General News Thu, 3 Aug 2017

Today at the newsstand

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

Ghana aims at customs clearance in 4 hours – Veep

Marwako supervisor jailed nine months

President swears in 5 envoys

A-G goes wild, chases looters of public funds

Ibrahim Mahama hot over road, bauxite contracts

Auditor General indicts 11 over looted cash

Akua Donkor grabs 2 NADMO cars

Properties of the dead won’t be spared

Auditor-General chases 11 public officials

Port automation begins Sept 1 – Veep

Mixed reactions greet towing levy

NPP ‘Takashi’ fouling parliament

MP health Minister tussle over delayed Hospital project

No electricity for rural communities, MP cries foul

Ben Kpodo raps Gov’t

SSNIT D-G, Deputies not contributors, can they be trusted

Renewed NPP, NDC clash at Sankore claims one life

You won’t be posted even if you slash my throat – Health Minister to Nurses

GITMO 2: Where is the Catholic Bishops Conference – Stan Dogbe asks

Marwako ‘Pepper Man’ jailed

Towing levy faces stiff opposition

No more customs barriers – Veep Declares

No JHS for Afram plains, pupils terminate education at primary 6 in dilapidated structures

AfDB lauds Nana’s economic renaissance

NRSC woos public support for towing levy

Gov’t ready with GHC 25 million stimulus package – Finance Minister

Bawumia outlines measures to make port operations efficient

What was so special about his phone – John Jinapor

Invincible forces demand jobs but NPP warns them police will arrest them

Sylvester Mensah on reforms in the NDC

Auditor-General praised for good work done

Kotei-New Deduako in turmoil
Source: www.ghanaweb.com