General News of Wednesday, 14 March 2018


Today at the newsstands

DG 14 2018 FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

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

Daily Graphic:

- Exchanges over crude sale - BOST, COPEC trade accusations

- Parliament divided over shoot-to-kill order

- More suspected robbers arrested; one involved in Lebanese shooting

Daily Heritage:

- IFS engages economic experts to offer strategies to government

- Jailed Dr Ali Gabass to be pardoned?

- FDA's delay over Banku deaths unacceptable, says Advocacy group

Daily Statesman:

- BOST shoots down COPEC claims - Defends $2 discount per barrel

- COCOBOD on course to achieving target

- Hajj Board outlines new measures for 2018 measures

- Rainstorm causes havoc at Akotekrom

Crusading Guide:

- BOST shoots down COPEC claims as CEO sues Duncan Amoah over death threat allegations

- COCOBOD set to meet 850 metric tonnes target

- Peace returns to Kokrobite as two feuding families smoke peace pipe

The Publisher:

- Beheaded boy lured with ice cream

- Police chase BOST boss over death threats

The Independent:

- Government assures of equitable distribution of national resources

- Ghana faces economic collapse as debt balloons - IFS

The Chronicle

- Public debt swallows revenue by 41% - IFS

- We will use force to avert chaos - Nitiwul

- Ex-KMA PM lauds Akufo-Addo for new districts

- Ankobeahene Amissah Arthur is being mischievous

- BOST MD sues Duncan Amoah


- I.C Quaye defies Akufo-Addo's orders

- NLA boss breaks silence on blackmailing plot

The Finder:

- US deports 86 Ghanaians; more expected in the coming months

- MTN profits jump by 23.3%, records GhC9.3m revenue daily in 2017

- Cocoa surges to top of US commodity performers in 2018

Ghanaian Observer:

- Allegations of financial malfeasance against BOST MD: AFAG's Director of Operations accuses Duncan Amoah of blackmail

- We won't abandon previous government projects - Bawumia

The Herald:

- BOST MD moves to cover up GhC23 million loss

- $1.3 billion loan crisis hits COCOBOD


- Eco-park saboteurs uncovered - Project on as scheduled

- 'Fireman' under fire

Economy Times:

- BoG anticipates lower inflation, stronger banks

- 30% electricity tariff reduction higher than expectations but experts raise questions

- UniBank nears majority shareholding in adb but no takeover