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Today’s front pages: Thursday April 23, 2020

Business & Financial Times

Gov’t allays fears over efficiency of UNIPASS…says new system has proven track record

Oil drives GDP growth to 6.5% in 2019

ECOWAS leaders hold virtual extraordinary summit to combat Covid-19 in the region today

World Bank predicts sharpest decline of remittances in recent history

Covid-19 fight not strait-jacket – Prof Boateng

Day Break

Total confusion over UNIPASS…Freight forwarders call for immediate suspension

Coronavirus: Kasoa records two cases; mass testing to begin

We’re grateful for lifting the lockdown – Chief Imam, uslim leaders to Akufo- Addo

Commissioner of GRA with fake certificates- No Master’s Degree

Daily Guide

120 recover from Covid-19, cases hit 1,154, Christians, Muslims support Nana

Fetish priest kills twin brother

COA-FS, FDA ‘fight’ rages

US Military deal ruling adjourned

Daily Graphic

Economy grows, expands from GHC 300bn in 2018 to GHC 349bn in 2019

Ghana on course to hit 100,000 Covid-19 tests soon

Covid-19 prevention directives enhanced- Oppong Nkrumah

Companies ready to deliver PPEs mid-May – Managers

The New Crusading Guide

Chief Imam lauds govt for lifting lockdown

Govt allays fears over efficiency of UNIPASS… says new system has proven track record

GHS reported test results not duplicates – Noguchi

Covid-19: Ghana will not record 3 million cases – Dr. Nsiah-Asare to WHO

Daily Post

Coronavirus data brouhaha: Prof. Ampofo insults Prof. Akosah

‘Talk big, do nothing’ Akufo-Addo failing tertiary students – Edem Agbana

Covid-19: 8,000 frontline police officers ordered to self quarantine

Ghanaian Times

Lifting of partial lockdown: Decision based on science – President

Covid-19 National Trust Fund bags GHC 34m

Dr. Nsiah-Asare dismisses fears about15,000 projected Covid-19 deaths

Confirmed Covid-19 cases hit 1,154, 120 recover


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