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General News of Monday, 15 October 2018

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Today at the news stands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

Daily Graphic:

*Cargo tracking starts today

*My integrity intimidates, threatens some people – Rawlings

*Eden Heights launches luxury apartments

*Teacher dies in Mangoase SHS accident

DailyGuide

*Gov’t saves $7.6bn in power deals

*I didn’t kill judges – Rawlings roars

*Auditor General sued

The Publisher

*I would have killed judges in 1979 – Rawlings

*Alibaba, Whale Cloud partners gov’t on innovative city development

*Pastor drowns chasing offering bowl

*’Wee’ found in Methodist Church

*I will campaign in schools

The Daily Statesman

*Ghana to strengthen bonds with La Francophone – Akufo-Addo

*Power deal review to save Ghana $586m

*Alibaba to partner Ghana in innovative city project

*NDC’s bloated capacity arrangements siphoned millions

B&FT

* Banking sector not in crisis; 7 failed banks had less than 10% of industry's assets, remaining local banks stable - Dr Addison

* We are open to offers for new airline - Aviation Minister

* EXIM Bank backs 1D1F with GhC417m

Economy Times

* SOEs make GH¢1.2bn losses

* Ghana weighs Green Bonds to fund US$200m in Solar projects

* NIC to announce new minimum capital for insurers soon

Chronicle

* Desperate NDC supports Akamba for inciting students to hoot at @NAkufoAddo - Kpemka

* Experts differ on Election of MMDCEs

Goldstreet Business

* Suspected money laundering cases on the rise as FIC receives 2,010 STRs in 6 years

* Local architects equally competent

* Akufo-Addo to launch maiden Oil and Gas Licensing Round today

New Crusading Guide

* CTN to boost revenue by $50m months project takes of today

* Suhum MCE blows GH¢ 160,000 on 3-unit classroom blocks

Today

* Bagbin supporters jubilate over attack non @JDMahama

* Teacher dead, 40 injured in gory accident

* Mahean youth to hit street over Ablekuma curve-Mahean road

* James Town Mantse to be buried October 20