Here are today's newspaper headlines
MINISTRY TO GET TOUGH- with fishing vessels using illegal methods
Ghana challenged to ensure credible elections
Suspect of Vodafone staff's murder jailed for robbery
PREZ ‘OUTDOORS’ BOOK ON ACHIEVEMENTS IN THREE YEARS
President John Mahama yesterday gave a rundown of highlights of his three years stewardship saying the future of the country is bright.
ENGINEERS & PLANNERS DENIES INVOLVEMENT IN AMERI CONTRACT
NDC RETAINS AMENFI WEST SEAT
KASAPREKO INAUGURATES WATER, SOFT DRINK PLANT
ERA OF CHEAP POWER OVER; CURRENT TARIFFS NOT COST-REFLECTIVE – POWER MINSTER
The Power Minister, Dr Kwabena Donkor, has asked power consumers to adopt greater efficiency in energy use in order to contain the increasing cost of power use, as the era of cheap power provision nears its end.
GIFEC TARGETS MORE FISHERMEN
NPRA TRANSFERS GHC95M TO 767 EMPLOYERS
AMERI CONTRACT JUMPS TO $600M
It appears Ghana will pay more than $510 million quoted as the contract sum for the provision of 10 gas turbines by Africa & Middle East Resources Investment Group (AMERI Energy).
NDC MOB CHASES MINISTER
VODAFONE STAFF KILLER NABBED
MORE ROT EXPOSED IN AMERI DEAL AS VARIABLE CHARGE OF 45.3M JUMPS TO 83M
Painstaking investigations by The Finder, supported by some energy experts, have discovered that the Variable Charge in the Africa and Middle East Resources Investment Group’s contract with Ghana appears to be inflated by as much as $37,667,000 ($37.6M).
GOP DAMAPARE PLEDGES INCIDENT-FREE CHRISTMAS
POLICE ARREST KILLER OF VODAFONE MARKETING OFFICER
TRUST IN ELECTORAL PROCESSES TO DEEPEN DEMOCRACY - SPEAKER
Former Nigerian EC Boss advises Nana Akufo: ELECTIONS NOT 'ALL DIE BE DIE"