Mr Philip Oppong Amponsah, Techiman Municipal Chief Executive, has appealed ti Area and Town councils to intensify revenue mobilization to speed up development.
Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona VI, Paramount Chief of Osu, has called on corporate bodies to collaborate with the Traditional Council to help develop the area.
Jastar Motors Investment, a car dealing company in the Nkoranza Municipality, has presented GHC6,200 to the Brong-Ahafo Regional Command of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS).
Madam Adwoa Esther, a mother of seven and widow gave birth to 25-year- old James Mobey, who showed no sign of disability. However the good expectation of a mother turned sour when James became physically disabled when he was three-years old in a bizarre circumstance.
Hot oil leakage from a pump that resulted in fire might have caused a helicopter belonging to an oil company to crash off the coast of Cape Three Points six months ago.
Microsoft in partnership with Surfline Communications, a Ghana-based telecommunications network provider, recently opened the country’s first Windows Zone at Surfline’s flagship store at Osu in Accra.
Mr. Nii Osah Mills, the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, has appealed to mining companies to pay more attention to their workers to reduce fatalities and serious injuries resulting from mining operations.
About 36,000 new businesses have been targeted to be grown across 161 districts under the Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) as part of the government’s push to fight poverty. Dr.
Emirates Airlines and the Australian Open has announced a new Grand Slam partnership, launching a multi-year deal that will see the two global brands unite for the first time.
Sinopec International Petroleum Service Corporation has awarded a full scholarship to one of its Ghanaian staff to pursue a master’s degree programme at the China University of Petroleum, Beijing. Mr Kobina Agyei Amoakoh would be pursuing a two-year course in management science and engineering.