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01 August 2017

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  • We Don’t “Bastardize Figures” To Score Political Points – Oppong Nkrumah Jabs Minority




    We Don’t “Bastardize Figures” To Score Political Points – Oppong Nkrumah Jabs Minority

    A Deputy Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has responded to the reaction by the Minority in Parliament over the mid-year fiscal budget review presented by Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta on Monday.




  • AMERI Deal: Minority Walks Out Of Parliament




    AMERI Deal: Minority Walks Out Of Parliament

    Minority in Parliament stormed out of Parliament on Tuesday over the Speaker’s decision to forward the motion to withdraw the 2015 AMERI deal to the House’s Energy Committee.




  • Construct Developmental Projects & Let’s Compare The Cost – Fred Agbenyo Dares Gov’t




    Construct Developmental Projects & Let’s Compare The Cost – Fred Agbenyo Dares Gov’t

    The Minority in Parliament has raised red flags over the mid-year budget review presented by Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta on the floor of Parliament on Monday.




  • Minority’s Reaction To ‘Asemboni’ Mid-Year Budget




    Minority’s Reaction To ‘Asemboni’ Mid-Year Budget

    Former Deputy Minister of Finance and Member of Parliament for Ajumako Enyan Essiam, Cassiel Ato Forson has described the mid-year budget review presented by the Finance Minister as ‘asemboni’ (bad news) budget.




  • Mid-Year Budget Has Good Intention For Ghanaians, But . . . – Institute of Fiscal Studies




    Mid-Year Budget Has Good Intention For Ghanaians, But . . . – Institute of Fiscal Studies

    A Senior Research fellow at the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS), Dr. Saeed Boakye has said that the 2017 mid-year budget review presentation by the Finance Minister shows that President Akufo-Addo’s government has good intentions for the country.




  • ‘Controversial’ Mandatory Tow Levy Approved




    ‘Controversial’ Mandatory Tow Levy Approved

    The Roads and Transport Committee of Parliament has approved the controversial road tow levy to begin operating from September 1, 2017.




  • I Got Flak From My Own Govt When I Spoke About Economic Challenges – Terkper




    I Got Flak From My Own Govt When I Spoke About Economic Challenges – Terkper

    Former Finance Minister, Seth Terpker has called for a non-partisan discussion of some persisting challenges facing the economy following the presentation of government’s revised budget.




  • COP Kofi Boakye To Head PIPS




    COP Kofi Boakye To Head PIPS

    COP Kofi Boakye has been appointed as the Director General of the Police Intelligence and Professional Standards (PIPS) bureau.




  • Rawlings Angry Over Filth in Accra




    Rawlings Angry Over Filth in Accra

    Former President of Ghana Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings, has lashed out at Ghanaians for being indisciplined when it comes to sanitation and has backed the Accra Mayor, Mohammed Adjei Sowah, to combat the filth that has engulfed the nation’s capital, Accra.

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