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Bola Ray Gives Unlimited Opportunities to His Employees and Should Be Endlessly Celebrated – IMANI Ghana’s Franklin Cudjoe

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Founding President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has showered praises on Bola Ray, the CEO of the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network. Cudjoe, in a post on his Facebook handle, said the celebrated broadcaster turned media mogul deserves all the kudos in the world because of how he treats his … Read more

President Akufo-Addo Marks His Government’s Performance 72% – Ghanafuo Do We Agree?

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has graded his government’s performance in their three years in office at 72%. Akufo-Addo made the comment during the meet the press event being held today. He was asked about the assessment by policy think tank IMANI Ghana, which scored the NPP 48% for their ability to fulfil campaign promises … Read more

BOG's Decision To Revoke uniBank's Licence Looks Unfair And Politically Motivated — Franklin Cudjoe

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The head of the think tank IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has waded into the issue of the Bank of Ghana’s increasingly fraught decision to revoke the licence of uniBank, which among all the other banks seems to have been dealt with the most unfair of hands.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, examining the facts on the ground makes it clear that the Bank of Ghana are not acting in the best interest of the financial sector as they claim but for their own parochial interests which might be politically motivated.

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IMANI Ghana’s Franklin Cudjoe Says Appointment Of 110 Ministers ‘Doesn’t Make Sense’

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The Boss of policy think-tank IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has expressed immense disappointment with the President’s appointment of 110 new ministers, saying the decision simply ‘doesn’t make sense’.

The President appointed over two dozen deputy ministers and ministers of state Wednesday, bringing the total number of appointments he’s made to his government 110 – a number many Ghanaians are alarmed by.

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“Doe Adjaho Is the worst Speaker in Ghana’s History” – IMANI Ghana

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Mr-Edward-Doe-AdjahoKofi Bentil, Vice President of policy think tank, IMANI Ghana has in an interview back lashed the outgoing speaker of parliament Edward Doe Adjaho, branding him as the ‘worst performing Speaker’ in the country’s history.

“The Speaker was so terrible and indeed proved his critics right. He played the partisan role and ended up doing the NDC’s bidding.

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IMANI Ghana Says The NDC Fulfilled 52.9% Of Its 2012 Manifesto Promises

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The policy think-tank IMANI Ghana has given the ruling NDC government an average score in relation to their ability to fulfil the promises laid out in their 2012 manifesto.
According to the policy centre’s analysis, the NDC fulfilled 52.9% of the policies, programmes and projects outlined in the 2012 manifesto ‘Advancing The Better Ghana Agenda’.

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IMANI Ghana Says Majority Of Political Parties' Campaign Promises Are Unrealistic Empty Promises

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The policy think tank Imani Ghana just released a report that is already being ripped to shreds by the political parties – after they revealed their findings show that most of them are hitting Ghanaians with nothing but empty promises.
IMANI Ghana said that most parties fail to provide any details on how to fulfil their policies, such as how to finance it or how sustainable it would be. Based on their metrics, they judged only 18 out of 247 promises made as ‘quantifiable’ – a pitiable 7%.

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