We’re aware of the challenges of Ghanaians and will solve them soon – Kojo Oppong Nkrumah

 Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Information Minister reiterated that the government has not lost sight of the challenges and will continue to adopt plans to mitigate the impact. As Ghana continues to rave through the turbulent economic situation, the government has indicated that it is searching for measures which will cushion

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Why fear protests if your performance was satisfactory? – NDC questions gov’t for trying to stop Arise Ghana demo

The government and the police have been accused by the opposition National Democratic Congress of deliberately frustrating organizers of the Arise Ghana demonstration from going ahead with their planned demonstration.  It said that this is evident in the ‘last minute’ court action over a ‘trivial’ matter about the time of the

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Health interns kick off nationwide strike action today to protest delayed allowance payment

The National Health Student Association of Ghana will today Monday, June  27th 2022, embark on industrial action to press home their demand for allowance arrears owed its members since September 2021 to be paid.  NAHSAG argues that the industrial action has become necessary due to the lack of commitment by

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Ablakwa and others prepare a private members bill to stop presidents from using chartered flights

After bashing President Akufo-Addo over his luxurious travels while neglecting the country’s economic situation, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, legislator for North Tongu has decided to file private members bill in Parliament to regulate  Presidential Travel. The Parliamentarian has been at the forefront of a crusade to prevent President Nana Akufo-Addo from

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You rely on negative propaganda to push your political dream – Presidency replies Ablakwa

The Presidency in response to the recent criticism by the North Tongu legislator, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has stated that the Member of Parliament bashing of President Akufo-Addo on recent spending on air travel is targeted at causing public disaffection for the latter. “Undoubtedly, the Hon. MP’s motives are not well-intentioned,

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Demand a 15% salary increment instead of a 20% cost of living allowance – ATAG to fellow teachers

Teacher alliance group, the All Teachers Alliance Ghana (ATAG) has waded into teachers’ fight for better conditions of service, advising teachers to rather push for a 15% increment in salaries instead of the 20% Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) from the government. The union explains that even though the call

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