Today at the news stands

Daily Graphic

-Lapses in lecturers’ qualifications exposed – National Council for Tertiary Education report

-Nana Akufo-Addo on three-nation visit

-Ministry disappointed by US visa restrictions

-3 shareholders of defunct uniBank urge court to join AG to suit 

Ghanaian Times

-Ghana responds to US: Visa sanctions unjustified

-Commey wins IBF World Title, stops Chaniev in Round 2

-Nana Akufo-Addo leaves for 8-day working visit to South Africa, US, Ethiopia

-Catholic Bishops, Peace Council condemn violence at Ayawaso 

Daily Guide

-NDC Gurus storm EC, charge on Jean Mensa

-Akim Swedru suspected kidnapper grabbed 

-Otumfuo hails Free SHS 

-Government fights US visa ban

-Police hunt Ayawaso shooters

Goldstreet Business

-First ever 6-year T-Bond issued

-Government plans US$403m bond issued for GAT 

-Insuring public jittery over recapitalisation plans 

Ghanaian Observer

-No party can beat the NDC in unleashing violence – Mahama

-Peace Council, others chastise John Dramani Mahama 

-Nana Akufo-Addo condemns ‘isolated violence’ at Ayawaso West Wuogon

-Ghana fights US over visa brouhaha 

Economy Times

-Banks to drop interest rates 

-Commodity prices fluctuate 

-COCOBOD hopeful of achieving 900,000mt target for 2019

Finder

-China’s $20m for 1,029 boreholes 

-Coalition demands further amendments to RTI Bill

-Hussein-Suale’s funeral set for Feb 7 and 8

-US, Ghana in tussle over 7,000 Ghanaians marked for deportation

B&F

-GH¢45.4bn tax revenue target to be revised 

-Import revenue up by 3.9%

-New €1.5bn EU credit guarantee to boost investment in Africa