​Today’s front pages: Thursday August 18, 2016

📰 DAILY GRAPHIC:

2 COPS ATTACK BULLION VAN; DRIVER KILLED

The two policemen and a civilian who were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly killing a GCB Bank bullion vehicle driver and injuring the policemen escorting the vehicle to Donkorkrom, have escaped from police hands.

DON’T GIVE NDC ANOTHER CHANCE – NPP

The NPP has described the tenure of the NDC as eight years of backpedalling, backsliding, wasted opportunities and squandered resources.

WE’VE DONE A LOT TO DESERVE ANOTHER TERM – MAHAMA

President John Mahama, who is on a re-election campaign tour of the Western Region has contended that there is no question about government’s impressive delivery.

📰 DAILY GUIDE:

MAHAMA BUYING VOTES – NPP

The main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Wednesday took on President John Mahama and his governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) to the cleaners, exposing some of the subtle lies they have been telling Ghanaians ahead of the 2016 general elections.

TEACHER RAPES SHS STUDENT

A teacher who ahs allegedly raped one of his students at the Sunyani Senior High School in the Brong Ahafo region has reportedly deserted the school, as the police make frantic efforts to get him to face he law.

📰 TODAY:

MAHAMA IS BUYING VOTES – GII

Anti-corruption group, Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), has asserted that the distribution of outboard motors to fishermen by President John Mahama in the Western Region was worse than vote buying.
PPP MONTIE 3 COUNTER PETITION BOOK STOLEN

The Progressive People’s Party’s counter petition book, which was placed at the party’s headquarters, to take signatures to compel President Mahama against freeing the Montie 3 contemnors, has been stolen by unknown thugs.

📰 B&FT:

LET’S OWN THIS ECONOMY – GEF 2016 

The fifth edition of the Ghana Economic Forum (GEF) yesterday opened in Accra with a call on government to do more to engineer policies that will foster sustainable growth of the economy led by indigenous businesses.

EX AGI BOSS MAKES CASE FOR REGULATING ‘GALAMSEY’

One of Ghana’s finest industrialists, Tony Oteng Gyasi, has strongly advocated the need to revise rules and regulations governing mining in the country to enable independent local artisanal gold miners to contribute to the growth of the economy.
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