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Monday, August 8, 2016

Ghana FA Spokesman Labeled as a "Scammer"

Ghana FA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara has labeled as a "scammer" claims that the Local Black Stars recent international friendly against Japan took place on the blindside of the country’s sports ministry.
The country’s tough-talking sports minister Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, who has been engaged in a running battle with the federation, claimed sensationally that his outfit was unaware of the international friendly exercise.
But it appears that claims by the legislature has gone off the roof with emerging evidence suggesting the contrary.
The federation’s spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara has stick knife into the  federation,, describing his clams as palpable lies.
“It ’sun fortunate it has gotten to this level. But absolute falsehood,” he charged on Accra-based Starr FM
“In the presence the Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi, the minister and officials of the ministry, this friendly was discussed.
“He (minister) was the one who even requested Avram Grant travel to Japan to monitor the boys.
“So if he didn’t know, how come he asked that Avram traveled with the team to Japan.
“I am telling you, it’s all lie, lies, that’s what it is, lies. You can quote me on that.” he fumed
Several key members at the Ghana FA have complained about the utterance and conduct of the minister since he assumed office.
It’s been widely perceived he a bone to pick with the federation even though he has constantly denied.
 “We have worked with a lot of ministers (since he became the Communications Director) but, I would specially applaud two ministers, Hon. Elvis Afriyie Ankrah and Hon. Mahama Ayariga for their great services for the sport” Mahama Ayariga left his legacy in the sports ministry in terms of generating revenue a legacy he introduced the NLA Soccer Cash and under his guiding Ghana reached the AFCON final
 Sannie worked on the BBC's Africa Football website as well as radio programmes Fast Track, Focus on Africa and Network Africa's sports segments.
The highlight of his BBC career came in three years ago when he scooped the Foreign Press Association Media award (FPA Media Awards), beating competition from other international journalists.
The investigation he carried out with two of his colleagues exposed conman masquerading as agents in African football.
The FPA award is seen as the crowning achievement of any journalist's career.
Sannie was also commentator for the opening and final matches at the first World Cup in Africa which was held in South Africa in 2010.
He joined the BBC in 2004 after working with Choice FM in Accra and also as the Ghana correspondent for South African broadcaster SABC TV Africa.
He has secured exclusive interviews with leaders in world football from FIFA president Sepp Blatter, CAF boss Issa Hayatou and UEFA president Michel Platini, Jose Mourinho as well as German legends Franz Benkenbauer and Lothar Matthaus.
The Ghanaian has also interviewed almost all of Africa's top players of the present and past generations including George Weah, Abedi Pele, Samuel Eto'o, Stephen Appiah, Michael Essien, Emmanuel Adebayor, Amr Zaki, Kolo Toure, Yaya Toure and many many others.
Sannie gained international prominence in 2001 when his personal appeal to FIFA earned Ghanaian goalkeeper Sumaila Abdallah the FIFA Fair Play Award for saving an opponent's life during a game through mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
While reporters and fans rushed home to watch a UEFA Champions League game on television immediately after the infamous match between arch-rivals Hearts of Oak and Kotoko, Sannie stayed behind to discover the gory sight.
He broke the news on radio with a brief report before joining the few fans at the stadium to give first aid to the injured and helped to evacuate the dead as the emergency services delayed in arriving.
Sannie holds a masters degree in International Journalism from the prestigious Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, after eight years with the global broadcasting,
Ibrahim Sannie Daara have change totally to the Ghanaians public , positions change a black man indeed , Either by married a friend sister or give a great position in power, money or favor given or promised in order to influence the judgment or conduct of a person in a position of trust. the time of  bribery and corruption today.   

Small business franchise

No, you won't get anything for nothing but there are a lot of things you can get for nearly nothing. Like getting to pick holes in my list. Go ahead. Pick holes and then link back here to show people how stupid I am.
I've put together a lot of these ideas from thousands of hours discussing businesses for sale with their owners. They've shared with me how their businesses operate, how they make money online, how they built their businesses up etc. They've given me access to their traffic stats, their earnings and accounts and tax figures. Many even gave me access to their Adsense or other "main earner" accounts. Some of those businesses were so irresistible that I bought them. And sold them. And bought others. It's a game. I love it.
Most of these business ideas can be run from anywhere in the world, even the United States, Australia and other non-English speaking countries. For consistency sake all figures are quoted in US dollars.
Each method is summarised in a single small para so appreciate it's not the complete unabridged version. And, no, I haven't tried each one so out of the 101 business models to make money online 102 may be completely dud. But, I do intend expanding - in due course - on some of the money-making ideas that worked for me.
More disclaimers will come when people sue me (suing can make you money, see #66)
Finding business ideas:
1. Spend all day browsing Site For Sale forums (like the list we have here) for the myriad ways people earn money online. People looking to sell their sites actually tell you how they make money! Pick one that suits you. Research it a bit, and away and start your own business. Or use a search engine to find ways to make money online. It seems to be so easy that it's almost impossible to find someone who doesn't know how to do it. (But why stop at one search engine (SE)? Most people get to less than 1% of the top qualify info they're seeking because they use just one SE like Google, don't have the vaguest of ideas of the advanced search featuresavailable, and don't know the benefits to be had using specialised SEs, local SEs etc. )
2. Bundle the two above to tell other people how to make money online. They always want to know. It doesn't matter if you don't know yourself, you can still charge them for it. I obviously don't have a clue as I'm giving it all away. You can now ignore everything else I say. But don't go spending money on internet cons promising to make you a millionaire and here's how to spot them.
3. Be more inventive with your search. Look for small business franchise newsletters. Or for home jobs in your particular niche or hobby. (And check point #2 above for those specialised SEs). You can also go through the appropriate DMOZ categories (examples: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12)
But using "search" is just the start of the game. There are simply so, so many ways. We hope you hang around to find out.
4. Like the guy you can pay to stick a message in a bottle for you and throw it into the sea. He's made tens of thousands of dollars already. And there are several others like him in all parts of the world. Do you live near a sea or river? Or join the cleanup of those bottles and get your council to contribute

The Energy Commission says it is making progress

The Energy Commission says it is making progress with moves to get industrial firms that generate their own power like mining and steel companies, purchase a specified amount of renewable energy for their operations.

The Commission plans to begin full implementation of the initiative before the end of the year towards achieving the 10 percent renewable energy target in the country’s energy mix by 2020.

The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has welcomed it as a cheaper option but wants government to support its members with direct or indirect funding because of the huge initial cost of installation.

The Director of Technical Regulations, Dr Nii Darko Asante says uncertainty among the firms is the only challenge with implementation.

"There is no resistance and there is not also adoption, it everybody being cautious. I spoke to one company which is willing to take all the risk and supply to companies. These are not necessarily big companies, it could be an office complex or a car dealer," Dr Asante said He said they would be supplying energy under a megawatt where the only thing they have to commit to is to buy the power.

"People are very cautious about signing a 20-year agreement to buy is just a little bit of fear of the unknown that is why we are encouraging them to that it is not a pipe dream. It can happen, it can work and it and it is cost effective," he stressed.

Meanwhile, the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has criticized the Energy Commission for what it describes as an abuse of its authority - to regulate the importation of renewable energy technology into the country.

According to the Deputy Executive Director, Ben Boakye the Commission can be blamed for the country’s inability to effectively deploy renewable energy.