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FEDERATION OF GHANAIAN DIASPORA COMMENDS PRESIDENT MAHAMA

The Global Visionary Women’s Network, Federation of Ghanaian Diaspora in Europe and National Council of Ghanaian Unions of United Kingdom last Friday commended President John Dramani Mahama for appointing a woman as Chairperson of Electoral Commission (EC).

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Japanese Universities To Train Government Officials

Japan has signed a grant agreement of $1.2 million towards sponsoring 10 young government officials to pursue their Master’s degree programmes in Japanese universities.

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Ghana-China trade is more than $ 5 billion

The value of trade between Ghana and China reached $ 5.6 billion at the end of 2014, making Ghana the Asian country's single biggest trading partner.

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Ghana Finds Treatment For Onchocerciasis And Elephantiasis

The Faculty of Health, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), working in partnership with Bonn University, Germany, and selected international universities, have found a treatment for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) and Lymphoedema (Elephantiasis).

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Cabinet approves Digital Migration Contract

Cabinet last Thursday approved a 82.4-million-dollar Digital Migration Contract, to be executed by a wholly-owned Ghanaian company, K-NET Limited.

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SCOTTISH POWER COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT POWER PLANT

A Scottish power producing firm, Aggreko plc, has secured a provisional licence from the Energy Commission to develop a power plant at Esiama, in the Ellembelle District.

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MELCOM CARE FOUNDATION COMMEMORATES GHANA’S REPUBLIC DAY WITH DONATIONS TO CHILDREN

As part of activities marking Ghana’s Republic Day, Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has presented children’s items to a number of institutions in Accra.

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GRADUATING FEMALE ENGINEERS CALL THE SHOTS AT KNUST

The College of Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has lauded this year’s graduating female engineering students for their remarkable and unprecedented academic performance at its 49th Congregation in Kumasi.

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