Here are today's newspaper headlines
GOVT ASKED TO BRIDGE HOUSING DEFICIT
Government must provide the right policies for the real estate industry to address the country’s growing housing deficit, Anita Arkutu – the Executive Director of Vera Causa Realty Limited, has said.
REVENUE ADMINISTRATION BILL SUBMITTED TO CABINET
The Deputy Minister of Finance, Mrs Mona Quartey, has said the proposed Revenue Administration Bill is in its final draft and will be submitted to Cabinet for onward transmission to Parliament for passage.
HIGH INTEREST RATE MAKES LEDING RISKIER
AIRPORTS COMPANY CLOSES IN ON LAND TITLE
FERTILITY RATE DECLINES
The average number of children that would be born to a Ghanaian woman over her lifetime, measured as the country’s Total Fertility Rate (TFR), has been on a steady decline over the past few years.
DR ALHAJI ADAMU IDDRISU: FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO BANKING EXTRAORDINAIRE
NPP FIRES KWABENA AGYEMPONG AND SAMMY CRABBE
Two New Patriotic Party (NPP) national officers, Kwabena Agyepong and Sammy Crabbe, were yesterday handed an indefinite suspension in a unanimous decision by the National Executive Committee (NEC).
EC BUDGETS GHC1.2BN FOR 2016 POLLS
Daily Guide reports its information is that EC is expected to present a budget of about GHC1.2 billion for the conduct of the 2016 general elections, even though the government had made provision for GHC826,772 for conduct for the elections.
SARAH SENT NAKE PHOTOS TO GYAN – WOMAN TELLS COURT
The extortion trial involving Sarah Kwablah, a supposed one-time sex partner of Asamoah Gyan, captain of the Ghana national team and three others took a dramatic twist yesterday when an interested party popped up during the trial.
COPEC RELEASES NEW FUEL PRICES
The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana has release the latest prices of petroleum products sold on the market by the various OMCs.
SACK THIS MINISTER [KWABENA DONKOR]
2012 flag-bearer of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has challenged President John Dramani Mahama to sack the Minister of Power, Dr Kwabena Donkor, over the protracted power crisis to show he is in charge.