• Saturday , 26 November 2022

Time with David

Is the Street naming project taking too long?

Is the Street naming project taking too long?

In this interview with David Ampofo, the National Project Coordinator of the Land Administration Project (LAP), Dr Benjamin Quaye, speaks about the street naming and property address project taking place in Ghana. He admits that the process has taken longer than expected but ...

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Finding your way around Ghana

Finding your way around Ghana

Do you know the name of the street you live on? Can you direct people to your house in Ghana using just the street names?   There is a major exercise underway to name all streets and number houses in ...

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How can the people of Ghana ensure that the discovery of oil is beneficial to them?

How can the people of Ghana ensure that the discovery of oil is beneficial to them?

The Omanhene of Essikado Traditional Area, Nana Kobina Nketsia V speaks to David Ampofo about the balance between the interests of oil investors and the benefits of Ghana’s oil to its people. “Before we get this oil the most important thing that we have to do is to ...

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What did Ghana learn from the gold mining industry to ensure that oil and gas truly become a blessing to this Country?

What did Ghana learn from the gold mining industry to ensure that oil and gas truly become a blessing to this Country?

Speaking to the Executive Director of the Human Rights and Environmental mining advocacy organization WACAM in this interview with David Ampofo first broadcast in 2009, Daniel Owusu-Koranteng talks about the difficulties Ghana has encountered in gold mining and the lessons ...

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What is the future of Ghana’s emerging oil and gas industry?

What is the future of Ghana’s emerging oil and gas industry?

In this interview with David Ampofo, first broadcast in 2009, the Acting Chief Executive of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) talks about the future of Ghana’s emerging oil and gas industry. ‘This particular discovery of oil is prolific’, Nana Boakye Asafu-Adjaye contends. “In 2007 it was the ...

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Franklin Cudjoe debates Ghana’s democracy on Time with David

Franklin Cudjoe debates Ghana’s democracy on Time with David

Is Ghana’s democracy stable? “Yes, but it’s far from mature,” says self-confessed libertarian and CEO of IMANI, Franklin Cudjoe. “In our highly polarised political landscape, new ideas are automatically seen as subversive”. Recently ranked second most influential policy think tank in Africa, IMANI is a constant ...

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