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Scrapping SPSS is not an option –President Mahama

President John Mahama has assured Ghana’s public workers that despite serious challenges facing government in the implementation of the Single Spine Pay Policy, scrapping it was not an option. He was addressing a national forum on sustainability of the Single Spine Salary Pay Policy in the Volta regional capital, Ho. Some of the challenges he mentioned was the misconception that ...

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Single Spine not sustainable going forward – Seth Terkper

Finance Minister, Seth Terkper says the Single Spine Pay Policy (SSPP) is not sustainable going forward because the country’s wage bill could exceed the total revenue if steps are not taken to address the situation. The Minister disclosed that Government spent GH¢ 4.3 billion on wages and salaries alone for the first half of this year, representing 70.1% of total ...

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Sankofa:Profile of Great African history maker -Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey

Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey Profile: Name Aggrey Other Names Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Date of Birth 1927-07-30 Place Anamabu Detailed Biography http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/people/person_photo.php?id=15390438 18 OCTOBER 1875 – 30 JULY 1927 As the early morning sun rose on Monday, 18 October 1875 in the rural Gold Coast village of Anamabu, a newborn babe’s cry rent the crisp air. The great-man-to-be, James ...

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Ghana:Written submissions to the Supreme Court by the EC, NDC and the NPP.

Sankofaonline.com brings to you the written submissions by the Electoral Commission, the National Democratic Party and the National Patriotic Party. Click on this link  to see the  NDC Written Address Click on this link to see the  EC Written Address Click on this link to see the NPP Written Address  

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Expect Major Interventions In Transport Sector In Next 4 Years – President Mahama

President Mahama has said his government will over the next four years, make major interventions in the transport sector. According to him, this will open up the country for the free movement of people as well as goods and services. The President also noted that he was also optimistic that boosting the transport sector will spur economic growth. Speaking at ...

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Economy Will Be Fixed Now That Energy Crisis Is Over-Prez

President John Dramani Mahama on Friday gave the assurance that government is up to the task of making Ghanaians comfortable although the first half of the year experienced some turbulence. He attributed the turbulence to the energy crises and economic challenges. President Mahama said while the energy challenges are almost over, the economy would also be fixed for the benefit ...

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Ministry commits to passage of Affirmative Action Bill

Source: Public Agenda By Elizabeth Ayamga The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection has reiterated its commitment to ensuring the passage of the Affirmative Action Law. The sector Minister, Nana Oye Lithur, gave the assurance at the 6th Biennial conference of District Assemblywomen on the theme “Affirmative Action Now” orga-nised recently in Accra . She indicated that her Ministry ...

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Sir John in Connecticut

Source: Akua Bonsu I Have Absolute Faith in SC Judges” – Sir John As rumors circulate among detractors that NPP General Secretary Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, popularly known as Sir John has disappeared from the Ghanaian political landscape, he appeared Sunday evening in Hartford, Connecticut in the United States to herald a Town Hall Meeting with Ghanaians. The NPP scribe called ...

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