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All New Roads To Be Tolled Ken Ofori-Atta

Ofori-Atta has served notice that new streets to be developed by government will be rung. He said the streets will have clients paying while at the same time going on them to recuperate the expenses. Mr Ofori-Atta spread the word about this on Monday, July 25 when he conveyed the mid-year spending plan survey in Parliament. He stressed that the new activities should be "self-funding" and that must be accomplished assuming the streets are rung.

Ken Ofori-Atta Should Be Charged With Homicide-Mahama

Street and building expert Abdulai Mahama has claimed that the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has unmitigatedly dismissed the President and Cabinet's mandate to deliver assets for the development of cradle zones and interceptors to control run-off and actually take a look at floods in Accra. He unveiled that the Ministry of Works and Housing should develop around 18 support locales in Accra yet from 2019 up till July 2022 not a solitary one has been built, refering to the Auditor General's report. “They were

‘We Won’t Go To The IMF’— Video of Ken Ofori Atta Promising Ghanaians Go Viral

Hours after a statement issued and signed by the Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah indicating that the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo authorized Ken Ofori-Atta to go to the IMF, a throwback video of Ken Ofori Atta has popped up. In the video he was heard promising Ghanaians that the New Patriotic government will never go to the IMF regardless the circumstance. According to him the consequences that are usually attached to going to the IMF are severe. The big question a number of Ghanaians are currently

Prez Nana Addo Runs To IMF To Save Ghana’s Shattered Economy

President Nana Akufo-Addo runs to IMF to fix Ghana's broken economy.Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta authorized to commences formal engagements with International Monetary Fund (IMF).Cabinet at a meeting on 30th June indicated it's support for Ghana to go to IMF. The President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo , has authorized Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta to commence formal engagements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This move is to invite the Fund to support an economic program put together by the Government of

E-Levy Deductions Will Start In May—Ken Ofori-Atta

The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has said that the controversial E-levy which was passed on 29th March will take effect from May 2022. According to the Minister the E-levy bill has been approved by Parliament though but it will take time for it to take effect. Speaking on Wednesday to the press at the State of the Nation address in Accra, the Minister said the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has to configure it's systems in order for the E-Levy to take effect. "We had some meetings with Controller and

Doing Bussiness In Ghana Is A Living Nightmare-Fella Makafui

Actress, entrepreneur and mother of one Fella Makafui has lamented on the harsh conditions entrepreneurs in Ghana face in their daily activities. The actress who seem pained by some harsh conditions in Ghana said in a tweet that if any entrepreneur can survive in Ghana then it is highly possible for that person to survive any part of the world. Recall the Finance Minister of Ghana, Ken Ofori-Atta while speaking to some graduating students of the University of professional studies, Accra encouraged young graduates to

Ghana Is ‘Broke’, Support E-Levy – Ken Ofori-Atta Tells Ghanaians

The minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has for the first time admitted that the country is faced with economic hardship. He noted that currently due to lack of funds the country is unable to embark on developmental project or increase salaries of its workers. SSpeaking at a Town Hall meeting in Wa on 21st February 2022, he stressed that in order for government to fill revenue gaps and increase development Ghanaians need to embrace the E-Levy. I look at teachers and civil servants for example, and I will be the

Ken Ofori-Atta Declares His Political Intentions

The Minister of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta has finally reacted to rumours on he aspiring the flagbearer race of his party and subsequently run the 2024 presidential race. Speaking to Paul Adom Otchere on 18th November 2021, he stated that he is satisfied to contribute his intellectual prowess to the success of Ghana as a whole. He noted that certain people sometimes believe that it is their energies and intellects that takes them far in politics but he firmly believes that is the work of God. “Sometimes, people believe

Gov’t Abolishes All Tolls on Public Roads Bridges

The Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta on 17th November 2021, has said that the government of Ghana has abolished on tolls on public roads and bridges. According to the Finance Minister, abolishing of tolls on public roads take effect immediately the Budget is approved. He noted that toll collection personnel will be reassigned. “Government will complete its work with this House to pass the fees and charges bill for implementation in 2022. “These fees and charges will be subject to automatic adjustment consistent with

Brace Up For Hard Times After 2022 Budget-A/R NDC Warns Ghanaians

The Communication caucus of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Ashanti Region has cautioned Ghanaians to brace up for more hardship as taxes will be increased in Wednesday's budget. Speaking on Akoma FM's current affairs and political show GhanAkoma on 16th November 2021, the Director of Communication, Abass Nurudeen said from all indications there's no hope in Wednesday's budget which Ken Ofori-Atta will be addressing the nation on because the NPP has shown Ghanaians little empathy. Citing Vice
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