Today at the newsstand | General News 2017-12-21

General News of Thursday, 21 December 2017

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

2017-12-21

FrontPage headlines all captured in the ‘papers’

Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers include:

Business Finder:

*Government scores 70% in first year of administration

*No expatriate paid a dime – Amb Gbeho

The Daily Dispatch:

*Payment of US$100,000 for Prez dinner – Chairman of organizers confirms payment

*Akufo-Addo summons Alan K to explain US$100,000 payments

*focus on prostrate cancer

The Insight:

*Bauxite – Who is telling us the truth ?

*Hybrid war can wreck havoc across West Africa ; the case OG Niger

*Focus on prostrate cancer

The New Crusading Guide:

*Mahama challenger pops up ahead of NDC race

*Government makes U-turn on LPG re-circulation policy , adds marketers

*Tackle root causes of conflicts to consolidate peace – Akufo-Addo urges KAIPTC graduands

The Daily Statesman:

*Help address root causes of conflicts – President to KAIPTC graduands

*Railways construction in our collective interest – Bawumia

*MD of Japan motors denies paying bribe to sit with President

*Speaker cautions Members of Parliament

Daily Guide

*Mahama’s men corrupt – Says Ex-Minister

*NAkufoAddo summons Alan over $100,000 award

*Kumasi gang rapists caged for X’mas

*KMA wins cancer treatment center bid

The Ghanaian Times

*Peduase-Ayi Mensah road re-opens

*Reconstruction of Paa Grant – New T’di road begins

Daily Graphic:

*President queries Trade Minister over charges at expatriates awards… Millennium Foundation denies collecting money

*Sefa Kayi named Journalist of The Year..Graphic wins 7 awards

*NCA grants amnesty to defaulting FM stations

Graphic Business:

*Government launches first job station to offer business support, incubation

*Tax exemption on spare parts effective January 1

The Chronicle:

*Alan Cash in hot waters; President writes to him over alleged $100K collected from expatriates by his ministry

*Kumasi hosts ‘City Cancer’ project

*Brouhaha over NPP membership registration

Daily Post:

*Flagstaff House now monument of corruption – Anti-corruption campaigner

*Minority to drag Carlos Ahenkorah before privileges committee

*Akufo-Addo must speak up on $100K scandal

B&FT:

*Economy grows 9.3% in 3rd Quarter

*Insurance companies must live up to expectation – Wilson Tei

*277 containers of impounded rosewood sold

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