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Government Raises GH¢1.19bn from E-Levy in 2023 – John Kumah

Deputy Minister of Finance, Dr. John Kumah, has revealed that the government garnered GH¢1.19 billion in revenue from the E-levy in 2023. These funds were allocated to the YouStart Programme, the Ghana Enterprise Agency, and the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme to tackle unemployment. Dr. Kumah made this known in …

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ECG Representatives Storm Parliament to Disconnect Power Over GH₵23m Outstanding Debt

Today, officials representing the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) have made an unprecedented move by arriving at the premises of Parliament. Their purpose? To disconnect the legislative house from the national power grid due to an alarming outstanding debt totaling GH₵23 million. This dramatic action comes amidst ECG’s vigorous efforts …

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Bawumia is Not Solely Responsible for Ghana’s Economic Woes – Nana Akomea

Nana Akomea, the Vice Chairman of the ‘Bawumia 2024 Campaign Team,’ has vehemently opposed claims suggesting that Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia bears exclusive responsibility for Ghana’s current economic challenges. Amidst allegations from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) holding Vice President Bawumia accountable for the nation’s economic hardships, Akomea …

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Majority Leader Reshuffle Paused for Further Consultations

The planned reshuffle of the Majority leadership in Parliament has been temporarily suspended to allow for deeper consultations. This decision was made to ensure alignment with the legal framework of the new Standing Orders of Parliament. Originally scheduled to be announced on Monday, the reshuffle was a key agenda item …

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Mastering the Art of Public Speaking: 5 Key Strategies

The misconception that only a gifted few can excel in public speaking is far from reality. Public speaking is a skill that can be acquired, honed, and perfected with consistent effort and practice. This principle holds true for any endeavor one wishes to excel in. Here are five tips to …

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Former Twitter Staff in Ghana Receive Settlement After Lengthy Disput

X, previously known as Twitter, has made payments to employees laid off from its African headquarters in Accra, Ghana, more than a year after their dismissal. The social media platform terminated the contracts of these employees, most of whom had been in their roles for only a few months, in …

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Bawumia Unveils “Tap And Go” Digital Transport Payment System

In a move set to revolutionize Ghana’s transport sector, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has announced the launch of the innovative “Tap and Go” digital payment system in Accra. This groundbreaking initiative aims to transform the way Ghanaians pay for transport fares, drawing parallels to the popular Oyster Card used …

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“Silence is the Best Answer” – Lil Win Responds to Martha Ankomah’s Lawsuit

Renowned actor Kwadwo Nkansah, known by his stage name Lil Win, has opted for silence in response to the recent legal action taken against him by fellow actor Martha Ankomah. Martha Ankomah filed a defamation lawsuit against Lil Win, demanding a compensation of Gh¢5 million along with additional damages. Despite …

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Ghanaian Fashion Designer Pokua Poku Passes Away

The fashion world mourns the loss of Pokua Poku-Mouhtiseb, the talented fashion designer and creative force behind Poqua Poqu. She passed away on Wednesday, February 14, reportedly due to complications during childbirth, at Lister Hospital. News of Pokua’s untimely death spread rapidly on social media, with many of her friends, …

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New Minister of Works and Housing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Sets Focus on Rural Housing and Saglemi Project

In his new role as Minister of Works and Housing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has outlined his key priorities, aligning with the objectives set by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Nkrumah intends to prioritize rural housing, drainage systems, and the Saglemi project, as announced in a significant ministerial reshuffle. President Akufo-Addo’s …

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