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Gas infrastructure will promote indigenous gas usage – Adam

Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, the Deputy Minister of Energy, has said the significant progress made by government in gas infrastructure will ensure the full utilisation of the country’s indigenous gas. He said the infrastructure included the completion of phase one of the Takoradi-Tema Interconnection project, which would allow the country …

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Ali-Nakyea to deliver 7th National Development Forum Lecture

Mr Abdallah Ali-Nakyea, Managing Partner of Ali-Nakyea and Associates, and a renowned international expert in taxation and legal accountancy, is to deliver the keynote address at the Seventh National Development Forum public lecture in Accra on Wednesday, November 20. A statement signed by Mrs Akosua D. Ntim Sekyere, Public Relations …

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AirtelTigo names Murthy Chaganti as new CEO for Ghana

Telecom operator AirtelTigo has appointed Mr Murthy Chaganti as the new Chief Executive Officer of the company. Mr Chaganti was the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the company and acted as the CEO from September 2019 until his appointment. He played a key role in the successful integration process of …

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ILGS Survey projects 67% turnout in upcoming referendum

A survey report released by the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS), has projected a 67 per cent voter turnout in the December 17 District Level Election and referendum on the election of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs). The 24-page report, which was conducted by the ILGS revealed …

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IFC and partners train stakeholders on new Ghana Building Code

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), in collaboration with the Ghana Institute of Architects (GIA) and the Ghana Green Building Council (GhGBC), has organized a training programme for stakeholders on the new Ghana Building Code. The Ghana Green Building Code Masterclass brought together architects, engineers, urban planners, property owners, members from …

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