Ghana’s economy will continue to grow - Terkper

Ghana’s economy will continue to grow - Terkper

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Accra, Nov. 19, GNA – Finance Minister Seth Terkper in his presentation of the 2015 Budget Statement to Parliament on Wednesday, predicted that Ghana’s economy will continued to grow at...

‘Government will continue to implement bold economic measure…

‘Government will continue to implement bold economic measures’

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Accra, Nov. 19, GNA – It was the cumulative overrun in the wage bill of over GH¢1.9 billion, in addition to over GH¢3 billion overrun in arrears for 3 years...

Finance Minister presents 2015 Budget Statement

Finance Minister presents 2015 Budget Statement

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Accra, Nov. 19, GNA – Ghana’s successful structural transformation rests on three strategic interventions, one of which is the strengthening and deepening of the essential elements and institutions of good...

Several teenagers desired to see NPP Flagbearer at Kasoa rally

 

Kasoa, Sept 4, GNA - Several teenagers, mostly students hoping to catch a glimpse of the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) flagbearer, Nana Akufu-Addo at a rally at Kasoa on Sunday, went home disappointed when he did show up.

     The flagbearer, according to them, had promised to show up at the rally which was to introduce Mrs Mavis Hawa Koomson, NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Awutu Senya East.

     Mr Robert Abasah, a party branch Chairman in the area told the Ghana News Agency that Nana Akufo-Addo could not come because of other equally important engagements.   

     The Kasoa rally attracted a lot of youths, most of whom, said they came because of the NPP flagbearer, having promised to provide free secondary education if voted to become President of Ghana.

     Benedicta Kankah, an eleven year old girl said, she like the man Nana Akufo-Addo and wanted him to become President because “my parents will not pay fees anymore.”

     She wished Ghanaians would vote for him to enable him to implement the free education policy.

     Earlier on, Mrs. Koomson appealed to people in the Constituency to vote for her and urged women in particular to help her in campaigning so as to win the seat to implement her development agenda for the area.

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