The Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has challenged the Ministry of Food and Agriculture to implement targeted, deliberate policies to make Ghana self-sufficient in chicken production and save the nation from the huge poultry import bill.
The Ministry of Energy has said a letter making the rounds on social media purported to have come from Ameri Energy claiming the Dubai-based firm has no knowledge whatsoever about the Novation and Amendment Agreement vis-à-vis the five-year $510 million Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) deal, has not reached the Minister or any of the ministry’s agents.
Following the huge success of the first Ghana Blockchain Conference in 2017, the Organisers, Blockchain Network will host the second Blockchain Conference, themed “Blockchain technology for development, on Thursday October 25, 2018, at the Golden Tulip Hotel.
The Independent Examination Committee (IEC) of the General Legal Council (GLC) will organise a supplementary entrance examination for admission to the Ghana School of Law (GSL) following alleged examination malpractices that occurred during the initial entrance examination on July 27, this year.
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA)’s tax compliance campaign received a major boost between May and June this year during the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)’s Citizenship Week.
The President of the National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV, has stated that until corruption is dealt with completely, the Ghana Beyond Aid mantra of the government will remain a mere rhetoric.
When, in early 2017, the government announced the ban on small-scale mining, it received a lot of support and led to the downscaling of the activities of the miners whose activities had led to the destruction of our forests, water bodies and the environment generally.
A representative of the Conservative Party (CP) of the United Kingdom, Mr John Hayward, has bluntly expressed worry about the profligate expenditure on posters and banners by candidates at the 26th annual delegates’ conference of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) held in Koforidua last Saturday.
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