National

Today’s frontpages: Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Daily Graphic

  • Go purge yourself – Supreme Court orders Ayine
  • Covid-19 vaccines safe, effective – FDA assures public
  • Kwabenya Traditional Council threatens to burn down LGBTQI meeting place
  • 300,000 Small businesses receive government stimulus

Daily Guide

  • Mahama bounced 9:0 – Judgement set for March 4
  • LGBT office shutdown – Religious bodies speak
  • Dominic Ayine docked for contempt
  • Police track SHS graduates over bullion van robbery, 5 nabbed

The Daily Statesman

  • March 4 is judgement day – Supreme Court dismisses another review application from Mahama
  • Finance and Economic planning Minister-designate to be vetted on March 8
  • Ghana will tackle emerging health challenge – Foreign Minister-designate assures

The Finder

  • March 4 is the D-Day – Supreme Court to deliver final judgement on the 2020 election petition
  • “Government must summon diplomats supporting LGBTQI in Ghana” – Rev. Prof. Dr. Paul Frimpong
  • ACI Palmdeti ends deuty as NIA’s Head of Corporate Affairs
  • Judges are insulted by people who know nothing about the law – Justice Apau
  • Covid-19 vaccines: Safety, side effects and coincidence
  • Dr Ayine apologises to Supreme Court
  • Free SHS enrolment in Ashanti Region

The Meridian

  • NDP disassociates itself from NDC’s pending demo – Party issues disclaimer
  • NLA shuts off Alpha Lotto short code
  • Residents of South La Estates Appeal to IGP for help
  • Election 2024: Bawumia moves to break eight-year-election cycle

Business and Financial Times

  • Benin’s disregard for ECOWAS protocols hurts local firms
  • MPs fear baby-selling syndicate could derail maternal mortality fight
  • An African boss at WTO won’t solve AfCFTA challenges

Economy Times

  • Crowd-funding now legal in Ghana
  • Job availability drop by 27.5 per cent
  • Aker Energy Contract: Expert calls on government to renegotiate for better deal