General News Thu, 30 Nov 2017

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Today at the newsstand

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

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

Daily Guide

*3 Ghanaians sold as slaves in Libya

*Nana Akufo-Addo is my rightful successor - says Kufuor

*NPP amends constitution

*GRA Headquarters hits revenue target

Daily Graphic

*Libya 'slave trade' scandalous - Nana AkufoAddo

*Foreign Direct Investments rake in $4.4 billion in nine months

Business Finder

*Economists laud BoG over 550 basis point cut in policy rate..task commercial banks to reduce lending rates significantly

*Bad loans drop to 10.5% in October

The New Independent

*Fallout from the on-going 'Unity Walks'... NDC in disarray

*Aspirants angry over John Mahama's agenda...Kofi Adams , Portuphy in fierce battle

The chronicle

*Zongo funds not for conflict resolution - Chief tells Zongo leaders

*NPP sets new ground rules

*$2Bn boost for 1 District 1 Factory

*Anyidoho must unravel how Mills died.. that's more important

The Daily Statesman

*NPP 'fortified' with radical measures

*GRA Headquaters chases tax defaulters..Accra Mall coughs out over GH¢2M

*Land registration to go digital in 2018 - Bawumia

The New Crusading Guide

*Prez condemns slave trade

*GRA Headqauters grabs Accra Mall over GH¢2M debt

*27% of Ghanaians think presidential staffers are corrupt - Report.

*Gender Minister to move 300,000 off the streets

The Daily Dispatch

*Modern day slavery in Libya ; 168 Ghanaians detained, 3 sold as slaves

*NPP extra delegates conference for Kumasi on Dec.17 2017

Graphic Showbiz

*I'm taking over Gh music - Fancy Gadam

*Bandex blasts fake KABA mourners

*Social media is powerful - Moesha

Daily Heritage

*Trade Fair goes down next year - Redevelopment is estimated at $1bn

*Accra Mall coughs GH¢2.3m GRA Headquaters debt

*Bloody clash at Kaneshie due to police negligence

Graphic Business

*Banks ease borrowing pressure on BoG

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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