Source: - Ghanaians must brace themselves up and pay more for power, the Power Minister has said, declaring that the days of cheap power are over.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Police in Obuasi have arrested one Yaw Acheampong, a taxi driver, for allegedly setting his ex-lover and rival ablaze while they slept.

The suspect was alleged to have set the room in which the two lovers were sleeping out of jealousy after his ex-lover, Yaa Serwaah, alias Attah, had called off their 13-year-old relationship.

Source: GNA - The Assembly and Unit Committee Members at Beposo in the Sekyere Central District in Ashanti region are to organize Neighbourhood watch committees to curb the rampant robbery cases in the town.

Source: - The leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is set to look into complaints about the party’s bloated biometric register.

There has been controversy over the accuracy of the list of registered members from Atebubu, Ada and Ledzokuku Krowor constituencies.

Source: - The New Patriotic Party appears to be in no mood for jokes or amorous discussions with the Electoral Commission as it pushes for a new voters register for the 2016 elections.

Source: - The panel of eminent persons who directed the Electoral Commission’s public forum on the voters register is promising fair and comprehensive recommendations on the future of the register.

Source: - The New Patriotic Party (NPP) says it will soon present evidence supporting its claim that some foreign nationals have been registered on Ghana’s voters’ register to the Electoral Commission (EC).

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Vice-President, Mr Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, has told the people of the Manya Krobo Traditional Area that the government is ready to return lands that belong to them for development purposes.

Source: - An elections analyst and editor of the Daily Dispatch, Ben Ephson has said Ghana can use the NPP’s mechanism to remove the names of the alleged foreigners from the countries voters register.

Source: - Samia Yaba Nkrumah, daughter of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, feels her failure to secure a second term mandate to lead the people of Jomoro was through the machinations of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).