Author Archives: Ebenezer Nkum

Prez Promise To End IMF Program Will Boost The Economy

Prez Promise To End IMF Program Will Boost The Economy President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has hinted that the government has increased their efforts to make sure sustainable economic growth to make the country independent from the influence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The President added that, his government has reduced the total debt of the country to Gross ...

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Education and Health Sector To Be Improved

Education and Health Care Sector to Be Improved- SONA The State of the Nations Address (SONA) has laid down stringent measures to curb any social canker affecting the Free SHS Policy and the Health Care Sector. Speaking at Parliament, President Nana Akuffo- Addo stated in the State of the Nations Address that in improving the free SHS policy, every schools’ ...

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A Step to Reduce Unemployment

A Step to Reduce Unemployment Ecobank in collaboration with the Government of Republic of Ghana has signed a memorandum of understanding with the national youth authority (NYU) to use trainees after they complete their programme of study. According to research Ghana’s biggest problem is unemployment because 48% of our biggest assets, the youth, cover 60% of our population but are ...

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Government Excludes Exxon Mobil in New Petroleum Register

exxon mobil

The Government of Ghana has launched a public register of petroleum contracts as a means of enhancing transparency and accountability in the oil and gas sector. The register, however, does not include the Exxon Mobil contract which was signed in 2015. The company signed a memorandum of understanding with Ghana to assess its Deep Water Cape Three Point (DCTP) region ...

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Banning of Small Scale Mining is not an Option

Small Scale Mining

The Ghana National Association of Small Scale Miners (GNASS) has prompted the government to lift the six-month ban it had imposed on small-scale mining. The ban, which was placed earlier last year which, was later extended by three months and was expected to end last month. However, the government is still holding on to its first decision, arguing that, they ...

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