The daily minimum wage has been raised by 10 per cent, reaching GHȻ10.65 from GHȻ9.68. The decision was arrived at after deliberations of the National Tripartite Committee (NTC) in Accra on Thursday, July 26.
MTN Ghana says it has received complaints from some of its Mobile Money customers who allegedly contributed to a Ponzi scheme operated by Savanna Brokerage Investment and are demanding for reversal of their respective amounts invested.
It is the first time shares of a major corporation can be purchased using mobile money accounts. Ghanaians will be able to buy shares using Momo Wallet, MTN’s local mobile money platform with 6.2 million users.