Sammy Gyamfi clashed with Dr. Tia-Kabiru Mahama, the Technical Advisor to the Office of the Vice President on TV3’s The Keypoints today, Saturday, November 20, 2021. The two were involved in a debate over the proposed 2022 Budget. The duo was joined by Dr. Alex Ampaabeng, a fiscal Policy Analyst.
Days after the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta appeared in Parliament to present the budget, the tensions surrounding the post budget discussion continues. Many Ghanaians have shared mixed reactions over the new policies indicated in the budget and have made calls for the government to r3consi some of the new taxes.
There is an ongoing debate regarding whether Ghana needs a new jet for the president. Indeed, communicators of the ruling New Patriotic Party have unanimously agreed that the time is right for a new plane to curb the costs involved in chartering planes when the president travels. Those on the opposite divide however disagree.
Dr. Tia-Kabiru Mahama, the Technical Advisor to the Office of the Vice President and Sammy Gyamfi, today, Saturday, November 20, 2021 joined Alfred Ocansey on Tv3’s The Keypoints. The trio delved into issues pertaining to the debate presented by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta on Wednesday.
The crime rate in the country, according to reports from the Bureau of Public Safety, BPS Ghana, has had a spike lately in comparison to the beginning of last year 2020 and the beginning of this year 2021. Pressing particularly on the frequent violence and crime, tools such as knives and machetes have had quite an attention.
Congratulations are in order as TV3's evening news anchors, Ayisha Yakubu and Alfred Ocansey and also sports presenter Thierry Nyan bag certificates from one of Ghana’s prestigious universities, University of Professional Studies, Accra(UPSA). This year, although many difficulties are being faced by some, fortunately not all are lamenting but some are also rejoicing and we are actually glad to join in the celebration of the successes of Ayisha,Alfred and Thierry.
This week has been dominated by the Ejura Enquiry Report. The report has generated so much controversy since its release especially after the family of Kaaka came out to reject the report saying that the report did not carry a truthful reflection of what happened. One thing that came out clear and wasn’t actually part of the commission’s report was to agree unanimously that Kaaka’s death was as a result of a family feud.
The Coronavirus pandemic has struck almost all countries in the world and Ghana couldn't be left behind. Ghana recorded it first two cases way back in March causing the closure of all educational facilities in the country. Only final years students were allowed to go to school to write their final exams and after that form two students at the Junior and secondary level were also given the chance to complete the rest of the term. There have been rumours circulating that the government is fully going to open all
Legal luminary Tsatsu Tsikata has described as “a serious allegation” the calling of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the “mother serpent of corruption” Former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu described President Akufo-Addo as such after accusing him of interfering with his work. It was contained in his resignation letter, complaining about the determined effort by the president to block him from investigating his Finance Minister and cousin Ken Ofori-Atta in the botched Agyapa deal.
Going into the election, Tv3 was the station to watch. Question is: Did they live up to expectation? They called themselves the Election Command Center. They classified themselves as the best in the game, but they shamelessly churned out results that are unrealistic and more disastrous than what clueless Jean Mensah put out. They sold their conscience to Akufo Addo for money. They sacrificed their hard earned reputation to keep the mother serpent of corruption in power. Their team of reporters led by my good
Ghana as a country was also affected by the global pandemic disease covid 19. This pandemic disease takes so many lives and altered the daily activities of Ghanaians. This forces Ghana Government to impose some restrictions of daily living,close schools, churches, mosques, markets etc. Final year students where given the opportunity to go back and take their exit exams, while the year two students of both junior high and senior high schools were also allowed to go back and complete the term syllabus. This morning
A Professor at the University of Ghana and a member of the University Teachers association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has rained serious constructive criticisms on government over its indifferent attitude towards the demands for a better conditions of service for university lectures in the country.
Earlier today on 3Fm with Alfred Ocansey and Hellen Appiah Ampofo, one of their reporter's accounts on how he was threatened by one of the soldiers of the operation calm life, when he went closer to the scene to do his work. He said he was asked, by one of the soldiers not to take any video of what happened and he obeyed that instructions and went back.
Ghana's independence day is one of the most eventful days in the history of the country.This day is always marked by an anniversary celebration which has been characterized by so many activities since 1957.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers will be meeting the Ghana Education Service today in a meeting which has been explained to be a critical and crucial meeting to decide the future of students. The decision to either reopen schools or not depends on the outcome of the crucial meeting with the Ghana National Association of Teachers and the Ghana Education Service. The president of the Ghana National Association of Teachers, Philippa Larsen who revealed the meeting to the 3Fm host of sunrise morning Alfred
One of the parents of the two Rasta students, Ras Aswad Nkrabea, has finally revealed that they are taking their wards to school today following the court case they won against Achimota School . He revealed this in an interview with Alfred Ocansey on the Sunrise show on 3FM Wednesday, June 2.
Ras Aswad Nkrabea, a parent of the two Rasta students who won their case against Achimota School, has said he is taking the boys to school today, Wednesday June 2. He told Alfred Ocansey on the Sunrise show on 3FM Wednesday June 2 that an intention by the Achimota School to file an appeal against the court ruling will not stop the children from going to school.
Director of Financial Services at the Ministry of Finance, Mr Sampson Akugoh, has thrown more lights on the rationale behind the establishment of the National Development Bank (NDB).He said the bank will enhance the capacity of other banks inclduing the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) to enable them achieve their objectives.
Dr Amponsa-Achiano insists his outfit was aware that the vaccines were near their expiry date.He said this in an interview with Alfred Ocansey on 3FM on Friday, April 23.When asked about the question of what his outfit is doing about the new development about the Covid-19 vaccines, Dr. Amponsa-Achiano answered: “I will tell you how efficient our system has been, you remember this thing nearly became a topical issue some couple of weeks back?
Advisor to the Ministry of Lands And Natural Resources, on mines, Mr Benjamin Aryee has clarified the embargo on the prospecting and reconnaissance activities in all forest reserves in the country, hinting that no prospecting activities should go on in any of the country’s forest reserves, including Atiwa.