Here are today's newspaper headlines
MONTIE 3 TO BE FREED? COUNCIL OF STATE TO MEET
There are strong indications that the three NDC activitists who were convicted for contempt by the Supreme Court two weeks ago, are going to be pardoned soon.
LATEST GOODMAN AMC ONLINE POLL ON DECEMBER 7 ELECTIONS: NANA ADDO, 49%; MAHAMA, 44%
With 120 days more to the December 7 elections, an online opinion poll indicates that if the elections were held in July, Nana Akufo-Addo would obtain 49% of votes cast while President Mahama would secure 44% of votes cast.
GHANA IN TALKS TO REASSURE IMF OVER NEW LAW AHEAD OF AID REVIEW
Ghana began talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday to reaffirm its commitment to a three-year aid programme after parliament passed a law breaching a key requirement of the $918 million deal, sources told Reuters.
KOALA ROBBERS JAILED 150 YEARS
The five persons who conspired and robbed an employee of the Koala Shopping Centre in January this year were yesterday sentenced to a total of 150 years by the Accra Circuit Court.
COUNCIL OF STATE RECEIVES MONTIE TRIO PETITIONS
Civil servants who continue with the strike declared b the Civil and Local Government Staff Assocition, Ghana (CLOSSAG) will forfeit their salaries for August, the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Mr Haruna Iddrisu, has warned.