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  • Jan 18th 2017

    By Maxwell Okamafo Addo

    Telecommunications solution provider, Subah Infosolutions, has risen again with an orchestrated plot to resurrect the controversy over the role of Interconnect Clearing House (ICH) operator, Afriwave, in validating surcharge and licensing fees for the National Communications Authority (NCA).

    Subah, which also deals in revenue collection, ICT, Data Management, Healthcare and Banking, is strongly pushing these lies and sections of the media are publishing and speaking without reading in between the lines.

  • Jan 18th 2017

    And indeed, throughout our transient life’s journey on this earth, we have gone through the cycle of smiling, of sniffling and of sobbing. Was it not just yesterday, we all shared joyous moments with our mother? Today, here we are sobbing and mourning the loss of our beloved mother, our treasured guardian of ancient wisdom.

    Maame Afia Kobi’s loss for me is a profoundly personal one. She was not just a mother to all in the Ashanti Kingdom; or a mother to my brother and friend the Asantehene; Maame was also my mother, one who was full of deep insight and good counsel.

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  • ICH-Revenue Assurance not same as "Tax Revenue Assurance", but... SUBAH REVIVES LIES ...As NPP media orchestrates another controversy based on falsehood

    By Maxwell Okamafo Addo Telecommunications solution provider, Subah Infosolutions, has risen again with an orchestrated plot to resurrect the controversy over the role of Interconnect Clearing House (ICH) operator, Afriwave, in validating surcharge and licensing fees for the National Communications Authority (NCA). Subah, which also deals in revenue collection, ICT, Data Management, Healthcare and Banking, is strongly pushing these lies and sections of the media are publishing and speaking without reading in between the lines.
  • Mahama pays tribute to Asantehemaa

    And indeed, throughout our transient life’s journey on this earth, we have gone through the cycle of smiling, of sniffling and of sobbing. Was it not just yesterday, we all shared joyous moments with our mother? Today, here we are sobbing and mourning the loss of our beloved mother, our treasured guardian of ancient wisdom. Maame Afia Kobi’s loss for me is a profoundly personal one. She was not just a mother to all in the Ashanti Kingdom; or a mother to my brother and friend the Asantehene; Maame was also my mother, one who was full of deep insight and good counsel.
  • Ayariga challenges Akufo-Addo on unconstitutional nomination of 'Senior Minister'

    Bawku Central Member of Parliament (MP) who is challenging the constitutionality of the Senior Minister position has written to President Nana Akufo-Addo about the issue.  Mahama Ayariga raised the objection on the floor of Parliament last week Wednesday whilst discussing the list of Ministerial appointees brought to the House for approval. He has argued that the Senior Minister role, which will be occupied by former Finance Minister Yaw Osafo Maafo if approved by parliament, is alien to the constitution. Read his letter below: 
  • NPP Vice Chairman, wife arrested over post-election violence

    The Police in Brong Ahafo Region have arrested six more persons alleged to have been involved in post-election disturbances. They include New Patriotic Party (NPP)’s First Vice Chairman in Bechem, Alex Asare and five others. Mr Asare is said to have led one Justice Appiah to forcibly take over three toilet facilities at Derma near Bechem.

Politics

  • NDC won’t respond to Rawlings – Adams

    The National Democratic Congress (NDC), has stated that in the short-term, it will refrain from responding to its founder, Jerry John Rawlings’ diagnosis of the party’s poor performance in the past elections. Blaming the party’s defeat, considered to be worst of a sitting government, on corruption, impunity and disrespect, former president Rawlings said the NDC lost the elections long before the election.
  • NDC supporters urged not to be deterred by defeat

    Mr Japheth Baidoo, the Western Regional Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has urged supporters and sympathizers not to be deterred by the electoral defeat but work extra hard to make the party attractive. He said the result was not what was anticipated and as a result some of the supporters and sympathizers had not recovered from the electoral defeat.
  • Get on board let’s work - Zanetor

    Dr Zanetor Agyemang- Rawlings, Member of Parliament (MP) elect for the Korley Klottey, in the Greater Accra Region has asked her constituents to get on board and support her to fulfill the development agenda of the constituency. She said with the elections over, all that was needed was team work to propel the development of the area.
  • Mahama to embark on nationwide farewell tour

    President John Mahama will begin a nationwide thank you and farewell tour on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 following his defeat in the 2016 general elections. The President will be meeting traditional and religious leaders as well as regional and constituency executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as part of his tour. He will start off from the Upper East Region then later tour the Upper West, Northern, Brong Ahafo, Ashanti, Eastern, Volta, Central and Western Regions in that order.
  • World Bank Group to provide $517 mln for Ghana oil and gas project

    The finance adds to a $700 million guarantee package and brings its total financing to around $1.217 billion for the offshore project, whose gas component is set to open in 2018Reuters  | The World Bank Group said on Thursday it would provide $517 million to Ghana in debt and guarantees to support the $7.7 billion Sankofa oil and gas project being developed by Italy's ENI and upstream trader Vitol Ghana. The finance adds to a $700 million guarantee package and brings its total financing to around $1.217 billion for the offshore project, whose gas component is set to open in 2018, a statement said.
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