American Investor Exposes 10 Government Officials Who Demanded Bribe From Him

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Managing Director of Alafei Foods Company Limited, Claude D Convisser, has narrated how eight to ten government officials demanded bribe from him when he came to invest in Ghana. He alleged that these officials, including a secretary of a parliamentary candidate, “Keeps demanding bribe” from him. READ ALSO: Upcoming Musician Accuses Kurl Songx Of Taking … Read more

Nigerian Man Praises Ghana Government After Receiving His Share Of Electricity Incentive

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A Nigerian man living in Ghana, by name Victor Asemota has taken to Twitter to shower praises on the Government of Ghana for its electricity Incentive which was introduced to alleviate the difficulties brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. President Akuffo Addo announced a few weeks ago an electricity incentive aimed at reducing the hardships … Read more

Coronavirus: Ghana Testing The Efficacy Of Famous Madagascar COVID-19 Herbal Potion, CVO As Possible Treatment For Infected Patients

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The Government Of Ghana has revealed its intention to run a scientific analysis of the famous herbal potion which has been used by African Neighbours Madagascar to successfully treat its COVID-19 Patients. This disclosure was made at a Press conference jointly organized by the Ministries of Health and Information. Last month, Madagascar’s President Andry Rajoelina … Read more

Stonebwoy Pleads For The Legalization Of ‘Weed’ In Ghana

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Bhim Nation President and multiple award winning Reggae/Dancehall artist, Stonebwoy has added his voice to the host of celebrities charging the agenda for Government to legalize the use of marijuana in Ghana. Livingston Etse Satekla, known widely as Stonebwoy, backed the course at a recent press conference held at the Golden Tulip Hotel. READ ALSO: … Read more

Gov't Hits Another Roadblock For National Cathedral Construction Which Means More Of Our Money Has To Be Wasted

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Artistic impression of the yet-to-be built National Cathedral

The needless decision to construct a National Cathedral with a huge donation of prime Accra real estate has just gotten more expensive for the people of Ghana even though everyone keeps assuring us that it’s not government that is paying for the cathedral.
According to documents sighted by myjoyonline, the piece of land being cleared by government to host the building has on it a private IT firm who stands to make mega losses if moved at such short notice and are thus calling on government to pay millions of dollars before they surrender their land.

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Gov’t Hits Another Roadblock For National Cathedral Construction Which Means More Of Our Money Has To Be Wasted

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Artistic impression of the yet-to-be built National Cathedral

The needless decision to construct a National Cathedral with a huge donation of prime Accra real estate has just gotten more expensive for the people of Ghana even though everyone keeps assuring us that it’s not government that is paying for the cathedral.

According to documents sighted by myjoyonline, the piece of land being cleared by government to host the building has on it a private IT firm who stands to make mega losses if moved at such short notice and are thus calling on government to pay millions of dollars before they surrender their land.

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Ghana Government Halts Steps To Dissolve The GFA ─ Full Details

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The government of Ghana and FIFA recently agreed to set up a normalisation committee to help bring back Ghana football to normalcy after the storm that hit it in the wake of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas #12 expose´.
The government is expected to file a motion today [Monday] at the Accra High Court to officially withdraw its liquidation petition against the Ghana Football Association.

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Government Agrees To Halt GFA Dissolution After FIFA's Threat To Ban Ghana — Reaches New Agreement

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A delegation from the Ghana government met with a Fifa delegation in Zurich today, Thursday August 16th and agreed to halt the court process to dissolve the Ghana Football Association.
The meeting follows a threat from Fifa to Ghana to halt the court case to dissolve the GFA before 27th August or face a ban from international football.

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LEAKED: Government Of Ghana's Response To FIFA's Ban Threat

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The effects of the aftermath of the Anas’ number 12 expose continues to unfold. After FIFA recently wrote to the Government of Ghana threatening it with a ban, the president Akuffo-Addo led government has through a leaked letter Ghanacelebrities.com intercepted responded to the world’s football governing body.
The Government of Ghana in the leaked letter to respond to threats by world football governing body, FIFA is asking for further engagement in order to resolve the impasse.

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Government of Ghana Denied the Creative Arts Sector GHC 3M in 2013 – It Has Not Released A Dime in 2014 Too

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The government of Ghana did not release its budgetary allocation to the creative arts industry in 2013 and has this year too, not given a dime after half of the year is gone; GhanaCelebrities.Com has learnt.

Government for the first time made an allocation of GH¢2 million in the 2012 budget for the creative industry under the tenure of our late President, Prof. Evans Fiifi Atta Mills. Disagreement erupted after it emerged that only members of the musicians union accessed the funds. Some players in the movie industry and even other sectors of the music industry were unhappy.

Following the disagreements over the money, President John Dramani Mahama, speaking at a meeting with selected members of the creative industry at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi ahead of the 2012 general elections, promised to increase government’s budgetary allocation to the sector in order that many will benefit.

He said: “I am just assuring that we are going to make another budgetary allocation more than the amount [that was given] and you have to collectively come out with a blue print for investing it in the best way that will serve our purpose.”

True to Government’s promise, the Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, presenting the 2013 budget to parliament, disclosed that the government has allocated an amount of GH¢3 million to better the lot of the industry – ….“The creative arts industry will be supported with GH¢3 million in 2013,” Mr. Terkper said.

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Name Calling And Insults, Where Lies The Government of Ghana’s Priorities?

God bless our homeland Ghana, and make our nation great and strong! Sad this is not the situation. A land where lawlessness is the order of the day, there is no responsibility and accountability. The country is now being run on insults, name calling and appalling remarks. Educated people are behaving like illiterates. Anytime somebody … Read more