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NPP conference: 1,250 security personnel deployed

The Central Regional Police Command, in collaboration with the National Police Command, has deployed 1250 security personnel to ensure an incident-free National Delegates Conference of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) which starts on Friday, 25 August and ends on Saturday, 26 August. The personnel have been drawn from the Ghana National Fire Service, Immigration Service, Prisons Service, BNI and ...

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Ekumfi factory not like Mahama’s wasted $26m Komenda factory – Freddie Blay

Acting NPP Chairman, Freddie Blay says government is committed to attracting real investment into the country with its one-district, one factory (1D1F) project. He said the factories to be constructed under the programme will be completely different from the ones built by the past administration in terms of value for money. Mr Blay told Asempa News Wednesday, the $26 million ...

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Tax Cuts

Reading of 2017 Budget: Ghanaians expect tax cuts MANY Ghanaians are expecting reduction in imports levies and other taxes in anticipation of the budget reading today by the Minister of Finance, Mr. Ken Ofori Atta. Food vendors, teachers, motor repairers, cobblers, mobile phone sellers, auto parts dealers, business associations have recapped their various needs to be factored in the budget. ...

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