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Update No. 15: Measures Taken Against Spread of Corona Virus

The President expressed his profound gratitude to the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs. Jean Mensa; her two Deputies, Dr. Eric Asare Bossman and Mr. Samuel Tettey, and the entire Commission for the efficient, safe, and transparent nature of the registration exercise, where, for the first time in our nation’s history, Ghanaians were provided with

Update No 14: Measures Taken To Combat Spread Of Coronavirus

Address To The Nation By The President Of The Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, On Updates To Ghana’s Enhanced Response To The Coronavirus Pandemic, On Sunday, 26th July, 2020. Fellow Ghanaians, good evening. I am happy that I have the opportunity this evening to engage with you, again, in your homes. I want, at the

GCB fixes July 30 for its AGM

GCB Bank Ltd has set Thursday, July 30, 2020 for the holding of its Annual General Meeting (AGM) virtually on at the GCB Head Office in Accra. This year’s meeting is highly anticipated by shareholders and industry players due to the ravaging effects of the Covid-19 virus and GCB Bank’s status as Ghana’s largest indigenous

COVID-19: Tourism revival requires stern enforcement of safety protocols

To revive the  ailing tourism industry from the doldrums of coronavirus, amidst the new normal business climate, it is imperative for industry players to brace themselves for stern enforcement of precautionary health measures and safety protocols, Mr. Joseph Appiagyei, Acting Manager of Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), in charge of Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Regions,

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Phase one of reviving economy out-doored … as restaurants, conferences, schools open partially

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has introduced what he calls a ‘phased approach’ to bring the economy back to life as he has eased some restrictions imposed on social gatherings and the movement of people to contain the rapid spread of the coronavirus. Despite the number of recorded cases hitting more than 8,000 as of