The The Auditor General has accused four MPs for taking double salaries. These MPs are Alexander Gyan of Kintanpo South, Sylvester Tetteh of Bortiano Ngleshie Amanfro, Jalulah of Pru West and Alhasan Iddi of Salaga North. According to the memo from the Auditor Generals Office, three of these MPs have refunded their monies whiles one has denied the allegation.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Bortianor-Ngleshie-Amanfro and a former Chief Executive Officer of the National Youth Authority (NYA), Sylvester Tetteh, is profusely denying having received double salary payment amounting to Ghs131,000.00 from the Controller and Accountant General’s Department. He expressed deep upset with the allegation, describing this as untrue. “I am greatly disappointed. I am a man of integrity. I have not drawn a double salary." According to the Bortianor-Ngleshie-Amanfro Member
Need just in reveals that some three members of Parliament on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been accused of failing to refund over paid salaries. The three MPs are said to have refused to refund the salaries they were over paid after they were notified by a controller and accountant general’s department.
Three first-term Members of Parliament have been accused of failing to reimburse the state for excessive salary months after the Controller and Accountant General notified them. The MPs in question are Sylvester Tetteh of Bortianor Ngleshie Amanfro, who reportedly took GH131,000, Stephen Jalulah, MP for Pru West, who allegedly grabbed GH119,000, and Alexander Gyan, MP for Kintampo South, who allegedly collected GH119,000. In addition to their present wages as MPs, they earned compensation as past CEOs and DCEs.
The Issues of the payment of double salaries to Member of Parliament, have been in the Ghanaian's system, for some times now;, and the current information coming out reveals that, it has resurfaced again, and some Members of the Ruling NPP are have fallen to it.
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) penalized Marwako Fast Food $750,000 for the claimed food poisoning incident, according to the company's management. This was revealed by Marwako's Public Relations Officer, Mohammed Amin Lamptey, in an interview with TV3 on Monday, June 13 after the FDA issued a press statement earlier in the day indicating that the restaurant's management had unilaterally destroyed the foods under investigation, causing the investigations to be hampered. The Marwako eatery in East Legon has
A massive earthquake has killed dozen of people and left thousand and more injured in Afghanistan, a Taliban official report to BBC today. Pictures show how a landslide and ruined mud built home in eastern of Paktika province,where rescuers have been trying their best to treat the injured people.
The Marwako Fast food has been changed with Gh¢750. 000 by the Food and Drugs Authorities (FDA) for the incident of food poison. They have promised to do what they can to by the instructions given to them by the FDA in order not to have problems with them.
Three Members of Parliament -all under the government party- were recently accused of withholding funds they wrongly received from the state. The three chose to keep those amounts, which ranged between 131,000 Ghanaian cedi and 119,000 Ghanaian cedi, even after being notified by the Controller and Accountant General.
Here are some health benefits of banana. 1. Full of antioxidants Fruits and vegetables are excellent sources of dietary antioxidants, and bananas are no exception. They contain several types of potent antioxidants, including flavonoids and amines. 2. May support heart health Potassium is a mineral that’s vital for heart health, especially blood pressure management.
The Member of Parliament for the Karaga Constituency, Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, has outdoored a discretionary region advancement program for every one of the 33 constituent regions inside the supporters. Each appointive region is expected to get 10,000 Ghana cedis to assist with tending to a portion of the difficulties confronting their particular regions.
A basic school teacher by name Iddi Amin Fredouse has written a very touching letter to the Minister of Education.He is a product of Accra College of Education.He completed in the year 2012.He was the Protocol Prefect in his time.