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Mahama justifies bailoutexplains decision not admission of economic failure

President John Dramani Mahama says the decision to open discussions with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is not because of the failure of government’s own home grown solutions, but rather because of the need for policy credibility and confidence from the international financial institutions, capital markets and investors for the measures being implemented to restore economic stability and growth.

Money Swine! Toyota Land Cruiser for Hannah Bissiw B’day

Interesting pictures have started emerging form last weekend’s birthday bash for controversial Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture and Member of Parliament for Tano South, Dr. Hannah Louisa Bisiw ( now Mrs. Kpormego).

No credit sale of govt houses – SSNIT warns
The Social Security National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has served notice that it will not sell the government’s ‘affordable’ housing units at Borteyman in Accra on credit as it is being anticipated.

The baggage of an IMF rescue
This past weekend the expected happened: President Mahama gave the go-ahead for talks to begin with International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a new programme for Ghana, two years after the country completed its last stabilization programme with the Bretton Woods lender.

6 robbers arrested for allegedly murdering prophetess and CPP activist

Six persons have been arrested for their involvement in the murder of Prophetess Agnes Koomson, founder of Grace Saviour Ministry at Sowutoum in Accra last Thursday.

No cash, no drugsChamber of Pharmacy tells health facilities

The Chamber of Pharmacy Ghana has stopped the supply of medicines on credit to all health facilities on credit to all health facilities under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), effective August 1.

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