Monthly Archives: April 2015

Haruna Iddrisu is no ‘Tamale Mugabe’ – NPP

It appears the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is vigorously working to ensure the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Tamale South constituency Member of Parliament (MP), Haruna Iddrisu loses the next election. The party earlier this year launched a campaign in the Tamale South constituency dubbed, “Operation drop Haruna Iddrisu in 2016.” The NPP headship there has since embarked on series of ...

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Paga Crocodile Pond : a wonderful tourist attraction

The Paga Crocodile Pond in Ghana attracts tourists from all over the world. The fun part about it is that you can touch, caress and sit on crocodiles posing for the camera. Credit : izismile.com

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Counterfeit goods killing Ghanaian companies

The Ghana Employers Association (GEA) says counterfeit goods are destroying indigenous Ghanaian companies. A survey by the association has identified weak legal framework for the management and protection of intellectual property in Ghana as a major cause. The study conducted by the GEA in 2014 further revealed that the pharmaceutical and textile industries faced the brunt with huge losses in ...

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I am not marrying now – Mzbel

Belinda Akua Amoah, popularly known in showbiz circles as Mzbel, has said marriage is not in her plans now. According to the controversial artiste, the right time will come if she is really destined to get married. In an interview with Accra-based Atinka Fm, the hiplife diva said, marriage is not something she yearns and craves for although she is ...

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Tullow: Ghana oil project can move ahead

Tullow Oil PLC was handed positive news Saturday when an international tribunal ruled against suspending all petroleum operations in an offshore zone that is under dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, or ITLOS, ruled that no new drilling either by Ghana or under its control could take place in the disputed ...

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About 68% of ABFA spent on Roads and Infrastructure

An amount of Ghc372,07 million out of Ghc543.78 million of the Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA) representing 68.42 percent, was spent on Roads and other Infrastructure. A report on the Management of Petroleum Revenues for the year 2013 by the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) said the remaining Ghc287.20, representing 35 percent of the ABFA allocation was spent on ...

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Badu Scores to Beat Milan

The Ghana midfielder delivered a terrific showing as Udinese secured an unexpected victory over the Italian giants Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu found the net for Udinese as they secured a 2-1 victory over AC Milan in Serie A. The victory ended a dreadful spell for the Bianconeri; they headed into this match on a run of seven matches without a victory. Indeed, ...

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Manage public service like your father’s property – Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has charged public servants to manage public sector institutions with zeal and commitment as they would manage their father’s property to remove the inefficiency in that sector. He said, the public service belonged to all Ghanaians and therefore its success and sustenance must engage the attention of all. The President therefore tasked the heads of the ...

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Ghana needs visionary professionals – Minister

Professor Naana Opoku Agyeman, the Minister of Education, on Saturday said the country’s economy needs dedicated and visionary professionals who are ready to make sacrifices to change the fortunes of the economy for national development. She noted that there is the need to build human capital since it is critical to the country’s development and that, it is imperative to ...

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BEAUTIFUL Traditional Wedding Pictures

Your Culture DEFINES and DISTINGUISHES you. Check these out for your wedding ideas…VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!

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