Ghana will Need Over GH15 Billion for a 28-Day Lockdown

Ghana will Need Over GH15 Billion for a 28-Day Lockdown

As the market activities continue to drop and many Ghanaians are calling for a Lockdown, foward-looking fiscal and monetary measures are necessary to save the economy from impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

The exponential growth of the number of cases is already causing a progressive lockdown. With this development, businesses would close and physical activities would cease.

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  • 30-03-2020 at 09:15:22 AM
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A Lockdown in Ghana: A Dicey Decision to Take | Haruna Yakubu
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A Lockdown in Ghana: A Dicey Decision to Take | Haruna Yakubu

The world is witnessing a pandemic, which is threatening the human race without discrimination. It knows not the rich, poor, scientists, religious leaders, young, old nor destitute.

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  • 30-03-2020 at 11:36:08 PM
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After Independence, Nkrumah Gave Us Democracy Not a Republic | ILAPI
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After Independence, Nkrumah Gave Us Democracy Not a Republic | ILAPI

The name Nkrumah is sensitive and most “Nkrumahists” are quick to react to anything mentioned about Nkrumah. Reading this article with a defensive mind would not allow you to appreciate the cabal system we have as a nation.

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  • 31-03-2020 at 01:49:31 AM
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Doing Business in Ghana: Three things Affecting Business operations | ILAPI
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Doing Business in Ghana: Three things Affecting Business operations | ILAPI

A widely accepted principle that had spurred the growth of businesses and entrepreneurship development is having a competitive economic environment that accommodates and reward efforts to jobs and wealth creation. Almost every business has to face regulations from government agencies to start or continue to do business.

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  • 31-03-2020 at 02:13:30 AM
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What NDC and its Allies Must do Right Over the Voter Register | ILAPI
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What NDC and its Allies Must do Right Over the Voter Register | ILAPI

The recent pictorial messages across the entire country and regional cities are centred on Electoral commission’s mission and Vision statements to revive and administer successful elections with an authenticated registry and voting system. The news hit the media and agencies in Ghana and the diaspora, whiles the responses toward new changes were not on positive phenomenon to other political parties, NGO, CBO's and international organizations worldwide.

The Electoral commissi

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  • 29-03-2020 at 08:24:57 AM
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Ghanaian Businesses are collapsing but no one is reporting| ILAPI
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Ghanaian Businesses are collapsing but no one is reporting| ILAPI

Economic contraction resulting in business closure and job lost are inevitable in the business landscape. In Ghana’s case, the challenges of the financial sector led to the collapse of 9 banks and 23 savings and loans.  Many small scale businesses had their capitals locked up and others losing substantial savings meant for business start-ups, growth and expansion.

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  • 31-03-2020 at 01:54:41 AM
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