Kotoko International Airport Terminal 3 (PHOTO CREDIT: GACL)

$30m oil money went into KIA Terminal 3

About $30 million of the funding required for the construction of the newly built Terminal Three of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) was sourced from oil revenues. The figure, which represents 12 per cent of the total funding of the $250 million project, was from the Annual Budget Funding Account’s (ABFA’s) allocation to the Ghana...Read More
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KIA Terminal 3 attracts Nigerian tourists

News of the completion of a world-class airport in Ghana is making Nigerians to embark on a compelling tourism trip to Ghana. Acting Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Limited, Yaw Kwakwa, told journalists at a press soirée organised by the Aviation Ministry on Wednesday in Accra that Nigerians are trooping to Ghana to...Read More
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YEAR OF RETURN: Aburi’s Regeneration Concert records impeccable performances in a marijuana-filled atmosphere

The Aburi Botanical Gardens on the February 9, 2019 hosted the African Culture and Wellness Festival (ACAWF) as part of the events lined up for the 2019 Ghana’s Year of Return. The festival started with an early morning health walk challenge from the Ayi Mensah Police Station to the Aburi Gardens. The ACAWF continued with an...Read More
Jamaican poet Mutabaruka

YEAR OF RETURN: Aburi Botanical Gardens to host African Culture and Wellness Festival

The Aburi Botanical Gardens will today February 9, 2019 host the African Culture and Wellness Festival (ACAWF) as part of the events lined up for the 2019 Ghana’s Year of Return. The festival, which was launched on February 7, 2019 with a live radio broadcast of Mutabaruka’s radio show “Cutting Edge” on IRIE FM in Jamaica...Read More

Bahrain Opens its Borders to African visitors. Ghana, Kenya and Nine (9) Others to Benefit

As part of promoting tourism in Bahrain, the government has introduced simplified eVisa Application for selected African countries to ease travels to the Kingdom. This marks the third phase of Bahrain’s visa policy. The countries to benefit from this phase are Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Cameroon, Gabon, Senegal, Mauritius and Seychelles.  Residents...Read More
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