Today at the newsstands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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

Ghanaian Times:

*GIS inaugurates clinic for staff, retired officers

*ECOWAS ,EU , others meet in Accra over strategic plan for GIS

*Ghana safe for investment - Pres tells African CEO

*West, Central Africa Transport Ministers Director-Generals of Maritime organisations meet in Accra

The Chronicle:

*NDC ministers invade court as trial of Stephen Opuni begins; police respond with tight security

*Tramadol breeding armed robbers - FDA

* GJA honours NIB MD

*I'll love to play with Paul Pogba everyday - Antoine Griezmann

*Gianluigi buffon gears up for farewell game at Wembley

* David de Gea, Pepe Reina , Stegen criticise World Cup ball

The New Crusading Guide:

*NDC gurus besiege court ! Opuni granted GH¢300,000 bail; passports seized

*NPP Chairmanship race, Alhaji Short hits road

*Your investments are secured in Ghana - Akufo-Addo to private sector.

The Veteran:

*Ghana inviting terror attacks' - Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah

*Seth Terkper cautions Government over borrowing spree

*NDC to hit street over US military deal

* Michael Essien highlights challenges playing in the Indonesia.

Daily Guide:

*AG eyes 25 years for Opuni over GhC217M fraud

*NDC military deal with US for parliament

*Ghana, Cote D'Ivoire sign cocoa agreement

ABC News:

*Bombshell: US Military used Ghana base to fight Boko Haram - Asiedu Nketia Reveals

*Bawumia's incompetent tag cost me 2016 polls - Mahama admits

*Opuni granted GH¢300,000 bail


*Policy rate reaches 3-year low:Will the banks respond this time?

*BoG caps age and tenure of banking sector capos but analyst punches holes

*GNPC seeks investors for Prestea Sankofa Gold Limited

*Pensions regulator talks tough on non-complying employers

Daily Statesman:

*Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire move to control cocoa trade

*Opuni, Agongo get GHC600,000 bail, plead not guilty

*Central Regional Minister urges restraint as government fixes economy

Daily Dispatch:

*Foreign Media's reports on Accra and its thrash problem:One of Africa’s promising cities has a trash problem

*Mustapha Hamid on the ‘birth’ of the RTI after 22 years

*Fall Army works are here to stay - Agric Ministry


*NDC gurus storm court as Opuni pleads not guilty

*Cholera scare hits Accra markets

Source: www.ghanaweb.com