Here are today's newspaper headlines.
NPP MAKES U-TURN OVER AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has reverted its earlier decision to allow female Members of Parliament (MPs) to go uncontested by male aspirants following internal party hue and cry over the decision.
PRESIDENT KUFUOR, KOFI ANNAN, OTHER SALUTE BUHARI
President John Dramani Mahama has congratulated General Muhammadu Buhari on his great victory in the Nigerian presidential elections.
USE EASTER TO PROMOTE UNITY – CLERGY
Members of the clergy have asked Ghanaians not to allow the commercialisation of the Easter season to redefine what the celebration means.
3 DENU FUGITIVES ARRESTED
The usual bubble that is associated with the Easter festivities seems to be missing in the capital Accra; the Daily Graphic’s checks have shown.
BANK RATES GO UP AS CEDI FALLS FURTHER
The Business Finder can confirm that banks in the country are raising their base rates citing high operational costs and developments on the foreign exchange market among others.
BUSINESSES ON THE EDGE
The woes of businesses in Ghana appear to have reached a climax, as firms have resorted to massive job cuts as a cost cutting measure to avert total shut down.
RE-EXAMINE YOUR LIVES – RT REV DR AGIDI
Ghanaians have been urged to use the Easter season to do a self-appraised and re-examination of their lives to access where they have fallen short and pray vehemently for forgiveness.
BUHARI’S JOURNEY TO ASO ROCK
Although the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of Nigeria has declared him as the president-elect of Nigeria and presented him with the Certificate of Return as the winner, General Muhammadu Buhari has a last slippery hurdle to clear.