Category: Regional News

Photo Report: President Mahama inaugurates Kotokuraba market

President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday, 29th November, 2016  inaugurated the newly built Kotokuraba Market at Cape Coast in the Central Region. Apart from having several shops, the facility also has banks, a hospital and a school. It also has an office block, a parking lot, eatery, a fire department, offices, a drainage system and walkways, to ensure the free movement of traders and customers. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, President John Mahama said the project will among other thing boost the economy in the area. The President during the commissioning stated that, the initial traders at the market...

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Chief of Staff Assure Better Times Ahead For the Creative Industry

The Chief of Staff Mr Julius Debrah  has assured the creative industry of better times ahead if President Mahama is given the nod on December 7th to continue with his transformation agenda. Speaking at a rally held at the Art Centre to campaign for the second term bid of President Mahama, the Chief of Staff made a strong assertion that in the next term of President Mahama as President all the heavy capital expenditures on infrastructure will slow down. This would mean that critical finances would be channeled towards boosting businesses so as to assist entrepreneurs in the creative...

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Chief of Staff leads govt delegation to console ASANTEHENE

Chief of Staff Julius Debrah on behalf of President John MAHAMA and the people of Ghana on Friday led a large government delegation to commiserate with ASANTEHENE Otumfuor OSEI Tutu II upon the death of Nana Afia Kobi Serwaa Ampem, the Asantehemaa (Queenmother of the Asante Kingdom). The delegation included Ashanti regional Minister, John Alexander Ackon, his deputy Andy OSEI Okra, Minister for Works And Housing Dr Kweku AGYEMANG Mensah, deputy Communications Minister, Ato Sarpong and Presidential Staffers KOJO Adu Asare, Emelia Arthur and Mawushie DZIRASAH a Presidential Aide. Other top officials included Deputy Defence Minister, Kenneth ADJEI, Brigadier...

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Circle Interchange: Ghana Opens West Africa’s Longest and Highest Flyover In Accra

President of Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has commissioned an outstanding interchange, a beautiful piece of road infrastructure to replace the old Circle Roundabout in Accra on Monday, 14th November, 2016. According to President Mahama, the interchange becomes the longest and the highest flyover in West Africa. “It is the longest, highest fly over in West Africa,” the president declared to an ecstatic crowd of government officials, party supporters, political leaders and the general public. The facility, which has three flyovers, also has a recreational facility, library, bus terminal, restaurant, fire, police and ambulance stations. The site also...

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Government initiates policies to enhance Arabic studies at SHS level

Government has initiated policies to ensure that the study of Arabic among students was enriched at the Senior High School next year, the Chief of Staff, Mr Julius Debrah has hinted. He said this will ensure that Arabic will be examinable same as English Language. He gave the hint when he interacted with the Muslim Community at Nsawam Zongo in the Eastern during a campaign tour. He said that several policies and interventions will be introduced by the government in the NDC’s next term in order to enrich the study of Arabic among students. “President Mahama has agreed that,...

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