2019 Budget: Gov’t Pledges Massive Infrastructure Programme

Government has pledged to embark on massive infrastructural programme next year to position Ghana as transportation, energy and logistics hub in the West African sub-region. Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori Atta who disclosed this indicated that the programme is intended to move goods, food items and people, create jobs and prosperity and ensure value for … Continue reading 2019 Budget: Gov’t Pledges Massive Infrastructure Programme

Minority: 2019 Budget Will Send Ghanaians Beyond Hell

Ghanaians have been warned to brace for more stifling economic conditions as the Akufo-Addo led NPP government presents its 2019 economic policy for next year, which is set to take the country beyond hell.The Minority in Parliament, which gave the warning, noted that the two previous budgets of the government that were christened Asempa (good … Continue reading Minority: 2019 Budget Will Send Ghanaians Beyond Hell

Farmers Threaten Massive Demonstration against Government

President of Concerned Farmers Association, Nana Oboadia Boateng Bonsu, has revealed an impending protest by the group to register their displeasure against government for its poor handling of the agriculture sector. According to him, everything that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) pledged while in opposition and what it is saying now in government about the … Continue reading Farmers Threaten Massive Demonstration against Government

Zenator Calls For More Efforts to Combat Childhood Obesity

Member of Parliament for Korle Klottey Constituency, Hon. Zenator Agyeman Rawlings, has appealed for critical assessment of the nutritional guidelines governing the school feeding programme. This, according to her, is to ensure school children are not just being fed but are being given food that is nutritional and in the best interest of their long … Continue reading Zenator Calls For More Efforts to Combat Childhood Obesity

Digital Address Sparks National Identification Standoff

The Centre for Socioeconomic Studies (CSS) notes with grave concern the allegations that some officials of the National Identification Authority (NIA) have been refusing to register individuals who are either unwilling or unable to provide a digital address code. Our investigations have not only confirmed these allegations; but also, we have established that the refusal … Continue reading Digital Address Sparks National Identification Standoff

BE GUIDED BY HUMILITY IN SEEKING KNOWLEDGE – Pro. T. Johnson

The Chief Mentor of the Family Health Medical School, Prof. Timothy Johnson has urged students of Family Health University College, to strive for academic excellence and to be guided by humility in seeking knowledge in their chosen fields. Prof. Timothy Johnson stated this when he led a nine-member delegation to pay a visit to Family … Continue reading BE GUIDED BY HUMILITY IN SEEKING KNOWLEDGE – Pro. T. Johnson

Minority: Make Report on Creation of New Regions Public

The Minority National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Parliament has called on government to make the Justice Brobbey Commission Report on the creation of new regions public. According to the Minority, the Commission of lnquiry's Report should not be the exclusive preserve of few but must be opened up to the entire nation. The minority's call … Continue reading Minority: Make Report on Creation of New Regions Public

GOV’T URGED TO PURSUE CHINA’S DEVELOPMENT PATH

Members of Parliament have made a passionate call to government to study the development model that the Chinese applied to transform their country, which has made her the pride of world development today. According to the House, it is possible to develop Ghana using indigenous methods as evident by the Chinese infrastructure success story. The … Continue reading GOV’T URGED TO PURSUE CHINA’S DEVELOPMENT PATH

MR. PRESIDENT, REVERSE THE CULTURE OF SILENCE IMMEDIATELY

The tyrannical attitude of the President and his ailing administration has reached monstrous and intolerable levels and stands the chance of killing the spirit of Ghana’s Public Service. If not crushed, this poor standard administration may crush the hopes of decent people of this country. For the past 22 months, Freedom of Speech has never … Continue reading MR. PRESIDENT, REVERSE THE CULTURE OF SILENCE IMMEDIATELY

Daikin launches Africa’s First Inverter Air Conditioning System Featuring the green refrigerant, R-32

Daikin the world’s leading manufacturer of heating, cooling and refrigerant products, announced the launch of the world’s first Inverter Split Wall Mounted unit, GTKL-TV1, specially designed for African market conditions. With this new launch, Daikin takes a big leap forward in its commitment to developing environment-friendly products for global markets. The new range features the … Continue reading Daikin launches Africa’s First Inverter Air Conditioning System Featuring the green refrigerant, R-32