Here are today's newspaper headlines.
BNI PROBES WAEC; QUESTIONS OLLENNU
The Bureau Of National Investigations (BNI) has taken over the leak of five subject papers in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
DEATH TOLL IN JUNE 3 DISASTER NOW 159
Seven more bodies have been recovered after the June 3 disaster which had earlier claimed 152 lives in Accra, Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has indicated.
CEDI LOSES VALUE AGAINST MAJOR CURRENCIES
The government’s fiscal monetary policies have come under attack as stakeholders, businesses and currency analysts question their potency to revive the ailing economy and stabilize the fast depreciating cedi against the major foreign currencies.
POLICE UNIFORMS FOR SALE
Credible information reaching Today point to a worrying activity of some Batik and Tie-Dye producers at Tafo-Pakrono in the Ashanti Region.
5 BECE PAPERS CANCELLED
Basic and senior high education examiner, West African Examinations Council, Ghana (WAEC) has cancelled five papers in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)
BE BOLD TO APPROACH ME
Curvaceous Ghana-based Gambian actress, princess Christian Shyngle, has dared shy men who want to approach her to be bold to do so to seek her phone number and personal information from her friends.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT IS REAL
While many believe love a first sight happens in fairy tales and movies, musicians and TV personality Quophi Okyeame says it is very real and he can testify to that.
MAHAMA FIRES TOP CEOS
President John Mahama appears to be stamping his authority as his administration approaches homestretch, with the reshuffle of some public sector chief executives and outright dismissal of others.
PRESIDENT SAYS SORRY OVER KYEBI GALAMSEY
President John Mahama has apologised to the Okyeman Council, headed Okyehene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, for tagging Kyebi as the headquarters of galamsey; and asked to be forgiven for making such derogatory statement.
WAEC CANCELS BECE PAPERS
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has cancelled five papers in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which begun on Monday.