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IMF team to visit Ghana from 26 September to 7 October

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IMF team to visit Ghana from 26 September to 7 October

From September 26 to October 7, a staff delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Stéphane Roudet, mission leader for Ghana, will be in Accra to continue negotiations with the Ghanaian government about policies and reforms that could be financed by an IMF funding arrangement.

During the tour, IMF employees will also interact with other stakeholders further.

Between July 6 and July 13, 2022, a staff delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Carlo Sdralevich visited Accra to assess the country’s economic situation and talk about the general framework of the government’s Enhanced Domestic Program that could be financed by an IMF lending arrangement.

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Vice-President Bawumia, Finance Minister Ofori-Atta, and Governor Addison of the Bank of Ghana met with the IMF delegation (BoG).

In order to discuss social spending, the team also visited with the Finance Committee of the Parliament, nonprofits, and development agencies like UNICEF and the World Bank.

“Ghana is dealing with a severe economic and social situation in a challenging international climate. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a dramatic worsening of the financial and debt crisis.

Investors’ worries have also led to credit rating downgrades, capital outflows, a lack of access to external markets, and higher domestic borrowing rates, according to a statement from Sdralevich.

BoG reschedules MPC meeting

Prior to this, the BoG changed the date of its impending interest rate decision from 26 September to 7 October in order to coincide with the conclusion of an IMF mission to the nation.

“To allow the decision on the policy rate to benefit from the wider talks to be made during the term, the Bank of Ghana is rescheduling its 108th Monetary Policy Committee meeting to coincide with the end of the IMF mission. On October 7, 2022, a decision about the direction of monetary policy will be made public, according to a statement from the BoG.

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Entrepreneur Cum Hairstylist, Millicent Tetteh Starts “Mimi De Hairdresser” In Accra

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Entrepreneur and professional hairstylist, Millicent Tetteh has commissioned her new office, “Mimi De Hairdresser” in Accra yesterday in a grand style.

The event which was held on 25th November, 2023 saw bloggers and influencers gracing the occasion. It was indeed a spectacle to behold as many a man were treated with a gracious reception. As for ladies who needed braids and special hair treatment, they were treated pleasingly by the order of the Peaky Blinders on a softer note.

“Mimi De Hairdresser” located in Madina Estate near “Bag  and Save”  supermarket offer the following hair services; extensions, braid caps, installations, braids, nails, pedicure, manicure, piercing, salon services, et al. In fact, they offer all services as far as hair is concerned. They also are available for home services. They open every day from 9AM to 8pm.

Connect with “Mimi De Hairdresser” on the following social media fora;

Instagram: @iammimidehairdresser

Snapchat: aj_mimi8

Also contact Mimi on 0543565688.

 

Have a glimpse of the opening event and venue from below.

 

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Jucad Pharmacy Introduces Kidics Syrups To Boost Babies Appetite To Help Them Grow Well And Healthy

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Jucad Pharmacy is one of the trusted registered pharmaceutical companies we have in motherland Ghana, fully registered under the company code 1963 (Act 179) and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Jucad Pharmacy is here again with another quality, affordable, and result-providing pharmaceutical product dubbed ‘Kidics Syrup’.

Kidics contains vitamins B and lysine to boost your child’s appetite, as well as other multivitamins and minerals that will boost your child’s growth and immune system. Babies between the ages of 6 months and 12 years who can’t eat well need Kidics Syrup.

For customers in Kumasi, kindly go to Danny Pharma and Osons Chemist; in Accra, distributors should get in touch with Darose Pharmacy, Base Line Pharmacy, & Blepomen Pharmacy. TAKWA: Kekule pharmacy, etc.

KIDICS SYRUP ALSO CONTAINS:
Each 5ml.(One teaspoonful)                                  contains:
Vitamins A palmitate B.P.    1500 IU
Vitamin D3 B.P.          100IU
Vitamin E( Acetate) B.P.     3mg
Vitamin B1 B.P.  1.5mg
Vitamin B2 B.P.   1.5mg
Vitamin B6. B.P.   1mg
Vitamin B12 B.P.   1.5mcg.
Niacinamide B.P.    5mg
Vitamin C B.P.        30mg
D-Panthenol B.P.     2.5mg
L-Lysine Hydrochloride.  U S.P.    40mg
Ferrous Gluconate  B.P.   60mg
eq. to elemental Zinc 5mg.
Magnesium Gluconate U.S.P. 185.41 mg.
eq.to elemental Magnesium 10mg.
Flavored syrupy bas.       q.s.
Overages of vitamins added to compensate loss on storage.
Dosage: As directed by the physician
Storage: Store in a cool,dry place
Protect from light.
Keep all medicines out of reach of children.

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.

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