📰📰 Today’s front messages
√CHRISTIANS IN IDOL WORSHIP?
What many Christians risk is becoming idolators, all because the man whose photograph has widely been circulated as a picture of Jesus is only an actor who played the role of Jesus in a movie.
√COCOBOD WORKERS DEBUNK REVOLT CLAIMS
Workers of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) have debunked claims by the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) and the General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU) that Dr Stephen Opuni is creating tension among employees, unions, as well as management staff, which could soon trigger unrest.
√NEW NATIONAL AIRLINE IMMINENT – PREZ MAHAMA
President John Dramani Mahama says government is working assiduously to get a new national airline established on a Public-Private Partnership basis in the skies soon, after, a successful prefeasibility study.
√EDAIF, EFC TO MERGE INTO NEW EXIM BANK
Government is set to appoint a transaction advisor to guide the integration of EDAIF, Exim guarantee and Export Finance Company into the new Ghana EXIM, report b the Finance Committee of Parliament has revealed.
√ENOUGH OF PRODUCING JOB-SEEKERS
Universities must go beyond producing job-seekers and aggressively embrace the mandate of producing job-creators for the future job market, Prof Clement Dzidonu, President of Accra Institute of Technology has said.
√MINISTER MISLEADS MAHAMA – ANGRY HOHOE RESIDENTS
Some residents of Hohoe municipality in the Volta Region on Wednesday vented their spleen on Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, Minister of Roads and Highways, for allegedly misleading President John Mahma over the Hohoe township roads in his (Mahama’s) recent State of the Nation Address.
√LAWYER’S LIFE IN DANGER OVER ZENATOR’S CASE
Gary Nimako Marfo, lawyer Nii Armah Ashitey, the NDC MP for Klottey Korle constituency in Accra, has alleged that he is being trailed by some unknown persons.
√GHANA NEEDS CREDIBLE REGISTER – SAYS SUPREME COURT
A judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Victor Jones Dotse, has cautioned the EC to conduct the November 7 polls with credible voter register.