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Today’s Newspaper Front Pages | Wednesday 9th November, 2016

By Aboagye Addo Frank / Published on Wednesday, 09 Nov 2016 08:24 AM / No Comments / 316 views

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

Daily Graphic

9 ASPIRANTS RE-SUBMIT FORMS: EC TO DECIDE FATE TODAY

The EC will today determine the fate of nine presidential  aspirants who re-submitted their  nomination forms to the commission yesterday, as ordered by the Supreme Court.

SUPREME COURT HEARS ORAL SUBMISSIONS ON SPECIAL VOTING TODAY

The suit over the special voting exercise in the lead up to the December 7 polls has now taken center stage at the Supreme Court, barely 24 hours after the court had put to rest the numerous suit over the disqualification of 12 presidential aspirants.

EC OPPRESSIVE TOOL AGAINST GHANA’S DEMOCRACY – NDP

The National Democratic Party (NDP) has described as an oppressive tool deliberately working against Ghana’s democracy.

Daily Guide

13 ‘PRESIDENTS’ FATE HANGS, EC BALLOTS TOMORROW

The fate of the 13 disqualified presidential  aspirants still remains in the balance as the EC failed to reach a decision about their nominations yesterday.

PRISONS PROBES KOMBIAN ‘ESCAPE’

Following the reported attempt by Johnson Kombian to escape from the Nsawam Medium Security Prison, Daily Guide has learnt that authorities of the Ghana Prisons Service are investigating the circumstances surrounding the attempted jail break.

Finder Newspaper

ASPIRANTS ON EDGE AS DECIDES THEIR FATE TODAY

The Ghana Centre for Democratic Development has described the EC detection of new errors on the nomination forms of the previously disqualified presidential aspirants for the December polls unfair and a breach of administrative justice.

VOTER TURNOUT ‘EXPLODES’ AMONG BLACKS, HISPANICS IN US

Voter turnout among African-American and Hispanic voters in the United States surged  in early voting, and this swell of minority participation could spell trouble for Donald Trump’s White House hopes.

 

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