COPEC situated that, the 12% expected hike would translate to average price increase of about GH¢1.33 per litre. While petrol prices are projected to go up by GH¢1.24/litre which is an 11.41% increase, the price of diesel may increase by GH¢1.43/litre depicting a 12.93% increase.
The finance and economic expert warned that the worst thing that could happen to Ghana at this point as the economy strives to rebound will be to default on debt repayments and therefore admonishing the government to take drastic measures to help tame any unlikely situation of such.
The Christian Council should first of appreciate the fact that petroleum revenue is highly regulated in terms of disbursement and investment
The Coalition of Muslim Organisations Ghana has written to Dr Paul Opoku-Mensah to officially acknowledge his apology and subsequent acceptance of such.
Above all, the senior Citizen and Statesman assured Arise Ghana of his unflinching support and his presence at our upcoming demonstration scheduled for the 28th and 29th of June, 2022.
We therefore, by this statement wish to call on Dr. Paul Opoku-Mensah to come out and retract that deliberate falsehood and apologize to the entire Muslim Ummah in Ghana. We also demand that, this rejoinder be read in the next edition of GTV Talking Point program, to correct the falsehood
According to the latest Monetary Policy report by the Bank of Ghana, the bad debt is made up of loan losses, depreciation, among others.
The benefits of a mining index on the local bourse are enormous, enabling both the State, Mining Companies, beneficiary communities and investors to attract the necessary capital and built-in incentives for all involved, Dr Bawumia indicated.
Teacher unions including NAGRAT, GNAT and others have given a June 30th deadline for government to pay the allowance or face a series of industrial actions.
They believe the Bank of Ghana’s measures put in place to curb the consistent rise in inflation are either not working or the situation is not being diagnosed properly. Both, are thereby calling on the government through the finance ministry to consider other factors such as the fiscal space.