The secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana, Professor Gyampo has dropped more details about Professor Adei's link with the current government of Nana Addo and the NPP. According to him, Prof Adei has worked for this government in several fields and he has also served on several boards as well.
The issue of salaries given to government officials and public sector workers has been debated on by Ghanaians for some time on social media platforms and on the streets. Many argue that the salaries given to government officials is incomparable to salaries given to public sector workers and as such something should be done about it.
A lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has questioned if Prof Stephen Adei has been removed from serving the NPP government. In a post shared on his official Facebook he wrote; "Has Prof Adei stopped working with this government? He was serving on several boards.
The former Rector of GIMPA, an educationist and an economist, Professor Stephen Adei has made claims that the current government led by His excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo has had more improvement in the Corruption Perception Index(CPI) than the immediate past National Democratic Congress(NDC) Under the leadership of President John Dramani Mahama.
An economist and former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Professor Stephen Adei is urging public sector workers not to expect any fat pay-cheques from the government – their employer. Public sector workers are asking that the government should index their salaries on the current inflation rate of 19.4 percent.
A popular Ghanaian Professor who is also an Economist, Professor Stephen Adei has finally sent a strong message to the former President, John Mahama. He revealed that John Mahama has done very well with how he has conducted himself so far under this Akufo-Addo government as well as the solutions he brings on board.
Professor Stephen Adei is one of the most popular professors in the country. His comments on national issues trend across the length and breadth of the country. In a recent news item covered by the GhanaWeb , Professor Adei has reportedly made some deep statements about the University Education in the country.
Professor Emeritus Stephen Adei, Ghanaian Educator.Professor Emeritus Adei, has indicated in an interview with Joy News TV that; "the Achimota School was right in its decision not to admit the rastafarian boy, we make too much noise about minor things without considering the root cause".
Four Funeral mourners critically injured at Akuapem Mampong Four persons who were going to the final funeral rite of the late Bernice Serwaa Obeng has been involved in a terrible accident at Akuapem Mampong.The driver of the Toyota Camry who was driving the mourners is among the critical victims at the emergency unit of the Akuapem hospital waiting to be transported to Koforidua Regional Hospital for emergency care.
Ghanaian based UK investigative broadcaster and lifetime founder of the Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Ekow Taylor has waded into growing brouhaha and banters between Former President John Dramani Mahama and Professor Stephen Adei who is a Board Chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). Kelvin Taylor who seems to have been infuriated by the latest statement by Prof. Adei has descended heavily on him and described him as a hypocrite. In what the media guru described as malicious; he tongue lashed Mr. Adei for
Speaking on the private life of Prof Naana Opoku Agyemang, he said, " she is a very likable person who do not only speak her mind but also a very good listener". Professor Steven Adei has described the running mate of Mr John Mahama as a good listener and a great leader. In an interview on 3FM' show he renouned Professor recounted his encounter with Professor Naana Opoku Agyemang during her interview as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast. According to him, the John Dramani Mahama's running
Professor Stephen Adei, a former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has lashed out at the ‘neutrality allowance’ demand by the civil servants, saying “it is the most stupid thing I have ever heard”. The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) has directed its members to down their tools to push for the payment of this allowance to compensate for staying politically neutral, as long as they remained in the service.
It is an undeniable fact that times are hard in Ghana. This has been confirmed by no other person than the one who has been given the opportunity to manage our purse, the Finance Minister of our republic. The first gentleman of the land have also admitted that things are hard, but only assure us that there will be brighter times ahead.
Economist Prof Stephen Adey called on the government to fire all striking members of the Association of Civil Servants and Local Governments of Ghana (CLOGSAG). According to him, the club's request for a neutrality allowance is unacceptable and unethical. "This is the worst thing I can imagine being someone who has worked in the public sector for 35 years.
The suspicions of Ghanaians increased when Alban Bagbin was elected by majority votes to become the Speaker of Parliament for the eighth republic despite the possession of a slight majority by the ruling New Patriotic Party. Yesterday, the Minority Chief Whip who doubles as the Member of parliament for the Asawaase constituency, Honorable Muntaka Mubarak, has confirmed the suspicions and doubts of Ghanaians.
March 24, 2022 For the government to raise the required income to tackle the issues confronting the country right now, Ghanaians should acknowledge the E-levy, a previous Minister at the Ghana Foundation of The executives and Policy implementation (GIMPA), Teacher Stephen Adei, has said.
Prof Adei believes that using Ghc21 billion to liquidate banks is to blame for Ghana's economic woes
Prof. Stephen Adei, speaking to Kwame Obeng Sarkodie on Accra 100.5FM's morning show, blamed the country's economic crisis in part on the collapse of nine banks and other financial establishments with Ghc21 billion. President Nana Akufo-Addo closed down nine local banks, 23 savings and loans organizations, 347 microfinance institutions, 39 finance houses, and 53 investment management companies as part of a financial sector clean-up drive since 2017.
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below. Please follow me for more updates. A Professor has boldly sent a strong message to Ghanaians concerning the electronic levy, also known as E-levy. He mentions it is a necessary tax for the country now and so it's either we accept it or we pay it in other ways.
The Ghana revenue authority's board chairman, professor Adei Stephen is demanding a heartfelt apology from former president Mahama for what he described as false allegations fashioned against him. He said that he will advise himself if the former president did not apologize to him after December 7th election. However, professor Stephen denied all allegations levelled against him by former president Mahama that he was responsible for some of the financial cover-ups in GRA. In an interview with the editor of the
The former Board Chairman of the Ghana Revenue Authority, Professor Stephen Adei, has expressed worry at the level of corruption in Ghana. According to him, corruption is endemic in the country, particularly among public and civil servants. Speaking on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, he said Ghana cannot develop at such level of corruption.