Newspaper Headlines Of Wednesday, February 6, 2019 (PHOTOS)

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B&FT

* Expect ‘disciplined’ banking sector – Andani assures

* Respect the land that provides the riches – Akufo-Addo tell miners

* Continental Free Trade Agreement must address supply-side constraints – Report

* GCB Bank: The best in CSR activities for 2018

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The Finder

* Scrapped fuel taxes cost GHC232m

* Minority storms Police Headquarters

* Establish a judicial enquiry into Ayawaso violence – Quakyi

* Ghanaians blast NDC MPs for unsavoury tag on Lydia Alhassan

* Mining must make Africa prosperous not poor – President

Free Press

* Frimpong Boateng’s mining empire (3)

Goldstreet Business

* IMF schedules final Ghana review for this month

* 3% tax on small scale Gold export begins

* 2019 Appropriation increases by GHC11.492bn

* 80% of mortgages patronised by resident Ghanaians – GHL Bank

* GCB Bank adjudged best in CSR activities in 2018

Daily Graphic

* Lydia Alhassan sworn

* Supreme Court throws out Kweku Baako over removal of Charlotte Osei

* Police take statements from 16 victims of Ayawaso West Wuogon violence

* Cartons of unwholesome Litty Mackerel destroyed by FDA

Daily Guide

* NDC boycotts Agyarko’s wife calls her ‘bloody widow’

* Kidnappers threatened to kill my girl

* Witness ‘exposes’ NCA gang

*Government cushions Ghanaians with GHC 232m

* Supreme Court affirms Charlotte Osei’s sacking

The Independent

* We reiterate our refusal to recognise the illegitimate winner of that bloody by-election – Minority

* Girls must be wary of Facebook friends – Police

The Publisher

* Minority storms Police HQ

* ‘Mahama made us powerless’ – NDC youth

* Court throws out Kweku Baako

* Amidu freed over Special Prosecutor job

The Daily Statesman

* BOST ex-boss to face court

* Africa must not enrich others – Akufo-Addo

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