Today's Front Pages
225 EX-SOLDIERS SUE CDS OVER UNDER-PAYMENT OF GRATUITIES
Two hundred and twenty-five retired military officers have sued the Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) over what they describe as under-payment of their gratuities, contrary to what the government approved.
LOAD MANAGEMENT NOT OFFICIALLY OVER – JINAPOR
The Ministry of Power has stated that although the power situation has improved, leading to the suspension f load management in the last one month, it cannot declare that load management is officially over.
PREZ MAHAMA WAS UNCONVINCING – NPP
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has described the issues raised by the President John Mahama in his interaction with journalists last Tuesday as a rehash of old issues as well as unconvincing new ones.
MINISTER RAPS CHEF IMAM OVER AL QAEDA FOOT SOLDIERS
The National Democratic Congress administration appears to have come under pressure following the housing of two suspected Al-Qaeda terrorists in Ghana, which has created apprehension among the populace.
NPP REPLIES MAHAMA
Just when officials of the ruling National Democratic Congress started showering praises on President Mahama for what they considered an excellent delivery during his meeting that journalists on Tuesday, the New Patriotic Party has waded in, punching holes in his answers to questions.
SUBAH ENGAGES WITH MP
Management of Subah Infosolutions Ghana Limited, a wholly Ghanaian owned ICT and telecom solutions provider, yesterday interacted with Members of Parliament Select Committee on Communications to give an overview of the operations of the company over the years.
BOG IN BIG DILEMMA: STRUGGLES TO ACHIEVE STABILITY
Ghana’s central bank faces an uphill task to achieve stability as prices of goods and services are set to rise further on the back of increments in fuel prices and utility tariffs.
EXPORT REVENUES TO DROP FURTHER
Mangers of Ghana’s economy would have to brace themselves for yet another challenging year in the country’s exports sector, as Ghana is set to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in export revenues due to falling commodity prices on the international market.
SUBAH GOES INTERNATIONAL
Information and Telecommunications Company, Subah Infosolutions Ltd., a subsidiary of Jospong Group of Companies has taken their business beyond the shores of Ghana having signed a contract with the government of Guinea to start operations by the end of January.
PPP TAKES SWIPE AT MAHAMA
The Progressive People’s Party has said taxes are not the only avenues for government to finance its activities, indicating its disapproval for the recent taxes imposed on petroleum products.
LABOUR HOLDS CRUNCH MEETING TODAY
Organized labour has scheduled a crucial meeting today to discuss a plan of action against what it described as “killer taxes and hikes in utility prices” by government.