Saturday, August 8, 2015

'Hearts should also test relegation'

Ade Coker
Ade Coker has expressed his joy should Hearts of Oak fail to survive in the league First Capital Plus Premier League.

Hearts of Oak are lying 15 on the league log, following series of poor results, but they stormed the Dansoman Carl Reindorf Park to pip Liberty Professionals by a goal to nil on Wednesday.

The Phobians would have to consistent in their last four league games in order to lift themselves from the drop zone.

And Ade Coker, who has seen it all in Ghana football administration, believes Hearts should also face relegation to learn a lesson.

“Things are not going on properly for Hearts of oak, and I think they should also test relegation; reorganize themselves before coming back to the premier league.

“So many clubs at a time had not faced relegation, but they tested it, including Gt. Olympics, so if Hearts are struggling in the league, they should also face the consequence,” he told Metro fm.

Hearts of Oak’s next game is against Bechem United at the Ohene Djan Sports Stadium and a win for them would lift them from the relegation zone depending on the results of the teams lying above them

Friday, August 7, 2015

Buhari orders takeover of Airspace from Ghana


Baba Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the Ministry of Aviation to take over from Ghana, the management of the Nigerian airspace in the Gulf of Guinea.

The president also expressed concern about the absence of a national carrier and directed the ministry to look into the possibility of having one as soon as possible.

He gave the directive at the State House in Abuja yesterday while receiving a briefing from top officials of the ministry led by Permanent Secretary Hajiya Binta Bello.

The permanent secretary later told State House journalists that Buhari ordered her ministry to begin the process of securing the management of the Nigerian airspace which, she noted, Ghana had been managing since 1945.

The permanent secretary hinted that Togo and Benin Republic had equally concluded arrangements to take over their airspaces from Ghana.

"We've a directive by the president to start the process of securing the management of the Nigerian airspace over the Gulf of Guinea which Ghana has been maintaining since 1945, and there is a move on the ground by Togo and Republic of Benin to take over their own airspace from Ghana," she said.

Bello said the president also ordered the ministry to expedite action on the establishment of a new national airline for the country.

According to the permanent secretary, the president is worried that Nigeria does not have a national air carrier.

She said Buhari was told that domestic airlines were hugely indebted to regulatory agencies under despite the federal government's N300 billion intervention fund designed to boost their operations.

The permanent secretary expressed hope that the four state-of-the-art airport terminals being constructed with Chinese Bank loan would be ready by first quarter of next year.

Presidential spokesperson Femi Adesina later in a statement quoted Buhari as expressing concern about the enormous debt profile of the nation's aviation sector.

The president was also quoted as assuring that his government would act quickly to redress the situation.

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Meet the Top Richest Women in Ghana (Photos)


Meet the Top Richest Women in Ghana (Photos)
Until recently, there was no certified list of rich people in Ghana.
The good people at Goodman AMC released a list of well-researched list of the 80 most richest people in Ghana.
There were few women in the list.
Find below the richest Ghanaian women who appeared in the list.
5. Grace Amey-Obeng
Grace Amey Obeng
Source Of Wealth: Cosmetics (FC Beauty Salon & Cosmetics)
Net Worth: $100 Million
Overall Rank: 79
The FC Group employs more than 98 people with an annual turnover of $ 15 million. The Group has eight branches in Ghana and exports to Nigeria, Burkina Faso,Togo, Ivory Coast, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
The Group’s subsidiaries includes FC Beauty College, Ghana’s premier beauty therapy training institution, FC Cosmetics Industries, manufacturers of Forever Clair skin care, hair and makeup products, and FC Skin & Beauty Klinik which offers beauty and wellness services to its clients.
4. Gifty Lamptey
Gifty Lamptey
Source Of Wealth: Fertilizers (SIDALCO)
Net Worth: $135 Million
Overall Rank: 69
Gifty Lamptey is the largest individual shareholder in SIDALCO, one of West Africa’s largest fertilizer distributor. The businesswoman and mother of one inherited the estate and fertilizer company, making her one of the richest women in Ghana.
3. Kate Quartey-Papafio
Kate Quartey Papafio
Source Of Wealth: Cables (Reroy Cables Limited)
Net Worth: $250 Million
Overall Rank: 48
Kate Quartey-Papafio is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Reroy Cables Limited one of the leading manufacturers of electrical cables in Ghana. Reroy manufactures electrical and telecom cables and conductors predominantly for the international market but has a significant domestic presence as well. The company which now has a work force of over 100, started operations in 2003 and exports mostly to countries in the ECOWAS sub-region.
2. Theresa Oppong-Beeko
Theresa Opong Beeko
Source Of Wealth: Real Estate (Manet Group)
Net Worth: $420 Million
Overall Rank: 24
Real estate baroness Theresa Oppong-Beeko’s fortune is on the rise thanks to the massive properties she owns in the most expensive neighbourhoods in Ghana. The Manet Group owns commercial office properties, over 2,000 apartments, a hotel; 48 room hotel with an amazing array of recreational and leisure activities on offer including Acqua sport and marlin fishing in Ada.
One of the biggest jumps in her assets, though, comes from owning the Manet Towers at Airport City in Accra, Ghana.
1. Patricia Poku-Diaby
Patricia Poku-Diaby
Source Of Wealth: Plot Enterprise (Cocoa & Commodities)
Net Worth: $720 Million
Overall Rank: 8
Patricia Poku-Diaby was involved in her family’s business (trading and transportation) before she set up the Plot Enterprise Group in Ivory Coast, which was a precursor to the Ghanaian company.
Plot Enterprise Ghana is a wholly Ghanaian owned cocoa processing company. The group has market presence in Asia and West Africa and comprises; Plot Commodities (registered with the Dubai Metal and Commodities Centre in Dubai), Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast and Plot Enterprise Ghana.
Plot Commodities deals in cotton and cocoa and is registered with the Cocoa Merchants Association of America. Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast is engaged in the trading of cocoa, cashew nut and wood products.
Plot Enterprise Ghana has a plant which has an annual initial bean input capacity of 32,000 metric tonnes. The implementation of the project began in 2006 with trial runs starting in November 2009. The plant was fully commissioned in January 2010.
- See more at: http://www.viasat1.com.gh/news/features/article.php?postId=376#sthash.9O2TzqXf.9BEijId3.dpuf

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