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Ahenfie Radio News
Ahenfie Radio Broadcast local news and Sports from Ghana at 2am, 8am and 2pm Eastern Time every weekday
Ghana's economy is projected by the World Bank to expand over the next three years notwithstanding the global economic situation.The projected expansion is expected to start this year by 5.2 per cent, 2017 by 8.2 per cent and in 2018 by 7.5 per cent growth rates. Continue reading →
Mr. John Kudalor, the Inspector General of Police (IGP) has urged Police personnel to be conversant with electoral laws to be able to isolate breaches and deal with them accordingly. Continue reading →
Students who have attained the age of 18 years and are in boarding schools in the Brong-Ahafo Region are finding it difficult to provide guarantors at registration centres to enable them register in the ongoing limited registration exercise. They reportedly wait for long hours at the registration centres looking for people to guarantee for them. Continue reading →
Workers of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) are expected to embark on a sit-down strike in their offices across the country today [Tuesday].They are dissatisfied with what they say is government’s plan to outsource some services of the company. According to them, the move could lead to worker retrenchment and other unforeseen consequences. Citi News’ Sixtus Dong Ullo who visited some ECG offices in Accra reported that “some big banners with the inscription ‘MIDA stop ECG privatization now. Continue reading →
A member of the Convention People’s Party, CPP, Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, has condemned what he calls the craze for public holidays in Ghana.Currently, about 13 public holidays are observed in Ghana under the Public Holidays Act 2001 (Act 601) which also allows the President of Ghana to declare other holidays as and when necessary. Continue reading →
Government has spent about 12.9 million dollars on the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) for laboratory refurbishment, training and procurement of goods and equipment.Mr J.B. Okai, the Director of Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Ministry of Petroleum, said this during a ceremony to inaugurate the chemical and petrochemical laboratories for KNUST College of Engineering. Continue reading →