Monthly Archives: April 2015

Statement: Removal of unauthorized and sub-standard billboards

The Ghana Highway Authority and National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) acting in collaboration with Department of Urban Roads, Department of Feeder Roads, Ghana Standards Authority, Motor Traffic And Transport Department of Ghana Police Service and Advertising Association of Ghana, wish to bring to the attention of the General Public, particularly Metropolitan, Municipal And District Assemblies (MMMDs), Companies and individuals involved ...

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Ghanaians to smile soon – Terkper assures

Finance Minister Seth Terkper has assured Ghanaians that the nation would soon experience an economic boom following the prudent home-grown policies being put in place by the government. Mr. Terkper told Business Day the economy would bounce back to become much stronger and resilient, calling on investors to take advantage of the opportunities in the various sectors by partnering the ...

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Tsatsu : ‘Ghana’s argument in boundary dispute stronger’

Ghana has a stronger case going into the actual hearing of the substantive matter in the maritime dispute with La Cote d’Ivoire, legal luminary Tsatsu Tsikata has said. According to him, Ivory Coast will struggle to convince the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea on the reliefs they are seeking against Ghana in the case. “I don’t have ...

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They say I’m too expensive — Agya Koo

Kofi Adu, aka Agya Koo, has made a startling revelation that explains his relative absence from the screens in the last two years or so. He told Showbiz in an interview on the side-lines of the ninth China Outbound Travel and Tourism fair (COTTM) in Beijing, China, recently that “there has been a wicked conspiracy against me” by some movie ...

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We’re not stealing your electricity credit – ECG

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has said it cannot be blamed for fast depletion of electricity credits consumers of prepaid meters buy to power their homes and offices. Some users of the prepaid meters have recently lamented over the speed with which their power runs out. Some have accused the ECG of deliberately calibrating the meters to force consumers ...

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Lome calm and empty after presidential polls

A Day after the people of Togo cast their votes towards electing a president, the usually very busy streets in Lome, the capital remain generally very quiet and empty. During a visit to the market centre and a drive through the capital Sunday morning the Daily Graphic team covering the election observed there were virtually no trading activities, as traders ...

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Illegal operators hampering courier business – PCSRC

The Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission (PCSRC) has expressed concern about the operations of illegal operators in the courier business and has described it as a key challenge hampering business. “There are a number of operators clandestinely operating courier operations and the Commission has on numerous occasions invited them to regularize their activities but to no avail”. The Acting ...

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Ghana is investment destination – Ambassador

Mrs Claudia Quintero Torbay, Colombian Ambassador to Ghana, has described Ghana as a friendly destination for Colombia investors and partners in development. Briefing the media at the Colombian Embassy in Accra, to welcome Colombian investors in solar technology, she impressed on them to come to Ghana and explore opportunities and invest as part of efforts to deepen bilateral relations between ...

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Adopt strategies to address national challenges – Prof Ellis

Professor William Otoo Ellis, the Vice Chancellor of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has called on the HFC Bank to adopt more strategic approaches to address current challenges and also redefine the role of the financial sector to meet the needs of the country. Speaking at the 25th Anniversary Dinner of the bank held at the Banquet ...

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“WHO” appeals to FDA to enforce law governing medicine manufactures

The world health organization (WHO) is calling on the Food and Drugs Authority (FAD) and other stakeholders to enforce the law governing medicine manufactures, distribution and sales of medicine the country. This according to WHO would prevent unwanted distribution and sale of antibiotic drugs to citizen across the country. The national professional officer in charge of essentials drugs and medicines ...

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