Prove Me Wrong; You Took 1.2 Million Dollars From World Bank - UTV Lady Exposes Education Minister.
A lady who works with United Television called Yaa Konama has exposed Education Minister Dr. Osei Yaw Adutwum for taking a whooping 1.2 million United States Dollars without accountability. She urged the Honorable Minister to prove her wrong if indeed the Education Minister utilised that money appropriately. " You picked that money from World Bank.
List Of Countries With Highest Debt In The World
Debts exist in almost every country in some form or another. The vast majority of debts are used to supplement what countries receive in local taxes, and the vast majority of debts are used to build infrastructure. Unfortunately, the most developed countries have the highest debts, suggesting that the external debt they accumulate is an inextricable aspect of their enormous development.
Reject His Excuses And ‘Throw’ Him Out In 2024
The economy of Ghana keeps getting downgraded as the lives of Ghanaians get worse. This alarm was first raised by the opposition National Democratic Congress. Indeed, some economic experts also alluded to this but the government in power insisted that all was well. Indeed, it took a last minute effort for the leaders of the nation to make a U-Turn and run to the IMF.
Video: Akufo Addo Must Have An Agenda To Do ‘Connection’ For Ghanaians To Travel Abroad - Abeiku
Abeiku Santana in his program on Okay FM stated the need for the Government to help promote sending Ghanaians abroad. He said this agenda by the Government can significantly boast Ghanaians economy. He stated: “This Government can do a lot to help the economy by setting up an agenda to do connections for Ghanaians to travel abroad.
How The Education Minister Showed Ghanaians His True 'Character' On Live TV
The Education Minister has shown Ghanaians his true character. He has taught the good people of Ghana that, as a minister, it was not wrong for him to call into a live TV programme and make an input. The purpose of leadership is to make an impact in the lives of others.
IMF lists the seven Sub-Saharan African economies with the fastest growth rates.
The recovery in Sub-Saharan Africa has been abruptly stopped. The previous year saw a recovery in activity, which increased GDP growth for 2021 to 4.7%. However, growth in 2022 is predicted to decline significantly by more than 1% to 3.6% as a result of a global slowdown, tighter financial conditions globally, and a steep increase in global inflation, which would affect a region already weary from a string of shocks.
Ghanaians React Over Another Serious Demonstration; Akufo Addo To Make Tough Decision Immediately
The recent circulating news that has caused a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when the #Fixthecountry protesters finally announced another serious demonstration against the Akufo Addo government. According to a recent post by the #Fixthecountry group, Ghanaians should expect to demonstrate against the Akufo Addo government again considering another unexpected statement by the World Bank country manager over covid funds amongst other related issues leading to the current economic hardship in the country.
World Bank Approved $903 million for Ghana
The Country Director of the World Bank to Ghana, Pierre Frank Laporte, has stated that, the World Bank in the last year approved a total of $903 million to support Ghana. According to Pierre Frank Laporte, it's the first of it's kind for the World Bank to release such an amount in a single year for Ghana.
Dr. Yaw Adutwum ‘Stops’ Discussion On Tv To Explain Himself But Meets Even More Serious Questions
Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the minister for education has been getting a lot of accusations from the media especially over the grants that he received from the World Bank. World Bank funds are seen as instant ‘greens’ to be devoured by most politicians. And this is why most Ghanaians and the media keeps a close check on funds or grants from the world bank.
Ghanaians Choice on World Bank Review Program in Ghana
Ghanaians are very optimistic of the outcome of the World Bank review program in the country. The world Bank representatives are currently reviewing some top flagship programs such as Free Education , School Feeding Programme, the Planting for Food and Jobs and its offshoots, the One district, One factory (1D1F) initiative and the Agenda 111.
Akufo Addo Finally ‘Vindicated’ Again Over Another $430 Million Covid Loan Brouhaha- Read Details
The recent circulating news that has caused lots of reactions across all social media platforms was when the incumbent President, Akufo Addo was finally vindicated again over $430 million Covid support brouhaha. Not long ago, the former President, John Mahama, and some members of the largest opposition party (NDC) boldly came out to accuse the Akufo Addo government for mismanaging the economy alongside some funds the country received from the World Bank to fight the covid19 pandemic but it seems the incumbent has been finally vindicated again.
The Top Ranked Gdp Countries In 2022
Countries by GDP in 2022 Understanding the economic landscape of various countries will help you as you prepare for global expansion. Many businesses go global to access greater talent pools, reach new markets, and diversify their teams for better business continuity. With that being said, we’ve listed out the top 15 countries by GDP in 2022 as a guide.
The World Bank forecasted 2023 economic growth for 5 African nations.
The last quarter of 2022 had some of the most pessimistic economic forecasts of the whole year, with experts predicting a global recession for 2023.Despite the fact that this prediction applies to Africa as well, it is not quite clear how much, if at all, the continent's economy will be impacted by world events.
World Bank approved $903 million to Ghana.
The Country Director of the World Bank to Ghana, Pierre Frank Laporte, has expressed that, the World Bank somewhat recently endorsed a sum of $903 million to help Ghana. As per Pierre Frank Laporte, it's the first of it's sort for the World Bank to delivery such a sum in a solitary year for Ghana.
Know the Poorest Countries in Africa Today
Africa is the poorest continent on Earth. Moreover, the competition is not particularly close. Economic insecurity, political instability and corruption, civil wars, and terrorist insurrections have left millions of Africans living in abject poverty. Of the 27 countries worldwide currently ranked by World Bank as Low Income Economies, indicating they are the very poorest countries in the world, 23 are located in Africa.
How Did the World Bank's $903 Million Received Last Year Helped the Ordinary Ghanaian? (Video)
When the nation Ghana is lamenting over huge financial crisis, the World Bank has also boasted of supporting Ghana with the biggest ever amount of money in a single year. The Country Director of the World Bank to Ghana, Pierre Frank Laporte, who made this known stated that it is the first of it's kind in the history of Ghana to receive such an amount in a single year.
Ghana has been offered a climate change request.
The World Bank has offered Ghana a $3-million award to fabricate the limit of nearby networks impacted by environmental change. Known as Upgrading Admittance to Advantages by Bringing down Discharges (Empower), the award was supported by the multilateral bank for Ghana as a further advantage for bringing down outflows in the ranger service area.
Clear Difference between IMF and World Bank, why many misunderstand their Strategies
Because the Fund lends money, it is often confused with the World Bank. The World Bank lends money to developing countries for specific projects that will fight poverty. Unlike the World Bank and other development agencies, the IMF does not finance projects. Traditionally, most IMF borrowers were developing countries.
Ghana now classified as high debt distressed country - World Bank
Ghana's debt as a percentage of GDP is expected to reach 104.6% by the end of 2022, according to a World Bank projection. Due to its high debt levels, the World Bank has designated the nation of West Africa as in distress. According to the Bank's October 2022 Africa Pulse Report, Ghana's debt is predicted to increase from its current level of 76.6% due to an expanding government deficit, a significant depreciation of the cedi, and rising debt service costs.
According to the World Bank, Salaried Employees are 29 Percent Better Off Than The Self-employed
The World Bank has said that 25% of Ghanaians who are into wage work are in an ideal situation than 69% who are into independent work. The Bretton Wood foundation, consequently, needs the public authority to focus on that. Talking at the sixth Ghana Economic Update, Social Protection Specialist at the World Bank, Christabel Dadzie, said Ghana's economy gives deficient open doors to laborers who are additionally low-talented.