Today at the newsstands : Wednesday, 14 March 2018

The Publisher:

– Beheaded boy lured with ice cream

– Police chase BOST boss over death threats

The Independent:

– Government assures of equitable distribution of national resources

– Ghana faces economic collapse as debt balloons – IFS

The Chronicle

– Public debt swallows revenue by 41% – IFS

– We will use force to avert chaos – Nitiwul

– Ex-KMA PM lauds Akufo-Addo for new districts

– Ankobeahene Amissah Arthur is being mischievous

– BOST MD sues Duncan Amoah

Daily Graphic:

– Exchanges over crude sale – BOST, COPEC trade accusations

– Parliament divided over shoot-to-kill order

– More suspected robbers arrested; one involved in Lebanese shooting

Daily Heritage:

– IFS engages economic experts to offer strategies to government

– Jailed Dr Ali Gabass to be pardoned?

– FDA’s delay over Banku deaths unacceptable, says Advocacy group

Daily Statesman:

– BOST shoots down COPEC claims – Defends $2 discount per barrel

– COCOBOD on course to achieving target

– Hajj Board outlines new measures for 2018 measures

– Rainstorm causes havoc at Akotekrom

Crusading Guide:

– BOST shoots down COPEC claims as CEO sues Duncan Amoah over death threat allegations

– COCOBOD set to meet 850 metric tonnes target

– Peace returns to Kokrobite as two feuding families smoke peace pipe


– I.C Quaye defies Akufo-Addo’s orders

– NLA boss breaks silence on blackmailing plot

The Finder:

– US deports 86 Ghanaians; more expected in the coming months

– MTN profits jump by 23.3%, records GhC9.3m revenue daily in 2017

– Cocoa surges to top of US commodity performers in 2018

Ghanaian Observer:

– Allegations of financial malfeasance against BOST MD: AFAG’s Director of Operations accuses Duncan Amoah of blackmail

– We won’t abandon previous government projects – Bawumia

The Herald:

– BOST MD moves to cover up GhC23 million loss

– $1.3 billion loan crisis hits COCOBOD


– Eco-park saboteurs uncovered – Project on as scheduled

– ‘Fireman’ under fire

Economy Times:

– BoG anticipates lower inflation, stronger banks

– 30% electricity tariff reduction higher than expectations but experts raise questions

Source: Ghana|

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