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Ghana Police Officers Send A Straight Forward Message To President Akufo Addo and IGP

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The salary of police men and women across Ghana were at the best of their lives as there November salaries were doubles by a said salary adjustment.

This was known after officers in the Ghana Police Service (GPS) were made to understand that from their electronic payslips.

On their electronic payslips, police personnel across the country were made understand that the salary increment were as a result of a salary adjustment.

The IGP made it known in an interview with Kwame Sefa Kayi in Peace FM that the said salary adjustment was as a result of a salary increment that the police division has been appealing for and for that matter it was in to stay.

Unfortunately, the month of December salary of the personnel came in with a shock of their lives as the said salary adjustment is conspicuously missing.

Police men and women across the country have expressed their dissapointment on both radio and social media.

Social media has received a post that sends a message from teachers across the country to His Excellency President Nana Addo DanKwa Akufo-Addo and the Inspector General of Police who is in the person of Mr James Oppong-Boanuh.

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Domelevo To Hold ‘Retirement’ Thanksgiving Service After Akufo Addo Forced Him To Retire

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Domelevo To Hold ‘Retirement’ Thanksgiving Service On Wednesday

Former Auditor General Daniel Domelevo will arrange a thank-you service on Wednesday, 10 March 2021 to mark the end of his term at the Auditor General’s Office.

Daniel Domelevo was forced to retire by the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, after leaving for 167 days.

The President stated in a letter that his records indicated that he was due to retire in June 2020 and therefore thanked him for his services to the government.

Mr. Dumelevo will arrange service of thanksgiving to Christ, the King Catholic Church, to mark the end of the age and its service to the land.

The ceremony, which will take place at 4:00 p.m., will see family and friends celebrating the man responsible for fighting corrupt government officials.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Dumsor Is Back: Kumasi In Dumsor For Solid 8 Hours

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According to the aggrieved residents, it’s better to have a timetable for the power rationing if ‘dumsor’ is back.

Many communities across the Ashanti Region with Kumasi as it’s capital have been facing unannounced interruption of their power supply.

This has led to several complaints against Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), who have in turn blamed Gridco for the situation.

“This is the same way dumsor started in Mahama’s administration so I’m convinced dumsor is back,” an angry tailor in Kumasi told Utimate FM.

“All that I need now is a time table so I can plan my life. I’m tired of ECG’s lies and blame game on Gridco.”

Meanwhile, other residents in Kumasi have also called for a load-shedding so that they can plan ahead.

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GRIDCo explains Sunday’s nationwide power shutdown

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GRIDCo explains Sunday's nationwide power shutdown

The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) has confirmed that the nationwide power outage on Sunday [March 7, 2021] was caused by a power system challenge.
In a statement, the company said its technical team is working to restore power to all Bulk Supply Points (BSPs) across the country.

“We are still working to determine the reasons for the complete device shutdown and will inform the related stakeholders in due course,” the company added.

On Sunday afternoon, about 2:10 p.m., there was a nationwide power outage. Many people took to social media to express their outrage at the unannounced power outage. Following GRIDCo’s announcement, power has been restored in several parts of the world.

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