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GOVERNMENTS MUST BUILD AND SUSTAIN A RESILIENT POWER HUB TO CATER FOR THE GROWING DEMAND 

By Michelle Fafa Agbenorto

Literature on energy in any development jurisdiction has it that the rapid economic development of any economy requires the injection of large amounts of energy while empirical evidence from both developing and developed economies shows a close correlation between the rates of economic growth and energy demand.

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The Significance of Republic Day Celebration in an Election Year

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

 

The wisdom of our ancestors is reflected in this simple Ghanaian proverb that says:  “One tree does not make a forest.”

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56 years of republican status: touching the peace of nations

By Jotie N. Sule

 

The government will take positive steps through the United Nations Organization to promote and maintain peace and security among nations. We shall always adopt whatever positive politics… to safeguard our independence and world peace.  Dr Kwame Nkrumah

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POLITICAL PARTY ACTIVITY IN GHANA—1947 TO 1957

By Solace Esi Amankwa

 

Ghana is the first black African nation to become independent from British Colonial rule on the 6th of March, 1957. Ghana was declared independent by Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

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The National Fertilizer Subsidy Distribution Programme
Reforming The Licensing, Permitting And Certification Regime For Business Operations In Ghana

By G.D. Zaney


The process of acquiring licenses and permits for business operations in Ghana, a key determinant of private sector development is fraught with several challenges, research studies have revealed.

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National Social Protection Policy to address poverty, social inequalities and other vulnerabilities

By Eva Frempon-Ntiamoah

 

Ghana has developed a National Social Protection Policy to guide the consistent and systematic provision of relevant programmes aimed at poverty reduction and the provision of relief for sections of the Ghanaian society who, for any reason, are unable to provide for themselves.

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Ghana Goes Digital For Sustainable Economic Development

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

 

A simple African proverb advises:  “If your friend is more handsome than you are, admit it and praise him." Both of you will be happy and support each other.

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