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Ambulances follow Akufo-Addo, Bawumia for lunch whiles pregnant women ‘manage’ bikes – Manasseh

It is very interesting the pattern of events in this country, Investigative Journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni has noted. That drones will be a prioritized option for optimizing health delivery when ambulances are unavailable, that there will readily be available for the President and his Vice, ambulances for lunch purposes when some pregnant persons in labour have to virtually be rushed ...

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Parliament approves medical drone agreement

Parliament has finally approved the drones for medical delivery deal after three failed attempts. The Ghana Health Service (GHS) introduced the deal to help deliver blood and essential medicines across the country, especially to rural communities. 102 MPs voted for the deal while 58 dissented. The GHS recently described the deal as extremely useful and called on all Ghanaians to ...

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Roof of Kumasi city mall caves in

The roof of the popular Kumasi city mall has caved in, authorities there have confirmed. The roof came down Tuesday morning. It is unclear what triggered the incident but no fatality has been recorded. Management of the facility however say they are on top of the issue and the place will be cleaned up soon. The mall was commissioned by ...

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Amewu withdraws Ameri agreement; submits renegotiated deal

Government has officially withdrawn the controversial Ameri deal brought to Parliament by the sacked Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko. In its place is a new agreement which the current Energy Minister John Peter Amewu claims is an improvement on the initial agreement signed by the erstwhile NDC government in 2015. He would however not comment on whether this new deal is ...

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Ameri gives Ghana US$51.34 million discount

The Herald, has cited the “renegotiated and enhanced terms” power management contract between the Government of Ghana and the Africa and Middle East Resources Investment Group (AMERI Energy) and discovered a gift of US$51.34 million from the 250MW emergency power generators. But the US$51.34 million gift from AMERI to Ghana, was necessitated by the Akufo-Addo government’s difficulties with raising the ...

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Ameri gives Ghana US$51.34 million discount

The Herald, has cited the “renegotiated and enhanced terms” power management contract between the Government of Ghana and the Africa and Middle East Resources Investment Group (AMERI Energy) and discovered a gift of US$51.34 million from the 250MW emergency power generators. But the US$51.34 million gift from AMERI to Ghana, was necessitated by the Akufo-Addo government’s difficulties with raising the ...

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Hogere inkomens vaker in ernstige financiële problemen

Het aantal hogere inkomens met ernstige financiële problemen is in drie jaar tijd verdubbeld. In 2015 ging het nog om 9 procent, inmiddels kampt 18 procent van de hogere inkomens met betalingsproblemen. Het Nibud spreekt van een opmerkelijke ontwikkeling. ,,We tasten in het duister over de oorzaak.” 1,5 miljoen huishoudens (21 procent) in Nederland kampen met betalingsproblemen, zo blijkt uit het ...

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Steeds minder ouderen werken door tot aan AOW-leeftijd

Zestigplussers hebben steeds meer moeite om gezond de AOW-gerechtigde leeftijd te halen. De kans dat zij arbeidsongeschikt raken en een WIA-uitkering krijgen is de afgelopen jaren verder toegenomen, blijkt uit onderzoek van het UWV dat minister Wouter Koolmees van Sociale Zaken naar de Tweede Kamer heeft gestuurd.nd van de mensen tussen de 60 en 65 jaar oud kans om wegens ...

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Gaat de ozb omhoog of omlaag? Check het hier

Mensen met een eigen huis zien volgend jaar hun onroerendezaakbelasting (ozb) met gemiddeld 2,2 procent stijgen tot 289 euro. Dat verwacht Vereniging Eigen Huis (VEH) op basis van zijn vandaag uitgebrachte steekproefonderzoek. De hoogte van de ozb verschilt sterk per gemeente. Zo is in Nijmegen de ozb maar liefst vier keer zo hoog als in Den Haag. Eigen Huis verzamelde ...

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