Category Archives: Ghana

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

Source: Rising Tide Foundation

Who Benefits from Africa’s Poverty? PD Lawton RTF Lecture

28 Dec 2021

In this Rising Tide Foundation lecture, Africa Agenda editor in chief PD Lawton takes you through a definitive history of Africa with a look to the future. PD introduces ancient African renaissance traditions that Read the rest

President Nana Akofu-Addo at COP26 : Make African Economic Development Part of the Solution instead of Condeming it!

“…Those same nations are, however, insisting that we abandon the opportunity for rapid development of our economies. That would be tantamount to enshrining in the global community, inequality of the highest order, a totally unacceptable conclusion. We must find a solution that is equitable and fair. A solution … Read the rest

How The City of London Has Kept Africa Underdeveloped and Poor – PD Lawton Presentation Interview

Source: Jason Liosatos Outside The Box

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/how-the-city-of-london-has-kept-africa-underdeveloped-and-poor-pd-lawton-presentation-interview_HPVyfpr1FHBDyVl.html

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Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo Calls for a New Economic System

“Even before the pandemic, many had concluded that the current structure of global economic cooperation designed some 77 years ago, has proven inadequate to finance infrastructure and economic transformation in developing countries. Given the incapacity of the global financial system to produce the necessary outcomes to finance sustainable development we … Read the rest

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Source: The New Africa Channel

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Project – Investment in africa by country is at all time high. Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Sudan have recently reaffirmed their adherence to moving forward Read the rest

The Silent Revolution in African Rail

“The real friends of Africa now are those trying to bridge the infrastructure deficit…..China has done it. It has pumped billions of dollars into the Belt and Road Initiative. Now, whatever critisism they have on that initiative, it has helped Africa. It has opened up Africa and it has challenged Read the rest

President Akofu-Addo Challenges the Status Quo of Imperialism

Africa loses annually more than US$ 50 billion in illicit financial outflows. Between 2000 and 2008,  US$ 252 billion (which was 56% of the illicit outflow) was from the extractive industries ( MNC mining)

Source: Make Africa Great

Africa need honesty Lawyers on Mining, Africa Government and Mining Compony NOT

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ENERGY for Africa : The Power to Industrialize and Reach Zero Poverty

ENERGY for Africa : The Power to Industrialize and Reach Zero Poverty

by PD Lawton    16 May 2021

 

Prof. Benjamin Jabez Botwe Nyarko, Director General of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), recently made the point that nuclear energy is the best way of achieving reduction of poverty in Read the rest