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GHANA HEMPTECH CONFERENCE 2020

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 The Ghana HempTech conference is the first time in history that the diaspora is organising an educational and training opportunity for farmers in the country to learn about Hemp. On 18 and 19 December at the Mikado Conference Center there’ll be over 25 speakers on agricultural technology, cultivating hemp, manufacturing, business development and more. The conference host, The Cooperative Executive Management Team has partnered with local Ghanaian Farm cooperative Ultimate Farmers Alliance, the Reggae Network Ghana and other local farmers, businesses and partners to bring information on this trillion-dollar industry to Ghana. 

Experts in their field are traveling from the United States, Ethiopia and throughout Ghana to provide their experience to Ghanaian farmers and business owners that are interested in understanding the hemp industry. The Narcotics Control Commission that has been newly formed will provide the legislative instrument to create the regulations and guidelines for cultivating, processing and manufacturing of hemp in the country and this is an opportunity to collaborate black Americans, local Ghanaians and many others in order to start the hemp industry in Ghana on the the proper footing for inclusion of all.
We invite foreign investors, business owners and farmers to attend this two-day conference and enjoy food, networking and business opportunities in Ghana in the Hemp industry. Tickets and inquiries can be made at the Mikado Plaza in Labone on Ring Rd near the pharmacy side anytime before Wednesday, 16 December from 8am to 5pm. We hope to see you at the first ever Ghana HempTech Conference.
For more information or to attend the conference please visit our website at https://coopexecutives.com/ghana-hemptech-conference or contact us via phone at 05477 37721.

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“If Dem Send You Tell Dem You No See Me” – Stonebwoy Replies A Twitter User Over “Fix The Country” Campaign After Calling Him Out.

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#FixTheCountry as been in the trends on social media since yesterday 3 May 2021 and Ghanaian dancehall Artiste Stonebwoy has revealed why he is not adding his voice to the campaign after Twitter user called him out with other artistes.

In Stonebwoy’s reply to the Twitter user, he says; the economy has become too static for the youths due to the high degree of social inequalities caused by the political parties.

He added that, each and everyone in the country is suffering equally thus the political parties know what to do to FixTheCountry for its citizens.

Please if them send you tell Dem say u no see me o.. which part of the suffering are we not affected by directly and indirectly as Ghanaians. The problem is you the parties Politicizing everything. When you know exactly what To Do…

 

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Comedian Waris Attack media on fix ghana agenda

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Renowned Ghanaian comedian ( Comedian Waris ) goes hard on ghana media Houses for failing to aid the support of citizens in the country while politicians fail to develop the country but rather put in more task with no job or better payments on the citizens…. below is what he tweeted

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Bill Gates and Melinda Gates to divorce after 27 years

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Bill and Melinda Gates announced on Monday afternoon that they are ending their marriage after 27 years.

The pair made the announcement simultaneously with identical messages shared on their Twitter accounts. Melinda Gates also shared the news on Instagram 

“After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage,” read the statement. “Over the last 27 years, we have raised three incredible children and build a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive lives.”

“We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation, but we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives,” continued the statement. “We ask for space and privacy for our family as we begin to navigate this new life.”

Bill and Melinda French Gates met at a trade fair in New York and began dating in 1987, more than a decade after Bill Gates first founded Microsoft. The pair wed in 1994 , at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Hawaii.
In 1996, they welcomed their first child, Jennifer Katharine. That same year, Bill and Melinda Gates established the William H. Gates Foundation, which focuses on advancing global health using charitable donations from Microsoft.

They had their second child and first son, Rory John, in 1999. In 2002, their third child, Phoebe Adele, was born.

In 2000, the William H. Gates Foundation merged with another organization, the Gates Learning Foundation, to form the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Since 2000, the foundation has spent $53.8 billion and opened international offices all over the world to expand its outreach. In their statement, the couple said that the foundation would continue despite their separation.

In 2020, the foundation committed $1.75 billion to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, including to help with the development and distribution of tests, treatments and vaccines.

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