Newspaper Headlines of Tuesday, 10 September 2019 (PHOTOS)


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

Daily Graphic

** I don’t convict appointees: Allegations are referred to designated bodies – Prez

** NAGRAT to meet NLC over strike: Members in 5 regions lay down tools

** Exhibition of voters register begins today

Daily Guide

** I’m not a clearing agent – Nana

** NDC youth Lock offices in Kumasi

** Top bank owners to face jail

Ghanaians Times

** I’m committed to corruption fight – President assures nation

** Work on 5km Anomabo sea defence wall begins

** Government policies programmes more impactful – Information Minister

The Finder

** Clearing agent tag baseless: All corruption allegations probed or being probed – President

** Free SHS: 351,022 placed; 38,355 disqualified

** Ghana up 6 places in latest anti-money laundering, terrorist financing rankings

The Daily Statesman

** 21 Mahama officials on trial: Face charges of GH¢772 million “chop-chop”

** Joe Ghartey launches dialogue on railways

** Kumasi Zongo youth pledge to support police against crime

Business & Finance Times

** Business lose appetite for loans despite sector clean-up

** MoFAD, GEPA to provide ‘ready market’ for harvested tilapia

Graphic Business

** No new taxes in 2020: Government will review tax reliefs – Kwaku Kwarteng

** Banks struggle to find ‘fit and proper’ persons


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