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armed forces trains customs officers in counter insurgency

64 Infantry Regiment – the Counter-Terrorism Unit (CTU) of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), has successfully trained thirty-eight (38) Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) officers, to form the pioneers of the Customs Counter Terrorism Unit for the revenue institution. The Customs officers had been through three weeks intensive of training at the Asutsuare Training Camp of G ..read more

ghana ports to see more cargo volumes in 2020

Ghana’s ports will anchor increases in cargo volumes in 2020 following the positioning of Tema and Takoradi Ports as transhipment and oil and gas hubs respectively. Mr Michael Luguje, Director General, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA), making the projections, said the Authority had made major investments to enable Ghana’s ports to serve as an incentive for the facilitation ..read more

gra exceeds ghs43bn 2019 revenue target

The Ghana Revenue Authority has exceeded its GHS43 billion tax revenue target for 2019. This follows a revision of the earlier target from GHS46 billion to GHS43 billion. According to GRA Board Chairman, Professor Stephen Adei, his outfit did very well in December 2019 by collecting more taxes. Speaking to Accra-based Joy FM, Prof Adei said: “The target, in general, was about GHS46 billio ..read more

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