Today at the News stands

Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers include:

Ghanaian Times

-Government offers 100,000 jobs -Ghana marks May Day -Minority raps govt over political appointees

The Finder

-Bold step to tackle joblessness -BoG assures public of strong banking sector -Hatred of journalism threatens democracy


  • Consumers lament cost of Burkinabe tomatoes – The Free Trade Agreement in Ghana: positioned well to benefit? – Give priority to local firms in new oil deals

Daily Heritage

-Muslims in NPP angry -Movie House not welcomed in Suhyen- Suhyenhemaa -Single Spine to be reviewed – says Akufo-Addo

Daily Graphic

  • President launches builder’s corps – It’ll engage 100,000 graduates – IMF approves $191 million for Ghana under ECF programme – Your pensions are safe – President assures workers

The Chronicle

  • Soldier shoots soldier for extorting money from illegal miners – Ghana falls to 107 in order of world military – President launches Nation Builders Corps in Kumasi – Government has created nearly 2 million jobs

Crusading Guide

  • Prize for speaking truth to homosexuality: Assailants attack council of state member – Government will establish world-class labourforce – Public sector remuneration concerns to be advised

Ghanaian Observer

  • Government creating atmosphere for entrepreneurs to create jobs – President – Single Spine to undergo review – Akufo-Addo – Akufo-Addo launches Nation Builders Corps – NPP to elect National executives from June 15 to 17

Daily Statesman

  • Single spine under review – Government tackles IMF ban on public sector jobs – Mahama is a conman – Amewu

Economy Times

  • IMF ready to disburse US$236 million to shore up Ghana’s foreign reserves – BoG to repeal Borrowers and Lenders Law – Remittances to Ghana hit US$2.2 billion

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