Biotech can earn Ghana GHS 230 million yearly-economists &Scientist

Ghana stands of earning close to 230 million cedis every year should the country adopt the nitrogen efficient developed rice variety annually, an economist and a research Scientist with the Center for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSRI) Dr Paul Boadu has said. An economic assessment by Forum for Agriculture in Africa (FAFRA) Dr Paul Boadu…
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Adopt biotechnology for food security-Former CSRI Boss advises Africa governments

A former Director General of Center for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSRI) and a biotechnology advocate, Professor Walter Alhassan Sandow has advised African governments to pay serious attention to the Biotechnology if they really want to food secured. Professor Alhassan believe Ghana will be better off in food security if she adopt biotechnology. Ghana professor…
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Provide referendum information to media-GJA General Secretary tells government

The General Secretary of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) Mr EdmundĀ  Kofi Yeboah has underscored the important role the media play in theĀ  impending referendum on the creation of the new regions. The purpose of the exercise for journalists to be adequately informed on the impending referendum is very important. Mr Yeboah said the media…
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