Category Archives: Ghana news

Ghana’s Economy Shrinks For First Time In 37 Years

Information reaching Wakeupafrica360 from its Correspondent in Ghana evidently show ho the Ghana’s economy shrank 3.2% in the 2nd quarter for the first time in 37 years ad a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This was made known by Ghana’s Chief Statistician, Samuel Kobina Annim, on Wednesday, September 16. The country with 30 million inhabitants imposed a 3-week lockdown in

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Implementation Of Kaw Banning Importation Of Accident Cars Into Ghana Suspended

Information reaching Wakeupafrica360 from Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders (GIFF) is that the group has come out to say that the government had decided to suspend the implementation of the law banning the importation of salvaged vehicles and those older than 10 years into Ghana. The already Custom Amendment Act, 2020 which was passed by parliament in March 2020 was

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A Chinese Man Crowned As Chief In Ghana

Wakeupafrica360 gathered from its correspondent in Ghana that a Chinese man by name Sun Qiang has become a chief at Kwahu Abetifi town in the Eastern region of the country. He was given a Ghanaian name, Barima Kofi Ayeboafo and his chieftancy title is “Nk)s) Hene’ which means Development Chief. This title was bestowed on him owning to the fact

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President Of Ghana, Akufo-Addo, Cuts Sod For Phase 111 Of Five Districts Water Supply Project In Volta Region

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has cut the sod for the commencement of construction Phase III of the Five Districts Water Supply Projects in Five Districts of the Volta Region. He cut the and on Tuesday, 1st September 2020, at Adaklu-Anfoe, in the Adaklu District and while doing so stated that the phase II

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Akufo-Addo’s Infrastructure Tracker Now a host Tracker- Okudzeto Ablakwa

Wakeupafrica360 reporting from Ghana through our correspondent has it that Okudzeto Ablakwa, the member of parliament for North Tongu, has mocked the infrastructure achievement tracker Introduced by the government last week. According to him, “due to the ghost projects on the tracker, we can as well call it the ghost tracker. With every passing day, the NPP’s delivery tracker seems

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Nigeria, Ghana Addresses Their Trade Dispute In ECOWAS Workshop

Information made available to Wakeupafrica360 by one of it’s correspondent in Abuja, Nigeria has it that the Federal Government of Nigeria on Thursday said the current trade dispute between Nigeria and Ghana was part of issues being addressed at the two-day National Consultation Workshop on ECOWAS Post-2020 Vision ongoing in Abuja. According to the government, everything possible was being done

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Ghanaian Soldier Beats Journalist, Seizes Reporters’ Camera And Phones

According to news reaching Wakeupafrica360 from our correspondent in Ghana, the Committee to Protect Journalists has urged the authorities in Ghana to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the recent attack and harassment of Stanley Nil Blewu and Armstrong Gold-Alorgbey who are journalists by Ghanaian soldiers and ensure that those responsible are held account. It can be tecalled that

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Who Is Really Ghanaian?

Today at Wakeupafrica360, we will be looking at a masterpiece by Stephen Nwosu who happens to be the author of “Dark Faces At Crossroad”. In this masterpiece, he explore the critical question as to who is really Ghanaian. Let’s have a look: The just ended voters registration exercise and the controversial discussion of the appropriateness of a birth certificate (BC)

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Rejuvenated National Ambulance Service Is Impacting Communities

Today we will try something different. Instead of looking at current political news and all that, we will consider a narrative which is informative, instructive and views the crucial role services like effective ambulance services play in pre-hospital emergency medical care. Let us consider this story involving a 55 year old man who began to experience chest pains. The wife

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Ghana Is Now Into Electric Cars Manufacturing and Kenya Touts Locally Made Tuk Tuk

Wakeupafrica360 Ghana correspondent reported over the weekend that the country has started the manufacturing of electric cars and the report also indicated that in East Africa, Kenya too, has started the manufacturing of locally made tuk tuk like cars. In Ghana, the CEO of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Junior, demonstrated how the new small cars being manufactured operate – The

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