Fuel Hikes - Association of Ghana Industries threatens to lay off workers
AGI President, Nana Owusu Afari
The Association of Ghana Industries has threatened to lay of workers if government carries out its decision to remove fuel subsidy. The 15-30 percent increment over the week-end has caused the prices of goods and services to rise astronomically. This they described has increased the cost of production drastically, and if the fuel subsidy is removed, they will have no other option than to send workers packing.
Just imagine a country like Ghana beginning the year with lay-offs, so sad.
Occultism as we all know involves exploration of the supernatural by means of divination, spiritism among others, thus, things not seen by the physical. Gone are the days when the youth especially children did not know what occultism was all about, but, due to the proliferation of foreign movies especially Nigerian films – ‘Karishika’, 'Blood Billionaires', 'Bigger Boys', 'Last Wish', 'Exchange of Power', 'Knight of the Night', 'Last Occult', 'The Wolves' and Ghanaian movies such as; 'Malam Issa', 'Yahoo Yahoo', 'Cafe Guys, 'Ataara', 'Kyeiwaa', 'Otan ne Ahooya' just to mention but a few, such occultist movies make the young ones unduly superstitious and this situation can shatter their sense of logical evaluation of issues. Two out of ten children between the ages of 5-9, three out of ten children between the ages of 10-12 and four out of ten children between the ages of 13-17 know what i…
Following the untimely demise of Ghana's former President, John Atta Mills, and the subsequent elevation of his Vice, John Dramani Mahama to the high office of President, the position of Vice President became vacant for almost a week. Today in Parliament, a former Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Mr. Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur has been sworn into office as Vice President of the Republic to assist the President in the discharge of his duties.
Ghanaians all over the country are today voting to elect a new President and Parliamentarians to steer the affairs of the country for the next four years. As early as 10pm last night, people had already queued up at the various polling stations anxious to cast their ballot. I woke up this morning and decided to take a walk to some few places to observe what was going on. To my dismay people used all sorts of objects to queue, items like gallons, benches, chairs, stones and buckets were used to stand in for persons yet in bed.
Today being a public holiday, some busy streets in Accra have virtually been deserted as only a few cars were seen around. The Osu Oxford street, one of the busiest street in Ghana was totally empty with no business going on. At the Ministries area, the roads were completely empty-neither humans nor vehicles were in sight. *Giggling* I pray the traffic situation continues till after Christmas.
I took a few pictures for you to see. Do continue reading I will be up…