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Any effective metrology system is characterised by the ability to properly calibrate measuring instruments and ensure that such instruments are fit for purpose.

Economic value of metrology- Image credit -CBRE

Written by Dr Kofi Amponsah-Bediako - Issues relating to satisfactory quality output, increased productivity, enhanced welfare, as well as general trends in economic growth and development are greatly dependent on and influenced by the quality infrastructure available for use in a country.

Mr President, reflect on your Oath of Office, apply the 1992 Constitution and hand over an equal number of the levers of power in Ghana to its women with or without dynamism and activism.

File Image - Nana Oye Lithur

Written By Nana Oye Lithur - Growing up as a very curious young Ghanaian woman, I was concerned about our political space, concerned about the wrangling I heard on Mama’s radio about Union Government, the economic growth of our country and passbooks for essential commodities during the revolutionary era, the gaps in gender equality, and the cupped voices of women.

I am deeply humbled and honored to be here and I bring you warmest greetings from the Government, the good people of Ghana and our President, Nana Akufo-Addo, whom many of you ...

File image - Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta

Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, last week organised their annual series of prayer breakfast meetings in a bid to mobilize the international community of Churches and government leaders “to align themselves in prayer with God’s purpose for Israel and Jerusalem”. Ghana’s Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, was invited as a special speaker at this year’s event.

The name Bongo came about as a result of the discovery of a large but harmless python that patrolled the town at night. It was believed to be a god of protection. The word python in Mamprusi is “bohugu” and in Gu- rune Language “bahine”, ...

File image - One Village One Dam, Sod cutting ceremony for the construction of one dams in Bongo. Image credit - Metro FM

The Bongo district, located in the Upper East Region, is one of the 254 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana. It is very important to stress that the district was created by Legislative Instrument (LI) 1446 in 1988 with Bongo as its capital.