Analysing the health sectorâ€™s portion of the national budget at least for the past five years will show the inadequacy of the Government of Ghanaâ€™s (GoG) tax sources into the national budget for the sector, prompting the need for alternative sources.
It hurts to see young people offering such unquestionable support for very self-seeking, self-perpetuating and self-aggrandizing politicians and it feels a bit elating to see a few of them, initiating a move to sustain pressure on government to get the country fixed.
Kindly permit me to use your medium that undoubtedly has a far-reaching target audience to notify the Minister for Roads and Highways (Hon. Amoako Attah) of the potential road menace, that is brewing and will manifest sooner or later if it is not properly addressed.
The theory that the COVID-19 pandemic was triggered by the Sars-CoV-2 virus being leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China was recently given new life following an explosive article in theÂ Wall Street JournalÂ (WSJ) in which the authors claimed: â€œthe most compelling reason to favour the lab leak hypothesis is firmly based in scienceâ€. But does the science really support the claim that the virus was engineered in a laboratory?
Ghanaâ€™s debt position at the end of 2020 stood at GHÂ¢292 bn (76 per cent of GDP) which at the going rate of GHS5.78 to US$, translates into US$50.52bn is quite alarming and requires the requisite attention of the citizenry.
Former Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, released a statement which, according to him, is a rejoinder to set the records straight and to expose to Ghanaians that President Nana Akufo-Addo and his family and friends instituted the Agyapa deal â€œto pull wool over the eyes of the public for their personal agenda."
Dear Group of Honourable Members of Parliament (G-275),
Itâ€™s about four weeks since one Honourable was sad, angry and pissed because he experienced a fraction of what we go through every single day of our life working in Child health in Ghana. Since then I have watched some of you talking in the media along political party lines, bragging about what governments past and present have done for healthcare in Ghana.
Nigeriaâ€™s decision to suspend Twitter indefinitely could backfire for the government and cost the country economically in terms of new investments into its technology sector. The Nigerian governmentÂ suspendedÂ Twitter on June 4. The officialÂ press releaseÂ gave only a vague justification, citing threats to â€œNigeriaâ€™s corporate existenceâ€.
As there are inadequate amount of ICUs in our hospitals and a large number of suspected and confirmed COVID-19 patients are being turned away despite struggling to breathe, medical professionals have recommended a number of health tips and tricks that might come handy during the pandemic.
On a normal day, I would not be writing about an educational policy that is clear in terms of its intended objectives but what I witnessed yesterday scared me. It scared me so much that, I could not believe what I was hearing. I had a call from Adom TV to be a guest on the Big Agenda show at 5.30 pm.