National

Today’s frontpages: Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Daily Guide:
– Pressure on NDC to launch manifesto
– Free meals for JHS
– Police study killer fetish priest’s calls, chats
– Nana targets 1st Round, NPP Majority

Daily Graphic:
– Agyapa Royalties goes public
– TUC petitions President over SSNIT lump sum payment
– APC acclaims Hassan Ayariga flag bearer
– Chief of Staff advises students on studies

The Finder:
– Agyapa Royalties Beneficial
– Goil records GHS 105.5m profit after tax in 2019
– We take our manifesto promises seriously
– TUC wants government to revise low lump-sum benefits of pensioners

The Daily Statesman:
– Akufo-Addo’s policies are life-changing
– Mahama dodges Volta journalists over Ahwoi’s book
– NPP 2020 manifesto: Foreign trained doctors get hope

Business & Financial Times:
– As more companies go solar, Energy Ministry worries about ECG’s viability
– Dr. Edith Dankwa, B&FT CEO, to inspire the youth on YFM’s YLeaderboard
– Finally, an initiative to create an opportunity for wealth creation

The New Crusading Guide:
– JHS Gets free food
– Former UCC Vice Chancellor Fingered
– I will cancel Agyapa Royalties Deal if I’m elected president – Mahama brags
– Installation of chief sparks tension in Sefwi Hwenampori
– Ellembelle Benefits from Community Mining

Ghanaian Times
– Labour unrest looms
– NDC challenges NPP to debate over achievements in government
– Government rolls out “one hot meal a day” programme

The Chronicle:
– Cheaper power for industries
– 26 of NPP projects do not exist-NDC
– Our 2020 Manifesto Feasible
– Spare parts dealers kick against ban on importation of salvaged cars