The Member of Parliament for Ajumako-Enyan-Esiam Constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hon Cassiel Ato Forson has today, 3rd September 2021 sent a strong warning to The Harald Newspaper. Looking at the front page of The Herald Newspaper below, they have written a story about Hon Cassiel Ato Forson and Member of Parliament for Tamale South Constituency, Hon Haruna Iddrisu.
According to some traditional leaders in the Northern Region, most schools' infrastructure is impacting smooth teaching and learning, as well as student academic performance. They said that this, in addition to a lack of furniture and teaching and learning resources for the new curriculum, was inhibiting the seamless delivery of classes, resulting in poor student performance on national exams.
President Akufo Addo hit hard at some Civil Society Organisations (CSO's) when he had a meeting with the Ghana Anti-corruption Coalition at the Jubilee house. He said that the motives behind the allegations made by some CSO's are partisan. According to him, some of them are even complicit in some of the things they've been accusing the government about, which are not even true and not based on merit, but partisanship.
Consultant Says Planting For Food and Jobs' Is In Big Crisis, NPP Calls It Out As Fake News. DETAILS
Kofi Asare describes himself on his Facebook page as "Farmer, Social Development Consultant, Lover of Ghana, Education Policy Influencer and Non Aligned Citizen," and he is well renowned in the area of CSO activities in the country. In his latest Facebook post, he alleges deep seated problems with the Agric Ministry's Planting for Food and Jobs policy and writes that:
Civil Society Organizations in Tobacco Control in Ghana have condemned the public display of smoking on social media by Mr. Michael Owusu Addo known in ShowBiz circles as Sarkodie. The CSO’s have described the act by the two-time BET Award winner as unprofessional, unethical and unhealthy.
The Accra-Kumasi Highway also known as the N6 or National Highway 6 is one of the busiest highways in the country which starts from Nsawam, through to Ejisu and Kumasi with a length of about 250km.
The Research Center for Policy Advocacy and Governance (ReCPAG), a typical society affiliation (CSO), has urged the public position to act indisputably to close down fundamental schools in the country. It said this was essential to assuage the spread of COVID-19 in schools, some of which had recently recorded a broad number of attested cases after the re-opening of key schools in January 2021. "We wish to move toward the President to take the bull by the horn and close our principal schools as we continue
Host of Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana Program, Paul Adom Otcheri last night took the group of Civil Society Organizations to the cleanest over their stands on the controversy between Auditor General, Yaw Domelovo and the Akufo-Addo Administration.
LIKE and SHARE the article on all platforms. Hit the FOLLOW button to receive more news and articles. Ghanaians are always on the look-out when it comes to what their taxpayers monies are used for by the government. They thus hold government accountable for what every pesewa of their contributions is used for.
The NPP Government before being voted into power in 2016 elections had accused the former NDC government of numerous bribery and corruption scandals. They held press conferences and stated that in their government none of such scandals will be tolerated. But approximately three (3) and a half year since they came into power, some bribery and corruption scandals have occurred and in fact some are very serious. Below are the bribery and corruption scandals that have occurred under this current government: 1.Agyapa
The Research Center for Policy Advocacy and Governance (ReCPAG), a common society association (CSO), has encouraged the public authority to act conclusively to shut down essential schools in the country. It said this was basic to relieve the spread of COVID-19 in schools, some of which had just recorded an extensive number of affirmed cases after the re-opening of fundamental schools in January 2021. "We wish to approach the President to take the bull by the horn and close our fundamental schools as we keep
Please tap/click on follow from the top right corner for more stories and updates. Like and share with others. A Civil Society Organization (CSO) identified as STRANEK-Africa, has directed a statement to the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who is also the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to deliver his handing over notes to them as soon as possible. According to the statement, this act of the president is in accordance with the 1992 constitutional
After the December 7 2020 election, the flagbearer of the governing New Patriotic Party, NPP, H. E. Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was declared by the electoral commission as the president-elect but a civil society organization (CSO); Voice of the Nation (VON) has called on the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to relinquish the president elect title. According to the CSO, the people for that matter Ghanaians are condemning those who are calling for peace. Without insisting on adherence and respect for justice. They
Celebrated Ghanaian media personality and General manager of GhOne TV has lashed out Metro TV's Paul Adom Otchere, over his comment on the #fixtheCountry movement on social media, especially Twitter.In a tweet Paul Adom Otchere queries who we should blame for the current state of the country, and continued to name some personalities and institutions including Nana Akuffo Addo, John Mahama, CSO's, and the media.
Care for Free and Fair Elections Ghana (“CARE” GHANA), a Civil Society Organization (CSO) charged the Electoral Commission of Ghana (EC) to make adequate provision of nose mask and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) a necessity and available at all polling stations on December 7 to help protect voters and election officers from contracting the Covid-19. The call was made at a press conference organized by “CARE” GHANA on Wednesday December 2, 2020 to promote peaceful, sound and healthy elections
Mr Anthony Boateng The Deputy Director General of Ghana Education Service has launched Back to School for Safe Learning Campaign. It's a project that seeks to senators students and teachers and students on the modalities associated with the reopening of schools. Mr Anthony Boateng stated this on city news that students have been exported to business and this have shifted their attention from school. He also stated that from the data they gathered following the return students to school,most students did not
The group laid out what it said are realities and conditions encompassing Mr. Domelevo's constrained retirement which they said offers belief to accept that he was unreasonably focused on only for seeking after his sacred command.
The Minerals commission has debunked the rumours and claims made by some Civil Society Organisations that it has issued permits to some companies for mining in the areas of Mole National Park.In a statement signed by the Acting Chief - Executive officer of the Minerals commission and copied to one of the media stations in Ghana, the claims that CSO released has no proof as no official permit has been issued to any company for mining in the above stated region.
The Office of the Special Prosecutor was the machinery established by the Nana Addo government with the prime duty to investigate and prosecute people who engage in corruption and corruption related activities. But the first person appointed the that office has conceded defeat. He has cited some instances of insecurity and lack of political will towards the fight against corruption. It can not end there. Expectations are that a new person will be appointed for his replacement. In order for the next special prosecutor
The issue of this Agyapa royalties deal is really making a stire in all connes of the country. After much issues possed on this deal by both some CSOS an the largest opposition party NDC. The COS called on the office of the special prosecutor to Investigate and unearthed any corruption in the Agyapa royalties deal. The the office of the special prosecutor heeded to the advice. So it appeared in the report of Martin Amidu, the corruption and anti-corruption risk assessment that the transaction advisors involve