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    The Minister for Transport, hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has said, government has placed premium on tackling challenges confronting the youth and fixing the challenge of youth unemployment, has been one of its primary concerns. This, he stated, was critical because the youth formed the majority of the population of the country and government could not sit aloof without proffering solutions to... Readmore
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    Hon. Frederick Obeng Adom, a Deputy Minister for Transport has said, the Ministry of Transport is committed to providing the needed support and facilitate an enabling environment for the fight against human trafficking.  He stated the doors of the Ministry were opened to receive information and provide the needed advice on such matters. He noted the Ministry together with its two... Readmore
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    The President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has commissioned the Phase 1 of the rehabilitated Sunyani Airport for use by the traveling public. The President was elated that, after 5 years of closure, the Sunyani Airport has seen its Phase 1 being completed and commissioned. He mentioned that the processes to kick start the Phase 2 was underway and that Government was not going to delay... Readmore
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    The Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Sheikh Majid Al Mualla, in charge of International Affairs, has led a delegation from the Country Office of the airline to pay a courtesy call on the Transport Minister as part of his working visit to Ghana. The Minister for Transport, hon. Kwaku Ofori Asaimah welcoming the team, noted he was happy how the Airline has conducted itself... Readmore
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    A Deputy Minister for Transport hon. Hassan Tampuli has charged the Governing Board of Directors of the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) to plan, develop, manage and maintain all airports and aerodromes to making Kotoka International Airport as the destination of choice for travelers. Hon Tampuli said Government had undertaken major infrastructural facelifts at various airports in the... Readmore
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      The Minister for Transport, hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, has said the overall objective of Regionalization is to promote regional co-operation in the maritime industry focusing on training to ensure sustained growth and development. ` He said, the survival of economies to a large extent depends on the efficiency and effectiveness of maritime transport, therefore, they had to pave a way... Readmore
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    The Minster for transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has said the Ministry of Transport was ready to work with the South African Government to improve air transport between the two countries. In a bilateral discussion with the South African High Commissioner, the Minister said, it had become necessary that air transport is improved to the satisfaction of passengers. He added that, both... Readmore
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    The Minister for Transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, has charged Experts of the Maritime Organization of West and Central Africa (MOWCA) to bring their expertise to bear on how to improve the Maritime sector in the West and Central Africa, which was important to the sustainability and survival of the Maritime industry. According to him, the key focus of MOWCA that strengthens the purpose of... Readmore
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    A Deputy Minister for Transport, hon. Frederick Obeng Adom, has said Inland water transport was a key component of an integrated, multi-modal link to providing cost-effective transportation for socio-economic development of many communities around the Volta Lake and long-distant transportation of bulk wet and dry cargoes in Ghana. He said the Volta Lake was the largest man-made lake in the... Readmore
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    The Minister for Transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has charged the National Road Safety Authority, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority and the Motor Traffic and Transport Department of the Ghana Police Service and other stakeholders to join efforts to fight the menace of road traffic crashes and casualties in the country. Launching the Nationwide “Stay Alive Road Safety... Readmore

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