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Ghana’s first and only crude oil refinery was commissioned 50 years ago today, September 28, 2013, and remains one of the country’s most valuable national assets; though it has not actualized Ghana's first President's vision of becoming the base for the petrochemical industry.
President John Mahama and his wife, Lordina, are expected in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on Sunday ahead of a lecture Monday on Democratic Governance & Development in Ghana as a model for Africa at the Kennesaw State University.
The Obuasi Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Richard Ofori Agyemang-Boadi, has accused AngloGold Ashanti (AGA) of creating “unnecessary panic” over the claim of re-emergence of illegal gold mining (galamsey) in the company’s concessions.
A lecturer at the School of Public Health at the University of Ghana, Professor Irene Agyepong Amarteyfio, has recommended a compulsory enrolment into the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), to help sustain the scheme.
Despite the security alert by the United Kingdom government of a possible terrorist attack in Ghana, shoppers continue to patronise shopping malls, while business is very brisk at the markets and commercial centres.
Herbalife Ghana, a subsidiary of Global Nutrition Company, Herbalife Incorporated, has organised a fitness walk with its independent distributors to sensitise the general public to the need to keep fit and keep an active healthy lifestyle.