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Monthly Archives: July 2019

GCB pays GHC16.9m dividend to government

GCB Bank has paid a dividend of GHS16.9 million to the government for the 2018 Fiscal Year. The cheque was presented to Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, Minister of Finance by the Managing Director of GCB Bank, Mr Anselm Ray Sowah at a short ceremony held at the Ministry of Finance on Wednesday 24th of July 2019. Mr Ofori-Atta commended GCB Bank …

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Meet the Top 20 Ghanaian Media Business persons

Known as the 4th estate of government, the Ghanaian media landscape has over the past two decades evolved not only as an avenue for engaging citizens but a lucrative business sector that has produced some successful entrepreneurs and business leaders in Ghana. Even though we cannot evaluate the financial value of the industry in Ghana, Price Water-Coopers in 2017 valued …

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Women fleeing Dixcove for fear of reprisal attacks

The Upper section of Dixcove, a fishing community in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region is gradually turning into a ghost town. People are fleeing from violence in the community, following the abduction of the paramount chief for Lower Dixcove by a group of gangsters. Information available to The Chronicle indicates that some well-built men (machomen) are attacking …

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When you are blessed, bless others; it’s a duty – HRM Oscar Yao Doe

The global chairman of Eurostar Limousine, a luxury car rental company operating in several African countries, says successful people have a duty to impact the lives of others. Oscar Yao Doe said the least those who are blessed with resources, however small, can do, is to elevate others, especially young people and facilitate the fruition of their dreams and attainment …

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10 facts about former Executive Secretary to former IGP you must know

News about Superintendent Peter Lanchene Tuub’s decision to contest the Wa West Constituency parliamentary primary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) came to colleagues and Ghanaians as one of the biggest surprises of 2019. MyNewsGh.com has been digging into the personality of the former police chief who has laid down his uniform and ventured into politics sparking media discussions …

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#WAI: Former Black Stars goalkeeper ‘Olele’ arrested at East Legon tunnel

A former Black Stars goalkeeper and current goalkeeper trainer Richard Kingston also know as Olele has been arrested together with 21 errant drivers at the East Legon tunnel as part of CITI TV’s war against indiscipline campaign. One would have expected that since the Police has already held operations in this area, residents would be more law-abiding. Also caught in …

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$1.4m spent on winning bonuses despite one win for Black Stars at AFCON 2019

A total of $1,489,432 was spent on winning bonuses for both players and technical staff in the Black Stars’ short-lived 2019 African Cup of Nations campaign? in Egypt. This is despite the Black Stars winning only one game at the tournament. The Black Stars, however, finished top of their group which also included Benin, Cameroon and Guinea Bissau. A breakdown …

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Frema Opare honoured for being first female Chief of Staff

The Young African Women Congress (YAWC) has honoured a distinctive woman of many colours within the Nana Akufo-Addo-led administration for her role as an inspiration to a multitude of audiences in an African society. She has played a major role in women empowerment and a torch bearer of contemporary African democracy. Madam Akosua Frema Osei-Opare was honoured yesterday by the …

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Ace Ankomah’s Facebook page down after alleged NAM 1 expose??

Astute and highly respected lawyer, Ace Anan Ankomah is in the news as it appears Facebook account has been taken down hours after a story allegedly implicating him, former Director of the Economic Organised Crime Organisation (EOCO) as well as key personalities in government of playing key roles in the sabotage and subsequent shutdown Menzgold boss, Nana Appiah Mensah along …

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First-ever corrosion map for Ghana and Africa launched

As a proactive measure to raise awareness on corrosion and its critical effects on the environment, Corrosion Institute Ghana has launched the first-ever Corrosion Map for Ghana and Africa. The Corrosion Map will help identify how corrosive our current or proposed locations are. Speaking at the launch, the President of Corrosion Institute Ghana Mr Patrick Eshun said, the map will …

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