Here are today's newspaper headlines
HIV BABIES LOOMING AS PREGNANT WOMEN CAN’T HAVE ACCESS TO ANTI-RETROVIRAL DRUGS
Thousands of persons living with HIV/AIDS have been left stranded without access to Anti-Retroviral drugs due to the strike action by public pharmacists.
RESOLVE GHOSPA STRIKE NOW – CHAMBER OF PHARMACY
WOBBLY INFLATION DAMPENS HOPES OF POLICY RATE CUT AS MPC BEGINS METTING TODAY
Hopes that the central bank could cut its long held policy rate as its Monetary Policy Committee meets today have been blunted by a marginal rise in inflation for the past month, fueled by fears among traders that the cedi could take a hit in the run up to the December polls.
BUS RAPID TRANSIT TO COMMENCE OCTOBER
The long-in-the-works Bus Rapid Transport system, aimed at radically transforming public transportation in Accra, is set to commence operations next month, with a pilot beginning with one of four routes – Amasaman through Achimota, Circle and the Central Business District at Tudu.
WE ARE NOT BROKE – GOV’T FUMES
BLOOD FLOWS AS NDC GOONS ATTACK NPP IN BA
Blood thirsty suspected thugs of the NDC at Kukuom, the district capital of the Asunofo South in the Brong Ahafo Region, yesterday went on rampage, beating up NPP supporters at the District Electoral office.
POLICE STOP DKM DEMO
The Brong Ahafo Regional Police Command have filed for an order seeking an injunction to restrain the victims of DKM and other microfinance companies from going on demonstration on Saturday.
GCB BOARD CHAIRMAN ACCUSED
The rising tension at the GCB Bank, stemming from unsecured loans running into several millions of Ghana cedis, has been blamed on the Board Chairman of the bank, Daniel Owiredu.
DON’T FRONT FOR FOREIGN COMPANIES – PETROLEUM COMMISSION WARNS LOCAL BUSINESSMEN
The Petroleum Commission has warned Ghanaian businessmen against fronting for foreign companies for them to engage in businesses meant for local companies.