Candidate Mahama says the National Democratic Congress is keen to transform all traditional markets in the Accra Metropolis. He made this known when he interacted with euphoric market women and queens during his three day campaign tour of the Greater Accra Region.
Vodafone Ghana’s ‘Yee Twi KƆ’ promotion is back with a bang, now branded ‘Yee Twi KƆ RELOADED’ and at the promo launch at Vodafone’s plush Airport city office, Director of Consumer Business at Vodafone Ghana, Agnes Emefa Essah revealed over GH¢2.5million worth of prizes is up for grabs by 730, 000 customers over the 90 days campaign period effective this September.
Vodafone Ghana has announced that it is paying close to half a million Ghana cedis as interest payments to its customers. The amount is significant, especially as Vodafone Cash, the telecom company’s Mobile Money service, started operating less than a year ago in Ghana.
Few hours to the ruling National Democratic Congress manifesto launch tomorrow, a lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, Dr. Lord Mensah has foretold that the NDC will achieve less than 40% of the promises in it's manifesto considering sources of finance available.
Ford said on Thursday that it is recalling an additional 1.5 million cars from its U.S. and Mexican markets after complaints of faulty vehicle doors that could swing open while the vehicles are still moving.
Ghana on Thursday issued its fifth Eurobond of 750 million dollars at a yield of 9.25 percent a few points lower than the last one which was at 10.75 percent. According to statement from the Finance Ministry the bond was oversubscribed with orders exceeding 4 billion dollars but government took only 750 million dollars. ‘Ghana has priced and will issue its fifth Eurobond of US$750 million at a 9.25% yield.
Airline passengers have been warned by US authorities not to switch on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones when on board the plane. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) also advised against packing the phones into any checked-in luggage.
Ghana's energy sector is in its current situation because of the bad economic practices of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) government in the last eight years, Vice Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has stated.