Yaw Baah Ghanaian politician Yaw Baah (born 17 November 1959) is a lawyer and Ghanaian politician of the Republic of Ghana. He was the Member of Parliament representing Kumawu constituency of the Ashanti Region of Ghana in the 4th and 5th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana.
The general secretary at the office of the presidency, Eugene Arhin has ordered the secretary of the Trade Union Congress Dr Yaw Baah to apologize to the first and second spouses for false publication. According to Eugene Arhin, the statement by Dr Yaw Baah is detrimental to the personality of the first and second spouses.
The organized labour of Ghana has come out to explain why it accepted the 4% and 7% increment in the basic salary of public workers for the year 2021 and 2022 respectively. This occurred when the general secretary of the TUC, Dr. Anthony Yaw Baah addressed the media in a press conference held at the GNAT hall on Monday, 26th of July, 2021.
15,000 workers to be sacked soon due to te COVID-19. Click on the + Follow button so you can get my posts anytime I publish them. Aerospace giant Airbus announced Tuesday that it would cut nearly 15,000 jobs across its global work force, the largest downsizing in the company’s history. Meanwhile in Ghana, Dr. Yaw Baah, TUC, Secretary-General, said ongoing research by the Labour Research and Policy Institute of TUC, shows the devastating effects of the COVID-19 health crisis on jobs and livelihoods in both
Few hours ago,the National Tripartite Committee (NTC) announced that there has been an increment in the daily minimum wage for all workers in the country. According to a communique that was released by the Committee, Daily Minimum Wage has been increased by 6% and will move up by 8% in 2022.
In less than 100 years the country will head to the polls. However certain issues have characterised the run-up to the elections. One of the issues relates to the infamous Agyapa Deal. The deal has received so much backlash from Ghanaians, especially the opposition NDC and other civil society organizations. The opposition feel that the deal will hamper the interests of many Ghanaians. This morning Saturday September 5, 2020 on UTV’s Critical Issues, Afia Pokua interrogated Ato Forson, a member of the Parliamentary
Ghana has been made to grapple with a lot of issues in the run up to the 2020 elections. One of the issues relates to the infamous Agyapa Deal. The deal has received so much backlash from Ghanaians, especially the opposition NDC and other civil society organizations. The opposition feel that the deal will hamper the interests of many Ghanaians. Today Saturday September 5, 2020 on UTV’s Critical Issues, Afia Pokua interrogated Ato Forson, a member of the Parliamentary Finance team and Yaw Baah the head of the
Member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and former Member of Parliament of the Kumawu Constituency in the Ashanti Region of Ghana in the 4th and 5th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana, Hon. Yaw Baah in a interview on United Television (UTV) critical issue today, September 5, 2020 has a word of caution to people who have problem with the Senior Minister, Hon. Osafo Marfo and lawyer Gabby Otchere's involvement in the Agyapa deal. The nation is currently divided over a deal involving one company with the name
As many Ghanaians have been seriously waiting and expecting, the shell has finally been broken and clarification has been given on the increment in the National Daily Minimum Wage. According to Dr. Yaw Baah, the General Secretary of the Ghana Union Congress (GTUC), there has been a 6% increment in the National Daily Minimum Wage and this will only affect those whose salaries are below the ¢12.53 per day belt.
The advent of the Coronavirus has been the major threat for most countries.The president of Ghana has therefore taken a step to freeze salary increment both for himself and his appointees.This was made clear during the May Day celebration.He also to procure 350,00019 vaccines and it's expected to arrive in May, 2021.
The Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Minerals Income and Investment Fund (MIIF) has told critics of the Agyapa Royalties deal that the company is owned by the people of Ghana and its operations are backed by the laws of Ghana to maximize profit on the mineral royalties in the country. Mr Yaw Baah, made this known reacting to the claims by some sixteen Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) kicking against the Agyapa Royalties deal on Accra-based Neat FM. He said MIIF as the management body that birthed the Agyapa
The Trade Union Congress of Ghana had invited the President of the Republic H.E Nana Addo Danquah Akufo to grace their inauguration ceremony of their renovated edifice. As indicated earlier, the Trade Union Congress invited the President as the special guest honour to Grace their inauguration of a renovated edifice by the Government which costed about 12,000,700Cedis. The President in addressing the audience stated how he has always improvised the relationship with the Trade Union Congress (TUC). The President