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General News Wed, 5 Sep 2018

Today at the newsstands

FrontPage headlines all captured in the 'papers'

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

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Daily Graphic

* 490,514 go to SHS; they commence double track system on September 11

* Agric Ministry secures $216 million loan for Planting for Food and Jobs

The Independent

* Government had $20 billion plan to avert 'needless' bank collapse - Seth Terkper

* IMF yet to decide on Ghana's $2 billion Sinohydro deal

Daily Heritage

* $50 billion 100yr bond saga: Ghana to cough $350 bilion to service loan, says Minority

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* Bring NDC back to power - Pokuah Sawyerr to new C/R executives

* Ghana aiming to replicate China's success story - Nana Akufo-Addo

The Informer

* UEW VC fate in limbo as Minister questions his eligibility and faults governing council

The Herald

* National Service bosses blow GhC12 million on luxurious cars & others; hungry workers cry over neglect

Daily Statesman

* Over 400,000 get placement for free SHS

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* Vote out Asiedu Nketia - Allotey Jacobs urges NDC

Daily Guide

* We'll copy China success story - @NAkufoAddo

* Asiedu Nketia must go - Allotey Jacobs

* Bagre Dam floods homes

* NDC outdoors Dragons, Lions & Hawks militias for 2020 polls

Ghanaian Times

* Free SHSs placement out as double track system takes off; Green track starts on September 10, 2018, Gold track begins on November 8, 2018

* Government to enact law against fiscal indiscipline - Senior Minister

The Finder

* Ghana to copy China to create progress and prosperity for the masses - President

* 2 charged for stealing GhC200,000 from Consolidated Bank

Today

* World Bank angry at Ghana

* Over 60,000 students' fate in limbo as they can't be placed under CSSPS

* MCE calls for support as he seeks God's favour

Ghanaian Observer

* IMF slaps NDC over US$2 billion Sinohydro deal

Goldstreet Business

* UAE seeks new investments prospecs in Ghana

* Six pillar strategy to drive public sector reforms - Snr Minister

Source: www.ghanaweb.com