Confirmed: Over 18,000 Ghanaian Nurses get financial clearance by Ministry of Finance

The document available bares tha, the Ministry of Finance headed by Honorable Ken Ofori Attah has just released a press statement on subject matter of the recritment of Ghanaian Nurses.

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BREAKING NEWS: Min. Of Finance Issued Clearance For The Recruitment of Over 18,000 Ghanaian Nurses -CHECK OUT
By Myafricatoday -August 22, 20200

The document available bares tha, the Ministry of Finance headed by Honorable Ken Ofori Attah has just released a press statement on subject matter of the recritment of Ghanaian Nurses.

In a press release signed by the deputy Finance Minister and MP,Mrs Abena Osei Asare,the Ministry has issued financial clearance for the health ministry to employ over 18,000 Ghanaian trained nurses.

These over 18,000 Ghanaian nurses are supposed to begin work latest by April 2021 to help improve the health delivery system of Ghana.

This recruitment is being done specifically for the 2018 year group or batch of Nurse Assistant Clinical,Nurse Assistant Preventive, Diploma Nurses,Degree Nurses and Midwives. In all,18,455 nurses will be recruited.

See press statement below:

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Editorial: Clarification on Fiscal Data Reporting; Ato Forson, John Jinapor must know

Paragraph 183, page 44 of the 2020 budget shows that government has been reporting our fiscal data to exclude the financial sector and energy sector bailout cost. The NDC’s assertion that we only did that when we went to the IMF is therefore flawed.

The IMF reported both data- including and excluding in the same table. The NDC chose to mention only the including

Meanwhile government of Ghana treats those two items as below the line items in the budget and that is what the IMF agreed to for us to exit the program. In their reporting they mention the two just as we did in the budget but we all use the one excluding