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‘Slow Down On The Borrowing And Fix Your Country’ – President Of World Bank Tells Government

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The president of World Bank, Mr. David Malpass has cautioned the government of Ghana to slow down on its excessive borrowing and focus on fixing the economy. President Akufo-Addo was in France not long ago to secure a loan facility worth £170 million for the Development Bank of Ghana. READ ALSO: Stop Insulting Ghanaians and … Read more

Sakawa Boy Captured In A Video Vomiting Money Like A Teller Machine — Watch

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Gone are the days when people used to say the only way for a person to become rich is to engage in hard work; things have changed in our modern dispensation and hard workers are rather earning little money.

The economy has changed from bad to worse making life very complicated resulting in an increasing desire for wealth among people most especially the youth.

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Lawyer Adwoa Safo Named A Liar Again By GEAC Over Land Claims

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Lawyer Sarah Adwoa Safo is lately the subject of all trolls for telling lies even Vicky Zugah can’t tell. Lies involving international bodies like the World Bank. A new report from GAEC once again suggests the Procurement Minister has lied again in an attempt to cover up her previous lies.
Last week as seen in a viral video, the Dome Kwabenya MP mentioned that she lobbied the World Bank to build one of the  JM Day Senior High Schools in her constituency which the World Bank has come out to deny ever dealing with her.

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NDC Government Used $150m To Build 900 Toilets

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A $150m World Bank sanitation project which commenced in August 2014 and runs through 2018 was supposed to revolutionise sanitation in our filthy capital.

Yet with just over a year to the end of the four year project, the project has yielded nothing but 900 toilet facilities across the capital.

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New Music Video: ‘Yen Ara Asaase Ni’ By Lynx Entertainment Featuring All Stars! Listen & Download It Here …

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Under the supervision of Lynx Entertainment and some of Ghana’s finest musicians have worked together to record a rendition of Ephraim Amoo’s nationalistic piece, ‘Yen Ara Asaase Ni.’

It featured Tinny, VIP, Quabena Maphia, Eazzy, Ayigbe Edem, Gyedu Blay Ambulley, Okyeame Kwame, Jael Wiafe and Efya.

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