The peaceful nature of Ghana's election cemented its position as a beacon of democracy in Africa.
The New Patriotic Party said its candidate, Nana Akufo-Addo, had taken 53.5% of the vote so far - against 44.8% for President John Mahama.
Once Africa’s economic shining star, Ghana now in the IMF's clutches— and for some, sales are down 90%
Growth in the country, an oil supplier since 2010, is languishing near the slowest pace in 20 years—the result of giddy government spending.
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Among other things, plans to develop 4,000 kilometres of rail lines covering the entire country to enable commute between towns.
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Ghana has a fighting chance under IMF programme, even as black gold and actual gold breaks everyone's heart
Reserves need to be grown beyond the current 2.5 months import cover to over 3 months cover; investments into energy will boost manufacturing.
John Mahama blames gadgets for rolling load shedding, sparking incredulity from citizens.