For all the things you should know this Wednesday morning | Read the major stories making headlines in the Ghanaian newspapers….
NO CASH FOR STRIKING DOCTORS
The chaos in the public health sector may not be ending anytime soon because there is no money to meet the demands of the workers, especially those of the striking doctors who are in day seven of the strike.
GAS EXPLOSION KILLS 2
A gas explosion at Ngleshie Amanfrom, near Kasoa in the Central Region, has killed two people, with others sustaining serious injuries.
MUSICIAN ARRESTED OVER BABY JET SEX TAPE
Popular Reggae musician and President of the Music Council of Ghana, Lester Ekow Micah, was arrested Tuesday evening over what has become known as the ‘Asamoah Gyan sex video saga’.
POLICE HOSPITAL RECALLS STAFF ON LEAVE
The Police Hospital in Accra has suspended leave for all its staff, the Acting Public Relations Officer of the Hospital, Corporal Faustina Nunekpeku has told the General Telegraph
POLICE ISSUES PUBLIC FRAUD ALERT
The Police administration has uncovered the latest operandi being used by scammers to swindle innocent citizens of their hard earned monies.
TWO FLYOVERS AT KWAME NKRUMAH CIRCLE READY
President John Mahama is expected to open traffic at two completed flyovers at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange this week.
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN MUST WORK – MAHAMA
President John Mahama has tasked the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) to ensure that the national development plan for Ghana does not fail like previous developmental initiatives.
54 TRANSBORDER CHECKPOINTS SPUR COMPLAINTS
Ghana’s security agencies have come under severe criticism from transborder operators for mourning scores of permanent and temporary checkpoints that contravene the ECOWAS convention on transit goods.
NATION COULD LOSE BOND HOLDERS – AKOTO OSEI
The Member of Parliament for Old Tafo and ranking member on Finance, Dr Anthony Akoto Osei has stated that the country risks losing its foreign investors, especially holders of the country’s bonds, if instability in the economy continues.