A popular National Democratic Congress (NDC) party member, who is part of the national communication team has told Ghanaians that, the current government led by President Akufo Addo has has nothing to offer Ghanaians again. Today on Adom TV's Badwam show the discussions and views from the two panelists were very surprising but educative to some extent. The host of the show, Omanhene Kwabena Asante hosted two panelists from the two major political parties in the country and their focus was on the current issues
The Minister of Finance, Hon. Ken Ofori Atta yesterday, 25th July 2022 revealed in Parliament that the government has concluded to review the agreement made on tollbooths. Many Ghanaians have attributed this sudden change in the collection tolls to the failure of E-Levy. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has now become a laughing stock as their rival, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is mocking them for being incompetent.
Imani Africa's vice president According to Mr. Bright Simons, the government disregarded the market's warning signals, which led S&P Global Ratings to downgrade Ghana's foreign and domestic currency sovereign ratings on Friday, August 5, from B- to CCC+/C, further pushing the country's debt into speculative territory.
The Volta Aluminum Company Limited is a fully owned Ghanaian company that manufactures aluminum products. It was founded under the leadership of Ghana's first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. It was dormant for a while before the previous administration brought it back to life so that it could reclaim its proper place in the nation's alumina melting process. In the future, in June 2020, the president named Mr. Kelvin Kwaku Yeboah as the interim executive director of the Valco Trust Fund. It should be noted
Government has lifted the prohibition on the development of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) stations in the country. This comes on the rear of a strike activity by Gas big hauler drivers and LPG Marketing Companies which has prompted the shortage of gas for homegrown and business use the nation over. Aside from their unfortunate working circumstances, they likewise refered to the prohibition on the development of service stations the nation over as a significant justification for their strike. They compromised
In an effort to lessen food insecurity in Ghana, the Chartered Institute of Agriculture, Ghana (CIAGH) has proposed what it sees as strategic measures. This initiative, which was approved by the institute's registrar, Kennedy Ashiagbor, comes at a time when there is a global food scarcity as a result of the continuing Russia-Ukraine conflict disrupting the food supply chain.
Some Public Sector Workers in Upper West Region and Other Parts of Savannah Region have been alarmed by attempts by Bayport financial company to withhold their monies. According to the Customers, the Company took their details and processed loans on their payslip portals since Friday 15th, July 2022. They Narrated that after the loan had been processed Bayport has since given them deadlines and have failed to credit their accounts, according to some customers the national contact of the Company has since failed
One of the unforgettable memories of the The Late John Evans Atta Mills as President was the moment when he stormed the Tema Harbour unannounced just to see for himself and confirm the rumors he heard about corruption and bribery scandals that took place over there then. Atta Mills set that precedence and today, Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, followed suite, but not with the capacity and intention Atta Mills had.
Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof Opoku Amankwa has visited most Senior High Schools (SHS) in the Eastern Region to observed the preparation of the schools ahead of of upcoming WASSCE examination. The schools he visited includes Oda Senior High School, Achiase Senior High School, Aprade Senior High School among others.
Public Relation Officer PRO for Ministry of Education, Mr Kwasi Kwarteng has noted that food been supplied by Buffer Stock Company to Senior High Schools in the 16 Regions can last for two weeks. He said that, recently some food has been supply by Buffer Stock Company to some Senior High Schools in the Region and more are on the way to help mitigate the challenge.
Due to a lack of basic food supplies in the Adutwum-led education sector in the country, some secondary schools have been compelled to plan meals so that breakfast and lunch can be taken together, while other schools have decided to forego the breakfast completely. Since then, the sector minister has been spotted eating and drinking with students in their dining halls as part of his public relations effort at senior high schools.
The controversy surrounding the deal to buy the social network Twitter has long been one of the central themes of 2022. The head of the Binance exchange was not left out. Changpeng Zhao expressed the opinion that the price that was announced by Musk was slightly overstated. As is often the case with Twitter, it all started with a discussion of the social network's algorithms.
According to Peter Attah Gyamfi, the Eastern Region Chairman of the Conference of Heads of Assisted Senior High Schools (CHASS), 2,838 bags of rice and sugar have been supplied by the National Food Buffer Stock Company to 25 schools in the Region. He is hopeful that more of the necessary supplies will be given to the remaining over 70 senior high schools in the Region that have not yet received food supplies.
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Kofi Asare, the executive director of the think tank organization Africa Education Watch, has questioned the wisdom of spending enormous sums of money on providing boarders at the senior high level while many schools all throughout the nation still lack the most basic facilities. The senior high school food shortage, according to the Education Minister's report to Parliament on Wednesday, is the result of significant debt owed to the buffer stock company.
Dr. Clement Apaak, the Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Committee of Parliament, has ask the president to release the monies they approved for the National Food Buffer Stock to be paid in full. This statement comes on the back of the Minister for Education, Dr Yaw Osei Afutwum's revealation on Wednesday, July 21, that government owes Buffer Stock an amount of GHS340 million.
At the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Ghana has joined more than 154 other nations to take part in this year's Transforming Education Summit (TES) which president know it will benefit Ghanaians as well as our education and to help the people of Ghanaias learned and upcoming learned to help build the foundation of those who are just starting schooling.
Dr. Yaw Osei-Adutwum, Minister of Education, has confirmed that the government owes the National Food Buffer Stock Company a total of GH¢ 340 million. The government's debt to the company, among other factors, has resulted in a food shortage in some of the country's high schools.
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Ghana's Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has assured the Ghana National Food Buffer Stock Company that the government will pay its debt. He revealed in Parliament that the government owes the company GH340 million, but added that GH327 million has already been paid to the Buffer Stock this year to enable them to supply food to schools.