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Ghana to become Africa’s leading oil-producing country

Ghana is to become the leading oil producer in Africa by the next five years given the country’s oil reserve position, according to the Vice-President, Mr. John Dramani Mahama. He said since the discovery of oil in commercial quantities at the Jubilee Field in 2007, several new discoveries had been made and indicated that there were more reserves to be discovered

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Mills: Government will transform Ghana

President John Evans Atta Mills has said social amenities and development projects will continue to be pivots around which the “Better Ghana” agenda will revolve. In that connection, he said the government was undertaking structural and institutional reforms to ensure an appropriate and balanced mix of investments in the agricultural, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas sectors to provide a modern, dynamic and diversified economy

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New Ga Mantse takes over palace

Supporters of the man laying claim to the Ga Stool, Nii Tackie Adama Latse II, have succeeded in seizing the two main powerhouses of the Ga Kingdom, the main Palace and the offices of the Ga Traditional Council

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Ghana Woman Gives Birth To Quintuplets

The pro vita Specialist Hospital in Tema has chalked up another feat by helping a 34-year-old trader, Mrs Stella Obeng-Sakyi, to be delivered of quintuplets. Mrs Obeng-Sakyi had, for seven years, been looking for a baby after her marriage to Mr Alex Obeng-Sakyi, an employee of the Cocoa Marketing Company (CMC) in Takoradi

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Kufuor is a threat to Ghana’s democracy – Rawlings

Ex-President Jerry Rawlings has once again accused former President Kufuor of looting the nation’s coffers during his eight-year stewardship of the country. Founder of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) consistently accused President Kufuor’s government of being corrupt during its eight-year tenure

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Nana Konadu: Nobody Can Drive Me Away From NDC

The former first lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings has said emphatically that she would not, under any circumstances allow herself to be driven away from the ruling NDC party which her husband founded. Speculations have been rife that she and former President Rawlings may secede from the NDC to form a new party in case she loses the flagbearer contest to President Mills

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President Mills To Attend June 4 Show

Joseph Yammin, the Ashanti Regional Secretary of the NDC, has stated that President John Evans Atta Mills doesn’t need to be formally invited to attend this year’s June 4 celebration taking place in Kumasi on Saturday. Yammin said President Mills had over the years been attending June 4 celebrations, irrespective of the venue so he expected him to do same this year

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Betty Mould on why she dumped Konadu Rawlings

FORMER CLOSE ally of the Rawlingses and current Minister of Education, Betty Mould-Iddrisu has explained why she has surprisingly turned her back on Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, opting for President Atta Mills to lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2012 polls

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