Here are today's newspaper headlines
MAHAMA SHARES CASH FOR VOTES
President John Mahama, in his inordinate ambition for re-election in the December general election – which is a little over 70 days away – has been spotted sharing some money on his campaign trail.
SHE IS MY GIRLFRIEND, SAYS FIRE OFFICER
It is emerging that the Fire Officer whose genital was bitten, has claimed that the lady is his girlfriend, a claim she has strongly disputed.
BAWUMIA DARES VEEP WITH 170 QUESTIONS
MAHAMA TOUTS GHANA’S SUCCESSES AT UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
President John Mahama took to the world stage – the 71st United Nationa General Assembly – to tout Ghana’s democratic and economic strides and told his peers: “I am proud of my country.”
LET’S CONFRONT OUR PAST – FIRS T FEMALE MP ADMONISHES GHANAIANS
Former Member of Parliament in the First Republic, Madam Lucy Abena Aninwaa Anin, is challenging Ghanaians to confront the past, including its painful lessons to move the nation forward.
GHANA’S INFLATION DOUBLES IN 4 YEARS; GOV’T POOR POLICIES TO BLAME
Efforts by Managers of Ghana’s economy to arrest inflation in the past four years have proved futile as prices of goods and services continue to soar in the country.
STOCK MARKET: ONLY 3 OUT OF 36 FIRMS POST GROWTH