The football world continues to change if it has not drastically changed regarding a footballer’s nationality. Players from different background and descent are now able to switch their allegiance to play for either a country of their choice or one that has shown interest in their service.
Happening now under the Auspices of the Ministry of Gender and Children Affairs is the swearing in ceremony for Gospel Musician Ohemaa Mercy. The popular Musician has been sworn into office as goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Association of Ghana Commission for women and children affair (UNACWCA).
Professor Baffour Agyeman-Duah, a former senior governance advisor of the United Nations (UN), is urging President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to take from the playbook of the Ukrainian leader to give a glimmer of hope to Ghanaians who are going through enormous economic suffering. His expectation was that the President would use the state-of-the-nation to tell the people how things were going to get better, but this was missed out.
The United Nations (UN) has sounded the alarm about a thriving black market in human organs in the Middle East and warned Africans to beware of traffickers posing as employers. The warning, posted by the United Nations on its website and seen by SaharaReporters, urges Africans to be wary of human organ harvesters posing as employers in the Middle East.
Ghanaians must be deeply troubled by credible reports that the country could be struck by terrorists as the young people are increasingly becoming disillusioned and tired of standing in queues to vote for non-performing leaders who are unable to give them jobs - meet their expectations, to be useful to themselves and the society.
Professor Agyeman-Duah, a former senior governance advisor of the United Nations (UN) has decried the dishonesty and toxicity of politics in the country. He says many of the problems the country has been struggling with are not things that can be solved easily with the snap of the fingers but the politician for fear of losing votes, will not be truthful to the people – come clean with the facts.
If This Is True Then Sarkodie Did Well For Humanity: Here's Why Global Citizen Festival Is Organized
According to Wikipedia, The Global Citizen Festival is part of a movement to end extreme poverty. By contributing to charity acts on the website, including watching videos and signing petitions, fans can get free tickets to the festival. In addition, the organizers are striving to make the event "global" by live-streaming events in public locations.
On 24th, October - United Nations Day United Nations Ukraine, as one of the founders of this international organization, now expects the UN to take several important steps in response to Russian armed aggression and Russia's threats of aggression with the use of nuclear weapons. We demand compliance with paragraph 4 of the Budapest Memorandum - we seek immediate action by the UN Security Council to assist Ukraine as a state party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons that does not possess such weapons.
Probably, Professor Baffour Agyeman-Duah is the only NPP man who support the recent comments made by the former President to the effect that the judiciary is corrupted. Speaking at an event organised by NDC for lawyers in the party in Accra, John Mahama said the public has no trust in the judiciary again hence there was the need to restore the trust as soon as possible.
More revelations were made by Kwasi Owusu Fordjour alias Dr. UN who gained fame by organizing an award event honoring celebrities in the country. Most celebrities attended the occasion to win an award from the United Nations. However, it turned out that that was the wrong conception.
Compensation cut great however work on size of, a few services are unnecessary - Agyeman-Duah to Akufo-Addo Teacher Baffour Agyeman-Duah Thu, 24 Mar 2022 Source: 3news.com A Former United Nations Senior Advisor, Professor Baffour Agyeman-Duah, has recognized President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the Council of State individuals for decreasing compensations of government nominees and furthermore individuals from the Council separately.
Professor Stephen Adei, a former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has lashed out at the ‘neutrality allowance’ demand by the civil servants, saying “it is the most stupid thing I have ever heard”. The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG) has directed its members to down their tools to push for the payment of this allowance to compensate for staying politically neutral, as long as they remained in the service.
Global aid is arriving in Pakistan, as parts of the country face the threat of more flooding on Wednesday. Pakistan has seen an unprecedented amount of monsoon rains, triggering deadly floods that have killed over 1,000 people, Reuters reports. The United Nations is calling for $160 million in aid, for what they are calling an "unprecedented climate catastrophe".
Women; as described by the people of the old, are special for many reasons. According to the Old times, Women are the most sensitive, caring and maternal people in the world. They are also are more sympathetic towards people and things, compared to the men.
A co-founder of the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) Professor Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi, says the slash of the salaries of government appointees – ministers of state and their deputies, regional ministers, metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives (MMDCEs) and the heads of state-owned enterprises should have come earlier.
1. Human trafficking: women are most vulnerable to trafficking when they are undereducated and poor. 2. Political Representation: Across the globe, women are underrepresented as voters and restricted from political involvement. The United Nations Women's programmes on leadership and participation suggests that civic education, training and all empowerment will ease this gap.
Togo, the French West African Nation, and one of Ghana's three neighboring countries, has received a special a message from the Ghana. Togo (the French Togoland), became an autonomous republic within the French Union on August 30, 1956. The status was confirmed by a plebiscite held in October, under French auspices.
gether casted a ballot Thursday to suspend Russia from the UN Common liberties Committee after high-profile claims of barbarities submitted by Russian officers during the conflict in Ukraine. The democratic outcome was 93 in favor, 24 against and 58 abstentions. A draft of the goal says the Overall Get together may "suspend the privileges of participation in the Common freedoms Chamber of an individual from the Committee that submits gross and efficient infringement of basic liberties."
Previous Senior United Nations Governance Advisor, Professor Baffour Agyeman-Duah has forewarned against the danger of opening the conduits to petitions from non-Members of Parliament to be conceded by the Speaker. As indicated by him, the demonstration, as pushed by the Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak, could be risky to Parliament as an establishment.
The conflict in northern Ethiopia that started in November 2020 has left millions in Tigray near the precarious edge of starvation. Reports propose that almost 40% of the area's 6,000,000 occupants face "an outrageous absence of food". Deficiencies have constrained help laborers to convey drugs and other urgent supplies "some of the time by foot".