• Over 2000 people at Ketu South will benefit from a Skills Development Project
• The Coronavirus has forced land borders to continue to be closed
• Dzifa Gomashie hopes these skills will give people better livelihoods
After many failed attempts to get the land borders open, all in an attempt to get her people’s livelihood back in force, the Member of Parliament for Ketu South, Abla Dzifa Gomashie, has started teaching her people newer ways of surviving.
The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame, has brokered a historic deal to allow Ghanaian judges, lawyers, and law graduates to study in the prestigious Georgetown University Law Centre in the United States capital of Washington DC.
• Higher numbers of people continue to search for jobs
• Dzifa Gomashie says this is a national crisis
• She has also launched a skills development project to get her people employed
The Member of Parliament for Ketu South, Abla Dzifa Gomashie, has described the spate of unemployment in the country as a potential crisis.
A mental health expert has, amid controversies surrounding the arrest of Josephine Panyin Mensah, the lady involved in the ‘Takoradi fake pregnancy’ issue, called for an examination of the woman by a psychologist or psychiatrist.
Some social media users are calling on the host of Onua FM breakfast show to issue an apology to the Western Regional Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko after he (Captain Smart) went ballistic on him for announcing that Josephine Mensah, the supposedly kidnapped Takoradi woman was not pregnant in the first place.
Renowned professor of linguistics at the University of Ghana, Opanyin Agyekum, has described high ranking officials or successful individuals at the top of the food chain who pride themselves in speaking only the English language as lost.