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In His Own Time, He Makes All Things Beautiful – Okoe Boye Reacts To His Appointment | Politics

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Former Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku, Dr. Bernard Okoe Boye, has reacted to his appointment as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA).

A letter issued and signed by the Chief of Staff, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare said that President Akufo-Addo has appointed the former Deputy Minister, as the CEO of NHIA, pursuant to ”Section 14(1) of the National Health Insurance Act, 2021 (Act 852)”.

The letter read: “Pursuant to Section 14 (1) of National Health Insurance Act, 2012 (Act 852), I am pleased to inform you that the President has appointed you to act as the Chief Executive of the National Health Insurance Authority (the “Authority”)), pending the receipt of the constitutionally required advice of the governing board of the Authority, given in consultation with the Public Services Commission,”

The appointment takes effect Tuesday, 3rd May 2022.

Dr Bernard Okoe Boye, in a reaction on Facebook wrote: “In His own time, He makes all things beautiful. I thank God Almighty for remembering me. I remain eternally grateful to His Excellency, President Akufo-Addo for doing me this honor. Finally, I would like to thank all of you for your love, well wishes and prayers. To God be the glory, a great thing he has done” 

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#2gether2rescue: Join The NDC Now! ‘You Need To Be a Stakeholder And Not a Spectator’ – Chief Biney Rallies Ghanaians | Politics

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Deputy National Organiser of the largest opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Chief Hamilton Biney, has asked Ghanaians wanting to join the great ‘umbrella’ fraternity to visit their various party branches to register from 21st May to 7th June 2022.

“Kindly visit your branch and speak to the NDC branch executives at your polling station to register. You need to be a stakeholder and not a spectator,” he posted on his facebook wall Friday.

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NOTICE

Our great party NDC, is reorganising its base to win elections come December 7, 2024.

Kindly visit your branch and speak to the NDC branch executives at your polling station to register. You need to be a stakeholder and not a spectator.

Join the NDC now! Limited registration exercise starts from 21st May to 7th June 2022.

NB: This exercise is for NEW members only!

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EC Begins Inspection Of Political Party Offices | Politics

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The Electoral Commission (EC) has begun inspecting all registered political party offices across the country to ensure that they operate in line with the Political Parties Law.

This forms part of the mandates of the Commission as enshrined in the Political Parties Act 2000 (Act 574) to inspect political party offices and monitor their activities.

“The Political Parties Act, 2000 (Act 574) mandates political parties to have offices at the national, regional levels and at least in two-thirds of the districts in the country,” the EC stressed.

In a letter addressed to the political parties, the Commission reiterated that it wanted to see “if the political parties are functioning and if they meet the requirements by Act 574, including having functioning offices, filing of their accounts at the EC and whether their offices are owned by them or rented.

 

 

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‘Nana Kafra, We Made An Irreversible Mistake’ – Manasseh Tackles 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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