Council of Elders Issued a Press Statement to the General Public
The Council of Elders to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have issued a press statement which is signed by the chairman of the council, Hon Iddrisu, on the 26th October, 2022 following the controversies over the NDC national elections. In the statement, the Council indicates that in this time of a crunch economy like this, the party needs proper mobilization of its members in such a way that come 2024 the general election will be a walk over to the party without any stress.
The Silence Of The National House Of Chiefs Is An Approval Of Paul’s Attacks On Togbe-Elikem Kotoko
The criticisms on Paul Adom-Otchere appear not to be dying down anytime soon even after he appeared on his show for the second time on the same matter to clarify his stance on the decision by Togbe Afede, Paramount Chief Of Anlo to return an ex-gratia paid him back to the State.
Wa Naa Palace Flogging: I Ordered Flogging Of Lovers In Leaked Sex Tape – Wa Naa Jabs
In the wake of denying information on beating two people, scarcely 24 hours prior, Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV, the Overlord of the Waala Traditional Council has expressed it was compelled. The two were supposedly engaged with a sex video embarrassment that became a web sensation.
How to get foreign verification as a nurse or a midwife – N&MC Ghana
The Ghana Nurse and Midwifery has called on its member who are interested to get foreign verification to follow these easy and simple steps . The Association want to ease the burden of most Of its member on the stress that they pass through when every they need foreign verification.According to the ass
The Chiefs Cannot Cross Their Limits Of Powers With Such Arrogates – Professor
Ransford Yaw Gyampo, a professor at the University of Ghana, chastised Oyerepa FM management for bowing to a "suggestion" to cease operations from the Kumasi Traditional Council. After visiting the Manhyia Palace on Thursday to apologize for remarks made against the Asantehene and his chiefs during an interview on the dangers of small-scale illicit mining, the Kumasi-based station shut down on Friday, August 26.
2022 wassce results to be release on 30th November 2022
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced that results for this year’s WASSCE will be released on November 30. The Council says it has successfully completed the marking and co-ordination of the papers at all 49 venues and has commenced the processing of the results.
It Is Your Mandate To Speak The Truth To Our Leaders As Men Of God-Rev Kwarteng To Christian Council
The founder and leader of the Christ Miracle Power Mission located at Dome in the Greater Accra Region, Very Rev Anthony Kwarteng has stressed the need for the members of the Christian Council of Ghana to speak the truth to our leaders. Christian Council of Ghana he observed, as one of the highest religious bodies in the country, needs to enforce measures to ensure that our leaders remained disciplined at all times.
WASSCE 2022 result should be released on NOV-30 -WAEC
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has proclaimed that consequences for next year's WASSCE will indeed be ejected on November 30. The Council asserts it has completed the labelling and co-ordination of the papers whatsoever 49 places but has initiated the processing of the conclusions. WAEC in a summary says: “ studies into inspection improprieties intercepted during or after the exams are continuing.
2022 BECE Timetable And Other Important Informations
This article contains all information regarding to the 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination. These are; the provisional timetable for the examination, rules and regulations governing the examination and other relevant informations. The West African Examination Council ( WAEC) has released the provisional examination timetable for the 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination.
The Nursing Student Who Threatened To Kill Patients In A TikTok Video, Will Be Sanctioned.
A nursing student at Nalerigu Nursing and Midwifery College has gotten into trouble for using the uniform for a TikTok video. She is being investigated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) for stating in a video that she will kill her patients when she finishes school and posted to a health facility.
WAEC 2022:WASSCE examination centres.
The executives of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has delivered the assessment places for West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for tuition based school applicants across the sixteen (16) locales of Ghana. As indicated by Management, the Council maintains whatever authority is needed to re-direct possibility to different focuses in the event that there are insufficient sections for a specific place or on the other hand assuming there are a bigger number of up-and-comers at a middle than can be obliged there.
Gh¢8,760m: Full List Of Council of State Members Who Received The Gh¢365k Ex-Gratia
Remember Ghanaians praising Togbe Afede for his kind act of returning his Gh¢365,000 Ex-Gratia by the Council of State Secretariat? Yes, let's get to know more information about this development. Do you know the Council of State is made up of 24 members? Interestingly, Togbe Afede who returned his share after service from 2017 is an ex-officio member of the Council.
WAEC Outlines Measures Against WASSCE Fraud
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says it has adopted eleven different measures to protect examination papers as theory exams begin today, August 22, 2022. The Council says it has collaborated with the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) to monitor the printing of the papers; working with security agencies to track and arrest persons operating rogue websites; inspection and upgrade of depots nationwide; serialisation of some question papers; and movement of exam papers from strong rooms to depots in batches.
Forget About Digitalization: Alan Is Transforming The Economy Of Ghana More Than Expected
There has been a list of countries who developed on the basis of industrialization and trade even when technology and the digital economy was less developed. Presumably, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo wants to use the same basis to develop Ghana's economy. With the presence of the ever gallant Alan Kyeremanten heading the Ministry of Trade and Industry, there has been a sudden leap in the GDP growth rate of the industrial sector.
Return Of Ghs365,000.00 Ex-gratia Provides An Indication Of The Rot There – Amoako Baah
Dr. Richard Amoako-Baah, a former Head of the History and Political Science Department of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), says the return of Ghs365,000.00 ex-gratia by the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV, provides an indication of the rot - corruption going on in the Council of State.
Throw Away The Council Of State – Former UN Senior Governance Advisor
A former United Nations (UN) Senior Governance Advisor, Professor Baffour Agyemang-Duah, says the Council of State is a useless creature that has absolutely no relevance to the country’s development and must be thrown away like a piece of rag. He adds that the Council of State has been created by the constitution for the elite in the society to exploit - bleed dry the country and that it simply does not make sense to assemble 30 people, pay them huge amounts of money and monstrous lump sum after serving out a term of four years.
Togbe Afede calls for changes to council of state composition.
Togbe Afede a former member of the council of state has called for changes to be made on it is constituted. The president of the republic appoints most of the members making them not to be objective in their submissions sometimes. He is not the only person to have an issue with the council of state.
“We Have Decided To Reduce Our Monthly Allowances By 20% - Nana Otuo Serebour II Reveals
Members of the Council of State say they will cut their monthly allowances by 20% till the end of the year in identifying with Ghanaians amid the country’s economic challenges. As we all know how the economy is now this year as many Ghanaians have been complaining about how things are shooting up rapidly.
Declare a state of emergency in mining areas, Occupy Ghana has written to Akufo-Addo.
President Akufo-Addo has been urged by the pressure group OccupyGhana to swiftly declare a state of emergency in all mining regions of the nation. They believe that the President and his administration will benefit from the country's mining operations being streamlined. It urged President Akufo-Addo to consult the Council of State before publishing a Gazette on the matter in a press release that was released on Monday.
WAEC issues statement ahead of WASSCE for school candidates 2022.
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (Ghana only version), enters its fifth week with the conduct of two core papers, Social Studies and English Language to be administered on 5th and 8th September, 2022 respectively. The Council wishes to bring to the attention of stakeholders and members of the public, a number of issues which are emerging from the conduct of the examination.