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Accra, Ghana

Private industries need Gov’t support — DBG says

The government must establish the conditions necessary for the private industries to thrive, according to Dr. Godwin Kojo Ayenor, the Development Bank
Ghana military equipment

Police presence reduced the country’s crime rate — Akuffo-Addo says

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo claims that the country's crime rate has decreased dramatically as a result of increased police presence. 

Nyankpala halts academic activities over sporadic gunshots

Following shootings by unidentified people in the neighborhood, academic activities have been suspended at all basic schools in Nyankpala
national cathedral of Ghana

Minority blocks GH¢80m National Cathedral budget

The GH¢80 million extra financial allocation for the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture for the National Cathedral of Ghana has been rejected by a
Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta

Finance minister ‘sorry’ for economic crisis

On Friday, Ghana's finance minister voiced he was "truly sorry" for the country's financial difficulties but also defended himself against accusations that
Ghana Catholic Bishops

GCBC urges Nana Addo to serve as an example for the citizenry

The government has been strongly urged by the Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference (GCBC) to set an example in respect to its request for burden-
Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana

Concerned Drivers Association threatens to increase fares without consensus

If negotiations do not proceed as anticipated, the Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana has warned that its drivers may increase fares without getting
Nana Addo Dankwa, president of Ghana

Nana Addo rejects calls to fire Ken Ofori-Atta, cites betrayal of trust

Once more, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has rejected calls to fire Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, arguing that doing so would betray trust.
Nana Addo speaks on illegal mining (galamsey)

Nana Ado says his Govt’s fight against ‘galamsey’ is unparallel

The fight against illegal mining, also known as "galamsey," is being led by President of the Republic Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and he claims it is
On Strike

Public universities’ worker unions to strike on Monday

The public universities in Ghana will be on strike starting on Monday October 17 in protest of poor working conditions. A previous strike threat was

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