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Today’s front pages: Tuesday, March 24, 2020

The Daily Statesman

  • Don’t join us in the House – Speaker orders self-quarantine of MPs on return from abroad
  • Mahama stuck in the mud as competing interest assail date for naming Bawumia ‘beater’
  • Ursula Owusu advises Ghanaians against panic buying

The Vanguard

  • Scramble for Ghana’s Ports: Minister bloodied in $92m murky deal
  • Ghana to lose $743m to coronavirus
  • Blows in Parliament over coronavirus
  • Re: Bui Power Authority responds to coronavirus scare

The Finder

  • COVID-19: Go for lockdown if it is necessary to protect Ghanaians – TUC urges president
  • Massive disinfection or markets carried out in Greater Accra
  • McDan Foundation donates hand sanitizers to state institutions
  • Banks in Ghana commit GHS10m to COVID-19 fight
  • 15 labs with 200,000 samples testing capacity in the offing – Gov’t

Ghanaian Times

  • Accra at standstill as Greater MMDAs undertake massive disinfection of city’s major markets
  • Imani petitions presidency over Ghana Link contract in Sierra Leone
  • Pastor in court for defying public restrictions order
  • Coronavirus: TUC calls for complete lockdown of country

Daily Guide

  • Gov’t shuts down beaches; mass market spraying takes off
  • ‘Stubborn’ pastor granted bail
  • No COVID-19 patient in danger
  • NDC MPs walk out over quorum

Daily Dispatch

  • Chamber of freight forwarders accept Akufo-Addo’s UNIPASS system
  • COVID-19: Workers praise prez but want more action
  • 4 ministers in a West African country down with coronavirus
  • Effutu NDC candidate, Annan granted bail

The Insight

  • Ghana’s woes: Corona and the folly of ‘National Cathedral’
  • Zoomlion, MLGRD disinfect markets over coronavirus
  • Otumfuo worried over coronavirus

Day Break

  • Nana must save Ghana ports now as alarm blows over Ghana Link single window disaster in Sierra Leone
  • Zoomlion disinfects Accra
  • NDC’s airstrikes without ground and loyal forces
  • Coronavirus: Ghana Tourism Authority closes down beaches

The Chronicle

  • Speaker Oquaye still crying for a new chamber after Ghanaians reject $200m proposal last year
  • Food vendors leave bachelors hungry in Accra during fumigation
  • Stubborn pastor first to taste wrath of Restriction Law
  • Ghanaians flee ‘trotro’ over Chinese passengers
  • Nana B advises the youth: stop circulating false news about COVID-19

Daily Graphic

  • Halting COVID-19 spread: Noguchi urges lockdown, mass testing
  • Markets disinfected across Greater Accra

B&FT

  • BoG to the rescue of private sector
  • More trouble for Ghana Link/UNIPASS as IMANI petitions President
  • COVID-19: Hotels seek GHS324m monthly bailout
  • Low crude prices to creat 53% vacuum in oil revenues

Graphic Business

  • COVID-19 effect: GUTA sends SOS to banks; appeals for loan payment moratorium
  • Bankers Association adopts measures to minimise COVID-19 impact

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