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    April2017

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    Kumasi residents welcome $95 million mall

    Kumasi City Mall, the $95 million dollar retail facility, opened and commenced trading today, making the Ashanti regional capital the second city in Ghana with the complement of an A-grade shopping and recreational centre. The sprawling edifice, bedecked with intricate architectural designs, opened its gates at 9:00 am to excited[…]

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    Shatta Wale, Tekno, Davido headline 2017 Ghana meets Naija

    Ghanaian act, Shatta Wale and Nigerian acts Tekno and Davido will headline this year’s edition of Ghana Meets Naija. Chief Executive Officer of EIB Network, and founder of Empire Entertainment, Bola Ray, organizers of the show disclosed this in an interview on Live FM. “Alright so let me give Live[…]

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    UCL Semi-final Draw: Real meet Atletico, Monaco take on Juventus

    Defending Champions, Real Madrid will face rivals Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals, while Juventus will take on Monaco for a place in the final in Cardiff. The semi-final first legs will be played on May 2 and May 3, with the return legs scheduled for May 9 and May[…]

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    Stop personalizing US$2.25bn bond debate – Minority to MoF

    The Minority in Parliament has slammed the Ministry of Finance for personalizing the debate over the controversial US$2.25 billion bond. Government issued 15 and 7-year bonds with a coupon rate of 19.75%, raising a total amount of USD1.13 billion. The Finance Ministry additionally raised cedi equivalent of USD1.12 billion in[…]

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    ‘Vindictive’ Akufo-Addo behind Mahama’s EOCO persecution – Nyaho

    The invitation of Ibrahim Mahama, by the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO) is a clear case of political witch hunt and vindictive persecution sanctioned by president Akufo-Addo, a founding member of the governing New Patriotic Party Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has alleged. The EOCO Tuesday invited Mr. Mahama for questioning over[…]

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    Ahafo region to be created in 18 months – Akufo-Addo

    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has indicated that the processes leading up to the creation of the Ahafo region will be completed within 18 months. According to the President, “the time for the creation of the Ahafo region is due. I promise you that within the next 18 months, the[…]

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    Nigeria’s Buhari suspends top aides over graft allegations

    Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari suspended two senior administration officials linked to graft allegations and ordered an investigation, the presidency said. David Lawal, secretary to the government, is being probed for alleged violations of “law and due process” in the award of contracts, presidential spokesman Femi Adesina said Wednesday in an[…]

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    IMF projects 71.7% debt-to-GDP ratio for Ghana this year

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Ghana will end the year without making significant progress in reducing its debt-to-GDP ratio. This is according to IMF’s Fiscal Monitor report released on the sidelines of the annual Spring meetings in Washington DC. Government was hoping to end the year with a debt-to-GDP of[…]

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    Drunk mines inspector to be transferred as Minister tours galamsey sites

    A mines inspector was found ‘heavily drunk’ during a ministerial tour of the Eastern region booming with illegal mining popularly known as ‘galamsey’. Visibly displeased, the Lands and Natural Resources minister John Peter Amewu vowed to take action against the intoxicated inspector named only as Yaw. Mines inspectors are responsible[…]

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    $2.25 bond was open; not ‘cooked’ for anyone – Finance Ministry

    The Finance Ministry has dismissed allegations of conflict of interest made by the Minority in Parliament against the Finance Minister in the issuance of a $2.25 cedi-denominated bond. According to the Ministry, the issuance of the first bond was not shrouded in secrecy nor was it “cooked” for any particular investor[…]

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