The Global Shapers Accra Hub is organizing an event in that will connect the influential World Economic Forum and put Ghana on the map.
The Ghana Revenue Authority has said it is focused on meeting its tax revenue target of GH¢21.98 billion in 2015.
After six years in office, Ghanaians are now being asked to pay dearly for the economic mismanagement and corruption of the ruling government, resulting in economic decline, debt unsustainability, unemployment and rising cost of living in the country.
Ghana would soon generate 25,000 metric tons of waste daily as the population increases steadily says Professor Ernest Yanful of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
GHANA’S Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Ekow Spio-Garbrah says the GH¢1.5 billion Ghana Infrastructure Development Fund that was proposed in the 2015 Budget Statement would be established soon.
GHANA’S President John Mahama has asked Ghanaians to be hopeful the New Year, 2015 will be a good one.