Daily Archives: June 23, 2020

RAINS assist farmers to build traditional storage facilities

Regional Advisory Information and Network Systems (RAINS), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), has supported some farmers in five communities within the Savelugu Municipality to build mud silos to store their grains against post-harvest losses.   The support, which begun in 2018 was done in partnership with the African Biodiversity Network (ABN), with funding support from Bread

Krif Ghana Limited commends Rural Banks for consistency

  Accra  The Reverend Kennedy Okosun, the Chief Executive Officer of Krif Ghana Limited has commended Rural Banks which have consistently featured in the Ghana’s Club 100 list in the last five years. The banks are; Fiaseman Rural Bank, Atwima Mponua Rural bank, Amenfiman Rural bank, Ahantaman Rural bank, South Akyem Rural bank, Juaben Rural

Be responsible in your activities-Justice Akrowia to small scale miners

Kumasi Justice Kofi Akrowia, the Supervising High Court Judge in Kumasi, has charged small scale miners to be responsible in their activities to help save the environment. He said small scale mining contributed significantly to national development and there was the need for industry players to ensure that their activities were properly done to protect

PIAC urges Parliament to ensure Finance Ministry accounts for $1.5 billion petroleum fund

  Accra  The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), an independent statutory body, has urged Parliament to ensure that the Ministry of Finance accounts for the $1.5 billion unutilized Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA). In its key findings presented at the launch of the 2019 Report, Mr Noble Wadza, Chairman of the PIAC, said while

Prof. Frimpong-Boateng gives one-week ultimatum to Rider Steel on pollution

Tema  The Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) has given Rider Steel Company Limited a one-week ultimatum to provide the Ministry with a roadmap to address its poor pollution management. Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, the Minister, said failure of the Indian owned company to sit with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to draw a