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xxxxxxxxxxx of Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Today at the news stands

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

Daily Graphic:

- Government releases GhC1.1 billion to support flagship programmes
- FDA cautions public against bleaching of children
- Public servants with earning above GhC3,727 to declare assets

Daily Statesman:

- Government aids Audit Service with $1.5 million to fight systemic corruption
- We're building a resilient economy - President Akufo-Addo
- Regional branches must raise own funds - NPP aspirants

Graphic Business:

- Tax stamp to yield GhC200 million

The Chronicle:

- Refer ¢5.4bn ghost claims to Amidu - @MBawumia
- Don't dare bribe us AG warns public institutions
- Bus branding scandal caused Ghana low ranking - GII Member

The Chronicle (Back Page):

- Paa Kwesi Fabin happy with Asante Kotoko coaching job
- Muntari reveals Clarence Seedorf role in his Deportivo switch
- Black Queens coach 'extremely delighted' at winning WAFU tournament
- Boakye-Yiadom set to sign for Chinese club

Ghanaian Times:

- $1.5m allocated to Audit Service to go paperless
- We're on path to resilient, robust economy - @NAkufoAddo
- Don't bribe auditors. AG warns MDAs of punitive action when caught

The Custodian:

- Election of MMDCEs will break winner takes all syndrome - OB Amoah
- Protect our money, Bawumia to Auditor-General
- Akufo-Addo woos US investors
- Wa West MP petitioned over NHIA bias
- Ayariga moves to abolish sole-sourcing

Daily Heritage:

- JJ, Nketia punch NDC MP over Abuga Pele's solidarity comment
- Development galore at Agona East as MP commissions 3 community centres, cuts sod for another 3
- Justice Crabbe leads team to solve Ga State disputes

B&FT:

- Gas supply from Nigeria reduces half - Debt, vandalism blamed
- FDA 'alarmed' over surge in the use of bleaching pills; pregnant women said to be using them for want of 'fair' babies
- Government considers 'moral pressure' on banks to reduce lending rates