Today’s Newspaper Frontpages: Friday, May 29, 2020

Newspaper Headlines
Newspaper Headlines

Daily Graphic

  • Daily Graphic determines mood, psyche of nation – Alhassan andani
  • BoG releases GHS5.5b, will cushion economy against Covid-19
  • Compilation of voter roll: We’ll use legitimate means to stop EC – NDC
  • Vice-President launches scholarship for doctors
  • Covid-19 mum, baby test negative

Daily Guide

  • Obinim fights GHS1.6m tax as Ken drags him to EOCO
  • Court strikes out Sam George suits
  • Bono East confirms Covid-19 case
  • Instant cards for voters

The Daily Statesman

  • 900 doctors for free post-graduate training as NPP fulfils another critical campaign promise
  • Court throws out Sam George’s suit against EC with GHS6,000 cost
  • Pentecost University, All Nations gain autonomy

The Finder

  • Voters’ register compromised – Names of persons who registered with National Health Insurance Cards still in it – Abu Ramadan
  • 918 receive government scholarship for post-graduate medical training
  • Ghana’s daily infection rate slightly decreasing – Dr Badu Sarkodie
  • ADRA supports hospitals combating Covid-19 with items worth GHS150,000

Ghanaian Times

  • We’ll build more SHSs across the nation – President
  • Teachers won’t go back to the classroom unless… – GNAT
  • Ghana’s ports reform… The role of West Blue
  • Government to roll out economic rescue program – Finance Minister

The Daily Dispatch

  • Countdown to easing of Covid-19 restrictions: Only final year students likely to resume; Churches on hold till after elections?
  • Ben Ephson insists Nyaho Tamakloe resigned from Alliance for Change
  • EC’s report on IPAC meeting

The Ghanaian Observer

  • Akufo-Addo committed to equitable distribution of health facilities – Veep
  • Prez Akufo-Addo presents charters to two universities
  • December 7 elections will happen – John Boadu
  • Abu Ramadan backs EC over new voter’s register, says current register not legally credible
  • Asaase Radio to take over the airspace

Goldstreet Business

  • Government juggles debt issuance, maturities… moves today to raise financing for debt maturing at start of next week
  • Roadmap for easing Covid-19 restrictions expected soon
  • Covid-19: NBSSI cautions businesses against using middlemen to access stimulus package.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com
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