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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MINISTER SIGNS MOU WITH SLOVENIA ON ECONOMIC COOPERATION

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Ghana and Slovenia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) towards developing and strengthening economic cooperation to exploit the wide range of investments and business opportunities between them for the wellbeing of their citizens.

Dr. Mohammed Awal, the Minister for Business Development, signed for Ghana, while Slovenia’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Dobran Bozic, signed for his side.

The agreement was signed at the margins of the two-day Eighth Africa Day International Conference at Ljubljana, Slovenia, an official statement issued by the Public Relations Outfit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra, said.

Representatives from more than 30 countries in Africa and the European Union are attending the conference, which seeks to examine the future of African and European relations and cooperation in the context of changing demographics, employment opportunities and migration patterns.

Describing the exercise as a ‘crucial one’, Slovenia’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Dobran Bozic, said the gesture would not only create favourable investment conditions for the two countries but also help promote long-term cooperation in the areas of Agriculture, Energy, Science and Technology, as well as trade in goods and services.

Dr. Awal, for his part, welcomed a Ghana – Slovenia partnership, citing the visit of the Slovenian Business Delegation to Ghana earlier in the year as a significant step to further deepen their trade and economic ties.

Other members of the Ghanaian delegation, including Mr Robert Ahomka-Lindsay, a deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Chief Executive of the Ghana Exim Bank, Lawrence Agyinsam, Chief Executive of Ghana Export Promotions Authority, Afua Asabea Asare, as well as Ghana’s Ambassador to Italy, Eudora Hilda Koranteng Quartey, took turns to explain the various roles played by their respective outfits in the country’s quest to become an industrialised-based economy.

They also explained the opportunities Ghana sought to become self-reliant. The team also shared plans by the Government to create jobs through a programme of rapid and aggressive value addition, especially in agro-processing and vibrant manufacturing.

Ghana and Slovenia established diplomatic relations 35 years ago.

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Ghanaians have misconceptions about Shatta wale-Sammy flex

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In a candid interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s “Entertainment Records” show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, Sammy Flex debunked common misconceptions about working with Shatta Wale. The headline reads, “Sammy Flex Reveals: Shatta Wale is not Difficult to Work With.”

During the interview, Sammy Flex addressed the prevalent belief that collaborating with Shatta Wale might be challenging. Contrary to these assumptions, he stated, “Shatta Wale is not difficult to work with, as many think.” Flex shed light on the collaborative dynamics, emphasizing the importance of understanding and aligning with Shatta Wale’s creative vision.

As the conversation unfolded, Sammy Flex shared his ambitious vision for the future, revealing, “My vision is to let Shatta Wale’s music reach every household in the world.” This statement underlined his dedication to expanding the global reach of Shatta Wale’s musical influence.

The revelation provides a new perspective on the working relationship with Shatta Wale, challenging preconceived notions. Sammy Flex’s commitment to bringing Shatta Wale’s music to a global audience signals a significant aspiration within the entertainment industry, capturing the attention of fans and industry insiders alike

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There’s no vocalist better than me in the history of Ghana music- Shasha Marley brags

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In an exclusive interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s Entertainment Records show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, reggae artist Shasha Marley boldly proclaimed himself as the all-time best vocalist in the history of Ghanaian music.

The statement came as he discussed the remarkable vocal quality showcased in his latest single, “Spintex Road Traffic Jam.”

During the interview, Shasha Marley expressed confidence in his vocal abilities, attributing his self-proclaimed title to years of dedication and musical craftsmanship.

Emphasizing the uniqueness of his voice, he stated that “Spintex Road Traffic Jam” serves as a testament to his unparalleled vocal prowess and versatility.

The artist’s claim has sparked discussions among music enthusiasts, with some supporting his assertion and others engaging in debates about the rich history of vocalists in Ghanaian music.

As the news of Shasha Marley’s bold declaration continues to circulate, fans eagerly anticipate the response from fellow artists and the broader music community.

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