Infographics

Captain Mahama’s murder: What we know so far [Infographic]

Barely 48-hours after the gruesome murder of army officer, Captain Maxwell Mahama at Denkyira-Obuasi in the Upper Denkyira West District of the Central Region, there’s yet to be clarity on the matter, as several pieces of information trickle in. With some conflicting reports, inconsistent accounts and formal stakeholder explanations, Citi News captures in the infographic below what has been gathered so far and ...

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Citi Business Festival 2017: What to expect [Infographic]

This year’s edition of Citi FM’s most patronized business event, the Citi Business Festival, is set to assemble the best resource persons to address pertinent issues in different fields. The infograph below has more on what to expect.     – By: Citibusinessnews.com/Ghana

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How Agric Ministry sold pickup for GHc 1,000 [Infographic]

The Ministry for Food and Agriculture blatantly flouted all of the country’s laws regarding the disposal of government vehicles by auctioning some state vehicles for as low as GHc 1,000.00. A Nissan Patrol S/W with registration number GV 1285 U, was auctioned for GHc4,000, while a Nissan double cabin pick-up with registration number GV 1481 U, was also sold for ...

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Planting for Food & Jobs; figures to note as project takes off [Infographic]

The Akufo-Addo administration launched the “Planting for Food and Jobs” programme this month [ April], with the view of transforming Ghana’s agriculture sector. The Planting for Food and Jobs is expected to be rolled out in all 216 districts across the country, and will involve the supply of farm resources such as high yielding and improved seedlings to participating farmers. ...

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Galamsey fight: What we’ve done so far [Infographic]

Following the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources’ declaration of a 21-day ultimatum to all illegal miners to cease their operations and surrender their equipment, a number of significant actions have taken place. These actions form part of concerted national efforts to root out the illegal mining menace that has devastated the country’s environment. The infographic below details the key ...

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Banks with top three highest mortgage loans [Infographic]

The latest Annual Percentage Rate (APR) and Average Interest (AI) report by the Bank of Ghana has shown that GCB Bank offers the highest interest on mortgages as at the end of February. Potential home buyers would be charged as much as 40.3 percent on loans they contract from the bank. Meanwhile Bank of Baroda will offer you the lowest ...

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Gov’t size: Akufo-Addo vrs. Mahama [Infographic]

President Akufo-Addo is the first head of state in the 4th Republic to have more than a hundred (100) ministers serve in his government. He has beaten his predecessor, John Mahama, by 26 appointees. John Mahama had 84 ministers – deputies included. This development comes after Nana Addo named 50 deputy ministers and 4 new ministers of state today [Wednesday], March ...

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Banks offering cheapest car loans in Ghana [Infographic]

A new report released by the Bank of Ghana (BoG), on the how much banks in Ghana charge you when you take a loan from them, has reveled that in the car loan category Bank of Baroda offers the cheapest loans. The infograph below shows the top three banks with the cheapest auto loans in Ghana as at February, 2017. ...

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Look! Itemized list of Health Ministry’s GHc 4.2 bn allocation [Infographic]

The 2017 Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) allocation to the Ministry of Health stands at GHs 4.2 billion. About half of the allocation will go into employee compensation with the least amount, representing GHc 56 million earmarked for capital expenditure. The allocation also indicates that the Health Ministry was able to retain almost GHc 1 billion of its internally generated ...

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NDC missed macro economic targets for 2016 [Infographic]

Statistics from the 2017 budget has revealed that the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) government missed all its macro economic targets in 2016. Though inflation was projected to be 10.1% by the end of 2016, it rather shot up to 15.4%. Other key economic targets that could not be realized were the real GDP, budget deficit and fiscal balance. Study ...

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