Home / 2017 / August

Monthly Archives: August 2017

Get Back To Our Traditional Occupation – Mr. Mensah To Krobos

The greater Accra Regional secretary and member of Krobo Heritage Council Mr. Stephen Teye Mensah Djaba has advised the youth of the Krobo states to venture into Agriculture, the traditional occupation of their fore fathers. According to Mr. Djaba, agriculture ...

Read More »

Involve stakeholders in free SHS implementation – Christian Council

The Christian Council of Ghana has urged the government to involve all the stake holders necessary to enhance successful free Senior High School policy. According to Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni Frimpong, the free SHS is a very laudable policy but ...

Read More »

Think Outside The Box To Sustain 1-District 1-Factory-Peasant Farmers

The current government has successfully launched its One -District One- Factory industrialization programme at Ekumfi in the Central Region last Friday. After mouth of the project has it that, several commentators including technocrats and non-technocrats, agronomist, farmer groups, political discussants ...

Read More »

Cocoa: AfDB Reveals Big Plans For Ghana, Ivory Coast

Cocoa production in Africa is set to take a turn for the better, as the African Development Bank (AfDB) begin plans to support producers of the crop on the continent. Among other planned interventions, the bank is considering support to ...

Read More »

Compliance officers urged to enforce standards

 The Minister of Planning, Professor Gyan Baffour, has charged compliance officers in Africa to adhere to strict compliance regimes to safeguard the security of businesses across the continent. He said that would also enable financial institutions to adhere to strict ...

Read More »

Don’t Trust Political Promises On Your Human Rights To Safe Water And Sanitation

  Though law makers have a role to play towards provisions of safe water, sanitation and hygiene for the Ghanaian citizens, it must not capitalize on its importance and ability to sell when used as campaign promises. In a panel ...

Read More »

Deputy Agric Minister Finally resigns

The Deputy Agriculture Minister William Quaitoo has resigned ritefmonline.org can confirm. His resignation was confirmed by the Director of Communications at the presidency Eugene Arhin. The resignation comes days after he was accused of making ethnic comments against people from ...

Read More »

Krobo Bride Price Too Expensive, Scares The Youth-CBN

Reverend Chris Baah Nartey, resident Minister for Kpong Bethel Presbyterian congregation has appealed to families and parents to consider dowries and bride prices charge on men who seek to marry their daughters. Pastor Chris Baah said some families place high ...

Read More »

Government Fertilizer Supplying Will, Means To Deceit Farmers

Akuafuo Mma, a pressure group which claimed to be committed to the well-being of Ghanaian farmers, has expressed with disdain the manner in which farmers have been treated by successive government. Mr. Kwabena Agyapong in an interview with Rite FM ...

Read More »

Delay Of YEA Employees Allowance Not Deliberate

The Eastern Regional Youth Employment Agency coordinator, Mr. Osei Opoku Jerry, has confirmed to Rite Morning Ride the complaints by the YEA employees over delay of payment of allowances as partly true. He has however, attributed the delay to the ...

Read More »