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If predictions by powerful and renowned seers and prophets are anything to go by, then ECOWAS Chairman, President John Dramani Mahama must gird his loins to battle three party stalwarts for the ruling National Democratic Congress 2016 flag bearer post, according to one renowned Seer.
In what could best be described as a strong test to the internal democracy of the ruling party, a renowned Islamic cleric, Mallam Shamunaus Staz Jibril, has forecast that three leading lights in the NDC would contest President Mahama for the 2016 flag bearer slot of the party. Read more...
Budget reading is the most visible and popular aspect in the budget cycle where the Minister of Finance presents the budget to law makers for legislation. A very important step after budget formulation is enactment where key stakeholders including civil society groups and citizens have a great potential of shaping the budget through provision of input.
Ghana is currently at the important stage of its 2015 budget cycle; The Ministry of Finance is soliciting inputs from recognised professional bodies, associations, civil society organisations and citizens, ideas and contributions that may be considered during the process of formulating the budget statement Read more...
Water packaging industry is fast becoming the country’s main employment provider, creating about four million jobs in the last five years, National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers has said.
This has forced more job seekers to find solace in the sachet and bottling water business that is seen as the fastest growing sector of the economy.
The employment numbers
At the moment the 10 major players in the sachet water business operate in the Accra and Tema region and employ more than two million people directly and indirectly..
Among the big players in sector are Everpure, Standard, Bel Aqua, Voltic, Mobile water and Aqua fill natural mineral water with each averagely employing about 2000 workers including those along the value chain including distributors and retailers..
Accra alone has 3000 more sachet water producers and other 3,000 in parts of the country operating on a smaller scale. Read more...
The Minister of Education, Professor Nana Jane Opoku-Agyeman, has appealed to medical schools to increase their intake of qualified applicants.
She noted that owing to the limited admission, most qualified applicants who are not admitted into Ghanaian schools travelled outside the country to study medicine, which imposed a difficult financial situation on such students.
“Let us use more innovative ways of ensuring that more students who qualify to study medicine are given the opportunity to study in Ghana than going abroad,” she said.
Prof. Opoku-Agyeman made the appeal at the 47th congregation and the second oath-swearing and induction ceremony of the University of Cape Coast’s (UCC’s) School of Medical Sciences (SMS).
Forty-six student doctors graduated after completing a six-year course in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
Prof. Opoku-Agyeman said although there were few medical schools in the country, they could increase their intake. Read more...
The chief of Donkorkrom No.1 in the Kwahu Afram Plains North in the Eastern region, Nana Akuamuah Boateng Tanor say the continuous refusal of trained teachers to accept posting to the district is seriously affecting academic performance in the area, hence, needs proactive solution.
He said "education in the area is dying slowly and it needs to be saved."
Nana Akuamoah Boateng Tanor made this known when the Eastern regional minister, Antwi-Boasiako Sekyere called on him at his palace as part of a two –day working visit to the district.
The chief stated that there are a number of schools without adequate teachers simply because teachers posted to such schools have refused posting as a result of this, and a number of pupil teachers have been engaged for some years now to augment the efforts of the few committed and selfless professional teachers in the district, yet their input are not up to standard creating huge deficiency in education in the area. Read more...
Illegal mining is to cause reduction in food production.
This came to light during a Global Pollination Project (GPP)-Ghana, capacity workshop for journalists from the southern part of the country at Somanya.
Dr Kwame Aidoo, the GPP Project Manager,said the illegal miners destroy farm lands and water bodies for agricultural and domestic purpose.
Dr Rofela Combey of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife at University of Cape Coast and a facilitator of the project, said in order for the country to ensure food security, the country must learn to protect pollinators who are the major agents in food production. Read more...
Vice-president Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has advised the public, as a matter of urgency, to reduce human-to-human contacts, especially with travellers from countries affected by the Ebola disease.
Such cautious approach to human interaction, he said, could help prevent an Ebola outbreak in the country.
Acknowledging that Ghanaians were generally hospitable, Mr Amissah-Arthur said there was the need, however, “to manage that culture well for now and save ourselves from contracting the deadly Ebola virus”.
The Vice-President was addressing the congregation of the Chiraa Circuit of the Methodist Church, Ghana in the Brong Ahafo Region, where he unveiled a foundation stone for the construction of a church complex last Sunday.
The project was initiated by the immediate past Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, Most Rev. Dr Robert Aboagye-Mensah, who, together with his wife, funded the project. Read more...
The government in an effort to improve the eco-system of the telecommunications industry has approved four new licencing policies to regulate emerging value-added services.
Dr Edward Kofi Omane Boamah, Minister of Communications said the new licences include Interconnect Clearing House Licence: with a potential to control the incidence of by-pass of incoming international telephone traffic to the country, International Wholesale Licence, Unified Access Service Licence and Mobile Virtual Network Operations Licence. Read more...
The Tuobodom District Magistrate Court in the Techiman North District has issued a bench warrant for the arrest and prosecution of 200 employers who have defaulted in the payment of workers’ contributions to the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) over a long period of time.
After several demands by SSNIT to the employers to honour their obligations, the Trust had no option than to drag them to court.
Speaking to DAILY GUIDE in an interview, the Techiman SSNIT Branch Manager, Anthony Cobbinah, said non-payment or delayed payment of SSNIT contributions denies SSNIT of investible funds for payment of benefits which is a serious offence under the National Pension Act 2008, Act 766. Read more...
A study published in the September edition of the Lancet Global Health Journal shows that the Africa Region, has the lowest tobacco use in pregnant women in the world.
Southeast Asia has the highest regional prevalence of tobacco use.
The study which is the largest to provide contemporary evidence on tobacco use during pregnancy using nationally representative samples from 54 Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs), was conducted during 2001—2012.
According to the study, about one in every 30 pregnant women used tobacco, with wide variations in prevalence within and between World Regions.
While tobacco use in pregnant women in low-income and middle-income countries is low; in Turkey, however, prevalence reaches as high as 15 per cent. Read more...