Yesterday, I saw some of the pitifully sad and abandoned-looking 84,000 able-bodied ‘educated’ youth almost ‘strapped’ together like the 17th century slave caravan hoping to be one of ONLY 500 spots the Ghana Immigration Service is looking to enlist in 2018. Yes, only 500 spots competed for by 84,000 people. …
To Deal with Special Dev’t Ministry’s Advertised Planned Financial Waste, Tame the Runaway Office of Gov’t Machinery Horse Before It Destroys the Stable.
By Franklin Cudjoe This week, we heard two worrying news items on potential waste of financial resources involving two government agencies whose creation my colleagues at IMANI questioned. These are the Senior Minister’s and the Ministry of Special Development and Initiatives. Unsurprisingly both agencies are sitting within the Office of …
Mr. Franklin Cudjo, the founding president of a educational and policy think thank, IMANI Ghana has described the newly announced levies by the NPP government as “funny levies”. He was questioning bases for the yet to be announced ‘compulsory vehicle towing levy’, saying, if the levy is only one of …