This article brings you a summary of some of the top newspaper headlines in Ghana for Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Follow YEN.com.gh for details of the stories throughout the day.
NO END TO DUMSOR VRA'S CONTINGENCY ANALYSIS REVEALS
The Finder leads with news that electricity supply bottlenecks are expected to persist throughout 2016 despite government's steps to resolve the power crisis.
GHC400BN LOOT: OCCUPYGHANA DRAGS AUDITOR-GENERAL TO COURT
It reports that OccupyGhana has filed a suit at the Supreme Court seeking a declaration that the Auditor-General's omission, failure, refusal or neglect to issue any Disallowances and Surcharges to recover huge sums of money for the state violates the Constitution.
EC GETTING FUNDAMENTALS WRONG - GBA
The newspaper reports that the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to execute its constitutional mandate with integrity for a transparent, credible and more acceptable polls on November 7.
GHANA LOSES $400M TO POST-HARVEST LOSSES
The paper, in its fourth big story, reports that Ghana loses $400 million annually through post-harvest losses. Ironically, Ghana's food import bill hit $1.5 billion in 2015.
MAHAMA 200 DAY SCHOOLS IN LIMBO
The Daily Guide reports in its lead story that the Mahama-led National Democratic Congress (NDC) government's promise to complete 200 day senior high schools cannot be fulfilled before the general election in November.
MINISTER GRILLED OVER GYEEDA CASH
It has it that the deputy minister of finance, Cassiel Ato Forson, was yesterday grilled by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament over the bloated budget of the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA) from Ghc20 million to Ghc199.3 million in 2012, which the ministry endorsed and provided funds for.
ECOBANK MANAGER KILLERS NABBED
The newspaper reports that the Kasoa Divisional Police Command in the Central Region has finally apprehended two suspected armed robbers who allegedly shot and killed the operations manager of Ecobank, Seth Akyea.
MILITARY PROBE ARMY CHIEF
It says a vehicle donation made to the Army for operational purposes has landed the chief of staff at the general headquarters of the Ghana Armed Forces, Brigadier General Sampson Adeti, in trouble.
GYEEDA OVERSHOT BUDGET IN 2012 BUT DEPUTY MINISTER SAYS WAS DONE TO AVOID JUDGMENT DEBT
The Daily Graphic leads with news that the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament yesterday criticised the Ministry of Finance for releasing GHc199 million to the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Development Agency (GYEEDA) in 2012.
BLACKOUT NOT RETURN TO DUMSOR - JINAPOR
It quotes the deputy minister of power, Mr John Jinapor, as saying that the recent power outages are not a sign for load shedding, otherwise known as 'dumsor'.
MASTERMINDS OF ECOBANK MANAGER'S MURDER ARRESTED
The newspaper reports that two persons suspected to be the masterminds of the murder of the operations manager of the Cantonments branch of Ecobank Ghana, Seth Kweku Akyea, during a robbery attack at his residence at Kasoa in 2015 have been arrested.
AFRICAN SUMMIT TO HONOUR KUFUOR, OTHERS
It has it that former President John Agyekum Kufuor and other eminent personalities will be honoured at the African Summit for their contribution to the continent's development.