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OccupyGhana Condemns ‘Unconstitutional’ And ‘S*xist’ Practice Of Barring Pregnant Nursing Student From Writing Exams

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OccupyGhana has condemned the actions of the principal of the Gushegu Midwifery Midwifery Training School, where a pregnant student was stopped from writing exams due to her condition.

The incident generated outrage, especially when it emerged it was not a national policy employed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) but one employed unilaterally by the principal of the school.

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Dutch-Ghanaian Writes On All That’s Wrong With The Ghanaian’s Approach To Work – Is He Right Or Is He Right?

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There’s no doubt there’s something fundamentally wrong with the way Ghanaians approach many things, which clearly shows in many of the problems plaguing the nation.

There’s our notoriously lackadaisical approach to being punctual, and the belief that it’s not worth applying yourself in any public sector work because ‘the job is not for your father’ – I could go on and on and on.

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Occupy Ghana Condemns Mob Injustice Meted Out To Woman Alleged To Be A Thief In Kumasi – Calls For Prosecution Of Perpetrators

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Human Rights Abuse in Ghana

Pressure group OccupyGhana have condemned the barbaric attack on a lady suspected of stealing in Kumasi, calling for the authorities to do their best to apprehend the culprits.

The video of the mob attack on the woman, which included many men s*xually assaulting her after they stripped her, has sparked a public outcry as the conversation over mob justice rears its ugly head once again.

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OccupyGhana Calls For Police Probe Into Disgraceful Parliamentary Bribery Scandal

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blankPressure group OccupyGhana has called on the police to investigate the disgraceful allegations of bribery currently flying around Parliament involving the confirmation process of Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko.

In a statement, the group calls for an “independent Police investigation into the damning allegations and a no-holds-barred criminal prosecution of anyone found to be on the wrong side of Ghanaian law in this scandalous development.”

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VIDEO: Alfred Woyome Categorically Denies Being Beneficiary Of Ghc 35m Contract As Alleged By OccupyGhana

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Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has comprehensively denied allegations her has signed a deal with government for Ghc 35m, as alleged by pressure group OccupyGhana.
Speaking to the press in the wake of the news, Woyome categorically denied the allegations of a new contract.

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Woyome Was Awarded Another Contract Despite Ghc 51m Judgement Debt Saga – OccupyGhana Alleges

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Alfred Agbesi Woyome entered into a contract with government at the tail end of last year despite the entire judgement debt saga that has been dragging on for seven years now and which is still unresolved – that is the bombshell allegation released by OccupyGhana.
In a statement released November 24, 2016, the pressure group alleges their investigations have uncovered ANOTHER contract handed to Woyome by Government despite the fact that he illegally (according to the Supreme Court) took Ghc 51m from Ghanaians, an amount he has yet to pay back despite a two year old Supreme Court order.

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Occupy Ghana Statement – AG Discontinued Woyome Case Because Government Is Scared Of Him

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Alfred Woyome

Pressure Group OccupyGhana has expressed dismay with the decision of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Marietta Brew Appiah Oppong, to discontinue a motion in the case to retrieve the Ghc 51m judgement debt owed the state by businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome.
In a statement sent out after the news broke about government’s decision, OccupyGhana said the NDC government have never been serious about retrieving the money from Woyome because he is one of theirs and they are scared of what he might reveal about his accomplices if pursued too much.

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OccupyGhana Reveal Shows Smarttys Performed The Rebranding Contract Before Government Sought Procurement Approval

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Mahama Bus in Ghana

OccupyGhana has been chasing government around for answers since the Smarttys rebranding deal that seemed fishy from the start, and after getting some documents, have began putting the pieces together.
According to the political pressure group, who received some of the documents pertaining to the saga following a court order, government first sought approval from the Public Procurement Agency (PPA) for the contract in July last year, months after Smarttys had already completed the rebranding.

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