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Ghana: Today’s Front Page News
Posted by admin on 10th December 2014

Today’s front page

TELL US THE TRUTH – NPP The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Members of Parliament (MPs) have challenged the government to give account of how it has used $1 billion Eurobond it secured from the international capital market to finance capital projects.

KUMASI FUGITIVE REARRESTED One of the two suspects who escaped from police custody at the Suame Divisional Police in Kumasi has been recaptured from his hideout at Abuakwa.

N/A SUSPENDS EXPANDED REGISTRATION PROJECT The National Identification Authority has temporarily placed on hold its intended fresh “expanded registration project” of all Ghanaians pending further consultations with various concerned groups.

NDC CONTRACTS INFLATED – NANA AKUFO-ADDO Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the 2016 elections, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufoo-Addo, says the perception that the John Mahama-led National Democratic Congress has been bloating contract sums is real.

SOLDIER ROBBERS NABBED The Ashanti Regional police have been arrested three suspected robbers dressed in military uniforms and said to have attacked a mining site in the Jacobu area.

GOV’T LIED OVER $1BN EUROBOND The Minority New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Parliament yesterday confirmed that the government had misapplied the $1 billion Eurobond secured in September this year by using it to defray part of its domestic.

METRO MASSS WORKERS ANGRY Senior and Junior Staff Union of Metro Mass Transit Limited (MMTL) have accused the Board Chairman, Osabarima Ansah Sasraku III, and the Deputy Managing Director, Ing. John Awuku Dzuazah, of taking certain steps which will lead to the collapse of the company.

KUMASI TO ENJOY CRIME-FREE CHRISTMAS – DCOP BOAKYE The Ashanti Regional Polcie Commander, DCOP Nathan Kofi Boakye, says residents of Kumasi and its environs will celebrate this year’s Christmas festivities in peace.

445 CHILDREN LANGUISH IN WITCH CAMPS Ove r 455 children are languishing in witch camps in the Northern Region through no fault of theirs. They are the children and grandchildren of alleged witches in the camps.

GOVERNMENT IN $1BN EUROBOND DISBURSEMENT –MINORITY The Minority in Parliament says it has evidence the $1 billion Eurobond secured by government in September this year was used to settle debts owed to the Bank of Ghana.

NDC FIGHTS NDC A day after securing court injunction to restrain the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) from holding its National Delegates’ Congress to elect national officers, a Member of Parliament (MP) for Afram Plains North, Emmanuel Aboagye Didieye has engaged two party executives in tough media war.


A civil society group calling itself Mass Action for Development (MAFOD) has revealed that plans are far advanced to organize pregnant women, farmers, drivers and concerned residents in the Eastern Region to embark on an unprecedented demonstration against the government over the deplorable nature of roads in the region.

RETRIEVE JUDGMENT DEBTS OR – GACC THREATENS The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) has hinted of a move to drag government to court to demand accountability for its inability to retrieve monies wrongfully paid a judgment debts to certain individuals.