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

Daily Guide:

– Rawlings blasts Hanna Tetteh over Nana Konadu

– MP champions condom use

– 8,700 CCTV cameras to fight robbers

– NLA X’mas contract valid

Ghanaian Times:

– One village, one dam takes off – Work to start in 3 regions in the north next month – Veep

– K’si hotspot for sale of uncustomed vehicles

– Police to recruit 4,000 personnel this year – President

The Chronicle:

– Don’t spare corrupt officials!… Us Envoy tells Nana Addo

– Okyenhene mad over ban on new assembly

– CID Boss advocates use of lies detectors in Ghana

Daily Heritage:

– Soldiers, police face social media ban

– Nungua to be NPP stronghold – Krowor MP

– Happy Sunshine may lose 400 workers; Tomato factory responds to calls for relocation

Daily Statesman:

– Ensuring good governance: Push government for action – Bediatuo charges CSOs

– Government to deploy 8,700 CCTVs to augment crime fight

Daily Heritage Sports:

– City not happy with Liverpool draw – Klopp

– Ibrahimovic close to Manchester United return

Crusading Guide:

– Standardising police infrastructure: 8,700 CCTV cameras to be deployed, says Akufo-Addo

– People without integrity controlling NDC – Rawlings

The Finder:

– Interest rates drop to 24.5% – New formula expected to lead to further reactions

– RTI law will the corrupt; pass it now

The Informer:

– Speaker exposes fraud in parliament

Ghanaian Observer:

– People with no integrity running NDC – JJ jabs Portuphy, Mosquito, Kofi Adams & co

– I don’t have Facebook account, Special Assistant – Zongo Minister

– Contracts awarded NLA boss’ sister-in-law saved the state millions – Markins

The Independent:

– Government to deploy 8,700 CCTV cameras to help fight crime

– Bawumia to meet 250 young entrepreneurs to brainstorm on jobs

B&FT:

– Shippers divided over cargo disinfection exercise; Cost factor vs public safety

– BoG to implement Credit Market Development programme

Goldstreet Business:

– Charge fumigation cost to shipping lines; we’re already burdened with 19 levies – GUTA

– Ghanaian banks lag behind on cloud software – IT expert

– Signature campaign for consumer protection law launched

Business Day:

– Today’s graduates are not employable

– Ghanaians turn to gambling for livelihood

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