Here are today's newspaper headlines
FLAGSTAFF HOUSE ORDERS 2017 PRESIDENTIAL DIARY
Even though it is not certain that President John Mahama and the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) would be in power after the general elections slated for December 7, 2016, the Office of the President has started placing orders for a presidential diary for the year 2017.
WE’LL NOT BORROW AT ANY PRICE; BUT BOND ISSUE NOT CALLED OFF – TERKPER
The government says it is not under pressure to refinance the country’s maiden bond issued in 2007 at any price, hence the decision to pause in pricing a new 2016 Eurobond until market conditions improve.
19 PERISH IN ACCIDENT AT SUBRISO
Nineteen people died last Saturday night when a Ford mini bus on which they were travelling was involved in a gory accident at Subriso, new Wassa Akropong in the Wassa Amenfi East District in the Western Region.
ROAD FUND SET FOR RECORD SPENDING
Government’s commitment on road-related projects is set to hit its highest level this year since the Ghana Road Fund was established in 1985.
AGRIC NEEDS A RETHINK – BFT CEO
To drastically reduce the estimated food import bill of $1.5 billion, the country’s approach to agriculture needs a rethink, Edith Dankwa, CEO of the Business and Financial Times has said.
BEIGE CAPITAL CONTITUNES TO GROW; POSTS IMPRESSIVE HALF-YEAR RESULTS