Get The Latest: What The Newspapers Are Reporting Today

Get The Latest: What The Newspapers Are Reporting Today

  • Many of the newspapers today are carrying the story about the President's address at the Dubai Expo 2020
  • Details of the involvement of some police personnel in recent bullion van attacks also featured considerably
  • Yesterday's ruling on the Assin North MP's case by the Supreme Court also made the headlines

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This morning the President’s address at the Dubai Expo 2020 and the involvement of the police personnel in bullion van attacks dominate the headlines of the print media.

A few other headlines also focused on the Supreme Court ruling on substituted service ordered for the Assin North MP, James Gyakye Quayson.

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Get the latest on what the newspapers are reporting today. Source: UGC
Source: UGC

Here are the major headlines of selected newspapers in Ghana for March 9, 2022

Daily Graphic

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Nana Akufo-Addo’s makes a strong case for investing in Ghana at 2020 Dubai Expo

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- Assin North MP duly served – Supreme Court

The Statesman

- Ghana attractive for business…President woos Dubai investors

- Assin North MP ordered to file defence

Daily Guide

- Bullion Van Cop robbers exposed

- Akufo-Addo markets Ghana in Dubai

The Chronicle

- Akufo-Addo flies Emirates to Dubai…NDC ‘Chatterbox’ is now happy

- Injunction on NPP Twifo-Hemang elections

The Daily Dispatch

- No NPP candidate can unseat Asiamah at Fomena - Analyst

- Christianity does not encourage laziness - Agyinasare

Daily Dispatch
Daily Dispatch headline. Source: Twitter/@UTVGhana
Source: Twitter

President Nana Akufo-Addo’s Full Speech On ‘Ghana Day’ At 2020 Dubai Expo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has been wooing investors at the 2020 Dubai Expo, where the government hopes to make a good case for investments in the Ghanaian economy.

The President told investors that Ghana presents the safest place in Africa for investments.

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Akufo-Addo travels on a commercial plane for the first time to Dubai

He also said efforts to formalise the economy has been progressive, citing the digital address system and the National ID as evidence.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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