For all of Friday’s trending topics, read the major stories making headlines in the Ghanaian newspapers…
DECEMBER 7 POLLS ON COURSE: DESPITE LEGAL SUITS – EC BOSS
The Chairperson of the EC has given an assurance that the Commission will be able to conduct the December 7 general election, in spite of the legal suits challenging its decision to disqualify some presidential aspirant.
COURT GIVES ORDER FOR AUCTION OF 13 VEHICLES SEIZED BY INTERPOL
The Circuit Court in Accra has given the CID the green light to dispose of 13 vehicles seized by INTERPOL.
I’LL STOP RESULTS IF… – SAYS EC BOSS
The EC Chairperson, Charlotte Osei, has dropped a hint that she might stop the declaration of the presidential election results if they (results) are too close and call for a recount.
‘KILLER’ GRABBED WITH WEAPONS
The Accra Regional Police have arrested a 43-year-old land guard at Amamoley in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region for allegedly possessing a number of powerful rifles, machetes, ammunition magazines and facial masks.
‘EC UNDER PRESSURE TO REMOVE PPP’
The Progressive People’s Party has revealed that the decision by the EC to file a writ at the Supreme Court to overturn a High Court’s ruling which went in its favour has confirmed its long-held belief that there is a hidden hand pushing the EC to ensure PPP’s exit from the December 7 polls.
GIRL, 10, SHOT AN ABANDONED; DAD CRIES FOR JUSTICE
She was just about some 10 meters away from her school gate that fateful Wednesday afternoon when, suddenly, she was sent sprawling on the ground with blood oozing from her head and face.
MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS: WHO REALLY CARES?
Ghana’s mental health system is currently on its knees as nurses at the biggest mental health facility, Accra Psychiatric Hospital, have embarked on an exercise dubbed #StayAwayFromDanger in protest of bad working conditions which tend to affect the efficiency of service delivery at the facility and also patients welfare.