Insurance companies now offer insurance for dogs and cats in Ghana Ghana news
– Insurance companies now cover dogs for insurance
– Owners can benefit up to 5000 cedis if their dog dies
– NIC boss says it will improve insurance in Ghana
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Insurance companies in Ghana are now adding domestic dogs to their premium coverage. Homeowners who lose their pets or thieves can take advantage of premium coverage up to 5,000 cedis.
The head of the National Insurance Commission (NIC), Judge Ofori said that âthe Commission is committed to providing an enabling regulatory environment to support the viability and growth of its regulated entitiesâ.
Meanwhile, when asked if goats and sheep would be added to coverage, the KEK Insurance manager said that; “Sheep and goats cannot be insured at the moment, especially when they end up in cooking pots. What we are looking at is insurance for cats as well,” he said.
You need a permit to kill a grasscutter as the national hunting ban begins
Prohibition on hunting
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The Forestry Commission has banned hunting until December. The only exception is grasscutters – but hunters are only free to hunt grasscutters if they have a permit.
According to the Commission, the move aims to provide respite for wild animals, such as dikers, royal antelopes and wild boars (bush pigs), which provide the bulk of game (bushmeat) as it is time for them. animals to breed.
Accept Ghanaian nationality
The oldest victims of America’s 1921 murder of blacks in Tulsa accepted Ghanaian citizenship.
The siblings – 107-year-old Viola Fletcher and her 100-year-old brother Hughes Van Ellis – who visited Ghana a few months ago, are back on this new journey.
“We accept it with great joy and thank the President for this great honor,” said Viola Fletcher, 107, and her brother, 100, Hughes Van Ellis.
Over 100 years, Tulsa survivors leave US to become Ghanaian citizens
John Dramani Mahama criticized the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) intention to stay in power for the next eight years.
This intention to stay in power is known among the Ghanaian political elite as the âbreaking the eightâ. But the former president says that these political motives are for the NPP in power to “sweep under the carpet its corrupt practices”.
âThey say break the eight. So we sweep under the rug all the unnecessary things we’ve done – that way we don’t account for our eight years – No, accountability has to take place. You’ve been in government for eight. So another year the government has to come and hold you accountable, âsaid John Mahama.
Mahama’s comment follows on from President Nana Addo’s, he said the NPP “cannot continue to accept the setback that takes place every eight years.”
He goes on to warn this; âThe foundations that we are laying today for the prosperity of our nation will be shaken if we again allow the path to progress to be diverted,â he said.