By Ike Dzokpo
The governments of the United States of America and the Republic of Ghana signed a Declaration of Partnership at the African Green Revolution Forum hosted in Accra.
The Declaration launches a five-year Feed the Future Country Plan for Ghana that will increase investments in agriculture, build greater resilience, and improve household nutrition.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi is “a very important element” to the United States in maintaining the region’s stability, the US President Donald Trump said yesterday.
“Egypt has already presented a great performance under the commandership of President El-Sisi,” Trump said during his meeting with Sisi on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in France.
The United States of America and Ethiopia have signed a memorandum of understanding to exchange terrorist screening information.
Ethiopian National Intelligence and Security Services, Director-General, Demelash Gebremichael, signed the MoU with Charles H. Kable, Assistant Director for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Director of the United States Terrorist Screening Center.
By Emmanuel Adinkrah
A 3-member delegation from Wheaton College (WC), Chicago-USA has met with management board of the Christian Service University College, CSUC, Kumasi to promote Christian Higher Education in Ghana.
The two Christian Higher institutions sought to discuss collaboration issues that seek to enhance academic growth of their staff and students. Read more
By Ahmed Charai
In 1999, King Mohammed VI took the throne after his father’s death, and pledged to renew the monarchy on the basis of steady political and social reforms toward inclusive governance, egalitarianism and the rule of law.
He initiated an equity and reconciliation commission to both acknowledge the prior suffering of elements of the Moroccan population at the hands of the security services and begin to compensate the families for their losses. Read more
By Stephen Charles Kenechukwu
Representatives of the US government say plans are underway to establish the West African Trade Hub (WATH) in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria.
This is in a bid to support the bilateral trade between Nigeria and the United States. Read more