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ECONOMY-FINANCE

"We Are Not Fools"; You Cannot Give The Owner Of The Money 7% And Take Over 70% - Prof Gyamfo fires

A Political Science lecturer at the University of Ghana has hit hard on the government of Ghana for their recent increment of public sector workers salaries. According to Gyampo, Ghanaians are not "fools" to watch the government increase the salaries of Ghanaians by just 7% while the government's agencies who acts as caretakers of the country's resources take over 70%.

  12 days ago ago

POLITICS

"Even If It's 20% Increment, You Still Failed Us" : Ghanaians Lambaste Akufo-Addo

Ghanaians are conspicuously unhappy about the new development announced by the government to increase the salary of all public sector workers by seven (7) percent in this new year 2022 to combat the relative economic hardships caused by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that has bedevilled the nation and other nations across the world.

  10 days ago ago

CAREER-JOBS

Public sector workers to get 7% salary increment.

Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah, made the announcement at the 6th Quadrennial National conference of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) in Kumasi. According to him, Public sector workers will receive a seven percent (7%) salary increment this year.

  7 days ago ago
Public sector workers to get 7% salary increment.

CAREER-JOBS

7% Pay Rise for Public Workers for 2022

The Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Hon. Ignatius Baffour Awuah, has announced that government will increase base pay of public workers by seven percent for the year 2022. Ghanaian public workers over the years have decried and lamented about poor conditions of services including pay rise for so many years but the Minister for Employment and Labour Relations have sparked the excitement and joyful moment for the workers.

  11 days ago ago
7% Pay Rise for Public Workers for 2022

CAREER-JOBS

Hurray, Public Service Personnel to Receive 7% Salary Increment.

you a public servant? If yes then this news is for you and this time is is a good news for you. Over the past 4 years, there has been serious economic hardship in Ghana that has made life unbearable. From hike in oil and gas prices to more than 100% increase in food commodity.

  11 days ago ago
Hurray, Public Service Personnel to Receive 7% Salary Increment.

CAREER-JOBS

New Salary Increment for Ghanaian Workers

The latest good new visiting Ghanaian in the year 2022 has revealed that, Public sector workers in Ghana has received a new salary increment. Revealing this good news to the public, the Minister for Employment and Labor Relations, Honorable Ignatius Baffour Awuah said, Public sector workers will this year receive a seven (7%) percent salary increment.

  13 days ago ago
New Salary Increment for Ghanaian Workers

POLITICS

Next Time You Bring Him To The Show I Will Walk Away – MP Tells Host Of TV Show

The appointment committee is currently vetting the minister designates for the second term of President Akufo-Addo.Yesterday, the minister designate for employment, Ignatius Baffour Awuah.

  11 months ago ago
Next Time You Bring Him To The Show I Will Walk Away – MP Tells Host Of TV Show

SOCIETY

You’ve Not Seen Anything Yet- Man Who Filmed Baffour Awuah’s Accident Declares

When calamity befalls someone, the most humane reaction is to sympathize but this wasn’t the case of the man who filmed the accident of the Minster for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah. The unidentified man savagely justified that the Minister deserves what has happened to him.

  5 months ago ago
You’ve Not Seen Anything Yet- Man Who Filmed Baffour Awuah’s Accident Declares

POLITICS

Tell Us The Truth and Stop Lying to Us- Ghanaian Citizens Cry Out.

Most of the Ghanaian citizens are unemployed and are facing financial difficulties.The ratio of the unemployed citizens is greater than the employed ones.Not so long ago the minister of employment, Hon.

  11 months ago ago
Tell Us The Truth and Stop Lying to Us- Ghanaian Citizens Cry Out.

POLITICS

Extension of Retirement Age: Some Students at The University Of Ghana Say No to Mahama Ayaria’s Plea

The Member of Parliament for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga advocates for extension of retirement age for Public servants and Judicial officers from 60 to 65 years.during the vetting of minister designate for Employment and Labor Relations, Honorable Ignatius Baffour-Awuah.

  10 months ago ago
Extension of Retirement Age: Some Students at The University Of Ghana Say No to Mahama Ayaria’s Plea

POLITICS

I Don’t Know Any Devil Called Protocol -Minister Designate For Employment Brilliantly Reply Haruna

Today Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 saw another day of the ongoing vetting process of the minister designates for president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's second term of Administration. Most of the ministers have been vetted by the appointment committee which includes Minister of Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, National Security Minister-designate, Kan Dapaah. The minister of employment also met the vetting committee today. Haruna Idrissu intelligently questioned the minister-designate for employment about protocols that

  11 months ago ago
I Don’t Know Any Devil Called Protocol -Minister Designate For Employment Brilliantly Reply Haruna

POLITICS

The new retirement age for all government workers - check out the details here.

Click on the (+)follow button for more updates.In Ghana, it is constitutionally amended for all publIc service workers to go on retirement at the age of 60.

  11 months ago ago
The new retirement age for all government workers - check out the details here.

POLITICS

Two MPs survive car crashes in Bono and Volta

Ignatius Baffour-Awuah and Rockson Dafeamekpor were returning from separate funerals on Saturday when the road crashes occurred, but are responding to treatment. Ignatius Baffour-Awuah's car being towed Two MPs, one each from either side of the House, survived separate motor crashes on Saturday in the Bono and Volta Regions.

  5 months ago ago
Two MPs survive car crashes in Bono and Volta

POLITICS

Franklin Cudjoe Jabs Employment Minister-nominee For 'Failing' To Justify Jobs Created By Gov't

IMANI Boss Franklin Cudjoe has taken a swipe at the the Minister-nominee for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah for failing to justify his claims that some three million (3 million) jobs have been created by the Akufo-Addo led government over the past four years. He finds it troubling the nominee's inability to provide a "simple" breakdown of these jobs in the various sectors as propagated. Franklin Cudjoe beleives it's unpardonable for Mr. Baffour Awuah to find an excuse to for his failure

  11 months ago ago
Franklin Cudjoe Jabs Employment Minister-nominee For 'Failing' To Justify Jobs Created By Gov't

CAREER-JOBS

New Daily Minimum Wage For The Years 2021 & 2022. When To Expect Salary Increment.

The National Tripartite Commission has released the National Daily Minimum Wage for the years 2021 and 2022. This is contained in a communiqué signed by the minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour Awuah (for Government), Mr. Daniel Acheampong, president of Ghana Employer Association( for Employers) and Dr. Anthony Yaw Baah, General secretary Trade Unions Congress(for Organized Labour).

  7 months ago ago
New Daily Minimum Wage For The Years 2021 & 2022. When To Expect Salary Increment.

SOCIETY

We Were All In The Car But Unfortunately This Happened- NPP Official Drops Details On The Accident

Bono Regional NPP Communications Director, Seth Asare Bediako has given more details about the accident that happened yesterday and he also made it clear that the Employment and Labour Relations Minister, Ignatius Baffour-Awuah, is now responding to treatment at the Bono Regional Hospital where he was admitted after the accident that happened on Saturday.

  5 months ago ago
We Were All In The Car But Unfortunately This Happened- NPP Official Drops Details On The Accident

POLITICS

NPP and NDC MPs in Separate Road Accident

Is it spiritual or over speeding on our roads as Ghana's Members of Parliament (MP) involved in separate accidents when returning from different funerals in the Volta and Bono Regions. The are Mr. Ignatius Baffour-Awuah and Mr. Rockson Dafeamekpor MPs for Sunyani West and South Dayi respectively.

  5 months ago ago
NPP and NDC MPs in Separate Road Accident

POLITICS

Where Were 3 Million Jobs Created? Ghanaians 'Chase' Employment Minister Designate Over His Comment

As we speak now, there are a lot of graduates and skilled-labor citizens who are unemployed in this country but the most agitating issue is that our leaders continue to use this frustrating issue for propaganda gain. Even teachers and nurses who were trained by government institutions to get direct employment into the public sector are struggling to get their appointment letters and financial clearance to start work. Some of them do not know when their documents will be ready to start work. This afternoon, the

  11 months ago ago
Where Were 3 Million Jobs Created? Ghanaians 'Chase' Employment Minister Designate Over His Comment

CRIME

Ignatius Baffour-Awuah's personal driver arrested for operating police vehicle

The personal driver of Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Ignatius Baffour-Awuah, has been arrested for driving a vehicle belonging to the Ghana Police Service. The driver of the Sunyani West MP was arrested at a filling station near Eusbett Hotel in the Bono Regional Capital, Sunyani at around 12 am Monday dawn, according to Angel FM's reporter Audrey Akosua Tindana. He was using a police pickup vehicle with registration number GP 3329. The name of the driver still remains unknown but reporting the

  1 year ago ago
Ignatius Baffour-Awuah's personal driver arrested for operating police vehicle

JUSTICE

JUST IN: Wages And Salaries To Increase From Today, June 4

In line with section 113 (1)(a) of the Labour Act, 2003 (Act 651), the National Tripartite Committee (NTC) has finally concluded negotiations with it's component organisations to increase the minimum wage for 2021 and that of 2022 in a letter signed and issued on Thursday, June 3.

  7 months ago ago
JUST IN: Wages And Salaries To Increase From Today, June 4