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.
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.
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.
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.
Prof. Samuel Kobina Annim, Government Statistician and Chief Census Officer.The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has started a live virtual preparing of just about 1,800 forthcoming National Trainers in front of the 2021 Population and Housing Census (PHC).
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.
Government Statistician Professor Samuel Kobina Annim led a team to the Presidential Villa of the Jubilee House on Monday, June 28 to conduct the exercise for the Number One gentleman of the land, and his family. The census started in the late hours of Sunday, June 27 after the Hearts of Oak’s lone goal victory over arch-rivals Asante Kotoko.
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.
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.
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.
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.
His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has stated the main reason why one should not exempt himself from being counted in the National Population and Housing Census, 2021. According to the president, the outcome of the census will help him and his government to develop the country the way the public wants it to be.
The Ghana Statistical Service has revealed that any individual who will pass on the automated people and housing assessment or give false data to the staff of the GSS will defy a real control jail term of a year.
The Population Census is known to be conducted every ten years in the history of Ghana.Therefore, the census was expected to be conducted in the year 2020 but the outbreak of COVID-19 made it possible not to carry on with the process.
Census The conduct of a census is a huge and complex undertaking that requires strategic partnerships to be implemented successful. Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), the lead implementing agency for the census is embarking on a nationwide exercise to interact with sensitise stakeholders all over the country and sensitise them as part of preparations towards the census.
Ghana is set to have its nationwide census this year.Originally, it was scheduled for last year but had to be rescheduled for this year because of Covid-19.The Ghana Statistical Service is set to deploy its personnel for that task.
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.
Ghana's economy contracted without precedent for very nearly forty years in the subsequent quarter, by a yearly 3.2%, as Covid limitations slowed down action, the measurements office said on Wednesday. The West African country, a significant maker of gold, oil and cocoa, forced a three-week lockdown in March to stop the spread of the pandemic, constraining numerous organizations to close, government analyst Samuel Kobina Annim told a news gathering. "Even after the restrictions have been lifted, many businesses
Imported items recorded 6.1% inflation in January. The inflation of Imported items was 6.1 in keeping with cent, whilst the inflation of nearby goods became 11.3 consistent with cent on average, in January, the Ghana Statistical service (GSS) introduced on Wednesday, February 10. The Month-on-Month inflation for Imported items became zero.7 in step with cent and for domestically produced items 1 per cent, the GSS introduced. With the national price, the inflation fee dropped from the 10.four in line with cent