Ghanaians should brace themselves up for hard times - Economist advises
Real economic hard times for Ghanaians in the coming year, 2022, is being forecast by one of the country’s respected and finest economists, Kwame Pianim. He says things are going to be tough and everybody must brace themselves for that. The country’s economy, he notes, has gone into tailspin and “2022 is going to be more difficult than 2021”.
Meet The Cousin of Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, Also A Leading Man Of God in Ghana.PICS
Evangelist Dr. Lawrence Tetteh is an Economist, but despite achieving a PhD from a prestigious University in the UK, he is known for something more valuable, the gospel! By the grace of God, his ministry has blessed countless lives, whiles his crusades has visited many countries in the world. In Ghana, he is a household name and a statesman. What many may not know about him is that, he has a cousin, who is also in the ministry and pastors the Word of Life Christian Center, on the Spintex Road and he is Rev.
Lecturer Spills: Taxes are imposed; If You Had Designed The E-levy Well, You Should Have Excelled
A top Economist, Dr. Adu Sarkodie,has said that the government would not have held several town hall meetings on the E-levy if the tax policy was well formulated. The Senior Lecturer also explained that his Professor tells him that taxes are imposed and that no one likes to pay tax but it must be well designed to ensure its effective implementation.
Bawumia Lost Passion For The Economy of Ghana, Therefore Speedily Became An IT Expert
Photo Credit: Otknews The economic situation in Ghana is now a financial warfare. The people of the country are verbally fighting for accountability from governmental executives. You are about to seemingly buy fuel for about 9 Ghana Cedis. Your Ghana Cedi is now about 8 Ghana Cedis useless in the face of the US Dollar.
EIU Report : Political Science Lecturer Explains Why The NPP May Break The 8 Years Rule Tradition
Since the release of the the latest report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) about the chances of the NDC in the 2024 Presidential Elections, there has been mixed reactions to the report.
NPP Stalwart Who Is An Economist Sends Brilliant Message To Gov’t Over ‘Momo’ E-Levy And Causes Stir
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The popularly known Ghanaian politician and New Patriotic Party, NPP Stalwart who is an economist has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly sent another brilliant message to the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo over the introduction of the most anticipated ‘momo’ E-levy in Ghana.
Atta Mills Last Words:Shows How He Trusted In God.
The last words of the Ex President was reveal by his brother.Cadman Mills, on behalf of the family, was asked to give the vote of thanks. The Economist thanked Ghanaians, the armed forces, the officiators, ministers, clergy, and all who contributed to the success of the service. And then proceed to announced, “I would like you, Mr President, to convey to the people of Ghana our deepest gratitude for the words of comfort, for the solace they’ve given us and for the honour done our dear brother. I would also
Ghana's Economist, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia addresses the nation on 7th April.
Mahamudu Bawumia is a Ghanaian economist and former central banker who serves as the 7th Vice President of Ghana in the 4th Ghanaian Republic. He assumed office on 7 January 2017. He was born October 7, 1963 and aged 58 years in Tamale.He had his education in the University of Buckingham (1987)and Tamale Senior High School.
Before and after Pictures of Bawumia that has got Everyone Talking
The Vice President of Ghana Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia appears to be growing quite a large potbelly after being in power for just about 4 years. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia became Vice President of Ghana after winning the 2016 elections as a running mate for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, who was the flagbearer of the party. Pictures of him before his government came into power revealed that the Economist looked finer in a flat tommy than the size of his stomach currently. Many have taken this to mean that the Vice
Focus On Administration And Stop Campaigning -The NPP Cautioned
The Information Minister and the legislator for the Ofoase Ayirebi constituency, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah when briefing the media on Sunday, 21st March, 2021 made a comment about the expectation of the Economist Intelligent Unit ( EIU) that the NDC will win the 2024 general election. Mr. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah speaking
Economist proposes Electronic Commerce Tax to replace E-Levy
Financial expert at the University of Ghana and the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, Professor Charles Ackah is presenting a defense for government to consider an expense on advanced business to supplant the dubious Electronic Transaction Levy. He contends that there are numerous organizations on advanced channels that are not paying the right charges when contrasted with the ones paid by different undertakings in the country.
NPP government likely to face massive fiscal deficits in their return - Economist
The Head of the Economics Department at the university of Ghana, Legon, Professor William Baah-Boateng say's the newly elected government should find ways in dealing with projected fiscal deficits. Speaking on a famous TV show called PM Express, hosted by George Wiafe. He stated that Ghana has never felled off the track record on being of fiscal deficits but has rather earned itself, a track record of falling into fiscal deficits after every successful election year. This seems to be no good news to Ghanaian's
Prof. John Gatsi - The Inflation rate is a response to shocks not mismanagement of the economy
Please click on the + follow button for more exciting articles on a daily basis. Professor John Gatsi has made some awesome points on Connect FM dialogue series . According to the Economist, he would not advise the government on whether to implement E-levy or to go to the IMF but he will prefer to ask the finance minister to exploit multiple revenue streams whilst making sure that there is a fairness principle behind the E-levy .
The propaganda is too much – Economist on Russia-Ukraine war, COVID excuse
Ghana is facing economic difficulties. Ghana visits the IMF. Dr. Acheampong attributes Ghana's problems on overborrowing. According to Dr. Theo Acheampong, the origins of Ghana's current economic difficulties predate both the Russia-Ukraine war and the COVID-19 pandemic. The economist claims that there has been an excessive amount of propaganda produced in an effort to defend the underlying reasons of the current economic crisis, which has had a significant impact on the costs of products and services.
It’s impossible to eradicate poverty – Economist
Financial expert, Dr. Samuel Worlanyo Mensah says endeavors by a few associations to destroy neediness on the planet won't be productive as the circumstance must be decreased. As indicated by Dr. Mensah, such a point is out of reach. Eliminate legitimate obstructions to SMEs enrollment – Economist desires govt Talking on Campus Exclusive on the rear of the worldwide recognition of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, the instructor depicted the objective as an illusion. "I imagine
There is a link between gold smuggling menace and political party financing – Dr. Acheampong
There is a connection between the pirating of gold, the financing of ideological groups and their exercises in the nation, says an Economist and Political Risk Analyst, Dr. Theo Acheampong.He clarified that while the nation's boundaries keep on being permeable, the act of wrongdoings went with it are encouraged by
Free Water And Electricity May Be Counterproductive-Dr Lady Mensah
An Economist, Dr. lady Mensah, says particular of government’s common interventions such was the free dampen and electricity expected at extenuating the force of the Covid-19 pandemic, may take place fund to hurt the control if it does not tread cautiously. Government ahead announced free dampen for three months, and 50 percent discount in electricity and overall non-payment of electricity for salvation clients for April, May and June. But the Finance Minister, knowledge Ofori-Atta, in the Mid-year finances
THE LOVE SERIES: The economist's love. Part 6
Check out the series from its maiden article to fully understand this chapter. Economics deals basically with management to resources to achieve best desired or targeted results. Remember, some people relate with just one of these mentalities, but they are hard to come across. However, most people operate with more than one of the love definitions. The Economist is the most unstable person you will ever fall in love with. Their hearts do not belong to one person. These are the "floating voters" of love, with
Economist Predicts- By The End Of 2022, Government Will Run To IMF.
A Ghanaian economist based in Canada, Dr. Dennis Nsafoah has said it should not come as a surprise when Akufo-Addo's government runs to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this year. According to him, targets in the 2022 budget statement and economic policy of the government are overambitious and unrealistic.