A Ghanaian Policy Analyst, Bright Simons, who is also the founder of mPedigree has thrown a big blow to the government after revealing that the very brand design and features of the overly hyped National Identity Card popularly known as the Ghana Card has been borrowed and that government had to pay the originators of the features of the national document.
There is a public outcry all over social media in relation to the message sent by Guaranty Trust (GT) Bank which suggests that it will no longer accept 20 and 50 paper notes. This message was widely received by the bank's customers across the country which says that effective 31st August 2022 the bank will no longer accept the 20 and the 50 paper notes.
The Economic Management Team, the Bank of Ghana, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Minerals Commission and PMMC met with the Ghana Chamber of Mines this morning to draw a roadmap for the implementation of the Bank of Ghana’s Gold Purchase Program across the industry.
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About two months ago, the member of Parliament for fanteakwa South constituency on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party, NPP, Hon. Kofi Okyere Agyekum popularly known in his constituency as Hon. Arafat revealed in a phone interview with Obido on Radio 1 that delibrations are far reached to see a contractor on fanteakwa South roads within 2 months.
The issuance and acquisition of the National Identification Card popularly known as the Ghana card is the basis for the current challenges confronting the SIM re-registration which has affected millions of Ghanaians. It is the only valid ID that is suitable for application for a bank account, passport, telephone number, property acquisition, driver's license, and many more.
A few monetary organizations are as yet confronting serious troubles five years after the public authority burned through GH¢21 billion in a monstrous tidy up exercise to reestablish the business in the groove again. This time, the public authority expects between GH¢7 billion and GH¢8 billion to manage the most recent improvement which the national bank depicts as a migraine since a year ago.
Ghanaian business mogul and CEO of Progeny Ventures International, Dr. Kofi Amoah, has made a huge revelation about the Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, and his actions that led the country to resort to the IMF for support. It would be recalled that a few months ago, the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, asked the Finance Minister to engage the IMF for support because the economy was not doing well financially.
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The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released 127,999 pin codes for eligible Ghanaian final year students from all accredited tertiary institutions in the country to register for their mandatory national service for the 2022/2023 service year. The scheme website has been given to the eligible final year student to access their pin codes from today Monday 25th July 2022 with their respective index numbers and Date of birth.
Did Government Do This? “Government Prints GH¢22 Billion Without Parliament’s Knowledge - Ato Forson
According to a guru of the National Democratic Congress, NDC and a former Deputy Finance Minister, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson, he has alleged that the Government of the Republic of Ghana has printed GH¢22 Billion worth of money, in new currency notes. The former Deputy Finance Minister has shown much concern and interest in this because, according to him Parliament has no knowledge of this.
Chair of the Covid-19 Trust Fund, Madam Sophia Akuffo has said that the Trust Fund doesn't get funds in real money. She said they attempt however much as could reasonably be expected to deter individual from giving to the Fund in real money. Rather, she said givers ought to do as such through checks.
Under Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo's administration, disputes frequently surface in relation to the various banks that the government forced to fail. The major cause of Group Nduom Bank's (GN BANK) failure has been revealed by Captain Smart, who can no longer tolerate it.
Two driving figures vested in Money in Parliament have conflicted over the supposed printing of GH¢22 billion by the Bank of Ghana for infusion into the economy. Positioning Part on Money, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson originally made the charge on Monday and rehashed same on the floor of Parliament on Tuesday accusing the increasing expansion rate on that action by the National Bank
The Bible made it clear that, we must know the truth and the truth will set us free. There is a particular adage in our local language which means that, the truth cannot be hidden forever. We must learn to move with the truth always.
The Finance Ministry has disproved claims that the Bank of Ghana has printed GHS22billion without parliamentary endorsement. The Minority Spokesperson on Finance, Mr Cassiel Ato Forson made the case at a public interview after the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta had conveyed the Mid-Year Budget Review to Parliament on Monday, 25 July 2022.
Former Deputy Finance Minister, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson has blamed the public authority for empowering the Bank of Ghana to print a measure of GH¢22 billion without Parliamentary endorsement. As per him, the new cash notes were printed among January and June 2022. The data, as indicated by Dr Forson, is concealed on page 97 of Appendix 2a of the Mid-year spending plan under the segment on Bank of Ghana.
National Venture Bank ends arrangement of all agreement staff. The National Venture Bank, (NIB), has ended the arrangement of all agreement staff. A letter of end sent to the influenced staff read to some extent "that administration has chosen to end your agreement on June 30, 2019." The letter included that the influenced staff must hand over "their Staff ID, Friday wear and other corporate embellishments" to the executives and continue on a terminal Seven days leave at the very latest June 21, 2019.
The organizer and head of the National Liberation Congress (NLC) party, Stephen Atubiga, has proposed the foundation of banks for every area of Ghana's economy to work with advancement. The remark of the legislator came on the rear of the financial difficulty the nation has been encountering, devastating organizations which are attempting to remain above water, stirring things up around town to request improvement in their jobs.
Chair of the Covid-19 Trust Fund, Madam Sophia Akuffo has said that the Trust Fund does not acquire cash in cash. She said they are trying as much as feasible to discourage humans from donating to the Fund in coins. Rather, she stated individuals need to do so via cheques.