Monthly Archives: April 2010

Nigeria World Cup plans in doubt

The Nigerian sports minister has rejected the country’s accommodation plans for the forthcoming World Cup in South Africa. The Super Eagles had been booked into the Hampshire Hotel near Durban for the duration of the tournament. The deal is now being renegotiated after the minister, Ibrahim Bio, said the venue ...

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NDC organizer condemns activities of footsoldiers

The Eastern Regional Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Bismark Tawiah Boateng has condemned the behavior of the so-called foot soldiers who are bent on destroying the image of the ruling party. ”We know for a fact that the so-called foot soldiers have the backing of some ...

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TAQA Provides More Power

Ghana’s energy sector has received a major boost as TAQA International Company Limited, parent company of TAQA Ghana Limited, which is the majority shareholder of Takoradi International Company (TICO), is set to increase its energy capacity in the country to 330 Megawatts (MW). TICO, which is a public/private partnership between ...

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NAFDAC Boss Praises KASAPREKO

The Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Nigeria, Dr. Paul B. Orhii has praised Kasapreko Company limited for producing high-quality products in the country. Dr Orhii made the commendation during an official visit to the company to acquit himself with products ...

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HFC Capital Now GH¢32m

HFC Bank, one of the few indigenous banks that is growing very fast in the country, has shored up its stated capital and revenue reserves to GH¢32 million, which is above the Bank of Ghana’s minimum  capital requirement of GH¢25 million that takes effect from January 1, 2011. The financial ...

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