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Things Are Not Working In Ghana Not Because Workers Are Overpaid And Underworked - Kwesi Pratt

The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior, has taken a swipe at Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, a government statistician, for his alleged comments that public sector workers are overpaid for work done. According to Kwesi Pratt, things are not working in the country, not because public sector workers are overpaid and underworked, but due to bad leadership.

  3 months ago ago
Things Are Not Working In Ghana Not Because Workers Are Overpaid And Underworked - Kwesi Pratt

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Overpayment in Public Sector

The Ghana Civil and Local Government Staff Association (CLOGSAG) has requested statistics from the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) to support assertions that public sector employees being overpaid. Professor Samuel Kobina Annim, the Government Statistician, expressed alarm last week about how public sector workers are generally overpaid.

  3 months ago ago
Overpayment in Public Sector

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ghanaians Massively React As Inflation Rate Accelerates To 29.8% - We Can Not Believe This Figure

June 2022 inflation rate recorded 29.8 percent, up from May 2022's 27.6 percent and April 2022's 23.6%. On Wednesday, 13th July 2022, the Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim at a press conference in Accra said the Eastern Region recorded the highest rate of inflation among the regional differentials whereas the Upper East recorded the lowest.

  2 months ago ago
Ghanaians Massively React As Inflation Rate Accelerates To 29.8% - We Can Not Believe This Figure

ECONOMY-FINANCE

INFLATION Hits 40 Years Record High After Bawumia Spoke

Barely a week after the vice president of Ghana Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia delivered a lecture on the state of the economy, inflation seem to have gotten angry. The year on year inflation for the month of March 2022 has hit a record time high in the last 40 years.

  5 months ago ago
INFLATION Hits 40 Years Record High After Bawumia Spoke

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Ghana's Inflation increases to 15.7%, the highest since 2018's inflation rate of 9.84%

According to the Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim , Ghana's inflation rate has risen from 9.84% in 2018 to 15.7% in March 2022. This means prices of goods and services have increased by almost 100 percent since 2018 . Historical records show the inflation rate fall in 2019 to 7.14% and then it shot up to 9.89% in 2020 and 9.28% in 2021.

  6 months ago ago
Ghana's Inflation increases to 15.7%, the highest since 2018's inflation rate of 9.84%

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Just In :Inflation has increased from 15.7 % to 19.4 %- how you should now manage your life

I humbly plead with you to use a second of your precious time to click on the +follow button at the top right corner to get daily updates from JUKELAFRICA. Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim has announced that Ghana's inflation rate has risen from 9.84% in 2018 to 19.4% in April 2022.

  5 months ago ago
Just In :Inflation has increased from 15.7 % to 19.4 %- how you should now manage your life

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Prices Of Goods And Services Up By 4.6% In February - Ghana Statistical Service Reveals

The Ghana Statistical Service has announced that prices of goods and services in Ghana have increased by 21.4% which indicates a rate of 4.6% increase in February 2022 compared to 16.8% recorded in January 2022. Speaking at the ceremony to release the Producer Price Inflations on Wednesday march 16 2022, the government statistician, Prof Kobina Annim revealed that the 4.6% recorded is higher and added that the monthly producer inflation stands at 3.6%.

  6 months ago ago
Prices Of Goods And Services Up By 4.6% In February - Ghana Statistical Service Reveals

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Why Ghanaian husbands must increase house keeping money given to their wives

According to the Government Statistician, Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim , Ghana's inflation rate has shot up from 9.84% in 2018 to 15.7% in March 2022. This means prices of goods and services have risen by almost 100 percent since 2018 . Historical records show the inflation rate fall in 2019 to 7.14% and then it shot up to 9.89% in 2020 and 9.28% in 2021.

  6 months ago ago
Why Ghanaian husbands must increase house keeping money given to their wives

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Rising calls for government to take quick measures as Inflation increases from 15.7 % to 19.4%

I humbly plead with you to use a second of your precious time to click on the +follow button at the top right corner to get daily updates from JUKELAFRICA. According to the Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim , Ghana's inflation rate has risen from 9.84% in 2018 to 15.7% in March 2022 and now risen to an unexpected 19.4% in April 2022.

  5 months ago ago
Rising calls for government to take quick measures as Inflation increases from 15.7 % to 19.4%

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Producer inflation drops to 10.1 percent for the month of June 2021

The year-on-year Producer Price Inflation (PPI) for all industry dropped from 11.8 percent in May to 10.1 percent in June. This shows that PPI decreased by 1.7 percentage points in June 2021. Also, month-on-month producer inflation rate between June and May 2021 was 1.1 percent compared to 2.0 percent between May 2021 and April 2021.

  1 year ago ago
Producer inflation drops to 10.1 percent for the month of June 2021

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Ghana population update: 6 regions have more men than women (details)

Wednesday, 22nd September 2021 The Ghana statistical service has pegged Ghana's population at 30.8 million in its provisional results. This was announced by Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim in a press conference in Accra today. The Government statistician disclosed that nationally, there were more women than men with a difference of 1.4%, the regional picture showed that there are more men than women in 6 out of the 16 region.

  1 year ago ago
Ghana population update: 6 regions have more men than women (details)

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Ghana: 2021 Population Census Ends Today, Anything New Going Forward? Find Out

The 2021 population census which was rolled out by the Ghana Statistical Services will as of today, 11th July 2021 comes to an end. This exercise has been on course for about 15 days now, it began on the 27th June 2021 after an official lunched at the Kwame Nkrumah interchange.

  1 year ago ago
Ghana: 2021 Population Census Ends Today, Anything New Going Forward? Find Out

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Ghana's Populations Now Stands At 30.8 million

The latest figures released by the Ghana Statistical Service indicate that the country's population now stands at 30.8 million. Out of this number, 50.7 percent are Females while the remaining 49.3 percent are Males. The information was released by the Government statistician, Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim at the press briefing in Accra on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

  1 year ago ago
Ghana's Populations Now Stands At 30.8 million

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Statistical Service outdoors 2021 population census

The Ghana Statistical Services Department (GSS) has finalized that currently, the entire population of people in the country has increased to 30.8 million. Thus, a 6.1million increase since it was counted in 2010 whereby the entire country recorded 24.7 million indicating a 2.1 percent increase.

  1 year ago ago
Statistical Service outdoors 2021 population census

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2020 Population and Housing Census can begin as President Akufo- Addo has been counted with family.

Censuses are priority development activities, involving the mobilization of state resources and the utilization of existing infrastructure. The President of Ghana is committed to ensuring that every Ministry, Department, and Agency as well as Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies provide Ghana Statistical Service with the necessary support.

  1 year ago ago
2020 Population and Housing Census can begin as President Akufo- Addo has been counted with family.

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AGAIN: The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) Has Extended End of Census To 8th Of August.

The Ghana Statistical Services extends Population and Housing Census 2021. The Ghana Population Census for 2021 continues till August 8th. They explained saying that, the receive data on 80% of the expected households by day 12 of de enumeration. They continued by saying 99% of the household have being enumerated in 15 regions as at 31st of July.

  1 year ago ago
AGAIN: The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) Has Extended End of Census To 8th Of August.

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Sad News: Ghana Statistical Service Boss Attacked by Stroke on Live TV

The head of Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), Professor Samuel Kobina Annim has been attacked by stroke on live television program when he was addressing the public on the completion of the Population and Housing Census which commenced on 13th June, 2021. He was supported and taken away to hospital.

  1 year ago ago
Sad News: Ghana Statistical Service Boss Attacked by Stroke on Live TV

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Food, transport dominant drivers for 7.8% inflation in June 2021

The Year-on-year inflation stood at 7.8 per cent in June in contrast to 7.5 per cent in May, pushed barely through transport and meals items, the Government Statistician Professor Samuel Kobina Annim stated on Wednesday. Speaking at a press briefing to announce the rate, Prof Annim stated meals and transport have been the dominant drivers for the greater fee of inflation in June 2021.

  1 year ago ago
Food, transport dominant drivers for 7.8% inflation in June 2021

ECONOMY-FINANCE

GDP growth rate rises to 5.4% in 2021, exceeding the budget objective of 5.1%

Ghana's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by 5.4 percent in 2021, according to preliminary estimates issued by the Ghana Statistical Service. According to the data issued by the Government Statistician, the economy's growth rate in 2021 exceeded the 5.1 percent growth rate projected in the mid-year budget for 2021.

  5 months ago ago
GDP growth rate rises to 5.4% in 2021, exceeding the budget objective of 5.1%

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2021 CENSUS: Chief Census Officer, Prof Annim Collapses on Live TV

The Chief Census Officer, also Ghana's Statistician, Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim, collapsed during a live broadcast of press conference at the Ghana Statistical Service Headquarters in Accra, Ghana. In a video, it could be seen that, Prof. Annim, when addressing the press, on Sunday, 11th July, 2021, on the extension of the deadline of the 2021 Population and Housing Census, lost control of his speech and started shaking.

  1 year ago ago
2021 CENSUS: Chief Census Officer, Prof Annim Collapses on Live TV