1- GETFund terminates non-performing contractors’ contracts
The Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) has requested for the end of all non-playing out temporary workers' agreements, which has been relinquished for as far back as a half year or more, regarding Clause 59.2 (g) of the general states of transactions.
GETFund has, in this way, coordinated the Education Minister, Regional Ministers, Coordinating Directors (RCC/MMDAs, MMDECs, Regional Supervising Consultants of GETFund Projects, and Heads of Public Educational Institutions to begin inception methodology to end their agreements.
In a letter located by otecfmghana.com, dated July 7, 2020, and marked by the Administrator of GETFund, Richard A. Boadu, it said the total of what installments have been paid to the contractual workers up to the furthest limit of December 2019.
"GETFund has respected all installments to temporary workers for installments demand submitted to GETFund up to the end of December 2019. These installments cut across ventures in the essential, second cycle and tertiary class," the announcement said.
"All installment not respected in regards to accommodation made inside this period are for the most part because of uncertain specialized irregularities with installments endorsements submitted," it included.
"Taking into account the gigantic installments the Fund has attempted as of late, we further wish to coordinate that strategies towards end be started for non-performing contracts inside your purview that have remained slowed down for as far back as a half year or more regarding Clause 59.2 (g) of the general states of agreements," it closed.
2- Prof Opoku-Agyemang rescues woman as husband vanishes after she gives birth to quadruplets
The running mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, has gone to the guide of a helpless lady whose spouse relinquished her at the clinic after she brought forth quadruplets.
Reports state in the wake of becoming aware of the predicament of the lady, she chose to help her with GH¢2,000 and vowed to accomplish more.
The Member of Parliament for Ellembelle and previous Minister of Energy and Petroleum, Mr. Emmanuel Armah Kofi Buah, introduced the gift for the benefit of Prof. Opoku-Agyemang.
George Ackah purportedly relinquished his 27-year-old spouse at the Bibiani Municipal Hospital in the Western North Region, in the wake of acknowledging she was conveying quadruplets, which she carried on Sunday, July 19.
He is supposed to be a cleaner with a private firm outside his locale, Sefwi Adukrom.
The last time he was spotted at the emergency clinic was around five weeks back when his significant other was conceded and has not returned since.
The Medical Superintendent of the emergency clinic, Dr. Kwesi Adu-Gyamfi, disclosed to Graphic Online that the lady was alluded to a private office because of her underlying condition.
"After getting her, I relegated a clinical official to her for all time, we followed her until the 31-weeks where we conceded her and afterward to 36-weeks when she conveyed.
"I should state that from the hour of admission to the hour of conveyance, the spouse who she said is a cleaner in a private firm, didn't pass by the emergency clinic nor answer his calls," he said.
As indicated by the news gateway, the jobless spouse, who lives with Ackah in Sefwi Adukrom, a cultivating network, as of now, has two kids with the man before the appearance of the quadruplets.
It further announced the wellbeing laborers at the Bibiani Municipal Hospital in the Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai district as saying that, after the conveyance at around 11 a.m. last Sunday (July 19), they needed to add to get the essential things required for the upkeep of the kids and the taking care of their mom.
Dr. Adu-Gyamfi said the mother of the quadruplets originally detailed for antenatal at a private office, where an underlying sweep uncovered triplets.
"After we played out an exhaustive evaluation with further outputs, we understood they were quadruplets.
"For legitimate consideration, we received what we call Focus Antenatal; we doled out a birthing specialist to the lady, yet after some time we didn't get notification from her once more, her telephone was additionally not experiencing," he said.
Poor people's mother was blessed as some humane wellbeing laborers contributed monies to deal with her over the period without her runaway spouse.
Dr. Adu-Gyamfi stated: "From the day she was conceded, every one of her needs was secured by commitments of the emergency clinic staff, the maternity specialists, and the specialists."
3- Closure of schools must be based on scientific data
the choice of the administration to re-open schools to empower last year's understudies to compose their assessment has created a great deal of warmed discussion on a few media stages in the wake of affirmed COVID-19 cases in individual schools.
While a few gatherings have approached the legislature to close down the schools for understudies to get back earnestly, others have asked alert and viable administration of cases in the schools to shorten network spread should the understudies be permitted back to their homes.
Four educator associations including Teachers and Educational Workers' Union, National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana (CCT-GH) just as the National Parent Teacher Association of Ghana have requested the conclusion of the schools and suspension of the approaching assessment to deflect the spread of the illness.
They contended in a joint proclamation that the conditions and conventions which were to guarantee the security of educators and understudies in the wake of the illness at the schools are "either constrained or only not there."
It stated, even though those conditions after that the choice to re-open schools looked imposing and guaranteeing, the educator associations have been left baffled with the fallout, which has brought about rising affirmed cases in schools.
"In the light of the abovementioned, we have no alternative than to ask that the schools be shut down. For how long would we be able to stand and look, while our youngsters are entrusted to impend passing. We can't stand any inappropriate fiasco. Our kids are our future, and we should secure them," the announcement noted.
4- Voters’ registration: NDC supporters besiege Kasoa Police station
A few people accepted to be supporters of the National Democratic Congress on Monday assaulted the Kasoa Police Command, notwithstanding overwhelming police nearness at the station.
This comes following four individuals hour were captured, with certain firearms recovered by the Kasoa Divisional Police Command.
They have since been moved to the Regional Police Headquarters in Cape Coast in the Central Regional Capital for examinations to proceed.
Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Charles Ampem Koosonu, uncovered his outfit acted quickly. The episode occurred, and upon quick watches in and around, Kasoa environs captured a pickup where they arrested these suspects.
Talking on Starr Today, NDC interchanges official Mr. Delali Sewarkpor denounced the Special Initiatives Minister, Mavis Hawa Koomson, of being behind the savagery in the region.
As indicated by him, a few objections to the Kasoa divisional police order has been disregarded with no capture made.
Mr. Sewakpor included that NPP hooligans have various events assaulted individuals from the ND. In, some occurrence, genuine wounds host, been delivered on their gathering individuals with no activity taken by the Police.
Mr. Sewakpor included that NDC supporters who blockaded the Police station before in the day have left.
Presently, the enlistment place has been shut down as the Electoral Commission officials at the scene have fled following the savagery.
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