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What the Papers Say- Monday Edition

DAILY GRAPHIC

2020 RETIREES WORSE OFF; THEY EARN LESS UNDER PENSION REFORMS

Workers retiring this year have turned out to be victims of pension reforms that promised better retirement income according to a DAILY Graphic investigation

The workers under tier one and two received an average of three times lower than their counterparts’

2020 ELECTIONS; APIRANTS START FILING TODAY

The electoral commission will from today 5TH October, begin receiving nomination forms of presidential and parliamentary aspirants for the December 7 polls.

Forms for Presidential Aspirants shall be submitted to the Chairperson of the EC whereas the Parliamentary aspirants are to submit their forms to the returning officer of the district office of commission in the constituency which the candidate seeks election.

POLICE PICK OSUDOKU SUB-CHIEF WITH LINKS TO SECCESSIONISTS

A Sub Chief of the Osudoku Traditional area in the Shai-Osudoku district in the Greater Accra Region has been picked up by the Bureau of National Investigations [BNI] for his alleged involvement with the secessionist group in parts of Volta Region.

The Head of the Dorsi Clan/Division Nene Tawiah Agblom the second, was reportedly picked up from his home during the weekend

THE CHRONICLE

ASSESS ME BASED ON MY RECORDS –SAYS PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO

In his quest for four more years to lead Ghana, H.E President Akufo Addo wants citizens of Ghana to assess his first term in office with his Records.

ECONOMY RECOVERING FROM COVID-19 SHOCKS-BoG

The outbreak of the novel Corona Virus [Covid-19] has shattered many economies across the globe, but the Bank of Ghana [BoG] says the country’s economy is steadily recovering from the novel pandemic shocks.

MAHAMA PROMISES GOOD PRODUCER PRICE FOR CASHEW FARMERS

The Flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress [NDC], says his administration will institute a Cashew Board to make cashew farming more attractive when voted into power.

THE GHANAIAN TIMES

GOV’T WON’T SUSPEND COVID-19 TESTING AT THE AIRPORT-OPPONG NKRUMAH

Government has urged stakeholders to cooperate and support testing of coronavirus [COVID-19] at the airport which is a private partnership between the Airport Company and Health Frontier.

The Minister of Information in an interview said the antigen test currently underway at the airport for passengers arriving into the country were helping to save lives against the spread of the Virus.

2 ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH MURDER OF A MAN IN A HOTEL ROOM

Two person have been arrested by the police in connection with the murder of a man at a hotel near Kaneshie –Takoradi station, in Accra, on Saturday

The deceased identified as Nana Ndoli Panin the second, said to be in his 40s, was found in a pool of blood as his neck was slashed with a sharp object.

The suspects are in police custody assisting the police service in investigation.

By Yaw Ampofo Jr

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