Here are today's newspaper headlines
BOMBSHELL! MODERATOR REJECTS $100,000 BRIBE
The outgoing Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt Rev Professor Emmanuel Martey, yesterday made a startling revelation of how a certain political party in the country tried to bribe him with a whopping $100,000 and a mansion at the plush Trasaaco Valley in Accra.
BAWUMIA GOES TO TOWN AGAIN ON ECONOMY
Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is set to provoke his political opponents and followers of the twists and turns of the local economy when he makes a presentation on the theme, “The State of the Ghanaian Economy: A foundation of Concrete or Straw”.
BLOWS OVER JB KILLERS
BONANZA FOR SHS HOPEFULS: CSSPS ALLOWS PARENTS TO CHANGE SCHOOLS, COURSE
As WAEC prepares to release the results of candidates who took this year’s BECE next month, officials of the Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) have outlined a number a number of opportunities that candidates can exploit for maximum benefit.
PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON MOBILE MONEY ON SEPTEMBER 11
PROGRESSIVELY FREE SHS: 120,000 BOARDERS TO BENEFIT
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has deplored the government’s attitude towards educational financing in the country, warning that if all outstanding financial issues are not addressed by the end of October this year, the association will advise itself.
NAGRAT DECRIES GOVT’S POOR EDUCATION FINANCING
About 120,000 boarding students in senior high schools will benefit from government’s progressively free SHS programme starting from the 2016/2017 academic year.
I WAS OFFERED BRIBE: Presby Moderator alleges but hail Pres for freeing Montie 3
Police Officer beaten unconscious