Today’s front pages: Tuesday, December 15, 2020

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Stories making headlines on the front pages in the major newspapers.

Daily Graphic:

* Parliament records higher sittings – Speaker; Accepts 3,461 papers; 7 private members’ bills being worked on

* Update on 2020 parliamentary election: NPP – 137, NDC – 136, Independent – 1

* Seek redress in court – Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council tells NDC

* President attends Ouattara’s swearing-in as part of 3-nation trip * Let’s uphold country’s peace – Security experts

Daily Graphic

Daily Guide:

* NDC gurus threaten police – We know where your families are

* NPP leads NDC in parliament with one seat

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* NPP makes massive gains in Northern

* NDC withdraws Techiman South case

Daily Guide

The New Crusading Guide:

* EC update on 2020 Parliamentary Election outcome – NPP 137, NDC 136, Independent 1 after 274 seats declared

* Go to court for redress – GPCC tells NDC

* Accept defeat – Nana B tells Mahama

* I don’t expect Mahama to act on my advice – Inusah

The New Crusading Guide

The Chronicle:

* Police dragnet catches Ajumako DCE; arrested and granted bail for allegedly assaulting cop.

* Okudzeto, Buaben differ on post-election protests.

* MFWA warns journalists to stop ‘inciting publications’

The Chronicle

B&FT:

* BoG takes steps to reclaim monies locked on digital platforms

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* Analysts divided on impact of post-election dispute on economy

* Bui Power penetrates West African market

B&FT

The Business Analyst:

* Election turmoil threatens economic rebound

* SIC pays surgery cost for journalist shot on election day as trial begins

* Ghana, Egypt Air move closer to Ghana Air partnership agreement

The Business Analyst

The Finder:

* 2,310 perish in 11 months; 945 (40.9%) killed by motorcycles

* Use laid-down processes established by law to seek redress – EC

* More private capital flows needed to drive financial inclusion – Study

* National Hydro-graphic Office opened in Ghana

The Finder
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