Growing up in the nineties, most of us memorized content of Money gram and Western Union adverts which used to run on Ghanaian TV. They were typically dramatized in a humorous way to show the disadvantages of sending money home through so called “human agents”.
In 2018, the Government of Ghana launched the Year of Return 2019 campaign at the Washington Press Club, in Washington D.C to encourage Africans in the diaspora to return to the country in commemoration of 400 years of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.
On 17th December 2019, two females and two males of Ghanaian descent were sworn into the UK house of Commons after winning their seats in the British Parliament.
Current global happening has led to in some cases more than half of a country’s population having to stay indoors. Lots of people have found themselves working from home, or facing layoffs. In regards to these and more, there has been such a demand for online activities like never before.
The goal of setting up a business is to grow, rake in revenue, and to continue remaining relevant in the market. One way of achieving this is by increasing website traffic in order to gain quality leads.
The beginning of a New Year presents us with the opportunity to reflect and make positive changes desired to succeed. Finances play an important part of these plans. Be it increasing savings, choosing the right place to invest or even a change of career, there are certain things you can do to avoid mistakes that will stand in the way of making your 2020 a good financial year.
“Discount on travel packages for a group of 2 or more” is a popular advertising strategy of travel companies which works well with most patrons, and often proves to be a much more fun and cheaper option. However, if you consider the value and returns of travelling alone, you’ll find out that it isn’t costly after all in terms of value for money. So, what are some of the advantages…
According to the World Health Organisation (W.H.O) website, “COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.”
Dubai is the commercial and if you like ‘luxurious’ capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is a place of diversity where you can find people of all nationalities. The City has become a second home to the many expats living and working here due to its world class infrastructure, social amenities, standard of living, safety and religious tolerance. To fully enjoy what Dubai has to offer; whether you are…