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Gov’t to hold Nation Building updates on restructuring of the economy

Government of Ghana will on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 hold its weekly Nation Building Updates to relay detailed information on measures it is taken to revamp the country’s economy.

In a press statement issued on Monday October 27, 2020 and signed by the Deputy Minister for Information, Pius Enam Hadzide, the event will be held at the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences at 10:00 am prompt under the theme “Rebuilding of the Ghanaian Economy” and will be addressed by Regional Ministers of the Western, Central, Volta, Northern and Bono Regions.

Key speakers for the event will be the Central Regional Minister,Kwamena Duncan,Western Regional Minister Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah,Bono Regional Minister Evelyn Ama Kumi Richardson,Northern Regional Minister,Salifu Saeed and the Volta Regional Minister Dr.Archibald Letsa.

The event provides government with an opportunity to accounts for measures it has put in place to ensure the actualization of its rebuilding agenda since it assumed office in 2017.

The session will be aired live on all Media platforms across the country.

Talksafrica.com

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