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Mr Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed, a Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, said Ghana and Nigeria should deepen relations beyond trade and diplomacy.
He said the two countries, who have good trade and diplomatic relations, could look further in areas of culture and social ties.
Mr Mohammed made the call at the second edition of the Ghana Nigeria Business Council (GNBC) forum on the theme: “Doing Business in Ghana II” in Accra on Thursday.
The forum is to further improve trade ties which underpin both countries' mutual effort to grow their economies.
The GNBC was formed to provide a platform for stimulating economic development, social and business interaction among members.
It is also to promote trade relations for the purpose of national development between both countries through a regular exchange of information among members.
The Minister said governments of both countries needed to work on the psychic and altitude of their citizens concerning trade relations in their respective countries. Read more...
Traders occupying the New Juaben Municipal Assembly stores and sheds, have appealed for reduction in the recent increment of rates and tolls because they cannot afford.
According to the women, even though they had been engaged by the Assembly on the new rates and tolls, there was low patronage of their goods and services due to the current economic difficulties, and therefore wanted a reduction in the new rates.
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), after presenting a petition to the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), the queen-mother of the Central Market, Nana Ama Bonsu, said, they earlier on agreed on the rates, but looking at conditions prevailing in the market they, they wanted a review. Read more...
The Producer Price Inflation (PPI) rate for December 2014 fell to 34.2 per cent, down from a revised 37.6 per cent recorded in November 2014, the Deputy Government Statistician Mr Baah Wadieh said on Wednesday.
The PPI measures the average change over time in the prices received by domestic producers for the production of their goods and services.
Mr Wadieh said the fall in global oil prices accounted for the decline in the PPI.
The rate in the petroleum sub-sector fell to 30.9 per cent in December from 61.1 per cent in November as a result of reduction in prices of petroleum products. Read more...
Mrs. Della Sowah, the Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, has called on the media to play an active role in leading the campaign to fight and eliminate child marriages in Ghana.
She said their efforts at putting the issues at the centre of discussions to end child marriage in the media would contribute immensely in changing the outdated attitudes towards children that fuel the practice and help to speed up the elimination of such practices.
Mrs. Sowah made the call at the inaugural stakeholders meeting on eliminating child marriage in Ghana organized by Ministry. Read more...
Seventy-two people have been arrested by the Eastern Regional Police Command for alleged provocation of riot and unlawful assembly at Senchi.
Also arrested, is the Chief of Senchi Amanfrom, Odikro Minta, 46.
The suspects, aged between 18 and 34 years, hail from such Accra suburbs, as Korle-Gonno, Accra New-Town, Dansoman and Mam-probi, were alleged to have been hired by the Odikro.
Speaking to The Ghanaian Times, the Eastern Regional Public Affairs Officer, ASP Yaw Nketia, said on Wednesday January 28, the police had a tip-off that the Odikro had mobilised some youngmen outside Senchi to protect him and cause riot in the town. Read more...
Member of Parliament for the Anlo Constituency and a former Minister of Food and Agriculture, Clement Kofi Humado, has blamed needless land disputes and litigation as one of the factors hampering development in the Anlo Constituency.
He lamented the difficulty of accessing and acquiring land for developmental projects, which he says do not create fertile ground for investors to explore the vast economic potential of the Anlo traditional area.
Mr Humado recounted a number of failed projects which stalled as a result of litigations, and bemoaned the impact of the undesirable actions on the lives of the people. Read more...
Data from the 2013 sentinel Surveillance shows that HIV cases have dipped in Ho from a prevalence of 1.6 per cent in 2012 to 0.6 per cent in 2013.
The Volta Regional capital recorded 2.6 per cent HIV cases in 2011 from two per cent in 2010, Dr Atsu Seake-Kwawu, the Ho Municipal Director of Health Services, said on Thursday.
He was addressing a two-day annual performance review of the Health Services in Ho on the theme, “Achieving excellence and improved service delivery outcomes through effective linkage between public health and clinical care.”
Dr. Seake-Kwawu said the decline in HIV cases meant that only six HIV cases could be detected when 1,000 pregnant women were tested in the Municipality and described it as “very positive.” Read more...
A former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Professor Stephen Adei has indicated that Ghana is capable of reducing corruption to the barest minimum if citizens desist from hailing corrupt individuals.
A court in Tamale in the Northern region has ordered the arrest of a complainant who stormed the court with a cutlass. The court was hearing a case of assault filed by the complainant when he attempted to slash an accused person with the cutlass.
The timely intervention of the police prevented the complainant from injuring the witness.
The Northern Regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Ebenezer Tetteh said about two weeks ago, a complaint was lodged with the police that the complainant was coming from the Tamale Airport when suddenly a Toyota Camry crossed him.
Dr Jacob Abebrese, Brong Ahafo Regional Director of Health Services, on Thursday said the Regional Hospital recorded a decrease of 22 per cent in maternal deaths last year.
He said the hospital recorded 14 maternal deaths as against 18 in 2013.
Dr Abebrese said this at the 2014 review meeting of the hospital in Sunyani aimed at accessing its performance on health delivery to the public and the way forward. Read more...