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Speaking at the Powering Africa: Summit on 9 March, Enoh T. Ebong, Acting Director, U.S. Trade and Development Foundation (USTDA) announced a recent grant signing for a feasibility study for two 17MW solar photovoltaic plants near the villages of Pá and Kodéni in Burkina Faso
To commemorate Ghana's 60th Independence Day anniversary, Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) Ghana is rewarding its valued customers under a promotion dubbed: MTN BIG 60 Promo
Under the MTN BIG 60 Promo, which runs from 1 March to 31 March, 2017, customers on the MTN Just4U platform will be rewarded with free UBER rides for 600 customers, birthday cakes for 600 customers while 600 customers will be invited to Movie Maria at the Silver bird Cinema in Accra and the West Hills Mall in Weija, a suburb of Accra.
In addition, subscribers who use Ghc 6 and 60 pesewas daily will also get up to 60 minutes free airtime and 60 Mb of free data daily.
Furthermore, under the MTN BIG 60 Promo, all MTN postpaid customers will enjoy, free 60 minutes on Independence Day on 6 March.
The unique offer can be accessed on the MTN Just4U platform by dialing*515#
In June, Afrocet Montgomery and IMAG in partnership with Deloitte Consulting and under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Federal Republic of Nigeria, is launching ConMin West Africa and the National Mining Summit in Abuja, Nigeria
IPMC CEO Amar Hari came quickly to the defence of potential investors thinking about starting a tech business in Ghana
Dr Maikanti Baru, group managing director, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has declared Nigeria Oil and Gas 2017 open this week, and he expressed optimism on Nigeria’s oil Industry
Dr Baru expressed optimism that the Nigerian oil industry is turning the corner and that things can only get better. He said that the optimism could be seen in the attendance of exhibitors and conference attendees at the 2017 edition, which he said was the highest since the inception of the exhibition and conference in Nigeria.
Speaking specifically on the Nigerian oil industry, he made reference to the improved scenario for operators, citing the reduced prevalence of pipeline vandalism, which he pointed had reduced by 20 per cent in 2017 compared to the 2016 figures.
“There had been lots of engagements with the stakeholders in the industry that is now reflected in the more enabling environment and the reduction of pipeline vandalisation,” said Dr Baru.
The NNPC has joint ventures with IOCs and previously none or late payment of counterpart funding by NNPC had impacted negatively on production, but Dr Baru said that had been a significant improvement by the Nigerian government on the cash calls payment. He said this has considerably improved the investment climate in the oil industry, giving "a significant measure of hope. “