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PIAC LAUDED FOR EFFORTS AT TRACKING OIL FUNDED PROJECTS
4th June 2018

The District Co-ordinating Director for Asunafo North, Mohammed Alhassan has lauded the Public Interests and Accountability Committee also known as - PIAC for its efforts at tracking oil funded projects in the country. He said initially, when...

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OIL CASH CLASSROOM BLOCK IN TATTERS
4th June 2018

A new six-unit classroom block at the Brosankro Methodist Primary School in the Tano South municipality of the Brong-Ahafo Region, which was financed with oil money, is defective, barely two years after its completion. The project, which was...

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ALMOST COMPLETED ROAD PROJECT YET TO REACH ORIGINAL STARTING POINT
4th June 2018

A road project awarded in 2012 partly funded with oil revenue is yet to reach its original starting point though recorded with 99 per cent physical progress in the Techiman Municipal Assembly. The Urban Roads Department of the Ministry of Roads and...

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OIL PROCEEDS ALONE CAN'T FUND FREE SHS – HEADMASTER
4th June 2018

The Headmaster of Techiman Senior High School (TESS) has urged government not to solely rely on oil revenue to fund its flagship education programme, the Free Senior High. According to Jacob Afful, government should pay critical attention to...

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ENERGY MINISTRY SEEKS CABINET’S APPROVAL TO STREAMLINE ROLES OF ITS AGENCIES
9th May 2018

The Ministry of Energy has prepared a special memo for Cabinet’s consideration as it seeks approval to streamline the activities of all the regulatory and institutional arrangements as part of efforts to improve efficiency in the downstream,...

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NINE OIL BLOCKS READY FOR ALLOCATION BY END 3RD QUARTER
9th May 2018

The government has completed the mapping of nine additional oil blocks in the Western Region for allocation to local and international companies by the last quarter of the year. Three of the blocks are to be allocated through open competitive...

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