Submitted by admin on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 12:29
PRESIDENTIAL (TRANSITION) ACT, 2012
An ACT to establish arrangements for the political transfer of administration from one democratically elected President, to another democratically elected President, to provide for the regulation of the political transfer of power and for related matters.
Submitted by admin on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 12:18
VOTE OF THANKS DELIVERED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA, NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO, AT THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE 28TH ORDINARY SESSION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE AFRICAN UNION, ON JANUARY 31, 2017, IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA.
Submitted by admin on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 08:58
THE PRESIDENT'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS
By: H.E. Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo
Submitted by admin on Fri, 07/29/2016 - 13:53
VISA ON ARRIVAL FOR AFRICAN UNION (AU) NATIONALS
Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 20:14
• The 110MW steam component of the T2 Power Plant at Aboadze.
• 250MW Ameri Power Plant
• 225MW Karpower barge
Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 16:11
Ghana is endowed with abundant natural wealth, including vast agricultural, mining and human resources. Along with its growing manufacturing sector, agriculture remains a key sector of the economy. The agrarian sector employs 60 percent of the Ghanaian workforce and makes up almost 44 percent of the country's GDP. Cocoa exports from Ghana enjoy a premium on the world market as a result of its high quality.
Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 13:55
"AKWAABA", It’s an expression you will hear several times daily as you travel around Ghana, one that will ring in your ears at night, and bring a smile to your face for weeks after you leave. Akwaaba! It means ‘Welcome’! And you will be.
Submitted by admin on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 12:50
Below are highlights of some of the interventions Government has made to equip the security agencies:
Submitted by admin on Sat, 02/06/2016 - 15:14
Kwame Nkrumah became the first prime and later president of Ghana. He was born on September 21, 1909, at Nkroful in what was then the British-ruled Gold Coast, the son of a goldsmith. Trained as a teacher, he went to the United States in 1935 for advanced studies and continued his schooling in England, where he helped organize the Pan-African Congress in 1945. He returned to Ghana in 1947 and became general secretary of the newly founded United Gold Coast Convention but split from it in 1949 to form the Convention People's party (CPP).