Host of Newsfile on Joy News, Samson Lardy has served a strong notice to some politicians who are using their social media platforms to "fire" Martin Kpebu for what he said at Joy News a week ago. According to Samson Lardy, what Martin Kpebu said on his show is the truth.
Martin Kpebu, a private lawyer trended this week after he made some accusations against President Akufo-Addo. On Newsfile last week he cited the President’s promise to fight corruption and how this has turned to be a deceit. Martin boldly alleged that Akufo-Addo himself is corrupt.
Today's episode on Newsfile on Joy News was a massive one because of the debate between two key guests who were invited for the show. John Jinapor and Afenyo Markin were the guests for the show and they both helped in the discussion of several trending issues in the country.
“ Let’s Say It With All Our Energy”- Lawyer Martin Kpebu Spits Out The Bitter Truth About Nana Addo.
Ghana has been losing a huge number of state funds through the indiscipline acts some of the government officials exhibit. This includes fund embezzlement, fake projects and general corruption. Recently, the Ghana Statistical Service made a report on their findings in a chronological manner, the most corrupt agencies in the country.
The Director of Electoral Services at the Electoral Commission (EC) has said that the choice to utilize the Ghana Card as the sole recognizable proof for enrolling imminent citizens is to forestall confusion at surveying stations. As indicated by Dr. Serebour Quaicoe, the disarray that encompassed the 2020 decisions was for the most part about who is qualified to cast a ballot.
Over the past week issues relating to government’s U-turn on seeking help from the International Monetary Fund has been trending. This has suddenly become important because government and her communicators had vehemently opposed the idea of going to the international lending agency. Ministers and government MPs went from station to station making it clear that they wanted nothing to do with the IMF.
Felix Ofosu Kwakye, aide to former president, John Mahama has served a strong notice to the general public to disregard some information about NDC's position on the IMF programme. In his recent post on Facebook, Felix Ofosu Kwakye revealed a post that was made by one media house reporting that the minority will be meeting the IMF in the coming days to convince them to tell the NPP government to cancel the Free SHS education and also all training allowances.
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below. Please follow me for more updates. The Honorary Vice President of policy think tank Imani Africa, Bright Simmons has boldly revealed surprising details about the Achimota Forest Reserve. He mentioned that about 70% of the forest is no more for Ghana.
Maximus Ametorgoh, a technology analyst, has demanded that the deadline for SIM re-registration be eliminated. He says he doesn't think the deadline is necessary. Speaking during a Newsfile interview on Saturday, Mr. Ametorgoh suggested that the government look for a mechanism to register those who are unable to meet the deadline.
We Were Protecting It: Former NDC Minister Eats Humble Pie In The Achimota Forest Brouhaha [Details]
The experienced former Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Inusah Fuseini, has revealed that the NDC government, in 2011, made plans to convert the Achimota Forest into an eco-tourism facility. According to him, this was the then government’s way of protecting the forest from further encroachment, sale or alienation.
Popular Investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni has asserted he can never say Gabby Otchere-Darko is intolerant even though they hardly agree on any issues pertaining to governance and politics. He said that journalist in Ghana are not asking to be loved but they are just asking to be tolerated.
According to Lawyer Martin Kpebu after the recent Ghana corruption survey, Akufo-Addo and Bawumia will get the loudest applause if they resigned immediately. Speaking on Newsfile, the astute lawyer said there is the need to try someone else because both Bawumia and Nana Addo have not been able to solve the problem of corruption in the country.
President Akufo-Addo has come under fire from private attorney Martin Kpebu for the "poor management" of the nation's finances. He asserts that Ghanaians now think former President Mahama is more competent than the current president because of the latter's poor performance. The economic crisis and the "President's lack of willpower to combat corruption," according to Martin Kpebu on Newsfile on Saturday, have made John Mahama seem like a "saint."
Afenyo Markin, the Deputy Majority Leader, was subjected to a barrage of probing questions from the Newsfile panelists on Saturdays in the Joy FM studios. On the program, Afenyo Markin discussed the accomplishments of the government and how, despite their best efforts, they ultimately had to give in to the IMF.
Martin Kpebu, a private legal practitioner Martin Kpebu, a private attorney, claims that President Akufo-Addo is implicated in corruption and associated actions that have been brought to light throughout his administration. He claims that an ongoing problem at the Northern Development Authority (NDA) involving some purported signature forging in a case involving ten million rupees has gone unaddressed.
According to Kofi Asare, executive director of Africa Education Watch, the government spends between GHS1.3 billion and GHS1.4 billion annually to feed pupils enrolled in senior high schools as part of the Free SHS policy. He claims that just feeding children consumes 70% of the government's money for the Free SHS policy.
Prof Godfred Alufar Bokpin, a finance professor at the University of Ghana Business School, has warned Ghanaians to expect further suffering. He predicted that the present economic downturn would last for a long period. "Looking at the current measures incorporated in the 2022 budget, as well as the improved measures and the production, both in terms of debt sustainability drive and many other things, it doesn't look so good," he remarked on Newsfile on Saturday, June 18.
In an interview with Samson Lardy Anyenini on the Newsfile programme on Joy News, Manasseh Azure has raised concerns about the posture of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo when it comes to attacks on journalists. The ace journalist pointed to the murder of the investigative journalist, Ahmed Suale when he was openly threatened by a top politician in the ruling government.
Following the speed with which the Akuffo Addo led government wants to complete the National Cathedral as scheduled by the end of 2024. The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Hon. Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa has asked the president, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo to slow down as the cost involved will drain the nation drastically.
Professor Godfred Alufar Bokpin, a finance and economics professor at the University of Ghana, has questioned the impact of the government's flagship Planting for Food and Jobs initiative, given the country's present economic woes. "Where is the food and where are the jobs?"