Today’s front pages: Thursday April 7, 2016
RED DEMO HITS EC IN KUMASI
The NPP has passionately appealed to the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, to personally intervene so that the EC will carry out the validation of the bloated voter register and make it credible to ensure free, fair and peaceful.
VOLTA NPP JABS MAHAMA
The Volta Regional Chairman of the NPP John Peter Amewu, has strongly reacted to the claim by President John Mahama that all development projects on the region were executed by the NDC government.
SUPREME COURT ORDERS AG OVER VOTERS’REGISTER
The Supreme Court has given the Attorney General a two-day ultimatum to respond to a suit filed by former National Youth Organiser of the PNC ,Abu Ramadan, and one Evans Nimako over the credibility of the voter register.
QUERY OVER USE OF STABILISATION FUND
The huge decline in Ghana’s oil revenue due mainly to high volatility of world commodity prices has increased concerns over the handling of the Ghana Stabilisation Fund (GSF)
ECOBANK POSTS STRONG GROWTH
In spite of a difficult operating environment for businesses, one that had volatile market competition, Ecobank Ghana Limited has again demonstrated strong resilence, growing its assets to GHC6.6 billion in 2015 from GHC 5.7 billion the previous year.
SCRAP WASSCE – NAGRAT CHARGES GOV’T
General Secretary of NAGRAT, Angel Kabonu, has called for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination concept to be scrapped.
APLAKU, TETEGU ELDERS HOT
Management of Tare Properties and Development Company have accused some elders of Aplaku and Tetegu of selling portions of 1020.36 acres of land situated at Tetegu in the Ga South Municipality.
BAAMU YADA DEMO HITS EC IN KUMASI