Today’s front pages: Friday April 15, 2016
REV FATHER IN PATERNITY CASE; COURT TO BEGIN HEARING ON APRIL 20
The juvenile court in Accra will on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 commence the hearing of a case in which a Catholic Reverend Father stands accused of being the father of a six-month-old boy whom he is alleged to have abandoned.
COMMUNITY PLEADS FOR SAFE DRINING WATER
The chief and people of Nafaring in the Tolon District have appealed for clean and safe drinking water to protect them from water-borne diseases.
EC ‘STEALS’ LOGO FROM TURKEY
It has emerged that the design the Electoral Commission (EC) intends to use as its logo is that of an educational and career counseling center in Turkey.
MAHAMA FIGHTS NANA OVER ECONOMY
President John Mahama has described the statement by Nana Akufo-Addo, flagbearer of the NPP hat Ghana’s economy is in crisis as political propaganda.
SOLDIERS CONTRACT BLOATED BY GH¢9M
More than 50% variation of contract sum for the construction of 18 housing units for the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), ballooning from the original cost of GH¢25 million, took the centre stage of yesterday’s sitting by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC)of Parliament.
2 IN POLICE GRIP OVER VOTERS REGISTER; NDC TAGS THEM AS NPP ASSIGNS
The Ashanti Regional Police Command is holding two persons suspected to be members of the opposition NPP who were caught with copies of the national voters register and labeling some persons as ‘dead’.
SUPPORT ME WIN KLOTTEY KORLE – LOKKO
PPP parliamentary candidate for Osu Klottey Korle constituency in the Greater Accra region, Eva Lokko, has made a passionate appeal to traditional leaders and the people of Klottey Korle to support her bid to represent them in Parliament.
CHOOSE LEADERS WITH PROVEN TRACK RECORD – NDUOM
Presidential hopeful of the PPP Papa Kwesi Nduom has urged the youth of Ghana to elect people with proven track record in leadership to turn around the dwindling fortunes of the country.