Today on Newsfile, host Samson Lardy Anyenini and his guests discussed the good and bad of the voters’ registration exercise.
The discussion also centred around the violence that occurred during the week when students at the various senior high schools began writing the WASSCE.
Meanwhile, Covid-19 is still in the system and affecting the livelihoods of individuals.
A new Covid-19 Business Tracker survey revealed that about 42,000 employees were laid off during the country’s partial lockdown in March.
About 770,000 people, making up 25.7% of Ghana’s workforce, had their wages reduced and the working hours of about 700,000 employees were decreased.
Samson Lardy Anyenini and his panel also dived into the economic impact of Covid-19 on these people, their businesses and how to revive them.