The Municipal Education Director for Kpone Katamanso in the Greater Accra Region, Madam Rosina Adorbor, has called for a holistic approach to child upbringing if the society is to benefit from investments in education.
The Accra Presbytery Chairman of the Global Evangelical Church, Reverend Mawuli Dzidula Agudogo, has called on the Veterans Administration of Ghana (VAG) to intensify public education on the Poppy Appeal to sensitise Ghanaians to the sacrifices that soldiers made and continued to make for the country and the world at large.
The General Secretary of the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU), Mr Solomon Kotei, has commended the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) for its objectivity and professionalism in news reporting in spite of the prevailing challenges in the media landscape.
The Minority in Parliament has described the 2019 budget presented by the Minister of Finance, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, as empty, uninspiring and hopeless, as it does not offer any measures to reduce the suffering and hardship of Ghanaians.
After an anxious wait for the 2019 Budget, the Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, appeared in Parliament yesterday in his signature all-white ‘kaftan’ and delivered a 178-page speech in a motion that seeks to double investments in public infrastructure and lay a solid foundation for a Ghana that can survive beyond aid.
The Attorney-General (A-G) Thursday, November 15, 2018 tendered as evidence a document which it said proved that two houses at Trassaco Valley in Accra which have become a matter of litigation were for the businessman Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome and not the defunct UT Bank.