Day: March 1, 2022

Kojo Jones Appeals To Ghanaians To Consider A Year National Agenda

The founder, of the KJM foundation Mr. Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah during his speech at the recent water project commissioning at Dawatrim in the eastern region on 30th January 2022, passionately expressed his concerns about the unsustainable development faced by most African countries. He strongly believes that most African countries do not have a central blueprint …

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Meet Prof. Margaret Gyapong, First Black African Woman To Receive Prestigious EDCTP Award For Contribution To Science

Professor Margaret Gyapong is a  Professor of Applied Health Social Science at UHAS, and adjunct professor of Global Health at Georgetown University. She is the third woman in the world and the first black African woman to receive the coveted Outstanding Female Scientist Prize from the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership for her work …

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Kwabena Osei-Sarpong: President and CEO of RIFE meets with U.S Secretary of Commerce Gina Romaindo, U.S Senator Ben Cardin and Goldman Sachs Executive and Foundation Chairman John Rogers

President and CEO of RIFE, Kwabena Osei-Sarpong, attended the launch of a partnership, to facilitate export-led growth between the US Department of Commerce and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at a roundtable discussion at Morgan State University.Under the theme “New Year, New Growth, New Global Sales” is a three-part educational series led by Goldman Sachs …

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Ghana Card To Be Globally Accepted As E-Passport Effective Today

In a bid to digitalise the Ghanaian experience, the government of Ghana, effective today the 1st of March 2022, has declared the National Identity Card, also known as the Ghana Card, as a valid ID card-passport. Consequently, the card will be accepted in around 44,000 airports around the world as legal documents for entry into …

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