The MP for North Tongu Okudzeto Ablakwa has stated that the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, and his 'solid' economic team would eternal be remembered as IMF - Inept Mahamudu Failed" Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa who described the vice president as incompetent said, the Vice President who told Ghanaians that the Late Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur and his economic team were incompetent and went ahead to assure Ghanaians that he had an effective economic management team that can deliver has now failed to answer the same questions he threw at the Late Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur on the economic.
On Thursday, June 30, former President John Dramani Mahama delivered a speech on the economy in Accra. The e-levy, the economy, and public debt were among the topics he addressed. Unmoving trees President Akufo-Finance Addo's Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, has been requested by Mahama to be sacked and the "dead woods" removed from his administration. "This crisis necessitates the President's use of a few of the items in his toolbox. Get rid of the numerous dead woods that have turned ministries into their personal
Joy Business has confirmed that President Akufo-Addo has instructed the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, to start official negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for an economic agenda. The decision to work with the IMF was communicated to President Akufo-Addo in a conversation with Kristalina Georgieva, according to a letter dated July 1, 2022 and signed by the information minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. "The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has been given permission by the President of the
Despite our current economic challenges faced by the New Patriotic Party [NPP], it can be commendable that they've done their part to salvage the fallen-away economic growth. The International Monetary Fund [IMF] as it stands now will consider the consistent global situations, being COVID and the Russia-Ukraine war, and not because they've mismanaged the economy.
The National Communication Team Member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ernest Adade reacts to the failure of the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) and says he will not agree with those who claim the tax has failed. According to Ernest Adade, the expenditure of a country declines when there are insufficient funds in the country and all is due to economic factors.
The current situation in the country has forced Akufo-Addo administration to go back to IMF so, below are some reactions from Ghanaians about the decision. "These people can insult Ghanaians paaa ooo. If majority of us do not have academic credentials in economics or never took a semester course in economics can be easily deceived that cannot be said of people who have knowledge in the field of economics.
The president of Ghana through the ministry of information has made it know that Ghana will go to IMF.for support. International Monetary Fund, IMF works with its members by supporting them with economic policies that promote the financial stability and corporation. In previous time's, the finance minister on countless occasions said they will never go for an IMF program despite the economic hardships.
The activities of fraudsters' of late is not just in one area but across all fields. They consistently keep devising means of taking advantage of innocent citizens. An alert by the the Economic and Organised Crime Unit indicates that, these fraudsters' are again are invading people's account through the linkage of Ghana card with their banks
It is hard to think of a leader from Africa who has been more educated than Robert Mugabe. He studied at the University of Fort Hare in South Africa and then went on to get a law degree from Liverpool University in England. Mugabe was also a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University in England, where he took courses in economics, sociology and politics.
Readers can recall how the Arise Ghana Demo publicly requested for the resolution of various economic issues. The Demonstration was organised by some civil society organisations as well as other political parties. Former President John Mahama has also made some wild revelations at the official launch of the Think Progress Ghana.
Paul Boateng, a security analyst, has cautioned the administration about current economic difficulties, stating that the nation would not survive the end of 2024 as a democratic state. Following recent protests by the youth to voice their discontent at what they described as deteriorating economic conditions in the country, Mr. Boateng claims that the nation's democracy is in danger.
Good news has hit the National Democratic Congress party today as one of their National executives has announced that he is a PhD holders of one of the top courses in the world. Yesterday, he brought to the notice of Ghanaians that he will have his PhD Oral examination today at exactly 2:00 pm and after the oral exams, he would be awarded a PhD degree in Applied Agricultural Economics and Policy.
A presidential candidate who has also contested for the Presidency a number of times, Akwasi Addai Odike has boldly revealed unexpected secrets about the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. He revealed that Bawumia is “good for nothing” when it comes to economic management. He revealed that Bawumia has failed woefully in his position as the head of economic management team.
Fixthecountry Conveynor Oliver Barker-Vormawor has revealed that, the United Kingdom is experiencing shortage of workers yet he prefer to stay in Ghana. He disclosed that U.K has more than a million job vacancies waiting to be filled. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 17th June 2022, he wrote;
Finland-based Ghanaian Eric Nyamekye has revealed that he built a house within the first two years of his stay in Finland. Speaking on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Eric indicated that he would choose the Northern European country over US or UK. He added that it is the best place for any hardworking person to work and succeed in a short time.
A guy on social media has taken to his twitter page to share the quantity of cooking oil he bought for five cedis. Many people across the world are complaining about the hike in general prices for goods and services. Some countries blames the economic hardship to the Russia Ukraine war. Others also attribute economic hardship to non performance of the government of the day. In Ghana, many people believes the recent economic hardship is as a result of Covid-19 which led to many people losing their jobs and non
Fixthecountry Conveynor Oliver Barker-Vormawor has asserted that Harvard school of law thought him that the study of law is to positively impact society and not to make money but Ghana school of law has thought him that lawyers must be rich at all cost no matter the means it takes. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 22nd June 2022, he wrote; "Harvard Law School taught me that the purpose of law school is for us to impact society positively and change society for the better. Not make
The University of Professionals Studies- Accra has gotten a new university Chancellor. Dr. Kofi Koduah Sarpong is the new chancellor who was sworn in by the vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and other dignitaries on Thursday, 16th June, 2022. The vice president of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has reacted to this in a Facebook post and has made it clear that he expects Dr. K. K. Sarpong's steward to keep soaring the university higher and higher. "Dr. K.K. Sarpong takes up this distinguished role with
A popular member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) communications team in the Ashanti Region has boldly sent a strong message to the ruling New Patriotic Party over economic management of the country. He revealed that the NPP should never compare themselves with the NDC because the NDC is always better than them.
I know there is a market out there in which we are to go and sell our product (presidential candidate) for power in 2024. That’s why I always lift my argument above pettiness and flimsy reasons. The most important issue to consider in the selection of a presidential candidate, isn’t who has done what or whose time it is.