Today’s Newspaper Front Pages | Tuesday 13th September, 2016
For all of Tuesday’s trending topics, read the major stories making headlines in the Ghanaian newspapers…
NDC CATCHES COLD; LINES UP 6 MINISTERS AGAINST BAWUMIA
The ruling NDC is oiling its propaganda machinery to ‘douse’ the flame ignited by the NPP Vice Presidential candidate, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, last Thursday at a public lecture on the economy where he shredded the government into pieces in respect of the economy.
FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT; BUT LET’S CONTINUE TO WORK HARD – PREZ
President John Mahama yesterday joined Muslims to celebrate this year’s Eid-ul-Adha, during which he painted a bright future for Ghana, saying the country was inching closer to realizing its developmental agenda.
POOL TOGETHER TO BUILD UNITED COUNTRY – MAULVI BIN SALIH
The Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, Alhaji Maulvi Mohammed Bin Salih, has called on Ghanaians to pool together to build a united, happy, peaceful, harmonious, just and great country of which both the present and future generations will be justifiably proud.
VEEP DEBUNKS BAWUMIA’S CLAIMS
The Vice President has debunked NPP’s running mate, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, that the Mahama-led administration has run down the economy.
OIL CASH PROJECTS MISSING; PIAC CALLS FOR PROBE
The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has discovered that oil revenue allocated to three projects in Upper West and Northern Regions might have gone into private pockets as a visit to the project sites reveal that no such projects exist.
IMF UNHAPPY WITH GHANA’S RISING DEBTS
Continuing doubts about Ghana’s rising debts and the management of its central bank could delay the release of some $300 million in loans, according to a source close to talks last week between the IMF and officials in the finance ministry in Accra.
BIG BOOST FOR SADA ZONE
Ghana’s determination to bridge the huge development gap between the south and the Savanah Ecological Zone through SADA has received a major boost following the commitment of Singapore to that effect.
30 RURAL BANKS FACE COLLAPSE OVER MISMANAGEMNT , LIQUIDITY CHALLENGES
The Bank of Ghana is using ARB Apex Bank to resuscitate some 30 rural and community banks from imminent collapse after their operations and finances were weakened by continuous poor corporate governance, mismanagement and thin capitalisation.