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Today’s Front Pages [November 15, 2016]

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NKRUMAH INTERCHANGE INAUGURATED TO BOOST TRAFFIC FLOW IN ACCRA

Accra celebrated the opening of the iconic Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange with a breathtaking ceremony last night.

NANA CONDEMNS HOUSE ATTACK

NPP flagbearer for the December 7 polls, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has reacted to the attack on his private residence by supporters of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), assuring that he and his party members would not be intimidated by the Mahama-led administration.

USA THREATENS VISA BAN

The United States of America and the United Kingdom have issued statements strongly condemning  the upsurge of political violence in Ghana as the country head for the general election on December 7.

RAWLINGS SUES AFRICA WATCH

SC THROWS OUT SPECIAL VOTING SUIT

PPP MP ASPIRANT SHAKES KEEA

‘GHANA MAY BE ON TIME-BOMB’

SUGAR FACTORY IS BACK

All is set for the much talked about Komenda Sugar Factory to commence commercial production of Sugar on Monday, November 28, 2016.

LET’S STAND UP AGAINST NDC’S BULLYING – NANA ADDO

The flag bearer of the opposition NPP, Nana Akufo-Addo, has condemned  the attack on his Nima residence by supporters of the ruling National Democratic Congress on Sunday.

AGRIC MUST DECLINE FOR SERVICES TO GROW – PREZ MAHAMA

MAHAMA RAPS PRIVATE SECTOR

With exactly 21 days for Ghanaians to decide whether he should have a second term, President John Mahama has been providing reasons for the “tough decisions” he has had to take, assuring a cross section of business leaders of better times ahead.

DOMESTIC AIRLINES GEAR UP FOR CHALLENGE AS NEW AIRPORTS BECOME OPERATIONAL

Domestic airline operators are bracing up for a new challenge – serving the two newly-built airports in the Volta and Upper West Regions.

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