Watch Vide0: Yawa Moment G!rlf?r£nd Chatting With Another Gúy Whiles Being Ch0pp£d Basabasa

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 Watch Vide0: Yawa Moment G!rlf?r£nd Chatting With Another Gúy Whiles Being Ch0pp£d Basabasa. As sighted on social media, a controversial viral video of twosome causing waves on internet. As people constantly say, the qualification of a man on b3d is how he make the partner feel more comfortable. 

In this viral video, the gùy was seen making things good to please the his l0v£r but only relised he was just joking as the ladi was awfully chatting with another even though she was receiving the hard kicks… You get to view this much trending buzz below.

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Fixthecountry: Claim Of Phone Cloning False And Baseless – Oppong Nkrumah

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Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has denied claims that National Security operatives cloned the phones of the conveners of #Fixthecountry campaign.

One of the conveners, Oliver Barker-Vormawor in an interview on Joy Newsfile programme alleged that “when we left the meeting, we had credibly established that one of our representatives, the only person who was using an Android phone, his phone was cloned. And that all the messages and conversations we were having on our platform, he could no longer assess. So what we did was we flashed his phone immediately.

We discovered just this morning, that calls from his phone were being diverted to another phone. When we searched for it online through True Caller, it’s called ‘Monitoring’ on Vodafone”

However, Information Minister in a statement said it is a normal practice for the “phones of all visitors” to be “kept at the reception of the Ministry of National Security. The Ministry has no basis to and did not tamper with the phones of the convenors”

Read the full statement below

Source: Peacefmonline.com

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Akufo-Addo Hasn’t Changed; He Just Needs Time To Fix The Country – Gideon Boako To Ghanaians

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” . . Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo hasn’t changed. He’s the same Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo,” Dr. Gideon Boako, Spokesperson for Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has told Ghanaians.

According to Dr. Gideon Boako, President Nana Akufo-Addo will need time to fix the country stressing his second term just began.

Making his submissions on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ programme, he asked Ghanaians not to lose sight of the good works of the President in his first term, citing some good policies like the free SHS, payment of allowances among others.

Dr. Gideon Boako also reminded Ghanaians of the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on world economies, for which Ghana has also been badly affected and therefore will take a gradual process to get the nation back on her feet.

He, however, empathized with Ghanaians over their plight but believed the President is on the right track to improving their living conditions.

He called on them to exercise patience with the President saying ” . . Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo hasn’t changed. He’s the same Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. It’s the same Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the same government that had the good heart to improve the lives of the citizenry that is in power again…and is in action to adopt good policies to continue improving the lives of the people.”

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It Will Cost Government US$10 Billion To Fix All Roads In Ghana-Ofori-Atta

The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has estimated that it will cost government US$10 billion to fix all dilapidated roads in Ghana.

The Minister said this when responding to a question from the media on Sunday, during the Minister’s press briefing.

The question was relevant following agitations by the #Fixthecountry. campaigners calling the government to fix the country’s bad road network.

The Minister recounted some of the social intervention services provided Ghanaians, especially the vulnerable during the COVID-19 lockdown including provision of free electricity to one million lifeline consumers, supply of free water to households, free distribution of food packs to the vulnerable and evacuation of stranded Ghanaians abroad.

He reiterated government’s commitment to immunize about 20 million Ghanaians with COVID-19 vaccines, as it had begun bilateral discussions with global partners to secure the vaccines.

Mr Ofori-Atta said government will, this month, start rolling out eight additional interventions under Ghana’s Coronavirus Alleviation and Revitalisation of Enterprises Support Scheme (Ghana-CARES) programme, to create more jobs and boost the Ghanaian economy.

The 100-billion Ghana cedi programme, also known as “Obaatanpa” would witness the implementation of various projects in the health, agriculture, tourism, trade, digitization and technology as well as housing and social services sectors.

Mr Ofori-Atta said government would also begin the implementation of $250 million Jobs and Skills Development programme to create jobs in the private sector businesses, instead of expanding government employment schemes.

The Minister said, in the coming days, his outfit would collaborate with the Water Resources and Sanitation Ministry to address water challenges, especially in the urban centres to ensure regular flow of potable water from the taps.

It would also work collaboratively with the Ministries of Transport and Roads and Highways to tackle traffic congestion on the highways.

In July this year, he said, a new Development Bank would be set up to provide long-term financing to the private sector through commercial banks.

Mr Ofori-Atta noted that despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Ghanaian economy, the rate of growth of the public debt had been lower under the Akufo-Addo-led Government than under previous administrations.

“The rate of debt growth was lower despite massive investments in our flagship programmes such as the Free Senior High School Policy, Planting for Food and Jobs, NABCo, One District, One Factory, One Village, One Dam, restoration of teacher and nursing trainee allowances, while maintaining macroeconomic indicators and exchange rate stability,” Mr Ofori-Atta emphasised.

“We were elected not to complain or compare, but to get things done. To fix what is broken and Government and I are determined and committed to do just that,” he assured.

The Minister underscored the need to keep the healthy conversation and dialogue on fixing the economy going so that “we can have a collective action to deal with the country’s challenges”.

He announced a hashtag ‘Fix this together and save our country.

Source: GNA

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Passing Wages And Salary Policy Will Curb Businesses Paying ‘Slave Salaries’ – Kofi Amoah

Economist and businessman, Dr Kofi Amoah has bemoaned the manner in which some businesses in the country pay their employees ‘slave salaries’ at the end of the month.

Dr Amoah said it’s unfair that some of the businesses are making profits yet do not give their staff living wages.

According to him, employees must know their worth and decry such injustice meted out to them.

Additionally, he said business owners that can not pay living wages to any of their employees must go out of business.

“We should all become interested in the level of salary and wages that we pay to Ghanaian workers…we are paying slave wages.

“If someone is being paid ¢400 a month; they have to pay their own transport in and out when you calculate depending on where they live, the ¢400 half of it will be into transportation. They haven’t eaten lunch, they haven’t eaten breakfast,” he lamented.

As a businessman, Dr Amoah said he didn’t feel proud to be Ghanaian because of some of the inequality that exists in society.

According to the economist, he would rather everyone was rising to the top of the financial ladder while gaining opportunities in life.

“I would like to see Ghana rise in a meaningful way,” he said.

“In our society, I think the class structure is very bad, people like you and me, educated, we have a job, look at your suit, somebody’s monthly salary can not pay for that silk tie. It is not your fault, you deserve it, but why shouldn’t we allow other people to deserve it?” he quizzed.

That notwithstanding, Mr Amoah advised that as a country, the only way the situation can be rectified is to pass wages and salary policy that mandates employers to give their employees living wages.

In his view, “policy drives the success and progress of a nation. We have to understand what we need to do as a society and the kind of policy we must have that will create opportunities for people.”

And according to Dr Amoah, a good policy must make provisions for workers to have access to living wages and salaries to be able to take care of their families.

“What is the point in going to work every day but at the end of the month what they give you doesn’t make sense. we should all decry that kind of society.”Tags:   Dr. Kofi Amoah Salary Wages

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