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As we go about our “politicking”, may we be cautious and mindful to use civil or temperate language in presenting our messages. We should also factor the four basic things: WHAT, HOW, WHEN and EFFECT principles and guidelines.

Use of civil language as December elections approach

Written By The Very Rev. Major Yaw Boateng - The use of temperate or civil language plays a very important role in the political environment. Language or speech is the instrument that brings change, inspires hope, and the determinant to convince thoughts. It is therefore imperative that all political players are circumspect in their speech and language. It is said that the manner and conduct of how one presents a message go a long way to warm hearts, inspire thoughts and drive home the point. One may have very sound and brilliant ideas, however, the manner of presenting them may cause confusion, division and spark mayhem. There is the need to always use temperate or civil language in the political environment.

The revenue mobilisation trend of GRA through the implementation of the Ghana Customs Management System in recent years revealed a monthly minimum revenue of 800 million Ghana Cedis and a maximum of one point two billion Ghana Cedis.

Role of UNIPASS in national revenue mobilisation

Written By Dr Ebenezer Ashley - Contrary to the stance and expectations of some stakeholders in the import and export business; and civil society groups, the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has implemented UNIPASS/Integrated Customs Management System (ICUMS) at the Tema Port and other ports of entry across the country. It replaced the Ghana Customs Management System (GCMS) ran collectively by Ghana Community Network Services GCNet and Customs World of Dubai, formerly known as West Blue Consult.

It is very critical for people who go to the registration centres to adhere to the COVID-19 preventive protocols to ensure that the exercise does not add to our already precarious situation.

Deliberation on the Nationwide Voter Registration

Written By Dominic Hlordzi - The nationwide voters’ registration kicks off Tuesday, June 30. The about one-month exercise is geared towards getting eligible Ghanaians onto a new electoral roll that will be superior to the old register. The new voter registration exercise is scheduled to end on Thursday, August 6.

President Akufo-Addo upon assumption of office envisioned a country where its development will be driven by the ingenuity of Ghanaians leveraging on the nation’s endowed human and natural resources.

Ghana Beyond Aid Vision

Written By Dominic Hlordzi -Dreams, visions, ideas or plans are very essential in the life of individuals, families, communities, nations and even continental blocks. They help shape direction and serve as road map to the attainment of aspirants. It is instructive to state that the creator of the Universe encourages people to dream dreams when He declared in the book of Acts 2:17 that quote “In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams.” Unquote.

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