Newspaper Front Page For Friday November 8, 2019 (PHOTOS)

Newspapers Headlines of Tuesday, November 19, 2019.
Newspapers Headlines of Tuesday, November 19, 2019.

Ghanaian Times

GHC 30m boost for 3,000 businesses, as gov’t supports them to scale up production

Old Vandals cut sod for the construction of Commonwealth Hall annex

Kwasi Nyantakyi trail to begin in fortnight

Gov’t to review regulations establishing state owned enterprises


Daily guide

Coup plots chats pop up

UN adopts ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ Agenda

NDC blows hospital cash on research


Goldstreet Business

Beneficiaries gear-up for opportunities in $600m cocoa stimulus package

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Gov’t reopens two-year treasury bond

Four MDAs receive 33.7 ABFA in eight years


The Finder

GHC30m capital for 3,000 startups

Old Vandals cut sod for 4,460 bed-hall project

TUC to set up banks

Ghanaian company breaks through in fight against fall armyworm


Business and Financial Times

Gov’r partners Norvatis to advance sickle cell care

GITAC President to receive international award on health advocacy

Establish deposit recovery insurance to complement BoG’s DIPC – Expert

NPA launches a manual to control oil losses

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The Chronicle

Lawyer for family of slain Adomfe native bawls: Police can’t probe Police

Ahmed Suale’s murder delays prosecution of Kwasi Nyantakyi

Lawyer challenges GRA Act 915 in Court

Vandals construct 4,660 bed capacity hostel for Legon


The New Weekend Crusading Guide

UN adopts Akufo-Addo’s ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda

EOCO report nails Afful-Broni

Nyatakyi’s prosecution due likely in two weeks – AG


The Daily Statesman

Prosecution of Suale murder case to begin; AG says a review of the docket has been completed

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COCOBOD to spend US$340m on local processing

Nigerian politician hails ‘damn competent’ Akufo-Addo appointees

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