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IT IS A SHARED RESPONSIBILITY TO EDUCATE AND REDUCE ROAD ACCIDENT – ASP KWESI YEBOAH.

The Yilo Krobo Commander of Motor Traffic and Transport Department, ASP Kwesi Yeboah has said, that although there has been an increase in car accidents in the country, accidents has reduced in the municipality. Although there has been some cases ...

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“Government Isn’t Helping Cocoa Farmers”, Farmers Cry.

Mr. George Teye Agamar, a cocoa farmer in the Western Region has complained bitterly about how the government hasn’t been of help to cocoa farmers in an interview with Rite FM. He stated that cocoa farmers are not benefiting from ...

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See Farming As A Business; Kwame Amoako–Hene

The CEO of CTA Ghana Limited, Mr. Kwame Amoako–Hene has asked farmers to have a mindset of seeing farming as a business rather than doing it for consumption. He continued that before an individual can go into agriculture, he /she ...

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NORMALISATION COMMITTEE DESERVES EXTENSION ;Owusu Bempah

An astute Sports Journalist , Mr. Owusu Bempah has said that , he is not surprise of the GFA-Normalization Committee extension mandate by the world football governing body [FIFA] to September 30. FIFA, has written to the NC of their ...

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Legalize Marijuana; Farmer Morrison.

Farmer Anthony S.K Morrison, President of Chamber of Agribusiness Ghana, has called for the legalization of Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana) for cultivation and export as it would generate a lot of foreign exchange for the country. According to Farmer Anthony, the ...

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WE ARE INTRODUCING ELECTRONIC BILLING TO MAKE OUR CUSTOMERS COMFORTABLE ; GHANA WATER COMPANY

The Regional Technology and Renovation Manager of the Ghana Water Company, Madam Gloria Davies Ocloo has stated that, the company is introducing E-Billing and E-Payment to make their customers pay their bills and receive their bills comfortably without coming to ...

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2010 NATIONAL BEST PINEAPPLE FARMER ON THE PINEAPPLE SECTOR

I believe the greatest need of the farmer is his market. The pineapple business is not as lucrative as it used to be. With the switch from smooth Cayenne to FD2 variety, pineapple farmers have struggled to meet the export ...

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We Don’t Take Money From Farmers ; Alex Fordjour.

Mr. Alex Fordjour an Agric Extension Officer, in an interview with Rite FM disclosed that they do not take money from farmers to teach them, following a report by a farmer that products for their farms were being sold to ...

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Mexican mangoes: Slow start but volume and quality to increase through spring, says NMB

The U.S.-based National Mango Board (NMB) says that the Mexican mango season that is now getting underway has experienced a much slower start than last year, but it is expecting volumes to ramp up over the coming weeks. The U.S. ...

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ASANTE KOTOKO ARRIVE HOME SAFELY IN GHANA, AFTER CAF CONFEDERATION CUP EXIT

Kumasi Asante Kotoko, have arrived home in Ghana safely, after their CAF Confederation Cup exit. Having lost their final group game against Zesco United on Sunday. The porcupine warriors needed a win to qualify to the quarter-finals stage of the ...

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