The fight against road accidents has been a very dicey one. Just as the country believes the fight is being won, then something happens. The past few weeks have seen some serious roads accidents claiming many lives with others sustaining various degrees of injuries. Education about how to reduce or end road accidents are always being trumpeted but it seems the situation is not getting any better.
It appears the new Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. Dampare continue to boost the morale of personnel of the Ghana Police Service with the introduction of many initiatives. The latest innovation by the IGP is the introduction of shuffle services for Police officers accross the Country.
Sandra Ankobiah (conceived May 18, 1983) is a top-shot Ghanaian Attorney. She is additionally a television have, brand force to be reckoned with, business person, and helpful. She is one of the VIP attorneys in West Africa and has associations with numerous compelling individuals in the media, business, and political space.
Never miss any news update from our channel. Kindly tap on the +Follow button on the top right corner of your screen to follow. Who is a Journalist ? As A journalist investigates, collects, and presents information as a news story. There are numerous of Ghanaian male journalists who have made it to the lime light and below are some of the top Ghanaian male journalist.
True Motorists Union, an association made up of over motorists across the country, has rendered unqualified justifications to the former chairman, John Mahama, for campaigning against him. The motorist union explained that little did they know the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government would be asleep to their plight as the complaints about the recent extravagant hikes in energy prices has been putatively ignored.
As more and more people are now using mobile money to transanct business in Ghana, some unscrupulous persons are devicing new ways to defraud people. As the the tricks of these criminals are been discovered, they keep finding new ways to defraud people using mobile money to transanct business.
Construction work on the 1,200 kilometre transnational railway line, linking the Port of Tema in Ghana with Ouagadougou, the capital of neighbouring landlocked Burkina Faso, is set to start within the first three months of the coming year. The project would be implemented on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis.
Operators of tricycles popularly known as pragia, have convened a meeting in Cape Coast to counter restrictions imposed on their activities by the Metropolitan Assembly. Hundreds of these operators storm the jubilee grounds in Cape Coast to discuss a roadmap to a series of actions they would take in the coming weeks.
Get a Ride home, a new business introduced by teachers in the Senior High Schools is booming as teachers defiles the President's statement " Teaching is not a profession to make teachers millionaires, one cannot be a millionaire in the teaching profession. Get a ride home is trending in all the Senior High Schools and teachers are cashing out of it.
In this article, i am going to share with you the 10 most lucrative business ideas you can start in Ghana. Let's get Started. 1 Technology Accessories These days, anyone who sells accessories from mobile phones, computers, laptops,printers,photocopiers and the likes is raking in millions of Ghana cedis.
Before the arrival of the dreaded Covid 19 disease, travelling outside the country of Ghana has been a big deal for many. Even in these times of Covid 19, some sections of Ghanaians do travel in and out of Ghana for reasons such as business, education, vacation and others.
There has been an increase in day light robbery attacks using motorcycles especially in the Greater Accra Region which has become worrying. A good number of these attacks have been recorded in the last few weeks with the most recent attack being at Weija on occupants of a white Mercedes Benz on Friday, September 24, 2021.
Leadership of the Tricycle Riders Association in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region have welcomed the decision by the Ghana Police Service to enforce traffic regulations to curb the spate of road accidents in the region. This follows a report by the Motor Traffic and Transport Division, MTTD, of the Ghana Police Service which pegs 912 deaths out of 2,126 persons who have died through road accidents in the first nine months of 2012 to motorbikes or tricycles.
GPRTU, Transport Union threatens to increase fuel prices by 20% if taxes and levies are not abolished
The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) and Private Road Transport Commercial Operators Union have threatened to increase transport fares by 20 percent if government fails to scrub some levies from petroleum products. According to the GPRTU, government has failed to uphold it's promise of ensuring there's no significant increase in fuel prices.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has started consultative gatherings with pastors of state at the Jubilee House to guarantee that they keep on being on top of his plan for the second term in office. The three-pronged gathering likewise incorporate conversation of their monetary necessities in front of the introduction of the 2022 Budget Statement and to evaluate their work program for the rest of the year. The Director of Communications at the Presidency, Mr Eugene Arhin, unveiled this during an instructions
Money is said to be the legal tender for the transaction of business in every country. The currency of Ghana, just as any other currency of any country is printed in the form of notes or coins. The currencies that are considered to be of a higher value are printed in notes, while those of a lesser value are printed in coins.
Mr. Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku born into the family of football and having love for games, established a colts football club in Accra, Ghana, Shooting Stars FC at the age of 17 years. Mr. Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku had his first tertiary education in the University of Ghana, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1997. He became one of the first volunteer of sports presenters for the cumpus-based radio station, Radio University. As a young man, Kurt became the Chairman of the ever famous Colts club Jawara
The Ghana Society of Road Traffic Injury Prevention (GSIRTIP) is an NGO whose purpose is to reduce road traffic injuries in Ghana. They work to reduce road traffic accidents by promoting road safety awareness and advocating for policies which reduce fatalities. The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) was founded in 2004 with a vision of providing a safe, secure, efficient and sustainable road transport system for all.
Asante Jerry, a Ghanaian teacher and opera news creator, claimed on the eve of his country's independence in the mid-1950s: "We are confidently riding the crest of the wave to greater economic prosperity, greater social and cultural achievements, and eventual independence." We've gotten to this glorious stage thanks to our progressive and efficient transportation infrastructure—thanks to our gradual, almost dramatic shift from a static to a mobile society.
The member of parliament for South Dayi Constituency in the Volta Region, Hon Rockson Dafeamekpor has sends bold message to Ghana school of law today, Thursday, 30th September, 2021. The member of parliament speaking on Metro TV good morning Ghana show stated that he has heard that Ghana school of law has called some student to the Ghana bar Association and denied some students because of not getting the money requested from them.