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VP Announces New Policies at a meeting with investors from Mauritius.-video

THE FIRST PHASE OF THE ONE DISTRICT, ONE FACTORY, IS OUT* The monitoring begins today *Ga South,* Soap Making Factory, Total Employment 125 *Kwahu South,* Saw Mill Factory, Total Employment 80 *Kintampo South,* Mini-hydro Plant, Total Employment 30 *Ga East,* Designer Lace, Textile Factory, Total Employment 350 *Denkyembour* Ethanol Plant, Total Employment 16000 *Kintampo North,* Cotton Buds Bandage, Total Employment ...

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Free SHS to begin from next academic year – Akufo-Addo

Source: multiple  As promised voters during the campaign, President Nana Addo Danquah Akkufo-Addo has kept his promise of paying all fees paid by students in the Senior High School ( SHS) system throughout the country. The expected payments by the government per student are as follows: General fees: 1. Admission = ¢20 2. Maintenance = ¢3 3. Cumulative Record =¢5 4. ...

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Surgeons remove 915 coins swallowed by Thai sea turtle

Published March 06, 2017            FoxNews.com Thai surgeons on Monday performed an emergency operation to avoid breaking the “Bank” — the nickname of a sea turtle who had ingested 915 coins that were cracking its shell. Veterinarians in Bangkok operated on the 25-year-old female green sea turtle who had been inadvertently fed a diet of coins ...

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How W.E.B. Du Bois Found His Final Resting Place in Ghana

Originally published in The Daily Beast The civil rights pioneer and author found his final home—and his burial site—in Ghana, the first African country to win independence from colonial rule. AMY YEE 03.05.17 6:15 AM ET ACCRA, GHANA — At the end of a globetrotting career that took U.S. civil rights pioneer and author W.E.B. Du Bois from his home in America ...

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GHANA @ 60: A Diaspora opinion and the need for discussions on an irrigation system leading to an Agricultural revolution in Ghana!

Preface: Sixty years ago, Ghana was liberated from the British colonial rule or what may be referred to by political pundits as liberated from the clutches of imperialist colonialism. As we celebrate this year’s Independence Day Anniversary on March 6, 2017, we need to take stock of the current situation or have some level of reflection on our achievements since ...

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Quote of the week…………source:Papa Kwesi Nduom

On such a day in 1945, a legend was born into this world. A legend whose passion and literary works has enlightened many and continue to do so. Almost everyone across the globe has nodded or sang along with the song “One Love”, “No Woman No Cry”. His “Redemption song” will forever resonate with Pan-Africans.

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Match Report: Burkina Faso 1-0 Ghana- Alain Troare’s fierce free kick earns Stallions 2017 AFCON bronze

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com Alain Traore’s piercing and well-curled free kick gave Burkina Faso the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations bronze medal at the expense of Ghana in a 1-0 win on Saturday night in Port Gentil. Ghana were looking to overcome the disappointment of another tournament that almost delivered glory, and as the half progressed, they had good chances through Jordan ...

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October 10, 1957: Ike Breakfasts with Ghana’s Finance Minister

Source:awb.com Two black men dressed in business suits strolled into a Howard Johnson restaurant near Dover, Del. one evening in October of 1957. They went up to the counter and ordered two 30¢ glasses of orange juice. As they were handed the juice in containers, wrapped up to take outside, the waitress explained that they could not sit down inside ...

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