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GHANA: 140 students receive Chinese ambassador scholarships

Cape Coast, Ghana | Xinhua | A total of 140 Ghanaian students were awarded Friday the Chinese ambassador scholarships for their excellence in Chinese study in a ceremony at the University of Cape Coast (UCC). Addressing the ceremony, Chinese Ambassador to Ghana Lu Kun voiced hope the scholarships will help …

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Ghana launches AfCFTA hub to facilitate businesses

Accra, Ghana | Xinhua | Ghana launched its African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) hub Monday to increase local participation in the continent-wide free trade and facilitate businesses. “The AfCFTA hub is the principal tool for aligning Ghana’s own wide-ranging digitalization policy with the various opportunities presented by AfCFTA,” said Minister …

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Tayebwa, Ghana Deputy Speaker discuss legislative practices

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Deputy Speaker, Thomas Tayebwa and the First Deputy Speaker of the Ghanaian Parliament, Joseph Osei-Owusu have deliberated on parliamentary practices of the two countries and made commitments for working relations. The two made these commitments when the Ghanaian First Deputy Speaker paid a courtesy call …

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Ghana confirms first two cases of Marburg virus disease

Accra, Ghana | Xinhua | Ghana has confirmed the country’s first two cases of Marburg virus disease (MVD), the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has said. The confirmation came after samples from suspected infected individuals sent to the Institute Pasteur in Dakar (IPD) tested positive for MVD, the GHS said in a …

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Ghana records two suspected cases of Marburg virus disease

Accra, Ghana | Xinhua | Ghana recorded two suspected cases of Marburg virus disease (MVD) on Thursday, according to health authorities. In a statement, the Ghana Health Service said the two persons were identified at different locations in the Ashanti region with acute hemorrhaging fever. “Their blood samples were sent to …

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