Thursday, 25th November 2021 It will be recalled that the vice president disclosed during one of his lectures that the government had created a total of 750,000 jobs since 2017. But the 2022 budget as presented by Hon. Ken Ofori Atta suggest otherwise. Page 13 of the budget stated that the government has recruited less than 300,000 into the public sector since 2017. This has once again raised the issue of credibility of the vice president. An NDC legislator Hon. John Abu Jinapor has described the NPP as a walking
Taxes and levies have always existed even in ancient civilizations and form an integral part of governance. Countries all over the world derive revenue through taxation and levies, hence the mouthwatering taxation to production promise by candidate Akufo-Addo, who literally begged the electorate to try him, was an opportunity to live up to expectations.
Power age in Ghana has gone through various stages: beginning with diesel generators and independent power supply frameworks claimed by modern mines and production lines, to the hydro stage following the development of the Akosombo dam, and presently to a warm supplement stage fueled by gas and additionally light raw petroleum.
Dr. Ewurah Suleman Kandia Mahama, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Wa East District Assembly, has cut sod for the construction of two irrigation dams at Gilang and Tuasa which are predominantly farming communities in the District. Speaking at the sod-cutting ceremony on Friday, November 19, 2021, the DCE said the dams have come at the right time to augment farming activities in the communities which households and families largely depend on for earning decent living, and especially where rainfall patterns can no longer be predicted.
The Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor has sends another message to Ghanaians today and make some fun about President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's performance in government which could be unfair. Every leader that have gotten opportunity to lead Ghana have made some achievements and president Nana Akufo-Addo could be remembered for many things if he dies today.
There are several water storage dams in the world. These dams are purposely made to generate electricity. In today's article, let us look at the top five dams in the world in terms of how big it is. #5. Guri Dam This is the fifth biggest dam in the world.
The season is not far gone as we can see a lot teams losing their matches. Aduana stars started woefully this season but have picked up the momentum. This 2021/22 season is not waiting for any player to come close. The time and tide is not waiting for anyone.
The long anticipated Basic Education Certificate Examination, B.E.C.E for the year 2021 kickstarts on Monday, 15th November 2021 as students across the length and breadth of Ghana continues with massive preparation towards the exams. Every year there seems to be trending news about certain unwholesome BECE candidates behaviours and practices that raises eyebrows among Ghanaians
Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, also called Rema, has gotten down on DJ Neptune on Twitter following the arrival of a solitary they dealt with together. Rema took to his Twitter page on Friday (November 26th) to communicate his issue with the melody discharge being included on DJ Neptune's new collection Greatness 2.0.
The Director of International Relations of the NDC, Alex Segbefia, has revealed that people in their home towns in the Volta region have told them that a minimum of half a mile of the original Keta is in the sea as a result of tidal waves. Alex Segbefia made this disclosure on 'THE BIG ISSUE' on CITI television yesterday, 13th November 2021, when he acknowledged that tidal waves in Keta are an ongoing phenomenon.
Three days ago I got the shock of my life. I thought I was day dreaming but I wasn't, reality was staring me right in the face. I had written a piece on Facebook pointing accusing fingers at companies, institutions and individuals who sponsor beauty peagents as the ones responsible for the decline of education or the lack of interest in education in recent times.