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The Minister of Defence, Dominic Nitiwul, has disclosed that US$100 million has been earmarked for the enhancement of the Military Academy at Teshie in the Greater Accra Region.

Information reaching the Daily Statesman shows a tricky hurdle rearing up before the National Democratic Congress and its presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama, over his choice of running mate.

The government has set up a five-member interim management committee (IMC) to manage the sport’s affairs and help revive Ghana’s wounded football administration.

Fespaco, an acronym in French for “Pan-African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou”, is an eight-day event held every two years. This year Fespaco makes a big return as it turns 50. The festival opened on February 23 and will close on March 2 in Ouagadougou.

The Ministry of Communications has launched the China-Aided Satellite Television project for 300 villages in Ghana at a ceremony in Akweibu, a community in the Ablekuma West Constituency in the Greater Accra Region.

The Second Lady has helped secure 12 scholarships and free service abroad for Ghanaian children who need specialist paediatric care.

The US is gearing up to invest up to $60bn in the developing world in a bid to neutralize what some analysts consider as China’s use of debt to wage “economic warfare”.