Prof. Oquaye insists MPs should not be ministers

Professor Aaron Mike Oquaye (AMO), who is the immediate past Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament, is a distinguished scholar, an academic, a diplomat and a politician. Prof. Oquaye who is also a Reverend Minister was recently honoured by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) by naming its Centre for Constitutional Affairs …

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81.6% of Ghanaians want E-Levy cancelled – Survey

An overwhelming number of Ghanaians (81.6%) want the Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) to be cancelled and never be introduced, a survey by the Center for Economics Finance and Inequality Studies has revealed. However, 36.4% did not have any knowledge about the E-Levy. The research was carried out by Dr Benjamin …

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Inculcating anti-corruption behaviours in students

Looking at how intricately corruption is woven into the moral fibre of Ghanaians, it sounds ambitious to propose tackling it through formal and informal education of children of all ages. Unless some argue, it must start from the corridors of power, policymakers or the government of the day. But is …

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