Here are today's newspaper headlines
COMMODITY FARMERS LAUNCH INQUEST INTO FERTILISER PROGRAMME
The Ghana Cocoa, Coffee and Sheanut Farmer’s Association has raised concerns over the sale of subsidized fertilizer by farmers, warning that the act could negatively affect government policy on fertilizer programmes.
GOV’T SURMOUNTS IMF HURDLE
Fiscal policymakers are in a seemingly buoyant mood after the IMF on Wednesday gave its seal of approval to the third review of the ongoing bailout programme.
LEGAL SYSTEM SEEN HINDERING CREDIT AVAILABILITY
Mike Nyinaku, CEO of Beige Capital has stated that the current legal system does not encourage financial institutions to lend to SMEs.
ACCESS BANK TO LAUNCH IPO THIS YEAR
MORE MUMS GOING ‘CRAZY’; PUT LIVES OF BABIES AT RISK
Childbirth can be one the exciting moments for most mothers, but after childbirth, most women suffer from a condition – Post Natal Depression – that make them either neglect or harm their newborn babies and in extreme cases, develop suicidal tendencies.
DVLA TARGETS STUDENT DRIVERS
The DVLA has launched a Tertiary Driver Licence Project (TDLP) aimed at granting students the opportunity to learn how to drive and obtain driver licence before they complete their programme of study.
9 READ FOR PRESIDENT
Nine presidential hopefuls yesterday submitted their nomination forms to enable them to contest in the December presidential election.
CPP PICKS KUFUOR BOY
Ivor Kobina Greenstreet, the presidential candidate of the CPP has selected Nana Gabby Nsiah Nketiah as his running mate for the December 7 polls.
FORD GIFT SAGA: MAAHAMA VIOLATES POLICY – CHRAJ
NDUOM ASSURES FARMERS OF BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS
Presidential hopeful of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has assured farmers in the country of better living conditions when given the nod to govern this country.
MAHAMA VIOLATED GIFT POLICY – CHRAJ