Here are today's newspaper headlines
BOG TO ‘VOMIT’ $223M AS PIAC DEMANDS REFUND OF MISAPPLIED REVENUE
The Public Interest and Accountability Committee is demanding a refund and retrieval of over $300 million of petroleum revenues.
MAHAMA COMMISSIONS NEW RAIL LINES
President John Mahama has said the rail transport sector will see massive transformation if he is voted into power for another term.
I’LL INVESTIGATE AND RETRIEVE DKM MONIES – AKUFO-ADDO
The 2016 presidential candidate of the NPP has assured the thousands of residents of the Brong Ahafo Region, who have lost huge sums to scams involving microfinance companies in the last couple of years, that he will retrieve their monies for them when he wins this year’s elections.
NO FUNDS: 20 GHANAIAN STUDENTS ‘HOT’ IN CHINA
About 20 students on Ghana government scholarship in China say their monthly stipend is in arrears for eight months.
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES TO SIGN PEACE ACCORD ON DEC 1
The United Nations, the Commonwealth and the ECOWAS are urging presidential candidates in the upcoming elections to sign peace accord before voting.
BoG gets tough with forex sales
Tourism receives boost at Nzulezu
'Lavender Hill' plant to generate power, compost
Rail pleasure returns to Sekondi-Kojokrom
Confusion rocks APC over endorsement
6 BALLOT BOXES MISSING
The Western Regional branch of the NPP says it suspects foul play after six ballot boxes of the EC fell off a truck conveying them to Tarkwa Nsueam Constituency.
GH¢35M SCANDAL THEY ARE JEALOUS OF ME – WOYOME
Controversial NDC financier, Alfred Woyome, says those against his recent $8 million (GHC35 million) engagement with the government are jealous of him.
AYARIGA BOYS ROOT FOR NANA
WE WON'T SPEND ON FRIVOLOUS SPENDING - NDUOM
ASANTEHEMAA TO BE BURIED JAN 16
127, 394 for special voting on December 1
AU observer team urges parties to ensure stability
Lavender Hill Faecal Wast Plant inaugurated
Cubans mourn great leader