March 14, 2016 newspaper stories

March 14, 2016 newspaper stories

Yen.com.gh brings you the top stories in the newspapers in Ghana today, March 14, 2016.

March 14, 2016 newspaper stories

Today's front pages: Monday, March 14, 2016

Daily Guide

£70M COCAINE BARON MARRIES WAMPAH’S DAUGHTER

Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) Dr Henry Kofi Wampah, is not having it easy weaning himself from any blame and responsibility in the arrest of his son-in-law, David McDermott, regarding the latter’s alleged dealings in the narcotics trade.

LEAVE OUT MY WIFE – SAY STAN DOGBE

Embattled Presidential Staffer Stan Xoese Dogbe Suspects there are some people in the NDC administration who are craving for his downfall by linking his wife to the error-laden Independence Day brochure.

BOB OKALA IS DEAD

Ace Comedian Bishop Bob Okala was on Sunday morning confirmed dead by authorities of the Koforidua Government Hospital.

B&FT

BANKS TOO EXPOSED TO BDCs

The Managing Director of CAL Bak, Frank Adu Jnr has said that banks will continue to face difficult times for at least the next couple of years as a result of their exposure to the Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (BDCs).

JOB SCARE HOLKS BACK RETURNEES

Hundreds of thousands of Ghanaians that have fled the country for pastures new are now desperate to return home but are scared of poor economic and job prospects, a report commissioned by the Frederick Ebert-Stiftung Foundation and the Trade Union Congress of Ghana has revealed.

Today

NDUOM SPEAKS FROM US ON FINANCIAL INCLUSION ACTIVISM

Celebrated Ghanaian Entrepreneur, Dr Papa Kwasi Nduom, is billed to speak tomorrow Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from New York in the United States at an event dubbed Economic Advancement Programme.

PUPILS SIT ON WALLS DURING CLASS HOURS AT NWOWASU PRIMARY

The lack of school furniture has compelled scores of pupils at Nwowasu Presby Primary and Junior High School in the Sunyani municipality  to resort to sitting on top of classroom ralls to partake in class work.

Finder

TULLOW SUSPENDS CRUDE OIL LIFTING; PRODUCTION DROPS TO 40,000 BARRELS PER DAY

The deterioration in the condition of the turret bearing on the Floating Storage and Offlaoding vessel (FPSO) Kwame Nkrumah has forced Tullow Oil to defer two liftings totaling over 1.6 million barrels of crude oil.

GHANA BAR ASSOCIATION SHREDS ‘SPY’BILL

The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) has called for complete deletion of clause 4(3) and (4) from the Interception of Postal Packets & Telecommunications Bill, which empowers the National Security Coordinator to orally authorize interceptions for 48 hours without any court order or warrant.

I’M SHOCKED MY IN-LAW IS A FUGITIVE – DR WAMPAH

Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Henry Kofi Wampah has stated that until the arrest of Mr David McDermott, the husband of his stepdaughter, Ramona Wampah, he had no knowledge that Mr McDermott was a fugitive of the British government.

 

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