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Shatta Wale overwhelmed by McDan’s progress with Ada Songhor Salt project

Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Amarh Mensah better known as Shatta Wale over the weekend paid a working visit to the Ada Songhor Salt mine where he was briefed on the projects Electrochem Ghana Limited has undertaken since taking over as the sole company to explore salt resources in the Songhor Lagoon and surrounding communities. Shatta Wale was overwhelmed with the ... Read More »

Naval Base to be established in Ada – DCE

Madam Sarah Dugbakie Pobee, Ada East District Chief Executive, has revealed that discussion is underway for the establishment of a permanent Naval Base at Ada to provide seaward defence in through the District. She said illegal operations at the high seas was on the increase in the area, partly because of the lack of effective monitoring and enforcement of the ... Read More »

Songor Salt: 23 Ada chiefs arrested over attacks on Electrochem

Twenty three persons including some chiefs arrested in connection with the attack on the Ada Police and Electrochem Company Ltd, the company mining the Songhor Salt in the Ada West of the Greater Accra Region have been slapped with six charges to appear before court. The suspects including Nene Dadeboe Anim II, Chief of Salom and Nene Ayornu, Chief Priest ... Read More »

ElectroChem Ghana begin Salt mining operations at Ada Songhor

Electrochem Ghana limited has commenced operations on the Ada Songhor salt project site after a special commissioning ceremony was performed by the District Chief Executive, Chief’s and people of Ada. The Ada Songhor salt site has a potential production capacity of about 1.4 million metric tonnes and Electrochem Ghana limited which is a subsidiary of the Mcdan Group has assembled ... Read More »

President, Vice mourns with Divine Agorhom

The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the ruling NPP, Divine Otoo Agorhom, over the weekend hosted the first two gentlemen of the land, President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo and his Vice, Dr. Alhaji Bawumia at his mother’s funeral in his hometown, Goi in the Ada West District. The president who was on a working visit to the Volta Region rounded ... Read More »

Luta: Assemblymember sensitizes stakeholders against violence in Election 2020

Luta: Assemblymember sensitizes stakeholders against violence in Election 2020 The Assemblymember for Badzor-Ohe/ Luta Electoral Area,  Hon. Amuyao David Narh has called on political parties and chiefs to eschew themselves from inciting political violence amongst the people in order to ensure a peaceful environment in the upcoming general polls, stressing that democracy should not be silenced with political power or ... Read More »

ADAWEFROM KEPT FIT ON SUNDAY

Adawefrom over the weekend undertook a fitness walk to create awareness about the need to regularly exercise in order to enhance our immune system which is key if are to survive against the deadly Covid-19. As always, Adacommunityonline.com wouldn’t disappoint in bringing you the kind of excitement you missed. PHOTO CREDIT: RICOCAPTURES Read More »

ADAWEFROM READY TO GET FIT

ADAWEFROM, the currently trending social media platform which seeks to bring together all Ada natives, far and near, for social networking and development, is staging a grand Health Walk on Sunday 9th, 2020 from Ada Foah Market to Big Ada Banna at 5 am.   The program dubbed, ” Strong mind and body to build a strong community ” is to ... Read More »

Stanbic Bank ‘takes over’ Bank of Baroda

The Ghana unit of Standard Bank of South Africa, Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited, has absorbed customers of the local subsidiary of Indian-state lender, Bank of Baroda under an arrangement that comes at no cost to the former. Multiple sources involved in the arrangement say the transaction was sealed in the tail end of December 2018, paving the way for Baroda ... Read More »

IMF yet to decide on Ghana’s $2bn Sinohydro deal

The IMF has written to the Minority asking for time to decide whether the move by the government of Ghana to exchange the nation’s bauxite for $2billion to fund infrastructure projects from China constitute government debt. The Minority through its spokesperson on Finance Casiel Ato Forson last month wrote to the IMF requesting for its opinion on whether the agreement ... Read More »