Ghana cedi to be stable in 2021.

Courage Kingsley Martey, Senior Economic Analyst with Databank, has said with courage that, the Ghana cedi will be stable in the rest of 2021.He made this statement at the Pension Strategy Conference organized by AXIS pensions, Mr. Martey noted that his projections about the cedi are based on measures implemented so far by the Bank of Ghana. ”First of all, it is based on the performance we saw last year and typically this financial asset turn to move along with the sentiment of the market. Given the performance that we…

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There will be no double track for SHS1 students, – GES.

The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Prof Kwasi Amankwah said that, there will be nothing like double track system in this academic year in the various senior High Schools starting with the SHS 1 students as implemented the previous years as part of the government’s initiative. “This year, we don’t intend to do double-track for the first years. The double-track came in because of the subscription of some schools that people wanted to go into and we felt that we should give them the opportunity to go there,” he…

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Expansion of the Council of State.

His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo -Addo has hinted on the expansion of the newly appointed council of state in his speech during the inauguration ceremony. President Akufo-Addo has hinted at an amendment to the Constitution that will allow the President to appoint 17 people to the Council of State instead of the current 11 required. “In order to maintain the new regional government structure and equilibrium of the council as originally provided by the authors of the constitution, I expect you to be proactive partners in our common efforts to…

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Legislature, Judiciary, Health workers, to receive covid 19 vaccine – Kojo Oppong

Information Minister designate, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has in a press release  revealed the category of people to receive the first batch of the covid 19 vaccine as 600,000 doses of the vaccines arrives at the kotoka international Airport today. The statement indicates that, the first segment of the population who will be vaccinated are “health workers, adults 60 years and over, people with underlying health conditions, frontline executive, legislature, judiciary and their related staff, frontline security personnel, some religious leaders, essential workers, and teachers in Greater Accra Metro including Awutu Senya…

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