Monthly Archives: January 2016

Manasseh is a LAZY-LYING-ARMCHAIR journalist – Sam George

Sam George has launched a scathing attack on Manasseh Azure Awuni for calling him (Sam George) a ‘liar’. Contributing as a member of the panel on the Newsfile show on 30/09/2016, Sam George indicated that the government had recovered all monies due to GYEEDA. Manasseh responded via text message to the show that the statement was not accurate because huge sums of ...

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Ghanaian Language Teachers Unhappy with Languages Policy

The Association of Teachers of Ghanaian Languages has in a resolution passed at a conference, expressed unhappiness with the current language policy on education. “We acknowledge the inadequacy of the period for the study of Ghanaian languages at the colleges of education level and advice that the period for Ghanaian language study at the colleges of education should be extended ...

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Bus branding: Mahama frees officials [REPORT]

A leaked highly confidential government document available to Citi News, suggests that Ghana’s presidency has been rather lenient in its handling of the bus branding scandal, which led to some 1.9 million Ghana cedis loss to the state due to an over-payment. Pieces of official evidence seen by Citi News show that state officials of both the Transport and Finance Ministries broke a ...

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FLASHBACK: 6 REASONS WHY Ghanaians MUST vote for change in government – Prof JEA Mills

[FLASHBACK] The late Professor John Evans Attah Mills gave 6 very good reasons why the government in power had to be voted out of office. Watch the video below and/or the transcription below to assess if the reasons are valid for the 2016 elections as well. That is, should we vote for CHANGE or NO CHANGE? Transcription The government says ...

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FLASHBACK: WHY Ghanaians MUST vote for CHANGE – John Evans Atta Mills (WATCH VIDEO)

Professor John Evans Attah Mills some seven or so years ago imploring Ghanaians to make a change for the better. Listening to the good old prof (may his ever gentle and peaceful soul rest in eternal peace), I am wondering if the situation he spoke about before his party took office is not recurring now. Watch the video below and ...

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Presidents must also pay tax – Dr Nduom

Flagbearer of the Progressive People’s Party in the 2012 election, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has called for the removal of the tax exemption status enjoyed by presidents of Ghana. According to the Income Tax 2015 (Act 896), the salary, allowance, facilities, pension and gratuity of the President in accordance with Article 68(5) of the Constitution is exempted from tax. Dr ...

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BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS: #2015atAshesi – A University On The Move

#2015atAshesi: A University On The Move It’s been four years since Ashesi transitioned to its permanent campus in Berekuso, and since that time we have made steady progress towards strengthening our impact. The Class of 2015’s graduation marked a new chapter for Ashesi, as it was the first class to have a complete four-year student experience on our new campus. ...

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MAY 2016 CA EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE – ICAG

THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (GHANA) MAY 2016 CA EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE The Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana wishes to congratulate all candidates who have written the Institute’s examinations under the revised syllabus. Undoubtedly, the revised structure and content, coupled with the study manuals have helped to improve the pass rate. The following policy amendment has been made ...

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CNN Features Ghanaian Artist For Portraying Top Celebs In African Wear (PHOTOS)

For New York-based Ghanaian artist Dennis Owusu-Ansah, it took ‘teasing’ to trigger an inspiration that has gone on to capture the attention of not only social media but one of the world’s largest media platforms CNN. In a full feature story, CNN described Dennis Owusu-Ansah as a Ghanaian artist whose pop art images are taking Instagram by storm. The unique ...

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U.S. tightens visa policy for some Europeans with links to ISIS

Washington (CNN) The U.S. began implementing changes Thursday to its visa policies that will make it harder for some Europeans to travel to the United States in a bid to keep ISIS adherents out of the country. The new rules apply to European, Japanese and Australian travelers to the United States who have visited Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria since 2011 ...

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