Here are today's newspaper headlines
EC UNDER ATTACK! WITH 5 CASES; SAYS NO TO AYARIGA
A little over a month to the December 7 elections, the Electoral Commission (EC) has been saddled with a series of court cases, obviously leaving it with less time to prepare for the polls.
NDC SACKS 23 REBELS
The ruling NDC has dismissed 23 members of the party, including about four incumbent MPs who are contesting as independent candidates in the December 7 general elections.
BOMB SCARE HITS KUMASI
Security agents yesterday cordoned off a street leading to the National Security Data Centre in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital, after reportedly discovering suspected bomb-making materials in the vicinity.
MAHAMA CAN’T BE TRUSTED – SAYS NANA
GHC2.1BN LOST IN 2015 DUE TO EXEMPTIONS GRANTED
While the government continues its borrowing spree, a whooping GHC2.1 billion of tax revenue has been lost to exemptions granted in 2015.
DUMSOR LURKING AROUND? AS TULLOW REDUCES GAS TO GHANA GAS BY 40MMSCFD
STOP ELECTION YEAR PROJECTS TO AVOID BUDGET OVERRUNS – PROF ASANTE
The execution of development projects during election years by successive governments has been identified as the major cause of the budget overruns that the country has experienced over the years, the Director of the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research of the University of Ghana, Professor Felix Asante, has said.
YEA EMPLOYS MORE YOUTH
The Youth Employment Agency has so far employed 62,825 people as part of measures by the government to address the unemployment situation in the country.
YEA employs more youth
Bomb scare - Explosives 'dropped' in deputy minister's home
EC in battle, more parties go to court
A-G discontinues Woyome's case