The Daily Graphic commends the Ghana Education Service (GES), for the recruitment 66,357 teachers and non-teaching staff within the last three years. The paper calls on other agencies and ministries to follow the example set by the GES as it will go a long way to ease the unemployment burden of the country. The Graphic appeals to the newly employed teachers to honor their postings by reporting to where they have been posted on time and ensure they are diligent in their work. The paper hopes the National Teaching Council, the GES and the Ministry of Education will work hard to sustain what has been done so far.
The Ghanaian Times welcomes the reborn of the Ghana Airways. The paper commends government for supporting the new venture. According to the Times, Ghana positioning itself to become an aviation hub stands to gain from the development of an international airline as it will boost the economy and also develop the tourism sector. The Paper asks the Ministry of Aviation to find the right partners to ensure that the Ghana Airways can start operating.