Source: GNA - Dr Mrs Rabiatu Armah Konney, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana, says Islam is not an extremist religion and Ghanaian Muslims are against ISIS and would do everything possible for Muslims not to join the extremists.
Source: peacefmonline.com - Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr., is blaming the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the current economic crisis the country is facing.
He is of the view that successive governments have been paying too much attention to reports from the two bodies and questioned why they (government) follow those reports to the latter.
Source: myjoyonline.com - Ghana is set to create more than 2.3 Million jobs under the Integrated Aluminium Project, which has been described as the key to growing the economy with a capital injection of about 8billion dollars.
Under the Integrated Aluminium Project, an Aluminium refinery is to be constructed to refine the rich bauxite deposit at Nyinahin into alumina, would then be processed into aluminium by VALCO, and sold to the several downstream industries as aluminium ingot and billet.
Selection of older Ghana news 2007 - Jan 2015
Archive 2007 - 2015