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Today’s Newspaper Front Pages | Tuesday 30th August, 2016

By BA News Staff / Published on Tuesday, 30 Aug 2016 09:59 AM / No Comments / 392 views

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For all of Tuesday’s trending topics, read the major stories making headlines in the Ghanaian newspapers…

Finder Newspaper

GH¢25.2 BILLION MORE LOAN PLANNED FROM AUGUST TO DECEMBER

Government plans to borrow an amount of GH¢25.2 billion for the remaining five months of 2016.

NDC CLAIMS OWNERSHIP OF ONE VILLAGE, ONE DAM PROJECT

The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Alhaji Mohammed  Muniru, and the Campaign Coordinator of the governing NDC, Kofi Adams, have stated that the 1 village 1 dam project announced by Nana Akufo-Addo is the initiative of President John Mahama.

Daily Guide

NDC WANTS ME DEAD! NANA REPLIES CANCER CLAIM

NPP Presidential Candidate Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has reminded President John Mahama and his NDC that no amount of scurrilous attacks against him will distract him from pursuing his political goals for the country.

COP ROBBERS NAME POLICE ACCOMPLICE

The two police officers who were arrested in connection with the GCB Bank bullion van attack at Donkokrom, have disclosed that name of another police corporal who aided them to escape.

Daily Graphic

REVERSE REMISSION FOR MONTIE TRIO – LAWYERS ASKS SUPREME COURT

A legal practitioner, Mr Alfred Tuah-Yeboah, has initiated a legal action seeking the intervention of the Supreme Court to reverse President John Mahama’s decision to remit the sentences of the Montie trio from four months to one month.

JUSTICE DERY THREATENS TO DRAG GJA TO COURT FOR CONTEMPT

A justice of the High Court, Mr Justice Paul Utter Dery, who is on suspension for alleged corruption, is contemplating filing a suit against the awards committee of the GJA for honouring the ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

3 ARRESTED FOR ATTACK ON FOREX BUREAU

Three men who allegedly attacked a customer at a forex bureau at Nungua in Accra have been busted.

B&FT

5-YEAR BOND TO TAME CEDI PRESSURE

Government’s decision to re-open a five-year GH¢400 million domestic bond has bolstered  expectations that the cedi will from this week see one of its strongest runs amid rising pressure on the local currency in recent times.

NEW AIRLINE TO FLY BY OCTOBER

The proposed new national airline is expected to take to the skies in October, after months of preparatory works and tying up of loose ends in respect of the defunct Ghana International Airlines, Transport Minister, Fiifi Kwetey has said.

graphic business

UNDERCAPITALISED INSTITUTIONS TO LOSE OUT ON DEPOSIT PROTECTION SCHEME

Undercapitalized financial institutions, as well as institutions that breach regulatory and prudential norms, risk losing out on the Deposit Protection Scheme, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has disclosed.

Today Newspaper

UNDERCAPITALISED INSTITUTIONS TO LOSE OUT ON DEPOSIT PROTECTION SCHEME

Undercapitalized financial institutions, as well as institutions that breach regulatory and prudential norms, risk losing out on the Deposit Protection Scheme, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has disclosed.

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