Ghana president says 'no reason' to return to IMF
Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo on Thursday hailed the country's economic recovery and said he saw "no reason" to seek further help from the International Monetary Fund.
Kukah hails military’s patience with democracy despite poor governance
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto and founder of Kukah Centre, Rev. Father Mathew Kukah, yesterday reviewed the worsening state of governance in Nigeria...
Africans must move beyond aid, not be ‘beggars of the world’, says Akufo-Addo
Africa should move beyond aid handouts that have failed to bring growth and prosperity and move to an era of mutual respect with Western countries, President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana said.
Ghana budgets $13.9bn in 2018
The Ghanaian government plans to spend 13.9 billion dollars (62 billion Ghana cedis) in the 2018 fiscal year, the country’s finance minister said on Wednesday.
Ghanaian minister resigns over negative comment
The Ghanaian Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, Mr. William Quaido yesterday resigned from President Nana Akufo-Addo’s 110 cabinet.Quaido’s resignation followed spate of public criticism that followed a negative comment he made during a radio programme.....
African leaders and investment in education
It is quite gratifying to hear that African leaders who are not known to be passionate about development issues are suddenly talking about serious investment in education, the only known weapon of competitiveness in the new world.
US strips Ghana lawmakers of visa privileges
Former presidents, lawmakers and senior government officials in Ghana will no longer have special privileges for private travel to the United States, Washington's envoy has said.
Why African leaders must invest in education by Ghanaian President
Stakeholders in African education system have identified lack of political will to invest in education as the bane of development in the continent.