEEK ASYLUM IN BRAZIL
Hundreds of National Democratic Congress supporters who entered Brazil as tourists to watch the 2014 World Cup games have asked for asylum, police in southern Brazil said on Thursday.
GOVT OWES GH¢58.4BN
Ghana’s debt profile reached GH¢52.1 billion at the end of March 2014.
LET’S BATTLE EBOLA – PRESIDENT MAHAMA APPEALS TO COLLEAGUE LEADERS
ECOWAS Chairman and President of Ghana, Mr John Dramani Mahama, has called on his colleagues in the regional group to take urgent steps to battle the Ebola scourge.
BANK OF GHANA SUED OVER CEDI DEPRECIATION
The Bank of Ghana has been dragged to the Supreme Court over the depreciation of the cedi. Dr John Ephraim Raiden, is asking the court to order the bank to put in measures to provide a stable currency.
ECOWAS ENDORSES EPA
West African leaders yesterday wrapped up the 45th Ordinary Session of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) with a decisive approval of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
7 BANKS WITHDRAW SUPPORT FOR OIL IMPORTS
Seven out of the 10 key banks which finance oil transactions have pulled out from the pre-financing arrangement they have with the bulk oil distribution companies (BDCs), a situation likely to worsen the challenges confronting the petroleum industry.
NSAWAM SPIRITUALISTS SAY CASTRO NOT DEAD
Any hope of survival may have faded for popular hiplife artiste, Castro, almost one week after going missing while cruising on a jet ski at the Volta Estuary at Ada Foah, but some spiritualists in Nsawam say he may be alive.
RENT FRAUDSTERS TARGET POSH AREAS
in view of the current deficit in housing in Accra, some people are taking advantage to defraud unsuspecting people seeking accommodation to rent.
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