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World Bank gives Ghana $295m for three projects

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The World Bank says in the last three weeks, it has granted Ghana a total of $295 million to support the country’s development process.

In a press release copied to ghanabusinessnews.com, the Bank says the grant is in support of three projects. And these are the Land Administration Project-2 which will receive $50 million, the Skills and Technology Development Project gets $70 million and the Local Government Capacity Support Project, $175 million.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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  1. Another free money for politicians to spent and nations poor, tax payers, on hook for several years for loans as well as debts for generations to come. Another way politicians spend money by borrowing against country’s resources without .any developments.