Here are today's newspaper headlines.
WATERVILLE DRAGS GHANA TO ICC OVER €25M JUDGEMENT DEBT
Waterville Holdings Limited (WVI) has filed arbitration processes at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) challenging an order directed at it to refund 25 million euros to Ghana.
GHANA, COTE D’IVOIRE BEGIN LEGAL BATTLE OVER MARITIME BOUNDARY
Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire are legally battling it out at the Tribunal for the International Law of the Sea (ITLOS) in Hamburg, Germany, over their boundary dispute.
NPP TAKES ANOTHER LOOK AT AFFIRMATIVE ACTION WEDNESDAY
The National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Mr Paul Afoko, has summoned a higher authority of the party, the National Council, to an emergency meeting on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, to take a second look at the whole proposal put forward by the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party for the conduct of the party’s parliamentary primaries.
SANCTIONS LETTER TO GHANA IS AN ERROR – AFDB INSISTS
The African Development Bank (AfDB) insists that the letter it sent to Ghana about sanctions resulting from the non-payment of the country’s debt is an error.
NIGERIA AWAITS RESULTS OF CLOSE CONTEST
Eager Nigerians are highly anticipating results of Saturday’s polls that were extended to yesterday in the most fiercely contested election in the country’s post-independence history that seems likely to wind down a tense conclusion.
DOCTORS ANGRY OVER CONVERSION DIFFERENCE UNDER SINGLE SPINE
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has given government a May 30, 2015 ultimatum to pay accumulated arrears of conversion difference because their base pay was reduced when they were because (SSSS) or face their wrath.
GHANA GAS COMMENCES PAYMENT OF Ȼ7.8M COMPENSATION TODAY
Ghana National Gas Company (Ghana Gas) will today commerce the payment of compensation totaling Ȼ7.8 million to about 800 project-affected farmers in 23 communities along the Essiama-Prestea Lateral Line in the Western Region.
BIOMETRIC ‘WAHALA’ IN NIGERIA ELECTION
Just like Ghana’s 2012 presidential and parliamentary elections, technical problems have plagued a new system deployed in Nigeria’s election for reading voting cards with biometric card-reading machines.
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AFDB, NDC GOVERNMENT LIES EXPOSED
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government have been exposed for their attempts to hide the truth concerning the issuing of sanctions imposed on Ghana recently.
73-YEAR-OLD BUHARI SET FOR VICTORY AS NIGEIRANS VOTE FOR CHANGE
Preliminary results from the two-day general election in Nigeria shows that 73-year-old leader of the opposition All Progressive Congress (APC), Gen. Muhammadu Buhari is heading for a massive victory which will bring to an end the 16-year-old rule of the People’s Democratic Party, and the 4-year Presidency of Goodluck Jonathan.
PERSONS CHASTISING BAWUMIA ARE A “FUNNY LOT”
President of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe has stated that the government officials who are accusing Dr Mahamudu Bawumia of putting out wrong figures on the economy are a “funny lot”.
‘CHOP CHOP’ KILLING ECG
There are so many competing interests in the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), as members of staff from private companies at will and award contracts to such companies, thereby diverting funds, the committee that investigated the fire outbreak at the ECG warehouse in Kumasi has found.
PUBLIC URGED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BANK’S INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS
Managing Director of GT Bank Ghana, Lekan Sanusi, has urged the public to take advantage of innovative products and services in the banking sector to save time and the hustle of everyday life.
INSURERS MUST RELY ON TECHNOLOGY TO BOOST PENETRATION
Executive Director of Enterprise Life, C. C. Bruce Jnr, says the insurance industry has to leverage on technology as well as widespread social media to boost life insurance penetration currently hovering below two percent.