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MP Donates Gh₵50,000 Towards Yendi Hospital Emergency & Trauma Center Completion | Politics

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The Member of Parliament for Yendi, Alhaji Farouk Aliu Mahama has presented a cheque of Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (Gh₵50,000.00) to the management of the Yendi Municipal Hospital to support the ongoing construction of an Emergency and Trauma Center at the hospital.

In February 2021, the legislator in partnership US based NGOs, Mission 3:18 and the Global Missions Resource Centre cut sod for the construction of an ultra-modern EMT Center.

The project when completed will boast both human and logistical resource development in healthcare delivery in the Yendi Municipality and other districts within the Eastern Corridor.

Speaking after handing over the cheque over the weekend, Alhaji Farouk Mahama tasked management to use of the money prudently to ensure a speedy completion of the center to attend to health needs of the people.

According to him, the beneficiaries (people of Yendi) reposed so much confidence in him and therefore becomes his responsible to lobby for such developments to the area.

“Health is one of my top priorities and I will be doing more to support with a lot of things. This is just the beginning,” Farouk Mahama assured.

On his part, Prince Tagoe, Chief Administrator of the Yendi Municipal Hospital on behalf of management and staff expressed gratitude to the Member of Parliament for his numerous support to the hospital in disserve ways over the years.

He noted this will go a long way to to support the completion of the Emergency and Trauma (EMT) Center to satisfy the health needs of the people of Yendi and beyond.

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NDC Suspends Constituency Chairman For Issuing Fake Party ID Cards | Politics

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has suspended the Constituency Chairman of Amasaman, Winfred Kofi Zoryiku, for issuing fake party Membership Cards.

According to a letter signed by the General Secretary of the party, Johnson Aseidu Nketia, popularly known as General Mosquito, Mr. Zoryiku admitted to printing, issuing and distributing fake ID Cards after “they were intercepted on the field”.

“You Mr Winfred K. Zoryiku, as chairman of the Constituency, was specifically accused of printing, issuing and distributing fake membership ID cards. When copies of these cards were intercepted on the field and traced to you, you admitted to the offence….”

“You are therefore by this letter to take note…that your membership of the NDC is suspended pending the hearing and final determination of the matter” portions of the statement read.

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I Thought E-levy Was Enough To Solve Ghana’s Problems, Why Agyapa Deal Again? – Ablakwa Asks Ofori-Atta | Politics

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Member of Parliament(MP) for North Tongu constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa wants government to admit to its failure to provide Ghanaians with the milk and honey it promised.

According to him, after piling heaps of burden on the citizens with the introduction of E-Levy, the government has no shame by seeking to rob the people again with its insatiable attempt to reintroduce the botched Agyapa deal.

Last week, the finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, advocated for a re-look at the controversial Agyapa Royalties Agreement, instead of abandoning it.

Mr Ofori-Atta said the deal must be taken through the appropriate process in order to make it work because it could reduce the country’s debt exposure.

Speaking during a press briefing to announce details of the African Development Bank 2022 Annual General Meeting on Thursday, the Finance Minister who hinted of the President’s approval, explained that the Agyapa deal “is not about whether the monetization of mineral royalties or listing of the company is bad or good, it is good because that is how you raise resources.”

“The question is the process of doing that. If we have a problem with the process, let’s articulate it, let’s cure it, but let us not drop something that would be good for us and reduce our debt exposure….

“My mind is still there. I know the President has mentioned something about that,” he said.

Reacting to this on Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’ programme, Okudzeto Ablakwa described the NPP government as a bunch of insensitive politicians. 

“I thought the Finance Minister during his frantic efforts to see to the passage of the E-levy said Ghana’s problem will ultimately be solved once the E-levy comes into force.” 

“Why are they trying to engage Ghanaians on this Agyapa deal again. They should understand that Ghanaians have suffered enough and will not countenance further any form of hardship that will seem to be fleecing the country’s coffers,” he said.

To him, the Minority remains opposed to the Agyapa deal and will ensure that it does not see the light of the day when it is brought to parliament again.

“Enough is enough, the Akufo-Addo government cannot make the country their cash cow for their failed and abysmal performance as a government,” he added.

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How Have We Wronged You? – Manasseh Tackles Prez Akufo-Addo | Politics

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Manasseh Azure Awuni, an investigative journalist, has said, the majority of Ghanaians made a mistake in 2016 and 2020 when they voted for Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the President of Ghana.

He pleaded with the President to have pity on Ghanaians until he leaves office in 2025.

“Nana, kafra. We made an irreversible mistake. Have pity on us until January 7, 2025,” he wrote on his official Facebook timeline.

Manasseh’s frustrations comes after reports suggesting that the Government has gazetted an Executive Instrument (E.I.) to approve the redesignation, sale or development of Achimota Forest.

In an earlier post on his Facebook timeline, the journalist asked, “How have we wronged you, Akufo-Addo? You gave Atewa to the Chinese, and now you want to desecrate Achimota?”

A document from the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resource, making reference to an Executive Instrument, stated that the Achimota Forest Reserve is to no longer be regarded as a forest reserve.

“An Executive Instrument (E.I.) 144 gazetted on behalf of President Akufo-Addo by the Lands Minister Samuel Abdulai Jinapor indicates that effective May 1, 2022, the land on which the Forest is located shall cease to be a forest reserve.

“The President’s action was in accordance with Section 19 of the Forest Act, 1927 (CAP. 157) which gives him the authority to declare that particular land is no longer required as a forest reserve,” portions of the purported E.I. read.

Meanwhile, Samuel Abu Jinapor, Minister, Lands and Natural Resources, has dismissed reports suggesting that the Government has gazetted an Executive Instrument (E.I.) to approve the redesignation, sale or development of Achimota Forest.

“Achimota Forest has not been sold, it has not been compromised, it will not be sold, it remains as it is. We will continue to reforest the Achimota Forest and God willing, we intend to develop the Achimota Forest into a true forest reserve, which will serve Accra and the people of Ghana,” Jinapor said at a press conference in Accra.

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