The president of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has said that the Ministry of Communication will change their minds if they see the data on E-Levy. According to him, if the Ministry of Communication after seeing the data on E-Levy, still goes ahead to deactivate unregistered SIM Cards, then that will be what he calls legendary in incoherent policy making.
Sammy Gyamfi claims posterity is judging the former president, John Dramani Mahama. This is not even the most interesting part of the ongoing trendy comment from the two perosns who have both commented about the former president. Franklin Cudjoe and Sammy Gyamfi have both commented about the activities of John Dramani Mahama but according to Franklin Cudjoe, what should be said should be said at all times.
Just so we are clear, the fact that 80% of people respond in a survey that they will use momo less or that they will reduce their momo transactions does not mean that momo volumes or value will drop by 80%. If the survey respondents each reduced their use of momo by just 1%, then the total value or volume (depending on what you are measuring) would drop by just 0.8%.
IMANI Africa President Franklin Cudjoe was on Heritage FM in Hohoe in the Volta Region. He spoke about the state of the economy and why is it necessary for the President to take Ghana to IMF for a Bailout. According to him the difficulties of many citizens to pay additional taxes are frequently denied by government communicators.
The Fundamentals Are Weak And This Is Not New- This Is Day That The Npp Were Exposed With Their Term
The fundamentals are weak was a phrase initiated by the new patriotic party, Bawumiah to be precise. During his manifesto, Bawumiah made it known to all Ghanaians that he would ensure that his government arrests the dollar. This backfired and had the Ndc teasing him with his own words.
Before the 2016 elections one of the most popular drinks was Kalyppo. Indeed, Candidate Akufo-Addo who was teased by his political detractors as looking like a Kalyppo drink took advantage of it to campaign. In the end, it because a popular trend as people posed with Kalyppo and made videos out of it.
Franklin Cudjoe, the political commentator and writer has shared his opinion on how things are going in our dear country. From spendings that are outrageous to the increment in the prices of items and taxes, everyone is having a feel of the harshness the economy is bringing.
Mr. Franklin Cudjoe, Founding President and Chief Executive Officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, a think tank of global repute has commented that he tried avoiding paying the E-Levy but it's not easy. He has described the E-Levy as "pick pocketing". In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 13th May 2022, he wrote;
The president for IMANI Africa Mr Franklin Cudjoe has quizzed the person advising policy at the ministry of communications and digitalization. According to him, their decision making and communication is poor and unplanned. Following the announcement on the extension of the deadline for sim registration on Sunday 31st July, many kept asking why the ministry has waited until the deadline to extend the time.
Franklin Cudjoe is the Founding President and Chief Executive Officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, a think tank of global repute dedicated to the promotion of the institutions of a free society across Africa. IMANI has been consistently ranked among the top 5 most influential think tanks in sub- Saharan Africa and among the top 100 worldwide.
The President does not want to rock his boat even when the boat is not entirely working - IMANI Prez
The president of IMANI Africa, Mr. Franklin Cudjoe, has stated that president Nana Akufo-Addo is a conservative traditionalist "who doesn't want to rock his boat even when the ship is not entirely working." The statement of Mr. Franklin Cudjoe was in response to the late response of the president of the Republic to the sacking of the Minister of Gender and Children Protection.
Mr. Franklin Cudjoe; the Founder and President of IMANI Center for Policy and Education, has release another attack on the Nana Addo-Bawumia government; regarding the current happenings in the country. In his latest release, Mr. Franklin Cudjoe has stated that, the Nana Addo led NPP government, is largely responsible for current economic woes in Ghana.According to him, he is not surprised with the outcome of latest Afrobarometer survey, which was on the Ghanaian economy, public services, and taxation.
Founding President and chief executive officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, Franklin Cudjoe has shared an excerpt from Free SHS: The costly facts & figures published by IMANI Ghana In a post on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 20th July 2022, he wrote;
The President of IMANI Africa and his team has conducted a survey on the effect of the E-Levy on wealth creation reduction and have come to a conclusion that the amount of wealth wiped out by E-Levy is stupendous." According to Mr Franklin Cudjoe, the available data proved that there have been a massive reduction in momo use which resulted in massive wealth loss.
The President of IMANI Africa, Mr Franklin Cudjoe, has sent a word of caution to the Ministry of Communication and Digitization. It would be recalled that the Ministry of Communication and Digitization led by Ursula Owusu gave a deadline of 31st July, 2022 for everyone to register their sim with Ghana card otherwise the Sim card will be deactivated.
The Executive Director of Imani Africa, Franklin Cudjoe said the government is largely responsible for the recent economic hardship in the country. His comment follows the results of a survey conducted by the Afrobarometer that asserts that the majority of Ghanaians believe the country is heading in the wrong direction and their negative assessments of the country’s economic condition and their living conditions.
Please remember to follow this page for more updates. The Founder and President of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, Mr. Franklin Cudjoe, has also added his voice on the ongoing discussions on the National Cathedral. According to Mr. Franklin Cudjoe, the timing of GH¢25M seed money for National Cathedral, is very worrying.
The President of IMANI Africa, Mr Franklin Cudjoe, has stated that any policy of government that will result in wealth creation reduction such as the case of the E-LEVY should not be toyed with. According to Mr Franklin Cudjoe, the available data indicated that since the introduction of the E-Levy, momo transactions have drastically reduced.
The Founding President and chief executive officer of IMANI Centre for Policy and Education, Franklin Cudjoe has commented that NDC, the largest opposition party in Ghana, should not assume that the 2024 election is a done deal. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Monday, 11th July 2022, he wrote;
The majority of Ghanaians don't think any party's objective should be about winning elections. It should be far from that. What the country needs at this moment is searching for long-term structural solutions to the serious challenges facing the country. It doesn't matter which party wins the election if sound policies are not implemented.