Tuesday, March 26 newspaper front pages



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Daily Graphic: 

* EC bares teeth; moves to enforce law, deploys officers to inspect party offices 

* Activities of thieves collapse high tension tower 

* GES deploys technology to hasten salary payments

Daily Guide:

* Vandals hack electric pylons

* 67 Killer driver was speeding

* Kidnapped baby's mother admits mistake

* World Bank backs free SHS

Ghanaian Times: 

* Sabotage: Criminals vandalise Akosombo power plant; plunge Accra, Tema, Kumasi into darkness 

* We'll achieve Ghana Beyond Aid vision within next decade – Prez

* Veep honoured by alma mater in Britain

The Finder: 

* SSNIT, TUC in a fight over computation of pension benefits 

* World Bank pledges support for free SHS, digitisation agenda 

* Customers appeal for speedy payments by Gold Coast Fund 

* No GhanaPost GPS, no business registration – Registrar General 

Daily Statesman: 

* World Bank to back free SHS; huge boost for government's flagship policy 

* Cedi makes stunning recovery 

* Vigilantism equals violence and crime is crime

Crusading Guide: 

* 'Missing' Lebanese businessman sighted in Lebanon 

* It's our turn to produce Ga Mantse – Abola Piam We 

* World Institute of Peace trains 1000 students to be self-reliant 

* 31 countries support peace between Morocco and Western Sahara

Daily Democrat: 

* Fake rape case at GRA; victims to expose conspirators 

* NDC will survive and return to power – Bagbin 

* Demolition exercise was legal – Adutso family

Day Break: 

* NDC aspirants paid costs 

* Accra not ready for heavy rains – Mayor

The Vanguard: 

* Horror in Togolese prison: Ghanaian icon chained, shackled for 18 months

ABC News: 

* Sabotage: GRIDCo transmission tower in Tema hacked down

The Custodian: 

* Cedi is bouncing back 

* Akufo Addo jabs 'traditional Jeremiahs'

* Parliament to grace Otumfuo anniversary 

* NRSC to install speed limiters in commercial vehicles

Economy Times: 

* Economy to absorb US$3.5 billion within a month to bolster the cedi 

* Aftermath of IMF ECF, Economists spell out solutions for economy 

* Ghana among RMB's 2019 top 10 investment destinations in Africa

B&FT: 

* Chinese controlled Ghana Manganese Company sidelines locals; contracts awarded to Chinese firms 

* eTranzact, Zeepay in merger talks 

* Accreditation Board to begin ranking of universities

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com | Ishmael Atiemo