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*Daily Graphic*

✍🏾 Review dormant agreements – Prez charges Energy Ministry at oil bid evaluation launch

✍🏾 Cargo Tracking Notes have come to stay – GRA Boss declares

✍🏾 ‘Banking reforms will make Ghana safest investment destination’

*Daily Guide*

✍🏾 NDC blows $175m hospital cash on election survey

✍🏾 AG accuses Woyome, UT Bank of collusion

✍🏾 Nana auctions oil blocks

✍🏾 1D1F for every district by 2020

*Ghanaian Times*

✍🏾 At launch of Ghana Oil, Gas Round: Terminate dormant Petroleum deals – President orders

✍🏾 ‘BREXIT won’t affect Ghana-Britain relations’

✍🏾 TUC – National Cathedral not a priority

✍🏾 Cargo Tracking to cover only 3,000 importers – GRA Boss


✍🏾 UK investors eye deals worth over £500m

✍🏾 Eden Heights launches luxury apartments

✍🏾 No freeze on issuance of licences – BoG Governor assures

✍🏾 GH¢200m fund for young entrepreneurs to be ready by March 2019


✍🏾 Mahama diverted funds into NDC re-election research

✍🏾 GhIE and ASCE sign MoU

✍🏾 Govt targets Woyome $7.5m wealth

✍🏾 Minister halts funeral of Obrempong Kojo Ababio V

✍🏾 Killer Ablekuma-Afuaman road: Ga West MCE accused


✍🏾 Mahama mute over diversion of funds but Rojo speaks

✍🏾 CTN covers 3,000 importers

✍🏾 Atebubu youth attack MCE at Amantin

✍🏾 ‘Akufo Addo fulfilling 1D1F pledge’

✍🏾 PIAC fights MoF over oil cash

*Graphic Business*

✍🏾 Public bidding for oil licenses – Experts laud open process

✍🏾 BoG sees brights prospects ahead

*The Finder*

✍🏾 No misuse of oil money – President declares and promises transparency

✍🏾 Govt to hook 10,000 businesses onto Ghana Online Mall

✍🏾 10% of imports exempted from CTN

✍🏾 Majority of Ghanaians in favour of Free SHS – Poll


✍🏾 NDC blows $6m hospitals cash on re-election polls

✍🏾 AG probes Mahama’s ‘shoddy’ Saglemi Housing project

✍🏾 MMDCEs vow to quell NDC SHS raid

✍🏾 Ghana needs more women in politics – Oquaye

✍🏾 Nana Addo is fulfilling 1D1F promise – National Coordinator

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