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IMF Bail-out: Ghana is paying for President Mahama’s mismanagemen

“Turning to the International Monetary Fund, 8 years after Ghana under President Kufuor weaned itself off dependence on the IMF, is a clear admission of spectacular failure on the part of the John Mahama-led National Democratic Congress government. It is the people of Ghana who are paying for President Mahama’s mismanagement of the Ghanaian economy and the extensive corruption associated ...

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History of Ghana

  The commencing chronicles of Ghana on 6 March 1957 and Kwame Nkrumahestablishment of Ghanaian Republicanism, including Ghanaian presidential election, 1960. Source of video:https://archive.org Credit:Ghana@50 Secretariat  

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BoG SPENDS $6.5 BILLION IN 6 YEARS TO STABILISE CEDI

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed that the Bank of Ghana, under the National Democratic Congress government, has spent a whopping $6.5 billion from 2009 to date, in their failed attempt to stabilize the value of the Ghana cedi. Notwithstanding this large expenditure of scarce foreign exchange reserves, Ghana’s currency is now officially, the worst performing currency in the world. According ...

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IEA proposes 400 MPs (from 275)

  After nationwide consultations on the ‘Winner- Takes-All’ policy, the advisory committee of a policy think- tank, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) has recommended an increase in the number of parliamentary seats from 275 to 400. This, according to the committee, will help to create an opportunity to bring on board knowledgeable technical experts, marginalized groups as well as ...

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Bawumia criticizes govt over cedi depreciation

Dr Mahamadu Bawumia The 2012 Vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party,(NPP) Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has downplayed government’s attempt to cite the 2007 redenomination of the cedi as major cause of the fast depreciation of the cedi to the US Dollar. Some government officials in their attempt to cover up attributed the downtrodden economy to the redenomination of the cedi by the John Kufuor regime. But, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has debunked that assertion that the ...

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A “New Ghanaian” is beginning to emerge

Years gone by, it would have been e a sacrilege to pour out in thousands to tell it as it is to a government by way of demonstration.   The law enforcers would definitely have swept over them in no time. Yes, demonstrations are constitutional rights but the typical Ghanaian’s psyche has always been that demonstrations had their limits and that ...

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Slow down constitutional review process – IEA to gov’t

The Institute of Economic Affairs’ Winner-Takes-All Advisory Committee has recommended that government slows down the pace for the Constitution Review process to enable proposals for dealing with the current winner-takes-all political system to be factored into the review process. IEA’s Winner-Takes-All Committee, under the chairmanship of Archbishop Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle, also recommended the review of the appointing powers of the ...

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Implement Anti-corruption Action Plan – Emile Short to gov’t

A former Commissioner of the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Justice Emile Short is calling on government to urgently implement the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan. Justice Emile Short says implementing this plan will save government money. Ghana has lost billions to corruption. Parliament in a bid to fight the menace approved the action plan last Thursday. National Anti-corruption Action Plan mobilizes ...

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Ghanaians advised to participate in national referendum

A member of the Constitution Review Implementation Committee (CRIC) and a Legislative Drafting Consultant, Mrs Estelle Appiah, has advised Ghanaians to actively participate in the upcoming national referendum. The referendum, which will be organised jointly with the district and metropolitan assemblies, follows a recommendation by the CRIC. Mrs Appiah was speaking at the Central Regional stakeholders briefing of the work ...

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