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Youth unemployment is a serious threat to national security. The problem in securing decent jobs after school may increase the vulnerability of young people to social vices and disorders.

Ghana’s Growth And The Missing Jobs

Written By Dr. Eric Akobeng - The youth are Ghana’s greatest asset and driving force of the economy. However majority of the youth who have acquired knowledge and employable skills do not have stable economic opportunities.

The unfortunate killing of seven people in the Ashanti Region suspected to be armed robbers has raised a number of questions regarding the professional conduct of the Police in certain respects.

IGP David Asante Apeatu

Written By Dr. Kofi Amponsah-Bediako - The Police Service has a responsibility to ensure the maintenance of security and protection of all citizens in the country.

Numerous economic problems facing the country include expansion in education at all levels, infrastructure, agriculture, health and other essential facilities needed for the overall growth of the economy.

Finance Minister, Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta

Written By DR. Kofi Amponsah-Bediako - The mid-year budget review came up with new measures to raise an additional 1.35 billion Ghana Cedis in an attempt to meet the fiscal deficit target by the end of the year and pave the way for a successful exit from the IMF programme.

From Degraft Johnson, Ekow Arkaah, Prof. Atta Mills to Amissah-Arthur. Your Excellency, Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur: You served your nation well and you will forever remain in our minds and in our hearts. Rest in Perfect Peace.

Contributions Of Late VEEP Amissah-Arthur To Ghana’s Development

Written By Seth Eyiah - Death is inevitable but the headache of man is when, where and how? Mr. Amissah-Arthur met his untimely death on June 29 during a routine physical exercise with his wife at the Ghana Armed Forces Gym in Burma Camp.

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