Newspaper Headlines of Monday, 21 January 2019 (PHOTOS)

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

New Crusading Guide:

-Senior US Congressman: Ban Agyapong from America, let FBI join investigation of Ahmed’s murder

-Respect new Yaa-Naa – Otumfuo C’ttee to Abudus, Andanis

-Family places injunction on Otinibi lands

Ghanaian Observer:

-Bring lasting peace to Dagbon – Nana AkufoAddo charges new Yaa-Naa

-Madagascar Prez hails Akufo-Addo

-NDC hierarchy working against my bid – Sly Mensah


-Road contractors still owed GH¢3.69bn

-Four aircraft ‘shops’ for 4 regions

-New crop of generational leaders needed to drive businesses

-Springfield Group listed among LSE companies to inspire Africa in 2019


-Drug barons infiltrating NACOB – Security expert hints

-Peace finally restored at Dagbon

-Who gets the honour of the Order of the Volta?

-Editorial: Probe telephone conversations of people Shale investigated

Goldstreet Business:

-GSE delists 5th company in 18 months

-Ghana fears losing transit trade to Abijan, Lome

-ECOWAS market share of Ghanaian exports decreases

The Independent:

-Government relaxes Yendi curfew but ban on arms and ammo still in full force

-You ask for the wrong things – Imani Africa tells Police

Economy Times:

-Ghanaians to enjoy reduced utilities tariffs from next month

-Exports revenue up, records US$12.5b

-Liquidity growth slows


-Accord Yaa-Naa respect – Committee of Eminent Chiefs appeals, Nana Akufo-Addo confident of order in Dagbon

-Pension finds not invested in GAT – Forum

-International pressure mounts on Ghana to find Ahmed’s killers

Daily Guide:

-NAM1 faces Dubai court February 2

-1 dead, 2 arrested over new Yaa-Naa

-Airport Boss still at post

-GRA clears Fantega company

-Kidnappings rock Takoradi

Ghanaian Times:

-After successful conduct of funeral, installation of new Yaa-Naa, Nana Akufo-Addo hails Dagbon

-GRA restores Fantega’s license

-President attends swearing-in of Madagascar President

-US Congressman advocates travel ban against Ken Agyapong

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