Newspaper Frontpages – Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Read newspaper headlines of Tuesday, September 6, 2022, from Ghana's top newspaper publishers right here on The Ghanaian Standard.

Daily Guide Newspaper

Daily Guide Newspaper - September 6
Daily Guide Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by the Daily Guide newspaper;

  • Galamsey Queen returns, caged again
  • IMF vindicates Government
  • ‘Hot Sex' kills  MCE
  •  Regional Police undertake unlawful demolition
  • Nungua Stool tangos with Trasacco

Daily Graphic Newspaper

Daily Graphic Newspaper - September 6
Daily Graphic Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by the Daily Graphic newspaper;

  • NAM1 faces prosecution: Docket ready – Attorney-General
  • IMF deal by December – Kristalina Georgieva
  • Exercise power of surcharge – Coalition to Auditor-General
  • Aisha Huang remanded for illegal mining

Ghanaian Times Newspaper

Ghanaian Times Newspaper - September 6
 Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by Ghanaian Times newspaper;

  • NAM1 will be prosecuted: Case docket almost ready for Court – Attorney-General
  • Aisha Huang, 3 others before Court over ‘galamsey'
  • Surcharge public officers for irregularities: protesters ask Auditor-General to crack whip

The Business Analyst Newspaper

The Business Analyst Newspaper - September 6
The Business Analyst Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Business Analyst newspaper;

  • Ghana-IMF $3bn deal to be finalised before end of the year
  • Prosecute officials in $2M Sky Train Project
  • Ghana Maritime Authority ended 2020 with ¢88M surplus – 2021 Auditor-General Report
  • Review agric policies to boost food production
  • Catholic University now autonomous; After being granted Presidential Charter

The Daily Statesman Newspaper

The Daily Statesman Newspaper - September 6
The Daily Statesman Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Daily Statesman newspaper;

  • Ghana seeks to become number one teak exporter
  • MP cuts sod for library, school projects in Bantama
  • $3bn IMF deal to be finalised before 2023; IMF Boss reveal in meeting with President Akufo-Addo at Rotterdam
  • Akufo-Addo demands action on climate adaptation

The Chronicle Newspaper

The Chronicle Newspaper - September 6
 Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Chronicle newspaper;

  • Teak exporters rake in more revenue for Ghana – Minister
  • $3bn IMD deal ready by December
  • Who owns the 2 missing Ellembelle excavators?
  • Aisha Huang sneaks back into Ghana: Resumes work in 
  • Nkusukum now has substantive Omanhene after 13 years of litigation

The Insight Newspaper

The Insight Newspaper - September 6
 Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Insight newspaper;

  • SHOCKING! Audit Report reveals how five ministries paid dead staff, retirees, and resigned staff over GH¢2million
  • DANGER: Chamber of Pharmacy warns of looming drug shortage over  depreciation
  • Ahead of Election 2024: Della Sowah calls for united front to retain Kpando Seat for NDC
  • Kenya's  confirms William Ruto's election victory against Raila Odinga
  • Akuapem Chieftaincy Brouhaha: Kingmakers bare teeth at sub-chiefs in Akropong

The Daily Dispatch Newspaper

The Daily Dispatch Newspaper - September 6
The  Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Daily Dispatch newspaper;

  • Causing Financial Loss in $3bn Project? Government spends $2m on Sky Train Project but railways minister says it cannot be done in 4 years
  • Kenya's Supreme Court confirms Ruto's victory

The New Crusading Guide Newspaper

The New Crusading Guide Newspaper - September 6
The New Crusading Guide Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The New Crusading Guide newspaper;

  • Attorney-General ready for NAM1
  • NDC's Della Sowah's sister moves to wrestle Parliamentary Seat
  • Police to investigate encroachment on Borteyman lands
  • Don't blame Government over Ghana's economic woes – IMF President
  • GH¢3.26bn tax money not missing – 
  • CSOs demonstrate to demand better protection of public purse

The Finder Newspaper

The Finder Newspaper - September 6
The Finder Newspaper – September 6

The following are the front page headlines carried by The Finder newspaper;

  • Ghana aims to become world's leading Teak tree producer – Jinapor
  • IMF blames Ghana's economic woes on COVID-19 – Russia-Ukraine war
  • Ghana-IMF deal to be finalised before end of eay – IMF Boss
  • Let's focus on projected AfCFTA-induced revenue losses – GRA Boss
  • Quality services vital for tourism – Training of 2,000 value-chain actors kick off – Dr Awal
  • Demo rocks Auditor-General tasked to issue surcharge

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