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General News of Friday, 5 April 2019


Today at the newsstands

Some stories making headlines in the news

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

The Finder

* Debt: Tame borrowing - Adongo cautions government

* GCB reports GHc323

* Ghana-Oracle partnership is a game-changer for digital advancement - Veep

* Minority questions huge tax waivers to ExxonMobil

Daily Guide

* NDC planned sale of Komenda Sugar Factory

* $2.2bn Eastern Rail project kicks off

* Ex-Security heads deny NCA Gurus

* Mahama presents own Town hall meeting

* Government to invest $500m in agric mechanisation

Daily Graphic

* GRA reduces benchmark values, Tema Port effects decision

* 'Ghana has no disaster risk plan'

* NPP has drawn economy back - NDC

* Asantehene lauds Graphic's role in nation building

Ghanaian Times

* Let's criminalise water pollution - Varsity Don

* Don't interfere in day-to-day administration of institutions - Senior Minister advises Boards

* NDC urges Govt to adhere to IMF recommendations

* Mixed reactions over EMT Town Hall meeting


* Banks' deposits rebound after sector reforms

* GCB records GH¢323m profit

* The elephant in the room - the case of maize

* Government sets aside US$1.5bn to finance SHS infrastructure

The Chronicle

* New trick masks FGM, hot Shea butter replaces the blade

* NDC rushed in commissioning Komenda Sugar Factory

* Protracted dispute over 1875 building stalls burial of odefo Boa Amponsam III

* Arrest Kwasi Bantama over death of 16 illegal miners

Goldstreet Business

* Import community begins re-strategising

* Ghana, World Bank agree to digitise public at RGD

* GRA moves to deepen tax compliance

The Ghanaian Observer

* NDC fails to match Bawumia

* Ghana's future is bright - Bawumia

* Cocobod rubbishes vegetable oil for insecticides report

* GUTA hails government over import duties reductions

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