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Today at the newsstand | General News 2018-02-15

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General News of Thursday, 15 February 2018

Source: www.ghanaweb.com


Newspaper53FrontPage headlines of newspapers in Ghana

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

Ghanaian Times:

– President for a 2-day confab on governance in Africa – Arrest of 3 with suspected grenades: They are explosives, Police confirm – 265 unplanned settlements discovered in Accra – Flagstaff House to be renamed Jubilee House – President


– Ashanti chiefs unhappy with government – We’ll take advantage of growing urbanisation – Minister – IMANI hails Amidu’s competence

Crusading Guide:

– Upper West chiefs praise Akufo-Addo; say they are are the largest beneficiaries of ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ initiatives – ExxonMobil, GoG contract is best deal for Ghana – CAGL boss – Stop politics of insults – Awuku tells aspirants

The Chronicle:

– Amidu detained in Parliament – Child cancer on the increase in Ghana – Flagstaff House reverts to Jubilee House – COCOBOD, Tourism Ministry immortalise Tetteh Quarshie – Ghana short of state attorneys – A-G

Daily Graphic:

– CJ probes 2 court registrars over embezzlement of fines – Appointments Committee gives Amidu the nod – NCA calls telcos to order; gives them up to end of February to improve services – COCOBOD operates on $2 billion budget deficit due to fall in cocoa prices on international market

Daily Guide:

– Amidu chases Woyome gang – Bawumia shows love to @SBawumia on Vals Day – Mahama ‘killers’ trial begins – Government cuts petroleum tax to 13%


– Government sets aside petroleum law for ExxonMobil; sweeping tax breaks litter contract – Flexible intellectual property regime will spur innovation – Research firm – Banking sector needs skilled people, not credentials

Graphic Showbiz:

– Movie industry won’t die – Baby Blanche – Baring it all: The story Ebony never finished


– Bawumia shows love to Bawumia – Surprises her with bouquet of roses on Vals day – Haruna Iddrisu cautions Martin Amidu – Ghana has lost an icon – Actors Guild leads tributes to Super OD

M&T Digest:

– Suspend cargo tracking note – Stakeholders – GPHA staff union honours Director-General – Port finance manager speaks on falsification of port invoices

Daily Statesman:

– No space for criminals – President warns – NPP flags go half mast for Appiah Menkah – Minister of Tourism: Cocoa day to promote business – Beware of criminals on busy stretches, Police cautions

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