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Psyche of success with Afua Osei of She Leads Africa

Afua Osei, co-founder of She Leads Africa, unpacks the journey of starting a company, how she handled doubts when targets weren’t met and the lifestyle changes she had to make to keep the cash flow going. She Leads Africa is an organisation that helps young African women build their businesses and careers. Ghanian-born Osei says she always wanted to make a global impact. “I wanted to build a company that wasn’t just for people in West Africa, that was for every young African woman.” The organisation recently held its first seminars in South Africa beginning in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

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Goil Holds Annual National Sales Conference

The leading oil marketing company in the country, GOIL has held its annual national sales conference in Accra. The 3 day conference is aimed at formulating marketing strategies to achieve GOIL's 2017 corporate goals through the use of marketing. The sales conference will also afford GOIL the opportunity to review its performance for the year 2016 and chart a course for the year 2017. The Head of Fuels Marketing for GOIL, Markus DeoDake said total sales volume increased from 687million litres in 2015 to 746million litres in 2016. This, he said represents an 8% growth in total sales volume. He said the number of service stations also increased from 250 in 2015 to 290 by the end of 2016. Markus DeoDake said GOIL is well positioned to consolidate its gains in the oil marketing sector in the year 2017.

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Individuals, Benevolent Organizations Urged to Support Children's Homes

The Minister Designate for the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP), Madam Afisa Otiko Djaba, has appealed to benevolent organisations and well-living Ghanaians to support to Children's Homes across the country. Madam Djaba said although it was the responsibility of government to fund institutions and Children's Homes under the Social Welfare Department, individuals and benevolent organisations also had a role to play in ensuring the well-being of vulnerable ones. She was speaking during a visit to the Osu Children's Home in Accra, yesterday, where she celebrated her birthday with the children and donated some items to them. The Minister designate explained that she turned 55 years on Saturday, January 21, this year, and thought it good to mark her birthday with the less-privileged in society.

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Ghana Adopts and Signs New AU Charter On Maritime Security, Safety and Development

Ghana alongside other African Union member states have adopted and signed the new charter on maritime security, safety and development. In an extraordinary summit held in Lome from 10th-15th of October 2016, Heads of State and Governments have adopted a new charter that will lead the way in the safety and security of oceans within the African region. The document commits all member states not only to protect their environment, but also to supress crime on the sea as well as the trafficking of human beings, weapons and drugs.

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