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General News of Tuesday, 8 May 2018


Today at the News stands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

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

The Finder:

*President launches $100m endowment fund to enhance research abilities of University of Ghana - Legon

*GJA to sue Hajia Fati for allegedly assaulting journalist

*Oil price hits $70 for first time in 2014.

*11-yr-old son boiled over missing GH¢1

*Give back to society to support nation building, Osei Kwame Despite appeals to business moguls

Daily Heritage:

*Afenyo-Markin fires amnesty over alleged blatant human right abuses at UEW

*Bawumia , Ghana High Commission host Indian business delegation

*Don't misapply funds for NaBCO...Berekusohene urges Gov't officials.

*Over 7,000 to be rendered jobless if..Gas Operators Association warns Government.

ABC News:

*GH¢2M MASLOC fraud... Former Directors expose Sedinam

*NABCO not duplication of YEA module - Government

Daily Graphic:

*We'll equip police to deal with lawlessness - President Akufo-Addo

*Korle-Bu doctors re-attach severed wrist

*Tafohene , family members in tango over property

*Paperless port operations will be improved

*8 companies get 1D 1F approval in Upper West

*MPs pay back MASLOC loans

Daily Guide:

*Ex-Ministers exposed in double pay scandal

*Mahama flew helicopter from Bolga to Bawku

*Tema Police kill robber

*Shake-up in police.

Ghanaian Times:

*We'll change the face of Police - President

*Call Hajia Fati to order - GJA

*National House of Chiefs endorses Adama Latse ll as Ga Mantse

*Police undertake nationwide reshuffle

*Ghana, US begin earthquake stimulation exercise

*2nd China trade week opens in Accra.

The Chronicle:

*Amnesty in proxy war over UEW

*1,000 vehicles for police

*NPP ready to rule beyond 2024 - Ntim

*Mahama might still be dreaming.

The New Crusading Guide:

*President talks tough..Promises proactive, preventive Police Force

*Amnesty official interferes in UEW Staff Court case

*Don't compare NABCO to YEA - Kojo Oppong Nkrumah