Newspaper53FrontPage headlines of newspapers in Ghana
Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers include:

Ghanaian Times:

- Togo crisis must end - Pres appeals to political leaders - Petroleum Commission takes measures to enforce local content in petroleum upstream sector - Court frees Achimota student convicted for killing mate

The Finder:

- Affordable housing not feasible - GREDA Vice President blames situation on state institutions - Nana Addo rallies Togo leaders for peace - Amidu's appointment shows seriousness in fighting corruption - Rawlings


- Food & water shortage loom in Dweneso No. 1 - Court to free student 'killer' - President admonishes Togo opposition leaders

Crusading Guide:

- I can't dictate to Togo - Nana Addo - John Dumelo in trouble as he prepares to face special prosecutor - Rawlings praises Akufo-Addo; says Amidu's appointment shows President is serious

The Chronicle:

- High Court overturns high court orders - Businessman sends reminder to CJ over bizarre ruling - Kumawuhene sues ex-minister over 278,971 acres of land - Shai Hills baboons in danger - Landlord chases Fidelity Bank for rent

Daily Graphic:

- Tax stamp stillborn? Beverage companies yet to install stamp-fixing machines - President Akufo-Addo intervenes in Togo's political impasse - Korle Bu pays GhC1.2 million electricity monthly - 51% of Ghanaian ownership of ECG problematic - Consortium

Daily Guide:

- Nana serious about corruption says Rawlings - Achimota student 'killer' freed - French consortium rejects ECG policy - President wades into Togo crisis


- ECG bidding consortium rejects 51% local content policy - Insurance industry to publish claims paid on annual basis - Private pension funds hit GhC9.7 billion but expert wants funds used for prudent investments

Daily Heritage:

- Angry traders threaten naked demo over destruction of 185 bags of salt by armed soldiers - Achimota student 'killer' freed - Akufo-Addo's bodyguard in NPP organiser race - Cocoa Roads contractors to picket at Feeder Roads over arrears

Graphic Business:

- UT, Capital banks assets on sale
Source: www.ghanaweb.

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