There are quite a number of airports in Ghana. Most of these airports at located in the regional capitals of most regions in the country. Some of these airports are already in use. Some are still under construction while others are having some of its parts fixed or extension of the airport.
The Kotoka International Airport is the pride of Ghana when it comes to foreign travels via the plane. The airport has seen a number of renovations over time to help expand the place and make it meet international standards. One of the turning points of the airport was the construction of Terminal 3.
Majority of us didn't know where this name "37 military hospital" came from. This hospital was built several year before they born some of us so we came and met it that name. But we shouldn't worry again everything is going to be clear today, sure!.
A man passes out in a video after losing a bet on a loan on money he borrowed from a house. Bookmakers around the world who rent his house during matches after the return of club football for a week are laughing at home because their guests will always be busy.
MPLAZA Business BOOMS, Since All Persons Who Test POSITIVE Must Lodge There, So WHO OWNS IT? DETAILS
As part of the Covid-19 restrictions, the President, through his Executive Instrument, made testing for travellers compulsory and interestingly, at the cost of $150 dollars, many have spoken against it, but everyone travelling through Kotoka International Airport has had to make this payment and get tested.
Kotoka International Airport is an international airport in Accra, the capital of Ghana. The airport is operated by Ghana Airports Company Limited, which has its offices on the airport property. It is the only international airport in Ghana. A video trending on social media captured the moment of a man who has loses sanity at kotoka international airport.
Corona virus is yet not defeated. However, there are measures being put in place to reduce to stop the spread and finally battle this deadly virus from the system. The government of Ghana has just received its largest shipment of vaccines. The vaccines have just arrived at the Kotoka International Airport.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has finally given a response to demonstrators against the continued closure of land borders in Ghana. The President noted that the reopening of the borders comes with a huge risk and associated challenges controlling human contacts. Speaking in an interview on Takoradi-based radio station; Skyy Power FM, President Akufo Addo said the demands for reopening of the border will not be granted adding that it would be in the best interest of people to restrict human traffic until experts advise otherwise.
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Bachir Musa Aminou, 42, was arrested at the Kotoka International Airport on suspicion of holding 656 ATM cards. Musa Aminou was picked up by authorities from the National Intelligence Bureau at the Kotoka International Airport, according to the Daily Graphic. According to the article, Musa Aminou claims to be a Nigerian but was discovered with a Nigerien passport.
An unexpected incident happened few minutes to midnight on Friday, September 3 at Kotoka International Airport (KIA). The passengers were stranded and in fear because their lives could have been wasted if safety measures were not taken to save them from the incident. The incident was a KLM flight which was scheduled to take off from Accra to Amsterdam in London, faced an unexpected problem when it was about to take off from the land into the air at Kotoka International Airport.
President's Cousin Comes To The Defense Of Profiting Firms, Frontiers Healthcare Services And MPLAZA
Thanks to viral videos on social media, one found here at Facebook (VIDEO), where people who tested negative for Covid-19 before arriving in Ghana, surprisingly tests positive at the Kotoka International Airport by the Frontiers Healthcare Services and are forced to lodge at MPLAZA for a fee, only to test negative in 48hours.
Vital Notice to Residence Of Accra:Roads To Be Temporary Closed On Thursday Sept,16 - Ecowas Summit.
Vital Notice to Residence Of Accra:Roads To Be Temporary Closed On Thursday Sept,16 - Ecowas Summit. The Ghana Police Service has reported that pieces of the Liberation and Independence Roads in Accra will encounter an impermanent interruption of traffic stream on Thursday, September 16. The Director of Public Affairs, Supt.
Ayigbe Edem, a Ghanaian rapper, has exposed the scum that is currently at the airports. According to him, the government has a significant financial stake in the scum. Edem stated on Twitter that many airports have stopped taking money twice to test travelers, but Ghana is still extorting money from people.
The largest Aircraft in the world, 'Antonov An-225 Mriya' landed at the Kotoka International Airport last Wednesday (7th July 2021). The six engine aircraft - one of only two of such aircraft ever built, flew from Leipzig and successfully landed at Kotoka International Airport.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced new measures in the country’s preparedness and the fight against the deadly COVID-19 pandemic to help curb the spread of the disease.The president announced these measures in a pre-recorded address to the nation, the update number twenty-five on the measures taken against the spread of Coronavirus in the country.
The Minister for Transport, Mr. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah is to appear before Parliament next week to answer some pertinent questions that some members of the house needs answers to. This urgent call came in after the Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu felt the need for the Minister to come and account for the proceeds generated from the testing of COVID-19 at the nation's airport, Kotoka International Airport.
In June, the Ghana Health Service revealed that, as part of mandatory routine screening at the Kotoka International Airport had detected six Delta Variant of the SARS-Cov-2 virus from all samples taken between April and June 2021. However, carries of the new variant were not permeated into the Ghanaian community.
It was just reported recently that the new Covid-19 variants has entered Ghana, Kotoka International Airport and they were under treatment. Not long ago that we also heard the new variant has now entered one of the big schools in Greater Accra, which is Achimota Senior High School.
The US-based airline company, United Airlines, has re-launched passenger flight operations from Washington DC to Accra.Its Dreamline 787 landed at the Kotoka International Airport on Saturday, May 15.There are over 116,000 Ghanaians living in the United States, so it’s very convenient for both Ghanaian and American citizens to move with ease.