The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, has impressed on the Israeli business community to take advantage of the favourable business environment in Ghana and invest in the county’s agricultural sector.
Fifty Ghanaian agriculture graduates who have undergone a three-month training in Ghana on greenhouse technology will be among 1,600 students from Africa, Asia and South America who will be on attachment with host farmers in Israel beginning September this year.
Mrs Gertrude Dadzie, a professional caterer who has led and inspired over 1000 young people with knowledge and skills, has urged mothers to nurture their wards in a way that will make them appreciate them in the future.
The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori Atta has told Citi News that savings made from the government’s latest sovereign bond issued, will be invested in improving infrastructure that will, in turn, drive job creation.
Authorities of the Navrongo Assemblies of God Co-operative Credit Union have announced their readiness to prosecute this May, members who fail to pay back what the union’s board of directors calls “over-aged loans”.