Political Science lecturer, professor Ransford Gyampo has taken a swipe at goverment over the decision to buy new and bigger jet for presidential travels. The Director or Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin told the media on Monday that plans are far advanced by goverment to purchase a bigger plane that would save cost and also bring an end to the recent brouhaha emerging from presidential trips.
The Secretary to the University Teachers Association, Prof Ransford Gyampo has disclosed that the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta had shown little or no interest in the deliberations between the association and government in respect of negotiations being taken on their conditions of service. In a letter addressed to the President, the UTAG Secretary cautioned that should there be no resolution in addressing the impasse the professional body will have no option other than to revert to its strike action, as threatened earlier.
In the heat of the debate that had ensued from an announcement that the government intends to procure a new presidential aircraft, Prof Ransford Gyampo has signaled a caution to the government over their unsettled negotiations for conditions of service. In a critique posted on his Facebook page, Prof Gyampo advised that government forgoes the procurement of the aircraft and prioritize the payment of a better remuneration for public workers including the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG).
The General Secretary of the University of Ghana's branch of UTAG, Professor Ransford Gyampo, has indicated that he doesn't understand why the politician has become more important than teachers the in Ghana. Reacting to this statement by Prof. Gyampo, the outspoken Ghanaian investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, on his 'With All Due Respect' program yesterday, said that Prof. Gyampo and his colleagues' teachers shouldn't blame the politicians, but themselves, if they are feeling unimportant in the country.
English is not an indigenous language of Ghanaians. Ghanaians came to adopt the language as a result out Ghana’s past with the British. They left us portions of their language and though sometimes we tend to act as masters of the language, the Queen’s language is the preserve of the British.
According to Professor Ransford Gyampo, Ghanaians who supported the "all die be die" statement said by President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo should also support the "do or die" statement said by Former President John Dramani Mahama by putting politics aside. He first condemn the act of Ghanaian Politicians using words they claim to idioms to do their politics, he claims he was no surprise when he heard Mr. Mahama saying the "do or die" phrase because it is
University Ranking: We Relaxed A Little And UCC beat Legon. We Won’t Relax Again – Prof. Gyampo Boldly Speaks
Professor Ransford Gyampo is a lecturer with the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana. The lecturer is noted for his bold comments which have often courted controversies around Ghana. Recently, he made comments about the response of Rev. Mante to critics of Agenda 111.
A Professor at the University of Ghana and a member of the University Teachers association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Ransford Gyampo has rained serious constructive criticisms on government over its indifferent attitude towards the demands for a better conditions of service for university lectures in the country.
A senior political scientist with the University of Ghana, Legon, Prof Ransford Gyampo has opined that the flaws in Ghana’s constitution is the reason for the poor state of development of the country. He theorized that as much as the constitution serves as the bedrock for democracy and development, the failure of the state to effect constitutional changes that reflect modern day Ghana’s developmental concerns renders the constitution bogus.
A Political Science Lecturer at the University of Ghana Legon, Prof. Ransford Gyampo has stirred controversy as he asked questions on some appointments made by President Akufo-Addo in his second term. The renowned Political Scientist cannot fathom why former Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku, who was also a Deputy Health Minister did not get a Ministerial appointment.
These days, it seems the vice President of Ghana, Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia takes advantage of every opportunity to announce himself and project his leadership prowess to Ghanaians as part of his effort t9 lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) into the battle of 2024. This is evident in how he pokes his nose in every social issues.
Political Science lecturer, Professor Ransford Gyampo has waded into the ongoing debate concerning the "do or die" comment by Mr John Dramani Mahama, former President and 2020 Presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). Speaking on Asempa FM today, Professor Gyampo observed that Mr Mahama's comment has invigorated the "die hard" support base of the NDC judging from social media reactions.
Any opposition political party, and more specifically the National Democratic Congress (NDC) should discard hopes of ever inflaming passion on the part of the leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) given their unsettled labour related issues with the government. It is sounded crystal clear that the professional body abhors the infiltration or inducement of opposition parties in their demands for a better offer in terms of their conditions of service.
Professor Ransford Gyampo, a University of Ghana political science professor, has badgered for the firm punishment for citizens who use their political affiliations to engage in all sort of criminal activities. He stated his thinking with the daily graphic saying that too much partisanship particularly a display of party colours to cover people who commit crimes had been the major cause of lawlessness in Ghana today.
Political Science Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has claimed that Former President John Dramani Mahama's do or die comment is harmless. He made this claim on TV3's weekend political analysis talk show dubbed KEY POINTS today, Saturday, 11th September, 2021.
Prof. Ransford Gyampo is Secretary to UTAG Universities in Ghana begun a sit down strike on the 2nd of August 2021, after the development, the National Labor Commission Directed UTAG through a court order to return to the classrooms, meanwhile, UTAG resisted the directive from National Labour Commission and threatened to lay down tools on Monday 16th of August 2021.
Academic administrator of Political Science at the University of Ghana, Legon, Professor Ransford Gyampo has advised against the utilization of religion to quietness contradict in Ghana's popularity based regulation. As indicated by him, contradict is essential for the endurance of the country's multiparty majority rules system and advancement and in this way ought to be empowered.
The general secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has called on government to address their issue before their one month suspension elapse. Weeks ago the University Teachers Association of Ghana went on an indefinite strike over poor working conditions. Upon series of meetings with stakeholders, they decided to suspend their strike for a month where in that period negotiations will continue to settle all differences.
A senior political analyst and a former member of the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), Prof. Ransford Gyampo has scolded the former Chairperson for the Electoral Commission of Ghana, Charlotte Osei for having failed to implement recommendations for electoral reform whiles she was in office. According to Prof. Gyampo the current political and electoral crisis being debated by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) could have been avoided if Mrs. Charlotte Osei had acted on the reform proposals.
The University Teachers of Ghana ( UTAG), embark on strike on 2nd August 2021. With the motive that government should come to their and increase their salary before academic work can continue. The University Teachers Association of Ghana ( UTAG) strikes continues this week.The General Secretary of the University Teachers Association of Ghana, (UTAG) Professor Ransford Gyampo has strongly to the public to disregard reports that UTAG has suspended its strike action over poor conditions of service.