Why is Ofori Atta Deceiving Ghanaians?
Ghana’s finance minister, Ken Ofori has been in joyous mood since the approval of the IMF loan. His tweet account has been all encapsulating on the approval deal. In his latest statement on the subject, minister Ofori Atta again showed his boisterous disposition by arguing that the approval offers an indication how Ghana can easily enter the international capital market for more funds.
NPP's Atick Yakubu Writes: It's Time For Akufo-Addo To Sacrifice Ken Ofori-Atta As We Did For Him
New Patriotic Party Activist, Atik Yakubu has asked Akufo-Addo to sacrifice Ken Ofori-Atta's position as the Finance Minister as the party did for him. In a post shared on his official Facebook page today, he wrote; "At first it was 80 NPP MPs wanting Ken Ofori Atta out.
Exposed: Isaac Adongo Drops Revelation About The Bond Market That Has Got People Talking
The member of parliament for Bolgatanga Central constituency, Honourable Isaac Adongo has dropped some revelations about the Bond Market and what Ken Ofori Atta and his deputy did. His revelation has got people talking on social media. In an interview on Newsfile show on Joy News this morning, Honorable Adongo revealed that Ken Ofori Atta and his deputy nominated a total of 17 non-bank financial institutions for the bond market.
Ken Ofori ‘Speechless’ As Minority Perform This Activity After Mid-Year Budget Reading
Ken Ofori Atta today, Monday, July 25, 2022 gave a brief statement on a review of the mid-year budget. After the brouhaha over the weekend as a result of the 10th anniversary of the death of Atta Mills, many foresee more trouble brewing. Already over 100 Minority MPs have signed a motion of censure to remove Ken Ofori Atta, the Finance Minister from office for mismanaging the coffers of the country.
More Evidences Out And A Clear Conflict Of Interest Case In This Government Has Been Cited
Every government or democracies tries its maximum and possible best to reduce cases and scenarios of conflicts of interest. This is because such cases has some rippling effects on a "fought for" democracy and the principle of accountability. Such issues also carries some legal consequences. After some time when Nana Addo appointed Finance Minister, Ken Ofori and Adu Boahen as Deputy Finance Minister in 2017, the National Democratic Congress has continuously been blowing the whistle on conflicts of interest cases associated with these two people.
"You Just Got It Wrong, My Brother" - Majority Chief Whip Serves Strong Notice
The member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyir constituency, Honorable Frank Annoh Dompreh, who doubles as the majority chief whip has served a strong notice to an NDC MP for making a comment about the Finance Minister. Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor, MP for South Dayi constituency posted a picture of Ken Ofori Atta and captioned the picture as "This posture is the true state of our economy".
Finance Minister Did Not Come To Seek Parliamentary Approval - Alexander Afenyo Markin
The Deputy Majority Leader of Parliament, Alexander Afenyo-Markin said the finance minister Ken Ofori Atta did not come before the house with a budget for approval because he was not seeking to spend beyond allocations already approved, hence did not need to seek further approvals from the House.
Ghanaians Massively React After Ken Ofori Atta Was Told To Resign In Parliament
There was a bit of drama in parliament this afternoon when the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta presented the mid-year budget. The budget is the plan of government in monetary terms which shows the income to be generated and also the expenses to be incurred and how the resources would be allocated to such expenses.
NABCO Personnels To Take Advantage Of YouStart Initiatives To Build Entrepreneural Nation - Ken Ofor
The finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta said that The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Personnels are to take advantage of YouStart initiatives and other opportunities available to build an entrepreneur Nation as they exit the NABCO program on the 1st of September, 2022. “As they exit, the current cohort on the program are encouraged to take advantage of YouStart initiative and other existing programs in our drive to build an Entrepreneurial Nation.”
Why The NPP Left Nana Addo To Be 'Talking Anyhow' To Ghanaians.
The Republic of Ghana, currently under President Nana Addo; his Vice Dr. Bawumia and Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta is current in great turmoil. The country has been driven into a state, that appears like the state of great disturbances, confusions, and uncertainties. As the Nigerian's popular sayings goes; 'he who the gods wishes to destroyed, are first stricken with madness'; and surely, this is the current state of the NPP, under this leadership.
Post us now- Nurses lament as Ken Ofori Atta set to read the mid-year budget review.
Before Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta presented the 2022 Mid-year budget review, some irate trained nurses protested outside Parliament. After three years of being at home without a job, the unemployed teenagers claim they have now become a burden to their families and are tired of it. After nearly three years of persistent silence from their bosses, they claim that picketing outside of Parliament will be their final option for getting the government to pay attention to their request.
Ghana Government to reintroduce toll collection on new roads
25 July 2022 Ghana Government to reintroduce tolls on new roads which has been built This would be part of the strategy to raise money to cover the construction of new roads through private public partnership agreement under Ghana investment fund (GIIF) Finance minister, Ken Ofori atta made this revelation the 2022 mid year budget review for parliament today.
Applaud The Finance Minister For What He Did: Paul Adom Finally Defends Ken Ofori Atta; Reactions
Paul Adom Otchere has defended the Finance Minister for his presentation on the mid year budget review statement. According to Paul Adom Otchere, even though the minority has lambasted Mr. Ken Ofori Atta for how he has managed the economy, the Majority in Parliament remained pleased with how the Finance Minister delivered it.
Fitch Downgrades Ghana Again From 'CCC' To 'CC'; Social Media Users Massively React
News coming in indicates that Fitch has downgraded Ghana’s long-term local and foreign-currency issuer default ratings to 'CC' from its previous rating of 'CCC'. This is the second time in 2022 that the rating agency has downgraded the country to such status. This announcement was made by Fitch on Friday, 23rd September, 2022.
The Economic 'Wizard' Has Become An IT Comical Champion:Scrap E-Levy And Other 'Nuisance' Taxes Now
At a Press Conference organised by the National Democratic Congress, Sammy Gyamfi has made some strong statements targeted at improving the economic situation. Sammy Gyamfi has stated that Ken Ofori Atta and Dr. Bawumia seem to have given up on managing the economy hence projecting an inflation of 28.5 percent.
Report: fSHS, health care, road toll update. This is a painful one for me to report, Ken Ofori tells
The mid-year budget review was delivered to Parliament today, July 25, by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, in accordance with regulations to give a review after the first half of the fiscal year. Ken Ofori Atta is expected to provide insight on IMF talks, the e-levy, present economic difficulties, and other topics.
Ken Ofori Atta Presented The 2022 Mid-year Budget Review.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta delivered the 2022 Mid-Year Budget Review in Parliament on Monday. Ken Ofori-Atta said the government is “committed to staying within the appropriation for 2022". The Overall Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for 2021 grew strongly by 5.4 per cent compared to 0.5 percent recorded in 2020 and the revised 2021 annual target of 5.1 per cent, presenting the budget in Parliament today, he provided information on macroeconomic developments for the first nine months of the 2021 fiscal year.
Give Actual Free SHS Expenditure; Eduwatch Tells Ofori Atta
Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) has identified inconsistencies in the figures put out by the government of Ghana as investments in the Free Senior High School (SHS) programme. The Finance Minister, while delivering the Mid-Year Budget Review in Parliament on July 25, 2022, said that GH¢ 5.3 billion has been invested to enable 1,261,495 Ghanaian children to access secondary education under the Free SHS programme from 2017 to 20221.
EduWatch Charged Finance Ministry To Give Details Of Strategies Taken To Solve Food Shortage In SHS
EduWatch is calling on the Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta to give details of strategies taken to solve the poor disbursement of funds for feeding under the Free Senior High Schools program. According to the executive director of African Education Watch, Kofi Asare said the finance Minister has failed to address the issue during the mid-year budget presentation in parliament.
What becomes of the Ghanaian economy after the IMF bail out?
Ghana has been trending all over the world when news broke that they will be going to International Monetary Fund for bail out. Bail out is when you seek for help financially from available means but the question that people have been asking themselves is that 'What went wrong'.