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Name one cocoa road project Mahama inflated – Minority dares COCOBOD

COCOBOD CEO Joseph Boahen Aidoo The Minority in Parliament says COCOBOD CEO Joseph Boahen Aidoo is likely to cause “financial loss” to the state following the suspension of works on cocoa roads. Minority Spokesperson on Roads and Transport, Kwame Agbodza said the economy will be negatively impacted because of the directive. …

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NDC MPs threaten legal action against revised 2018 budget

Minority parliamentarians have turned up their opposition to the 2018 budget a notch higher by threatening to begin a legal action to correct what they believe is a breach of aspects of thePublic Financial Management Act. Minority Chief Whip, Alhaji Muntaka Mubarak, has said the foundation on which Finance Minister, …

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Bukom Banku Storms Ketu North on Boxing Day

Brimah Kamoko aka Bukom Banku a Ghanaian boxer will on Boxing day Tuesday 26 December 2017 be the special guest as the Infinity Stars Hotel in Penyi in the Ketu North of the Volta Region hosts a lightweight contest. The contest is expected to afford the people of the Volta …

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NUGS Elects New Officers

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has elected new national officers at its 51st Annual Delegates Congress held at the Methodist University College, Ghana – Dansoman Campus. The new leaders are: Elisha Essumang Oheneba – President Mercy Asamani – General Secretary Josceline Arthur – Women’s Commissioner Dominic K Blay …

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Mugabe’s backdoor exit a shame – AU President

President of the African Union (A.U.) Alpha Conde has reacted to the resignation of Robert Mugabe, a week after the army took over political authority. Conde according to the visionguinee news website said he was delighted that the political impasse in Zimbabwe had been resolved. Whiles describing Mugabe, 93, as …

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Peasant Farmers angry with gov’t

The Peasant Farmers Association of Ghana is unhappy with a government decision to reject in-kind payment for input received under the Planting for Food and Jobs programme. According to the association, government agreed with small holder farmers to give them farm inputs while they pay 25 percent in cash, and …

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GRA destroys fake smuggled goods

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) on Tuesday (November 21, 2017) destroyed expired goods worth over  50,000 dollars. The goods, which were smuggled into Ghana through the Eastern corridor, include cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals as well as Indian hemp. The Chief Revenue Officer of the Customs Division of the GRA, Emmanuel …

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