News Headlines For 31/03/16

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Today’s front pages: Thursday March,31,2016

Kaneshie forex bureau robbers remanded

NCA explains closure of Obinim TV, 8 other channels

South African ex-police officers saga: BNI invites owner of McDan Shipping

Teacher trainees threaten to sue Principals of Colleges of Education over utilities

Albert Sore’s Memoir: The Traditional Smock (Fuugu or Batakari)

NCA takes off Obinim TV, at least five others ‘with immediate effect’

Audio: Special Report on Dr Wampah’s tenure as he exits BoG

Abusua Nkosuo Club donates to Compassion Rehab

Confusion over land earmarked for Community Day SHS in Lawra

Scores of farmers lose over 190 acres of farmland to chief

Women entrepreneurs encouraged to embrace opportunities to drive job creation

State drops narcotic charges against British fugitive McDermott

Investment in good seed business will improve food security

Treated water losses in the city amid thirst in hinterlands

Other Major Headlines:

OBINIM TV SHUT DOWN
  A number of Ghanaian television channels were yesterday taken off air in what looked like a move by the NCA to sanitise the media landscape.

ODIKE’S 2016 SECRETS OUT
  A secret audio recording purported to be the voice of the embattled leader of the United Progress Party (UPP), Akwasi Addai, popularly called Odike, making the stunning revelations, has popped up.

NDC ON RAMPAGE AT ATEBUBU
  Some supports of the Atebubu Amanten Municipal MCE Sampson Kweku Boafo, who vowed to resist his removal from office by the presidency, yesterday went on rampage and burnt down the DC office in the town.

GHANA IS BROKE – IMF; UNABLE TO MEET FINANCING COSTS
  The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed renewed concerns over Ghana’s deteriorating debt situation.

INTEREST RATES TO RISE FURTHER
  The cost of borrowing for business in Ghana is unlikely to decline any time soon as research and investment firm, InvestCorp is projecting a further hike in the central bank’s policy rate to 27.50 per cent by the end of this year.

ADB NEVER PAID BRIBE TO AFENYO-MARKINS
  The ADB has denied allegations that it bribed the MP for Efutu Constituency, Alexander Afenyo Markins.