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Ghana’s Right to Information Bill (RTI) drafted in 1999 by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) and passed by Parliament on March 26, 2019, is set to be implemented in January 2020. But the bill still needs the President’s assent …Continue reading
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BOG) has, in his latest press conference, sought to assure the public about the success of the BOG’s two-year “clean-up effort”.
This is curious considering the fact that after all the hoopla and …Continue reading
Despite immense mineral wealth, Africa’s economic success stories are few. Outside Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius, and Rwanda, economies on the continent have been held back by decades of state interventionism, corruption, petulant government spending, and irresponsible borrowing. National debts have reached …Continue reading
China’s footprints are all over the African continent, signing deals with many countries. However, the finer details of China-Africa loans are often kept secret. There are concerns that African countries are mortgaging their natural resources as collateral for the loans. …Continue reading
IMANI’s official review of the 2019 Budget Analysis on the Energy Sector in Ghana will first be presented to Parliament, whose leadership has invited IMANI’s President, to present its observations and recommendations of the 2019 budget to Parliament at a …Continue reading
The recognition of this social paradox is universally important, that is, religion and politics are separate entities.
Religion is led by faith, not by logic. However, the underlying principle that gives rise to the network of the two entities is …Continue reading
I ponder over some developments in Ghana – my dear country. I am worried about the intended national cathedral. But, this is a project that most clergy seem not to have a problem with.
The Bible admonishes that one must …Continue reading
A cartel of smugglers in Ghana is making brisk business, stealing fertilizers the government of Ghana is subsidizing and shipping them to neighbouring countries for immediate sale.
The government, in 2017, announced a National Fertilizer Subsidy Programme for farmers amid …Continue reading
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, earlier this week, toured six countries in Africa to strengthen bilateral agreements and sign new trade deals. …Continue reading