Here are today's newspaper headlines
WE REJECT 2 MOST CORRUPT TAG – PRESIDENT
President John Dramani Mahama has dismissed the interpretation put on the recent Transparency International (TI) report that Ghana is the second most corrupt country in Africa.
NDC YOUTH IN TAMALE CENTRAL ON RAMPAGE
ORGANISED LABOUR CALLS FOR SUSPENSION OF TARIFFS
KORLE BU SENIOR STAFF DEMAND RESIGNATION OF CEO
GOV’T CASH FOR MAHAMA BOYS AS PRESIDENT CRIES OVER CORRUPTION
As President John Mahama laments accusation of deep-seated corruption in his administration, a youth group canvassing support for his re-election n the 2016 polls has been authorized to receive state cash for its programmes.
BLOWS IN PARLIAMENT
The climax of the debate on the 2016 budget statement was characterized by chaotic scenes, verbal abuses, name calling, wild gesticulations and almost fistcuffs when the Majority Leader, Alban Bagbin, referred to some members of the Minority New Patriotic Party (NPP) as ‘hotheads’.
BUSINESSES BARE TEETH AT GOVERNMENT OVER TARIFF HIKES
Businesses in Ghana are expected to bear the brunt of rising cost of their operations following the increases in utility tariffs with will take effect from Monday December 14.
BANKS’ PROFITS DIP BY 48%
Profits of universal banks deteriorated by 48.5 percent in the first nine months of this year, to grow only by 3.8 percent, according to the latest Financial Stability Report by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) released last month.
BOST WORKERS TO BE SACKED AS REDUNDANCY EXERCISE BEGINS
Documents available to Today indicate that the Bulk Oil Storage Transportation Company Limited (BOST) is set to embark on a massive redundancy exercise despite making a supposed 21 million US dollar profit over the past two years.
GM FUND NET ASSET VALUE HITS OVER GHC5M
STEALING AT ANUM RURAL BANK: GHC300,000 MISSING
CHARLES MENSAH NOT CHIEF OF NGLESHIE AMANFRO