2018 budget challenged – Terkper

2018 budget challenged – Terkper

Former Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has described the 2018 budget statement presented to parliament Wednesday by his successor Ken Ofori-Atta as challenged. As a result, he told Francis Abban, the host of Morning Starr Thursday he feared for the country’s fiscal sustainability. Reading the 2018 budget and policy statement which the government themed: ‘Putting Ghana […]

GIMPA TEIN Prez. Donates Books To Tongo School

GIMPA TEIN Prez. Donates Books To Tongo School

President of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Branch of Tertiary Institutional Education Network (TEIN), Mr. Roland Morbil Bamebaya has donated exercise books worth hundreds of Ghana Cedis to the Gare Primary School in Tongo, at Talensi, in the Upper East Region. The donation which was described as widow’s might was part […]

Let’s Promote Ga Language – Language Mistress Urges

Let’s Promote Ga Language – Language Mistress Urges

The Ga Language Mistress at Teshie LekMA ‘12’ Junior High School (JHS), and a recipient of Akrᴐ award Mrs. Ophelia Asheley Sowah, has urged her colleagues Ga Language teachers to help ensure the language is not killed in the Greater Accra Region. In an interview with Ghanaiandemocrat.com after receiving her award, Mrs. Asheley Sowah, 45, […]

2018 budget is ‘Ahokyere’ budget – Spio-Garbrah

2018 budget is ‘Ahokyere’ budget – Spio-Garbrah

Former Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah, has described the 2018 budget statement as ‘Ahokyere’ budget, to wit, a budget of difficulty. Speaking in an interview with Class 91.3FM minutes after the Finance Minister read the budget on Wednesday, 15 November, Dr Spio-Garbrah said: “This is Ahokyere budget, a budget for difficulty for […]

Minority calls 2018 Budget ‘Wahala Budget’

Minority calls 2018 Budget ‘Wahala Budget’

Amid hoots and various chants of disapproval, the Minority in Parliament has named the 2018 budget the ‘Wahala Budget’. Members of the Minority who have adapted the street jargon ‘Wahala’ as a befitting name for next year’s budget believe there is little truth to what the Minister for Finance is feeding the nation today. President […]

ALL ROAD LEADS TO BLACK FRIDAY ON JUMIA.COM

ALL ROAD LEADS TO BLACK FRIDAY ON JUMIA.COM

Have you ever felt special, three weeks before Christmas? Probably you have; but if you haven’t? then watch out for this year’s biggest event- JUMIA’sBlack Friday;Because,you are about to be pampered to an exciting discounted shopping of your life that will leave memories lingering. What is Black Friday? Black Friday is an unofficial holiday that […]

Hajj 2017: Govt Air Lifted Stranded 2016 Passengers – PAOG

Hajj 2017: Govt Air Lifted Stranded 2016 Passengers – PAOG

The Chairman of Pilgrims Affairs of Ghana (PAOG) Sheikh Ibrahim Cudjoe Quaye has revealed that the current administration has air lifted the 452 stranded passengers left over by the previous National Democratic Congress (NDC) regime to this year’s hajj pilgrimage. According to chairman Quaye, those passengers paid for their trip but could not be airlifted […]

Liberia’s Sirleaf honoured with statue in Nigeria next to that of Zuma

Liberia’s Sirleaf honoured with statue in Nigeria next to that of Zuma

Liberia’s outgoing president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been honoured in Nigeria’s southeast state of Imo with a statue, chieftaincy title, the state’s highest award and a road named after her. Sirleaf honoured the invitation of Governor Rochas Okorocha who had been criticised for conferring the same honours on embattled South African President Jacob Zuma last […]

My Brother Was Wrongly Accused – Sister

My Brother Was Wrongly Accused – Sister

According to the sister of Kamaldeen Suleman, her biological brother was wrongly accused for the death of his fiend Kofi Issaka. The sister Madam Samira Suleiman admitted that her brother was a practicing gay before he fled into hiding but he wasn’t the one who killed Kofi Issaka. Madam Samira made these revelations in reaction […]