Newspaper Headlines For Today, Tuesday May 19, 2020

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Newspaper headlines for today,

Daily Guide

  • Pressure On Mahama To Check Aides
  • TOR Worker Kills Security Guard
  • Health Minister Fights NDC Over About Abandoned Hospital Projects
  • NDC Fights NPP Over Killing Plot
  • UTAG Makes Input Into Varsity Bill

The Daily Statesman

  • Stop Crying Wolf After Boycotting IPAC, JB Tells NDC
  • Gov’t Spends GHC40 Million On Local Tertiary Scholarship
  • Mahama Running Mate List Gets Longer With Terpke Now In The Lead

The New Crusading Guide

  • Akufo-addo Not Paying Kuffour’s Mps And Ministers
  • Ex-afc Founders’ Re-union 25 Years After Kume Pereko
  • Gov’t Spends GHS32m On Local Tertiary Scholarship
  • ICUMS Undergoes Successful Stimulation At Tema Port

The Inquisitor

  • Supreme Court Annuls VEW’s Election Of New pro-vice-channcellor
  • Sports Ministry Snubs Coach Appiah Over Salary Arrears
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The Chronicle

  • Akufo-Addo Is Doing Well – Kofi Coomson
  • NDC Shot Themselves In The Foot Over Use Of Ghana Card
  • 3 National Security Operatives Arrested Over Chieftaincy Clash
  • TOR Mechanic Kills Man Over Disputed Land

The Daily Dispatch

  • Mobility In Gt. Accra Declined 60% During Lockdown…Ghana Statistical Service (GSS)
  • 94000 Private Schools Teachers Lost Jobs Due To COVID-19

The Finder

  • COVID-19 Crushes Road Crashes
  • Sucryza Distributors Limited Donates GHC100,000 To COVID-19 Trust Fund
  • EC Discussed Amendments At IPAC Meeting Boycotted By NDC – John Boadu

Day Break

  • Dan Gyimah, Justina Donkor Arrested
  • Coronavirus Infectious Disease Facility To Be Completed By June
  • ‘No TIN Numbers, No Stimulus’ – NBSSI

Ghanaian Times

  • President Launches Ghc600m COVID-19 Alleviation Programme Today
  • 1,089 foreigners Arrested, Repatriated Over Illegal Entry Into Ghana
  • Car Dealer Granted Ghc85,000 Bill Over Fraud
  • Ghost Names ‘Busted’ On 21 MDAs’ Payroll…As State loses Ghc467.6m – Auditor-General Reveals
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Daily Graphic

  • 29,000 Students Receive Ghc40m Gov’t Scholarship
  • Access To Water Still Challenge To Many
  • 3-year Old Abused Boy Discharged From Hospital

ABC News

  • Fighting COVID-19: Foreign Media Hail Ghana’s Response
  • Government Not Cooking Recovery Figures – GHS Replies Joyce Bawah, Other Critics
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