Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Members of Parliament (MPs) have registered their displeasure at the economy and the performance of Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, as both sides of the divide are pushing for his impeachment MPs from both the Majority and Minority on Tuesday called for removal of the finance minister to save the economy...
Media experts at a public forum have advocated for the use of strategic communication as the foundation for nation building. The public forum is the first in a series of public lectures and forums being organized by the Department of Communication Studies, University of Ghana, to mark its year-long...
Political parties rely heavily on financial assistance to sustain their activities. This has led to a situation where financiers of a party can unduly influence the outcome of elections and the policies of political parties. The question we ponder over is whether the state should sponsor political parties or whether...
On 13th August the streets of Kumasi saw perhaps the biggest health walk in contemporary times.  Over 200,000 men and women of all ages from different ethnic and religious backgrounds walked on the streets of Kumasi to exercise their limbs and to use the walk as an opportunity to...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was established to ensure global economic stability. This is done by providing financial assistance to countries facing economic difficulties. In recent years, the IMF has been involved in providing bailouts to several African countries that are struggling with their economies. The IMF bailout comes with...
Kenya, East Africa’s most stable country and largest economy, and Africa’s 6th largest, will choose its next President on August 9th. According to Nairobi-based Tifa Research, the front runners are neck-and-neck. The tight race is currently led by veteran defender of multi-party democracy, Raila Odinga, and the deputy president...
The peaceful and well-organised nature National Annual Delegates Conference for the election of new national officers to run the affairs of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is a big win for the party, Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr Alan Kyerematen has said. He asked those who lost in their...
The National Coordinator of Monitoring and Evaluation Secretariat at the Office of the President, Gifty Ohene Konadu, has applauded ongoing government’s developmental projects in the Ashanti Region, describing their level of progress as ‘overwhelming’. According to her, the number of developmental projects at various completion stages in the region beats...
Former President, John Dramani Mahama says the terms for the US$1 billion syndicated loan that was presented to Parliament for approval hold unfavorable terms which cannot be in the interest of the Ghanaian people. Last two weeks, the finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta, took a US$1 billion syndicated loan to...
as Ahwoi, Adu-Gyamfi siblings unveil collective biography In an Ahwoi and Adu-Gyamfi siblings' collective biography, former Interior Minister Kwesi Ahwoi talks of how he brokered peace between Ghana's two former presidents, Jerry John Rawlings and John Agyekum Kufuor respectively, during the contentious 1996 general elections. Kwesi Ahwoi who recounted...
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