An Associate Professor of the University of Ghana Business School, Prof. Lord Mensah is a renowned scholar who has been active in analyzing government policies and the current state of the economy. Afia Pokua Popularly known as vim lady, disclosed on her Facebook page this evening that the professor has described the downgrade of Ghana to CCC+ to indicates clearly that the Economic Management Team has failed woefully.
The old saying that says 'the best always get the best", might work is some angles, but fail in others. In these modern times, the best do not always get the best, and that was the story of Ghana's Education Minister. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the current Minister for Education in Ghana, has has made a very interesting revelation about himself.
Prof. Godfred A. Bokpin, an Economics lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, claims that the high inflation rate for the month of October is not as startling as many Ghanaians have claimed. This, he says, was not unexpected as the ingredients for higher inflation rates were present and just waiting to manifest themselves at the end of the month.
Prof. Godfred A. Bokpin, an economics lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, has emphasized that the call for the resignation of Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta is insufficient to address the nation's economic problems. The economics lecturer and analyst said that much more needs to be done before the effects of Ofori-dismissal Atta's will be felt in the economy, following demands for the Minister's removal from some New Patriotic Party members of parliament.
Having been recognized in the academic environment as the 2021 leading marketing scholar in Africa, thoughtful academicians in Ghana possibly thought he would perhaps deploy his outstanding talents to champion the progressive agenda of Ghanaian Universities, in the position of a Vice-Chancellor. However, University of Kigali, a Rwandan-based ranking tertiary Institution was faster enough to win the bid, in the face of the intense international competition around Professor Robert Ebo Hinson.
Dr. Badu Sakordie, an economist at the University of Ghana Business School, has urged President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to take the initiative in addressing the current economic issues. Because he displayed the same zeal when Covid was confirmed in Ghana, he claimed that the President is capable of doing that.
A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, Dr Lord Mensah has cautioned the New Patriotic Party, NPP, government under the leadership of President Akufo Addo to desist from wasting the country's hard-earned money frivolously without being mindful of value for money. He argued that the government should not squeeze money from the citizenry and end up spending it on frivolous things.
We can't go back to the IMF; there will be major economic ramifications, according to one economist.
Prof. Lord Mensah, an economist and lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), has urged the government against seeking financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Returning to the IMF, he said, would have major economic ramifications for the country.
Born on February 22, 1952, 70-year old Mr. Prince K. Amoabeng is an ex-army officer of the Ghanaian Armed Forces and a Ghanaian businessman. He co-founded UT Bank, which was liquidated in 2017 amid accusations that he misused funds from the bank during Ghana's banking crisis.
Prof. Godfred Bokpin, a finance professor at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), urged the current administration to listen to Ghanaians and repeal the Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy). Wednesday, July 13, the economist reinforced this statement when commenting on the findings of the Ghana Afrobarometer R9 Survey released by the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana).
The founder of Kama Group of Companies, says envious resentment of other people’s achievements – the bitterness or hostility towards someone because they have something you do not have, is the reason why many Ghanaian businesses are failing. Dr. Michael Agyekum Addo said the twin emotions of envy and jealousy had become so toxic, killing businesses and paralyzing the country’s politics.
Prof Godfred Alufar Bokpin, a finance professor at the University of Ghana Business School, has warned Ghanaians to expect further suffering. He predicted that the present economic downturn would last for a long period. "Looking at the current measures incorporated in the 2022 budget, as well as the improved measures and the production, both in terms of debt sustainability drive and many other things, it doesn't look so good," he remarked on Newsfile on Saturday, June 18.
A Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, Professor Godfred Alufa Bokpin, has sent a word of advice to the vice president of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia. According to Prof Bokpin, it will save Dr Bawumia's integrity if he resigns as the head of the economic management team.
According to an economist at the University of Ghana Business School, the elimination of road tolls has a negative impact on the country's resources, and whomever is guilty for the revenue loss to the state should be surcharged. On Joy FM's 'Top Story' show on Friday, Lord Mensah stated the person responsible has caused financial loss to the state.
Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School has given Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia low marks for his April 7 State of the Economy Address. According to Dr. Kobby Mensah, Bawumia lacked confidence in his very own lecture and in so doing did not show some of his typical strategies whilst turning in addresses of this type.
The government has touted the free Senior High School policy as a game-changer.According to the Ghana Education Service, the policy, which was implemented in 2017, has allowed hundreds of school children to have secondary education at no cost to their parents or guardians.However, the policy has often come under attack over the way and manner it was hurriedly implemented and the implementation of the double-track system due to inadequate classrooms.
Dr. Kobby Mensah, a Political Marketing Analyst at the University of Ghana Business School uttered that the presentation by Dr. Bawumia on 7th April was an attempt to paint a picture of an economy which does not exist. Tweeted by Dr. Kobby "Bawumia has been less confident in his own lecture, since he began.
Professor Godfred Bokpin, a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School has advised the vice president to resign to protect his integrity. As the chairman of the economic management team of the country, he is supposed to be in charge of all government economic policies.
A Professor at the University of Ghana Business School, Master Mensah has said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in his meeting with the BBC on Monday, April 4 conceded that things are bad with Ghana's economy but rather gauges have been acquainted with resolve the issues. Mr Akufo-Addo said in the meeting that he doesn't know about any economy all over the planet that is doing great amidst the Coronavirus pandemic and the international strain among Russia and Ukraine.
An Economist with the University of Ghana Business School, Lord Mensah has proposed that whoever affected the abolishment of street cost assortment in the nation, should be overcharged with the income misfortune to the state. Talking on Top Story on Friday, he said the individual capable has made monetary misfortune the State.