Newspaper Headlines of Friday, 25 January 2019 (PHOTOS)

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

Daily Graphic:

* Korle Bu given ultimatum to register with HeFRA by March

* India marks 70th Republic Day Anniversary

* Ayariga threatens showdown with Special Prosecutor

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* Akufo-Addo in Tamale for Yaa-Naa’s coronation

Ghanaian Times:

* Dagbon set to outdoor Yaa-Naa; Akufo-Addo in Yendi for historic coronation

* Check your HIV status – Rebecca Akufo-Addo advises expectant mothers

* Death toll in mine explosion hits 16

* I’ll challenge court order – Mahama Ayariga

Chronicle:

* New Yaa-Naa occupies Gbewaa Palace; @NAkufoAddo already in Yendi

* Another T’di girl kidnapped

* Ghana among 10 best-governed countries in Africa

* Minerals C’ssion to probe deaths of miners

* Govt wages war on illegal logging

The Independent:

* Sacrificing Atewa Forest in China bauxite deal not acceptable – Prof Oteng-Yeboah

* Ghana not in a state of insecurity Deputy Defence Minister

B&FT:

* Ban on small-scale mining boosts water quality

* Vodafone must go public – GSE

* Merged banks gave over GH¢5 bn in loans to related parties – Report

Goldstreet Business:

* Corporate Boards’ capacities to be certified, requirement inserted into Companies Code

* Cost of restructuring banks rising

* Doctors, Lawyers, others to soon issue tax receipts for services rendered

Daily Heritage:

* Missing 136 bags of GNFS cement found

* Awutu Bontrase residents drink polluted water

* CVM lauds Akufo-Addo for bringing peace to Dagbon

Finder:

* 13,802 pregnant women contract HIV in 2018

* Tackle inequality if you want to reduce crime – CSO

* Insurance industry not in financial distress – NIC

* Akufo-Addo arrives in Tamale for historic outdooring of new Yaa-Naa

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