Today at the newsstand | General News 2017-12-05

General News of Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

2017-12-05

FrontPage headlines all captured in the ‘papers’

Daily Graphic

*Asanteman marks Adae Dwoada

*Government not in a hurry to prosecute – Osafo-Maafo

*Three teenagers drown at Nsakina

*Health experts debunk egg cholesterol myths

*$100M required to reclaim ‘galamsey’ lands

Ghanaian Times

*EU supports mushroom project in Adentan municipality

*Government to set up integrated aluminium,bauxite development authority

*Police grab 39 year old Lebanese ‘rapist’

*Military orders investigation into torture of civilians by soldiers at Home

*2 teachers brutalise students at Ho Mawuli School

Daily Post

*African countries must open borders to trade – John Mahama

*Massive premix fuel fraud in the Volta Region

Ghana Palaver

*Premix corruption; how Fisheries Minister masterminded GHS55 million fuel theft

*From John Mahama pads to a vindicated birthday present

The Chronicle

*9 Million Ghanaians want to migrate…despite the slave trade & atrocities in Libya – Report

*NDC balloons GH¢150K pavement contract to GH¢946K

*Cybercrime : One of four major threats to Ghana

The New Crusading Guide

*State looters in trouble as judgement day reckons

*Akufo-Addo lauds Zenith Bank for contribution towards education

*Jospong gets new deal to construct $11.5M waste water treatment facility in Kumasi

The Insight

*Agriculture – BoG unhappy with low credit extention

*Gender Ministry launches initiative to eradicate streetism

ABC News

*Osafo Maafo assures corrupt persons of past government will suffer for their deeds

*Race for NPP chair position – Sir Gadus to cause a stir

The Daily Dispatch

*Solving Kumasi’s sanitation problems; Jospong group & foreign partners to construct modern plant

*I will ensure justice for 19 year old rape victim – Former Attorney General

*Woes from Libya – I didn’t bath or brush my teeth for 3 year

Daily Searchlight

*’we’re coming for you’ -Senior Minister warns corrupt officials

*Court halts sanctions against radio stations

*Ken Ofori-Atta speaks at Aliu Mahama lecture tomorrow

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