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General News of Friday, 22 December 2017

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Today at the newsstand

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

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

The Informer

*Outrage over $100,000 extortion.. Akufo-Addo to sack minister for putting him on sale of expatriate business

*First Sky Group chair woos investors

*In the matter of UEW controversy... Plaintiffs has no locus in matter - Supreme Court ruled

The Chronicle:

*I want to ' marry ' Krobos - Akufo-Addo

*Are you bald? .. Beware of prostrate cancer

*No festival for Nkonyans - DISEC

*Most pastors of today are armed robbers in cassock - Part ||

New Weekend Crusading Guide:

*My political detractors have been shamed - Prez tells Krobose

*Ejisu NPP in turmoil over kidnapped polling station coordinator

*'Men of God' trade blows over offertory

Daily Guide:

*Alan speaks on $100,000 saga

*Korle-Bu considers medical tourism

*Gang rapist smoked out

*'Eggs good for kids'

*Akufo-Addo promises to root out fulani raids

B&FT:

*Investors bullish on 2018

*BF&T wins 'Best Media in SME reporting'

*Quantum Oil's subsidiaries win bid to join IFC, OPEC suit

*Kumasi battles Accra for largest 'city-economy'

*US$1m per constituency to close infrastructure gap - Minister

Daily Graphic:

*Expedite probe of EC Commissioners - Parliament.

*Accra in gridlock

*Self-styled lawyer before court for fraud

Daily Statesman:

*Crude propaganda against me exposed - Akufo-Addo

*Ghana secures executive seat in Pan African Youth Union

The Finder:

*Kumaca students receiving H1N1 vaccination, Frontline hospital staff will also be vaccinated

*GhC800,000 website budget criticised

*Government grabs $200m World Bank credit

Goldstreet Business:

*Ghana gets US$200M IDA support from World Bank

*GTA urges Diasporas to invest in Ghana..group targets US$2BN investment

Ghanaian Times:

*2015 Peabo dynamite explosion: 2,500 victims cry for compensation

*Stop rosewood trees over-exploitation - Lands Ministry

*$100,000 saga - President clears Alan Kyeremanten, deputies of extortion allegation

The Daily Dispatch:

*UN warns Ghana on weak security - 45,000 private security staff & 33,000 police officers

*'Macho men' beat journalists at NPP headquarters

*Parliament approves GHC800,000 for a Ministry's website

*Rawlings talks ' by heart' - Ex Prez Kufuor