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NPA settles GHC 412 million debt owed BDCs

The National Petroleum Authority has settled the GHC 412 million debt owed the Bulk Oil Distribution Companies(BDCs), according to National Petroleum Authority (NPA). The amount covers the last of debt owed the companies.

Last year, the authority paid GHC 200 million out of its GHC 412 million debt owed the BDCs.

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3 officials dismissed over rot at MASLOC

Three officials of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) have been dismissed for the various roles they played in the GH¢1 million fraud at the centre.

They are the Deputy Head of Operations, Ken Kwaku Boadi Asare; the Western Regional Manager, George Owusu Sasu, and the Eastern Regional Credit Officer, Kingsley Boakye.

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Night flights draw more passengers

The commencement of night flights between Accra and Kumasi has started drawing more passengers on the domestic route, a situation operators are excited about even though it is early days yet.

Night flights on the domestic front were made possible by the installation of an Aeronautical Ground Lighting system (AGL) and total resurfacing of the Kumasi runway.

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Dumsor: Coca Cola, Cadbury, others to sack workers

Some workers of Coca Cola, Mantrac, Cadbury Ghana, Fan milk and other companies are expected to lose their jobs as the energy crisis deepens.

According to the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU), the four companies have brought notifications of their retrenchment plans as a result of the worsening power crisis, which is having a toll on Industry and businesses.

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350 ICU members lose jobs due to ‘dumsor’

About 350 members of the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) have been laid off since January 2015 as a result of various industrial and commercial concerns arising out of the energy crisis, a senior official of the ICU has said.

According to the General Secretary of the union, Mr Solomon Kotei, production at many industries had been affected by the inconsistencies in power supply.

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