Day: September 8, 2020

Chiefs Expose Amoatia Ofori Panin And Others In Boso-Gua Chieftaincy Brouhaha

Tension is brewing up in Boso-Gua Traditional Area in the Eastern Region over the continuous inclusion of the destooled Paramount Chief of Boso-Gua, Nana Osei Nyarko lII, in the register of the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs (ERHoC). The development, DAILY Analyst learned, was a potential recipe for a possible […]

Trade Practitioners Call For Expedited Processes To Safely Ease Restrictions On Land Borders

Trade practitioners are calling for expedited processes by government towards the safe easing of restrictions on land borders in order to facilitate trade across the country’s borders. Speaking on the Eye on Port program on the Impact of the Reopening of the Airport to passengers on Land and Sea Trade, […]

Public Advised On Economic Outcomes That Would Emerge From Reopening Of Airport

The general public is being advised to be cautiously optimistic regarding the immediate positive outlook expected from the reopening of the airport to human traffic on the national economy. Speaking on the Eye on Port program on the Impact of the Reopening of the Airport on Land and Sea Trade, […]

Plasma Donation by Shincheonji Church Facilitates Development of the Vaccine for COVID-19

On August 27th, over 1,000 members of religious organization called Shincheonji Church of Jesus participated in donating plasma for the cure of COVID-19. This is carried out under the invitation of the health authorities in South Korea back on 24th, asking Shincheonji Church to cooperate for donating additional plasma for […]

Consolidate Sir John’s Gains – Domestic Timber Traders Urge New Forestry Commission Boss

John Allotey

The Domestic Lumber Traders Association (DOLTA) has charged the new Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Commission (FC), Mr. John Allotey to consolidate gains made by his predecessor, the late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, aka Sir John. In a congratulatory message to Mr. Allotey on his appointment as the new CEO […]