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6 areas SADA misapplied your GHc28M [Infographic]

A report by the Auditor General for 2013 has revealed some high level of financial impropriety by the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA). This came to light when the new management of SADA met with the Public Accounts Committee of Ghana’s Parliament on Monday, June 20th, 2016. The infographic below provides a breakdown of the report released by the Auditor ...

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Knowing Jake Obetsebi Lamptey [Infographic]

The former Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Jake Obetsebi Lamptey, passed away in the early hours of  Sunday in London. Top politicians from major political parties paid glowing tribute to the former Minister of Tourism and Diasporan Relations, who served in the cabinet of the erstwhile administration of President John Agyekum Kufuor. Below is an infographic on his life and ...

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SOTNGhana: 5 key promises Mahama made [Infographic]

President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday February 25, presented his fourth State of the Nation Address to Parliament, enumerating a number of achievements he has achieved in the last the years. He made a number of promises including the construction of a new boxing gym, and the introduction of a shrimp project, to promote processing and production for export. The President ...

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5 things Mahama, Nana Addo said about corruption [Infographic]

President John Dramani Mahama and his main contender in the November general elections, Nana Akufo-Addo of the opposition New Patriotic Party, (NPP), have different views about the canker of corruption in Ghana. The President, during the State of the Nation Address last Thursday, described corruption as a “disease, which if left unchecked can choke and kill a nation.” He among other ...

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SOTNGhana: 5 things Mahama said about health [Infographic]

President John Dramani Mahama was in Parliament on Thursday February 25, 2016, to deliver the State of the Nation Address. Among the many sectors he spoke about, he enumerated a number of interventions and projects carried out by government to improve the country’s health sector. President Mahama said currently the National Health Insurance Scheme’s (NHIS) subscription, has increased from 597,000 members in 2005, ...

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10 key things Mahama said in the 2015 State of the Nation

President John Mahama will on Thursday, February 25, deliver his fourth State of the Nation Address to Parliament. In his third State of the Nation address in 2015, President Mahama touched on a myriad of issues from the economy to power, announcing government’s plans to invest GH¢1 billion in road projects across the country. The infographic below recaps some key things ...

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50yrs after his overthrow: Nkrumah’s track record against the others

Exactly 50 years ago today, Ghana’s founding President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown in a joint military and police led coup d’etat. During his 9 year reign, his government chalked some major successes in the area of physical infrastructural development, education, transportation among others. In the infographic below, Citi News matches some of the key achievements of his government to ...

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Only 14% of Ghanaians have toilets in their homes [Infographic]

A 2014 Demographic and Health Survey report has revealed that only 14% of households in Ghana use improved toilet facilities that are not shared with other households. It has also been revealed that 61 percent use facilities that would be considered improved if they were not shared. Below is an infographic that gives a percentage of toilet facilities in various ...

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5 reasons the Kintampo-Tamale MMT bus crashed [Infographic]

About 61 people were killed on Wednesday when a Metro Mass Transit (MMT) bus traveling from Tamale to Kumasi crashed into a truck fully loaded with tomatoes. The accident happened on the road near the Kintampo waterfall. The Brong Ahafo Regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Christopher Tawiah told Citi News that the incident occurred because the MMT bus was ...

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Why Ghanaians must care about climate change [Infographic]

Rivers and streams are reportedly drying up in parts of the country, while other parts are also experiencing acute water shortages as a result. Residents of Nsawam in the Eastern Region have had to share water from an almost dried up Densu tributary with animals who also drink from the same source. The rate at which communities along Keta in ...

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