Government is wrong to release Saglemi Housing Project to private developers – Akua Donkor

As part of efforts to beat down the housing deficit in the country, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) initiated the Saglemi Housing Project to help vulnerable Ghanaian who have issues in paying their rents and also the homeless. Founder of the Ghana Freedom Party, GFP, Madam Akua Donkor during an

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Ad-hoc committee co-chairs are not fit for purpose –

The General Secretary for the Great Consolidated Popular Party (GCPP), Citizen Ato Dadzie has derided the choice of members of the ad-hoc committee set up by Alban Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament to investigate the censure motion against the Finance Minister the Minority. Speaking in an interview with Agyenima Boateng

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We can’t blame politicians for the hardships – Avraham Ben Moshe

Avraham Ben Moshie, the outspoken social media figure who is famed for his criticism of religion has stated that the government desires to make citizens face economic hardship. in an interview with Clement Annor on the “ Is This Ghana” show on Active TV on 17th November 2022, Mr Avraham

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Even offerings in churches have been affected by the economic hardships – Mahama

Former President, John Dramani Mahama has said the economic hardship Ghanaians have been plunged into has been felt even by churches as it has affected offertory. Speaking at the 175th-anniversary thanksgiving service of the E.P Church in Ho, the former President stressed that Christians must spread love and show concern

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I am sorry – Ken Ofori-Atta apologizes to Ghanaians

Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta for the second time, appeared before the parliamentary committee today as investigations into the allegations of the Minority in Parliament seeking to oust him from office continue. The embattled Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta apologised to Ghanaians over the current economic hardships. In his opening remarks at

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Haminatu: the Ghanaian nurse who with only a polyethene bag as gloves successfully delivered a pregnant woman onboard a tricycle

Labour is one scary moment during pregnancy that most women fear. The sight of a woman in labour could scare the next one from wanting to ever get pregnant. So it is often a case, especially in this modern era that women keep strict adherence to antenatal and often time

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No ban on the use of phones in Parliament – Alban Bagbin

Phones can still be used in the Gallery of the Legislature, Speaker of Parliament Rt Hon Alban Suman Kingsford Bagbin has clarified. This response is on the back of initial claims made by Daily Guide stating that phones were not to be used in parliament again following the instruction of the

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Ken Ofori-Atta to appear before ad hoc committee today

The eight-member ad hoc Committee tasked to investigate the censure motion against the beleaguered Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta is expected to today hear the Minister’s response to the allegations levelled against him. Seven allegations have currently been tabled against the minister spanning from conflict of interest, financial recklessness leading to

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GNPC, PIAC testify before ad hoc committee on Ken Ofori-Atta

The Public Interest Accountability Committee (PIAC) and the  Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) are scheduled to appear before the ad-hoc committee investigating allegations levelled against Finance Minister Ken Ofori –Atta that led to a censure motion tabled against him by the Minority. Member of Parliament for North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto

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