Today at the News stands

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

Daily Graphic:

* Former MASLOC boss charged over GH¢129.5m missing cash

* Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election: Lydia Seyram Alhassan wins – NDC cries foul over shooting in candidate’s house; NPP denies involvement

* Driver of murdered Tema Port manager remanded


* Petroleum Commission cracks whip; firms flouting local content law to lose license

* Privatisation of ECG operations starts today

* Pensions law ‘excludes’ 10.2m in informal sector – Expert

* Analysts push for long-term policies to arrest cedi depreciation

Ghanaian Times:

* Arrears owed teachers: We’ll pay all by March – @NAkufoAddo

* Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election turns violent; 18 people shot

* Former CEO, Operations Manager of MASLOC put before court

* Mrs Alhassan wins Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election

Goldstreet Business:

* Service support to cocoa farmers going commercial

* Small-scale miners yet to resume operations

* SEC permits six fund managers to quit operations

Ghanaian Observer:

* NDC orchestrated Ayawaso shooting to paint Govt black – NPP fires back over by-election chaos

* EC hints of new voter register

* Ex-MASLOC boss charged

* Police ‘show’ NDC MP Sam George ‘something small’ at Ayawaso West Wuogon


* Ayawaso Wuogon in turmoil as violence mars beauty of by-election

* AG hauls ex-MASLOC CEO to court

* T’di kidnapper is a Sunday School Bible Teacher

* I’ll clear John Mahama arrears – Akufo-Addo assures teachers

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