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The death of the Libyan despotic leader Col. M. Qaddafi
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The death of the Libyan despotic leader invokes mix-feeling across the World. What is your view on the dramatic demise of Col. Qaddafi?Continue

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What do you do?
Reporter, Editor, Producer
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
Fields of interest
agriculture, health, water, energy, sustainable development, poverty reduction, policy
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Please introduce yourself and explain why you want to join this network. Membership may be denied for people who do not answer this question in sufficient detail
I am a journalist by profession. I am the 2009 and 2011 Best Radio News journalist (Award winner) in my country. I have being working for over seven years in the media industry. I hold BA in Political Science and Linguistics,Diploma in Communication Studies, Diploma in Public Relations and Diploma in Business Management and Administration.
I want to join this network to help me broaden my scope in my interactions with like-minded Members of the Network and to have the opportunity to exchange ideas and promote the ideals and objectives of the Network.

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Sharing the 2016 Gh₵50 Billion National Cake

By Dominic Hlordzi

Figure: The pie chart on top of the Chamber of Parliament as shown in the infogram presents the budgetary allocations by percentage to the various priority areas.

Each Ghanaian may receive…


Posted on December 30, 2015 at 15:14

Benchmark Revenue Estimation Blues: Parliament to Amend the Oil Revenue Projection Mathematics


BY Dominic Hlordzi

Forecasting the unknown is not a joke. Yes! Our Minister of Finance and the Independent Benchmark Revenue Certifier are not clairvoyants to see into the future to know exactly how oil prices will behave. If they were Ghana’s benchmark revenue arithmetic will always be accurate and the “deviation curve” from the actual outturns wouldn’t…


Posted on May 27, 2015 at 17:30



By Dominic Hlordzi

Under Ghana’s Development Agenda, Agriculture is identified as a key economic pillar. Modernizing agriculture is inextricably linked to Ghana’s ability to be self-sufficient in food production, produce raw materials for industry and ensure sustainable national…


Posted on April 7, 2015 at 10:49



Agriculture is said to be the backbone of Ghana’s economy. It employs about half the workforce of the nation. Investment in the sector has not been the best over the years culminating in decline in food production.

To avoid neglect of the sector, with the coming on stream of oil, the crafters of the Petroleum Revenue Management Act thought it wise to include…


Posted on November 17, 2014 at 14:13

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