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Daily Heritage

-Supreme Court awards man over GHC600k as damage for loss of manhood following accident in 2009

-Royal House Chapel enjoys free Zoomlion disinfection exercise

– Stop sacking contact tracers – Health Minister to Bukom residents

-Brogya Gyenfi, others thrown out

 

The Daily Statesman

-Let’s not toil in vain – Health Minister appeals to Ghanaians to adjust lifestyle in COvid-19 fight

-Social distancing or out of business – Communication Minister shuts MTN office

-Supreme Court dismisses $2.25bn Eurobond suit

 

Goldstreet Business

-Land Bill nearing passage

-First National Bank completes GHL Bank acquisition

-Government decides against new lockdown

 

The Ghanaian Observer

-Coronavirus pandemic: Noguchi clears backlog of samples as Ghana’s vigorous testing regime hailed.

-Bawumia punches Mahama

-Supreme Court clears Finance Minister over $2.25 Eurobond saga

 

The Finder

-Covid-19 infections at peak – Decline depends on adherence to preventive protocols

-Covid-19: CBG shared GHC500,000 worth of food during lockdown

-Adongo’s accusations againstOsafo-Maafo baseless – Carlos Ahenkorah

-Don’t only call for de-escalation of politics on Covid-19 when government responds – Oppong Nkrumah

-Covid-19: Shopping Malls in Accra lament decline in patronage

 

Daily Guide

-Human skull idol seized from killer priests

-NDC goes ballistic over Bawumia

-Covid-19 infections peak

-Otumfuo clocks 70 today

-Ofosu-Ampofo case adjourned indefinitely

 

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