Here are today's newspaper headlines
MINISTER HOT OVER RECKLESS COMMENT
Power Minister, Kwabena Donkor’s tantrums appear to have landed him in hot waters. He was reported in the media this week as saying “if President Mahama says dumsor will be over very soon, why you don’t ask him? Am I his spokesman?”
GIFTY ANTI WEDS
The much awaited Ghana’s royal wedding between two popular television personalities – Gifty Anti of GTV’s ‘Standpoint’ programme and Nana Ansah Kwao IV, host of ‘PM Express’ on Joy News – has finally taken place.
KUFUOR OKAYS NEW REGISTER
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has said that the Electoral Commission (EC) is not a power unto itself and should therefore listen to the demands of Ghanaians for a new voter register.
EXPOSE CORRUPTION – NDUOM URGES
Presidnet of Groupe Nduom (GN), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has called on Ghanaians, especially the young generation to expose corruption in the system; without fear or favour.
SCHOOL FEEDING IN DANGER
Information reaching Today indicates that the School Feeding Programme which was introduced by the Kufuor administration is likely to suffer a major setback anytime soon.
KILLER DRIVERS TAKE OVER AWOSHIE ROAD
Reports reaching Today indicates that scores of drivers (of both commercial and private vehicles) who ply the Baah-Yard to Ablekuma dual carriageway in the Greater Accra Region regularly flout traffic regulations.
TMA, BUSINESSES HAGGLE OVER PROPERTY RATES
The Tema Metropolitan Assembly and businesses in the country’s largest industrial enclave are in a stalemate over new property rates the businesses consider to be too high
CONSUMERS TO PAY GAS DEBT
The largest power producer, the Volta River Authority (VRA) is waiting on the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) to conclude consultations and subsequently approve a major tariff increase that will enable them to generate revenue for meeting their financial obligation to NGas.
SMES, ENTREPRENEURS FIND NEW HAVEN
The Country Director of the Department for International Development (DFID-UK), Jim McAlpine, has noted that while Ghana has achieved good growth over the last decade, this growth has been skewed toward extractives and related services.