The Daily Graphic is a Ghanaian state-owned daily newspaper published in Accra, Ghana.
The paper was established along with the Sunday Mirror in 1950, by Cecil King of the London Daily Mirror Group. With a circulation of 100,000 copies it is the most widely read daily newspaper in the country. The paper has seen a large number of editors replaced over the course of its history, particularly post-independence, after a string of successive military coups that resulted in the sacking editors who opposed the government policies. In 1979 the newspaper was renamed the People's Daily Graphic under Jerry Rawlings for a few years to "remind the people that it belongs to them". Source