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Some of the automobile manufacturing companies that are ready to invest in Ghana are Volkswagen, Nissan, Suzuki, Toyota, CFAO, Renault and Sinotruk.

Establishing vehicle standards for Ghana’s new automotive industry

The decision by a number of vehicle manufacturing and assembling companies to locate their activities in Ghana is clearly in response to the presence of factors such as political stability, peace, good governance, rule of law and a steady national economic growth under the leadership of President Akufo-Addo, among others.

Even though touted by many as useful, a number of concerns have been raised against the Free SHS especially what has become known as double track. Under the double track system, ...

IEA’s call for review of Free SHS Policy

Written By Justice Mingle - The Institute of Economic Affairs, IEA, seems to have stirred the hornets’ nest with its call on government to re-examine the Free SHS policy to determine how to reduce government’s expenditure.

One does not have to hold a degree in theology or any related field to know that such divisive and misguided utterances in “churches” must not come from someone claiming to be a leader of a group where women from the Ashanti, Ewe and Fanti ethnic groups are found.

Derogatory Comments Made By Prophet Badu Kobi

Written By Nana Sifa Twum - The sole leader and founder of Glorious Wave Chapel International, is reported to have made certain derogatory remarks about certain group of women in Ghana.

Amidst these reduced costs, the policy has been critiqued for lowering the standard of education and reducing academic quality at the secondary school levels.

Price of Free Education: A Case of Ghana’s Free Senior High School System

Written By Fred Awaah - Article 25 of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana states that quote ”Secondary education in its different forms including technical and vocational education, shall be made generally available and accessible to all by every appropriate means, and in particular, by the progressive introduction of free education. ‘Unquote.

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