A Ghanaian lady in Lebanon has called out for help as a result of constant maltreatment from her employers.
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The lady, whose identity has been withheld, informed a Ghanaian living in Dubai and known as Richard that she has been denied access to communication via Whatsapp.
The lady reportedly sent a message via audio in which she described the harsh conditions under which she lives and works.
She explained that she has not been allowed to come home despite the fact that her mother died in Ghana.
The lady went on to say that she once lost consciousness due to constant beatings and was further assaulted in a doctor’s office.
Per a report by dailyguidenetwork.com, she added that she could lose her life if measures are not implemented to get her returned to Ghana.
In other news, the minister of finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has revealed that the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) will continue to have a private firm to team up with it regardless of the cancellation of the deal with the Power Distribution Services (PDS).
Presenting the 2020 budget statement in Parliament, he disclosed that the government is interested in learning from past mistakes with respect to the PDS deal.
According to him, there is a need for a private partner to team up with Ghana’s major power distribution company in order to make it more viable.
Ofori-Atta explained that there is a long-term plan to create a power sector that is equipped to meet the needs of Ghanaian households and businesses.
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