MASLOC Boss Supports Yendi Hospital With Medical Devices
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  Even before its official commissioning, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Micro-Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Hajia Abibata Shanni Mahama Zakariah has donated 10 sets of hand-held patient monitors worth thirty thousand dollars ($30,000) to the Alicia Reine Bishop Emergency Centre at the Yendi Municipal Hospital. The devices will provide beat-to-beat advanced hemodynamic monitoring using a patient’s existing arterial line and blood pressure transducer to support more informed oxygen delivery decisions in ORs [Oral rehydration solutions] and other high-acuity areas. The ..read more
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World Cup 2030: Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay submit joint bid
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by 3 News
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Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay have officially submitted their joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup – 100 years after the inaugural tournament was held in Montevideo. The four South American nations have called for the World Cup to return to “where football was born”. They will compete with a joint bid from Spain and Portugal, and possible bids from Morocco and Saudi Arabia. The United States, Canada and Mexico will co-host the 2026 World Cup. “The 2030 World Cup is not just another World Cup, it deserves a celebration with recognition for 100 years,” said Alejandro Dominguez, South ..read more
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UKGCC releases Ghana 2022 Business Environment and Competitiveness Survey Report
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by CitiFm
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The UK- Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC), a member-based trade association that promotes trade between the UK and Ghana, has released the 4th edition of its annual Ghana Business Environment and Competitive Survey Report for the year 2022. Over 300 companies from 16 industries, ranging from small to large companies, participated in the survey. The survey results indicate that most businesses perceive the business environment in 2022 has improved over 2021. However, they continue to be held back by challenges such as corruption, Ghana’s taxation system, the price of land and power, and present ..read more
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We no longer recognise Ofori-Atta as Finance Minister – Arise Ghana
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by CitiFm
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Arise Ghana, a social group, has declared the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, as a persona non grata following the economic crisis the country is faced with. The group said it no longer recognises Mr. Ofori-Atta as Ghana’s Finance Minister. Arise Ghana conveners addressing journalists on February 6, 2023, said, the continued stay of the Finance Minister will only make things murkier for Ghanaians. “The continued stay in office of Ken Ofori-Atta as Finance Minister can only make things murkier for the Ghanaians. In light of this, we are left with no option than declaring Ken Ofori-Atta, a per ..read more
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China’s demand for Africa’s donkeys is rising. Why it’s time to control the trade
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by CitiFm
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In recent years, there’s been a huge, rising demand for donkey hides in China, where they are used to make an ancient health-related product called ejiao. Ejiao is made from collagen that’s been extracted from donkey hides mixed with herbs and other ingredients to create medicinal and health consumer products. It’s believed to have properties that strengthen the blood, stop bleeding and improve the quality of both vital fluids and sleep. Ejiao sells for about US$783 per kilo and the Chinese market for it has increased from about US$3.2 billion ..read more
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Peace Council, Media Commission launch guidelines on hate speech, others
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by CitiFm
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The National Peace Council in partnership with the National Media Commission has launched guidelines on hate speech and other forms of indecent expressions. The guideline was launched on Thursday, February 2, 2023. Speaking at the launch, Chairman of the Peace Council, Reverend Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi cited the 1994 Rwanda genocide amongst others as a product of hate speech while emphasizing the need for media space to be sanitized. He lamented the recent increase in hate speech and indecent forms of expression in the media landscape adding that it has become a threat to Ghanaian society. He als ..read more
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Ghana Women Awards 2023 rolls out on Feb 18
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by 3 News
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The premier awards scheme to award and recognize Ghanaian women across all industries and public service institutions, the Ghana Women Awards is set to kick off its 2023 edition on February 18 with the broadcast of the 13-episode Ghana Women Awards diaries on TV3 and other major television networks in Ghana. Over the next 13 weeks, The GWA diaries; will chronicle and profile the lives and achievements of 40 outstanding women selected from across all spheres of Ghanaian society for this year’s honours; and will be crowned with an award ceremony on May 13 2023. It will air on Saturdays at 4:30 p ..read more
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Yvonne Nelson ‘exposes’ FIPAG; Talks about her ban, Jackie Appiah’s role…
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by 3 News
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In 2010, Yvonne Nelson was banned by the Flim Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) after she refused to go on set. In an exclusive interview with Onua FM, she details events leading to her ban while clarifying Jackie Appiah’s involvement. She also discloses that apart from Majid Micheal, none of her colleagues stood by her. “Why would I go and join a group of men who banned me? A young girl. I was about 24 years when they did that to me. What did they get from doing that to me? So why would me, Yvonne Nelson, go and join FIPAG.” Narrating the story behind her ban, Yvonne Nelson said that at ..read more
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Govt slams John Mahama over TEN, Sankofa fields inactivity claims
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by CitiFm
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The Ministry of Energy has taken a swipe at former president John Dramani Mahama for accusing the New Patriotic Party and president Nana Akufo-Addo of greed which he said has resulted in the redundancy of the TENs and the Sankofa Gye Nyame Fields. Responding to the former president’s accusations, the Public Affairs Unit of the Ministry in a 17-point press statement said it is untrue that the Mahama administration produced substantial oil from the two oil fields which have now been run down by the Akufo-Addo administration. The Ministry said the successes and fields and subsequent oil lifting t ..read more
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Debt Exchange deadline extended again to Friday
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by 3 News
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3Business can report that the government has again extended the deadline to register for the domestic debt exchange programme to Friday, February 10, 2023. According to the finance ministry, the debt exchange has officially ended, but an extension is needed to complete the online tender process for bondholders facing technical challenges. “As a result, the government is providing bondholders an administrative window to complete processes for tendering their bonds, in response to the terms of Exchange as amended pursuant to the 2nd Amended and Restated Exchange Memorandum. This administrative w ..read more
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