Here are today's newspaper headlines
Woman caught smuggling 'wee' into prison - Trader grabbed in military recruitment
EC boss sued for contempt for receiving PPP's fee - Another FPSO coming soon
KMA fails to elect PM at 9th attempt
Ghana starts fuel exports to West African countries- Calm at Ajumako Bisease after NDC/NPP
IMF DROPS BOMBSHELL: ECONOMY TO GROW 3.3%, SLOWEST SINCE 1994
The IMF, in its latest forecast, has said Ghana’s economy will grow by 3.3% this year, the slowest since 1994, a report on the Third Review under the Extended Credit Facility Arrangement posted on the IMF website has revealed.
LOAN APPLICANTS WARNED AGAINST USE OF FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS
Dr Nii Kotei Dzani, President of Groupe Ideal, a leading financial institution in Ghana, has cautioned loan applicants to desist from using a fake and fraudulent documents with the intention of duping financial institutions for will be made to face the law when caught.
NDC HAS COPYRIGHT TO RIGGING – NANA
NPP presidential candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, has dismissed comments by Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur that the party is preparing to rig the December elections.
POLICE SUSPEND VEHICLE CHECKS
The Police High Command has issued strict instructions for its officers and men to desist from carrying out motor vehicle checks henceforth.
MAHAMA BILLBOARDS FLOOD ACCRA