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Accountants’ role in transparency and cash flow management cannot be underestimated

Isaac Charles Acquah, a Chartered Accountant and a Financial Services Consultant, says every organisation or corporate entity needs an accountant to manage its transparency, public accountability, and cash flow management. He said Accountants played a crucial role in effective corporate governance that could not be underestimated and helped to significantly reduce the countless weak governance practices that led to significant …

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Gas supply challenges led to Saturday power outages – GRIDCo

Gas supply challenges from the offshore fields led to the power outages experienced in some parts of the country on Saturday February 27, the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) has said. GRIDCo said in a statement that the challenges have been resolved and further assured that power to the affected areas will be restored soon. “GRDICo wishes to inform the general …

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GPHA Port Security Manager retire

The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) has organized a farewell parade in honour of Colonel William Kwablah retired, Port Security Manager who bows out of active service at the port. The Port Security Guards put out an impressive and skilful display in slow and quick march to entertain the management, staff, and cross-section of the public who formed part …

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More details emerge on SHS graduate who led robbers to kill ambulance driver

A recent Senior High School graduate, John Appiah alias Omega who was named by Police as leader of a team of robbers who attacked an ambulance and killed the driver while sexually molested a female paramedic still remains on the run. The said John Appiah is believed to have turned off his phones and gone underground after his images went …

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Akufo-Addo to receive standing ovation in churches after breaking his silence on homosexuality

President Akufo-Addo has broken his long silence over the raging subject of homosexuality currently under discussion in Ghana saying at St. Michael and All Angels Cathedral on Saturday, 27 February 2021, that homosexuality will not be legalized under his government to wide applause and a standing ovation. Several Churches goers interviewed by MyNewsGh.com late night yesterday said today, Sunday they …

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I will make sure some individuals at Sports Ministry go to jail – Isaac Dogboe

Former Bantamweight champion Isaac Dogboe has sworn to cause the imprisonment of some officials at the Ministry of Youth and Sports. Dogboe in social media post vowed to ensure the said persons go to jail. “I’m going to make sure some individuals at the Ministry of Sports Go to Jail. Mark It On The Wall!!!” Dogboe tweeted. Dogboe’s post was however silent …

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You’re in contempt of the people, retract and apologise for your comment – Kwaku Azar tells Judicial Service

Professor Stephen Kwaku Asare, known popularly as Kwaku Azar, has lashed the Judicial Service of Ghana for their letter to media houses ordering the media to pull down and clear from their online platforms “hateful, spiteful, vengeful and incendiary” comments about the Justices of the Supreme Court of Ghana. According to him, the Judicial Service needs to retract their statement which …

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Automobile industry suffocates under coronavirus

The Automobile industry in the Tema Metropolis is suffocating due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has virtually toppled sales and promotion and serving as a blockade to customers. “Car dealers are suffering and need immediate action to resuscitate it”, Mr. Kofi Yeboah, Automobile Dealer at Community 4, told the Ghana News Agency in an interview at Tema stressing that business was down. …

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We are not going to allow anyone to sell the vaccines anywhere – Dr. Nsiah-Asare

Dr. Anthony Nsiah-Asare, the Presidential Adviser on Health, has stated categorically that the government will not sit on the fence and allow anyone to make money through the roll-out of the coronavirus vaccination. He said that as the government scouts around the world to ensure that it procures the needed numbers of vaccines expected to cater for the 20 million Ghanaians, …

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Okudzeto Ablakwa clashes with ‘angry’ Joe Wise over follow up question

The vetting of the Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen is ongoing and as usual, members of parliament are required to ask the minister-designate some questions to know whether or not he’s fit for the job before approved. During today’s section, the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa who wanted to do a follow up on a question he asked earlier was …

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