Following the implementation of the newly-reviewed taxes on fuel, the margin on prices of petroleum products went up by 17 pesewas per litre, this has called for an increase in the fares. The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) had announced that it will add a 13 percent increment in the transport fares.
President Akufo-Addo's Government has spent around GHS 21 billion to save monies of Depositors, in effect saving the entire banking and financial ecosystem of Ghana. It is never true that the distressed banks were in need of GHS 9 billion to survive. Whoever would make such analysis that only GHS 9 billion was needed to save the collapsed Banks is mathematically weak, arithmetically impotent and completely ignorant of the banking/financial ecosystem of the Country.
The Founder and Head Pastor of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has been captured in the latest video prophesying into a young man's life.His prophecy has been described by some Ghanaians as another type of Nana Agradaa's type of scam. In the video, the Man of God was seen in his church prophesy into a young man's life that he will receive a lot of money from a white lady he is chatting with online.
The taxes introduced and increase by the Nana Addo-led government have started working and some Ghanaians cannot keep silent on the increment of items due to huge taxes.Ghanaians have already taken onto social media to laments about increased goods and services but as we speak only petroleum prices have been reduced but other items remain increased.
The Asin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong on "The Seat" aired on Net2 television that, Captain Smart bought an electrical items from one of his shops and has not paid in full. According to Kennedy Agyapong, Captain Smart gave him a cheque of GHS 5,000 but was rejected by the bank.
The deputy nominee designate for the finance ministry Mr Charles Adu Boahen has opened up on the amount that the deadly Corona virus pandemic cost Ghana. The deputy ministerial nominee designate for the ministry of finance made the shocking revelation when he appeared before the appointments committee of parliament.
The Bole district magistrate court in the Savannah region, has issued an arrest warrant for the arrest of Bole-based butcher, Sumaila Alhassan for alleged involvement in robbery.Sumaila Alhassan, who is believe to be around 25 years of age is wanted by the Ghana Police Service in Bole for his alledged role in armed robbery activities in the area.
It is good to have a local competitor in our cement industry, but Ghanaians should desist from premature excitement.It is understandable that citizens might see Dzata as a saviour in this unfortunate era of price spikes.However, the company has not yet confirmed the cost per unit of their product.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has demonstrated that Ghanaians who are to get the second portion of the Covid-19 immunizations may encounter some results. Tending to the press on Tuesday in front of Ghana's second period of its immunization program, GHS Director-General Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye expressed that migraine, fever and body torments may endure notwithstanding encountering them in the wake of taking the principal poke.
The Ghana Health Service’s(GHS) exercise to roll out the second phase of the AsrtZeneca vaccines in the fight against COVID-19 on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, was fraught with delays at the various vaccination centres across the country At the Legon clinic and Adabraka Poly Clinics vaccination centres participants were left stranded without any proper explanation to them.
Ghanaians in recent times have complained of the high cost of cement.Most people have called for the support of Dzata cement irrespective of individual political affiliations.The country currently has four cement companies.These are Ghacem, Dangote, CIMAF and Diamond cement brands.Management of the newly established cement plant at Tema Dzata cement, has emerged to make some clarifications about the projected price of its new product.
Welcome to my page.Please follow me for more updates.The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has refuted reports that the 'Sewum' Health Center in the 'Aowin' District of the Western North Region is seeing an increase in the number of babies born with deformities.
Ghana Health Service (GHS) has announced the deployment of biometric devices in gathering the data of persons who take the jabs to ensure equity in the distribution of the vaccines across the country.GHS has engaged the services of a biometric deployment company from the United Kingdom(UK) by the name of Simtrix to deploy the biometric machines for the gathering of the data of persons who take the second jab and persons who are to take the jabs for the first time.
Ghana will begin the second period of the COVID-19 inoculation practice on Wednesday, May 19, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has said. Conveying his 25th broadcast address to the country on measures his administration has set up to battle against the novel Coronavirus, the President demonstrated that, the inoculation exercise will occur in 43 locale.
Kwabena Acquah, a well-known thief and convicted rapist, is being held by the Juaboso Police Command on charges of sexually assaulting two siblings and another unrelated crime.Adom FM and Adom TV confirms his arrest.Suspect Acquah was accused of attacking the sisters and rapping one at knifepoint at Sefwi Boinzan on March 27, 2021.
The issue of the culture of silence is still an issue in Ghana.There are many Ghanaians who believe that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his associates have created an atmosphere of fear hindering the media to freely criticize the wrongs in his government.Some radio stations including Radio Gold and XYZ were closed down by the National Communication Authority in May 2019.
The Ghana health service is celebrating child health and promoting child health service.This year's edition of the exercise comes with the theme " sustaining child health service in the midst of Covid-19.However, Madam Yvonne Turkson who is a Senior community health nurse at lemusson Community hospital in the Gomoa East of the Central Region said this exercise is organised annually to promote the health of children and educate the nursing mother's on how to breastfeed their babies and the kind of foods to be given to their children every month.
Private transport operators in the country have agreed to increase fares by 20percent.This increment they say takes effect from Monday May 17.from The increment comes on after a series of engagement amongst member unions comprising Ghana committed drivers union, truth drivers union, international drivers road transport union, concerned drivers association.
Ginel Asamoah, a student of Serwaa Nyarko Girls SHS needs urgent assistance from the Ghana Education Service and the general public.Ginel Asamoah was placed in the above mentioned school by the Computerised School Selection and Placement System with accommodation status being Day although she opted for Boarding, considering the financial straits that her family faces.
The Presidential Advisor on Health has warned that it is not advisable to mix the vaccines for the fight against the spread of the deadly Coronavirus disease.According to Dr Nsiah-Asare, the vaccine namely AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine And the Russian Sputnik V vaccine cannot be mixed during vaccination.