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Ex-pump prices ‘not abnormal’– Hosi downplays COPEC, ICU protest

he CEO of Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors says prices of petroleum products have not gone up inconsistently with global figures to warrant concern or criticisms against the government.

Reiterating the position of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), Senyo Hosi said the current ex-pump price of petroleum products appropriately fits into the dictates of external factors that determine the pricing of the commodity.

“Crude prices are about 24% above what it was one year ago. Diesel international prices are about 27% up, pump prices are 13% up…it is not abnormal. It’s actually a function of the entire international situation,” he said Tuesday evening on PM Express, a current affairs programme on the Joy News channel on Multi TV.

His comments follow a planned protest march on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) and Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU).

Senyo Hosi

– Senyo Hosi

Executive Director of COPEC, Duncan Amoah, who was also on the current affairs programme, said the current administration must move to mitigate the burden of the increasing prices of fuel.

COPEC and the ICU have said the last five months have seen a persistent increase in the prices of petroleum products with corresponding hardships.

“The increases always take us by surprise. By the time we realise the prices are already up but we cannot increase our fares. When we complain, the government will say we should hold on,” a member of the ICU told Joy News.

Meanwhile, the National Petroleum Authority, the sector regulator, has urged the two organisations to seek clarity about the situation to “ensure that the public is not misled by those who are motivated by reasons other than those of national interest.”

NPA said in a release Tuesday evening that since February 1, 2018, the Price Stability and Recovery Levy (PSRL) on petrol (GHp12/Lt) and diesel (GHp10/Lt) have been completely neutralised to reduce the impact of rising prices on the international market on Ghanaian consumers.

“This means that government has forfeited the revenue it would have collected on these products for the period 1st – 15th February 2018 in order to cushion consumers,” the NPA said.

But when the protest begins on Wednesday, COPEC and ICU will be hoping to get the government to do even more about fuel price hikes.

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– Duncan Amoah raises one of the signs that will be paraded during the protest march today during

Bigger picture

Senyo Hosi has urged the government to look at the bigger picture and fashion out a more sustainable solution to the perennial agitations against fuel price increases.

He suggests investments in mass public transport system to cushion Ghanaians from the economic hardships that come with ex-pump price increases of petroleum products.

“We are here primarily because we allowed politicians to deceive us. We also acted in ways that encouraged them to do so. We have subsidised this economy and this sector by 2.5 to 3 billion dollars since 2011 and for me as an economic policy analyst, it’s ridiculous. That was money we should have spent transforming our mass transportation sector,” he said.

He envisages that the dynamics will change once government invests significantly in mass transportation infrastructure.

Watch more from the discussion in the video below.

Use Lithium to develop Volta Region – PIAC urges gov’t

Vice Chairman of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), Mr Kwame Jantuah, has urged the government to use the newly discovered mineral, Lithium, to develop the Volta Region.

Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of a training workshop organised by the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists (IFEJ) and GIZ in Koforidua recently, he called on the government to ensure the new mineral was not exported in its raw state so the country could derive the maximum benefit from the resource.

“We shouldn’t take out and export. Any company that wants to come and mine, [the company should] open a small processing company in the area so that we create more jobs, build capacity and we make sure that the people in the community would benefit” he suggested.

According to Mr Jantuah, many areas in the Volta Region are covered by water, rendering the region relatively poor in terms of economic viability and high in unemployment.

Kwame Jantuah

– Kwame Jantuah

He said the discovery of Lithium should be actively channelled into creating jobs and making the economy of the area better.

The PIAC Vice Chair further urged the government to put in place a comprehensive plan to extract the resource and not to repeat the mistakes made in the extraction of gold, bauxite, diamond and oil.

“With the discovery of lithium, we shouldn’t do it the way we have done our gold, our diamond and other minerals. If it has to stay in the ground till we develop the capacity of the people in the area so that they too can get jobs out of it, it would be best,” Mr Jantuah said.

Ghana announced the discovery of Lithium in commercial quantities in the Volta Region in January this year.

Chief Executive Officer of the Minerals Commission, Mr Kwaku Addai Antwi-Boasiako, disclosed the mineral was identified during a nationwide exploration exercise.

“The mining activities will start but we want to attract investments into the Volta Region. That is where we have the Lithium and all these rare minerals. These are the minerals of the future. Lithium is about green energy and renewable energy.

“So if you have Lithium and all these rare minerals in the Volta Region, you will want to expand the base of mineral production. The presence of these minerals is as important as having the money to mine them… for now, we know we have it,” he had said.

Mr Antwi-Boasiako assured Ghanaians the Minerals Commission will follow due process in issuing licenses to companies to mine the mineral, emphasizing it will consider electronic applications from interested investors to avoid issues of corruption.

Lithium, among the top 10 most expensive minerals in the world can be used for the manufacture of batteries, heat-resistant glass, and ceramics while Lithium stearate is mixed with oils to make all-purpose and high-temperature lubricants.

Lithium hydroxide is used to absorb carbon dioxide in space vehicles and it is alloyed with aluminium, copper, manganese, and cadmium to make high-performance alloys for aircraft.

Lithium metal has the highest specific heat of any solid element and it is sometimes used as battery anode material electrochemical potential).

Lithium-based compounds such as lithium carbonate are used as drugs to treat manic-depressive disorders.

 

Source: myjoyonline

Gov’t moves in to stop under-valued gold exports

The issue of undervalued revenue generated from Ghana’s export of gold continues to be a challenge to the mining industry.

Government has announced some measures to block the leakages in the revenue generated from the export of gold.

Citi Business News has been speaking to some industry players to seek their perspectives on the effectiveness of the interventions in raking in the required revenue from gold exports.

It suggests that the government will among other things have to strengthen the institutions mandated to check the revenue streams to track down on possible instances of under declaration.

Gov’t admits under-declared gold export revenue

The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia at this year’s edition of the annual New Year school at the University of Ghana, lamented the loss of revenue through undervalued gold exports.

He assured that government will take steps to address the situation.

“What we are going to demand is a transparent account for all our natural resources that we are exporting; for the most part we are just told that we are exporting this amount of gold, how sure are we that that is the exact amount of gold that is being exported, we are going to insist on a transparent accounting for our natural resources.”

Dr Bawumia has also said that government is working on a law that will give some state agencies the power to check and inspect the total production of gold before it leaves the country.

His comments followed the disclosure of about 5 billion dollars worth of gold unaccounted for in the export of the commodity from Ghana to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Gold exporters demand more from regulators

However in a bid to proffer some solutions, the Treasurer of the Association of Gold Exporters, Dr. Abu Grant has called on the Minerals Commission to take steps to prevent recalcitrant Gold exporters from exploiting the Commission’s systems.

“The Minerals Commission needs to be steadfast and make sure the systems they’ve put in place are not abused. Everything that has to be done to prevent gold revenue losses has already been done. Every licensed gold exporter has at least two to three weeks to repatriate the proceeds after exporting gold. If you flout the repatriation rules and you want to export, you should face some difficulty”.

He, however, blames the previous board of Precious Minerals Marketing Company (PMMC) for its role in the loss of revenue from Gold exports in recent times.

“We know that through the PMMC, a lot of people have exported gold without repatriating back the proceeds. A lot of Indians back then were exporting a lot of gold through the PMMC without returning the proceeds. I definitely blame the previous management of PMMC. They created all the loopholes that people are taking advantage of,” he asserted.

Following the development, Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu  is not happy with the trend in the industry.

Like the Vice President, he says government will soon roll out an audit for all mining companies to ensure that the companies declare the accurate revenue.

“As a government, we have been short changed for a long time within the history of a country that is involved in mining; what the ministry in collaboration with government agencies seeks to do now is to introduce what we call an operational audit of mining firms and this is going to be across all mining companies that are going to work in this country”.

Mines Chamber declare support for probe

Director of External Affairs and Communications at the Ghana Chamber of Mines Ahmed Nantogmah has stated that  mining companies will support the intention of the Lands and Natural Resources Ministry to roll out the audit.

“Definitely I’m sure they will have modalities as to how they will have it done and when they will have it done and definitely as mining companies, I don’t think anybody will say no so we will wait for the Minister to send us the modalities and then we will take it from there.”

By: Anita Arthur/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana

1D1F project: Ekumfi factory gets 5 million pineapple suckers

Government through the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) has introduced a number of intervention programmes to sustain the Ekumfi Pineapple Processing Factory (EPPF) among other sensitive industries.

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of GEPA, Eric Amoako Twum, said on Wednesday that the Authority has provided five million pineapple suckers to feed the EPPF as part of an effort to sustain the operations of the factory.

He said government, through the intervention, has enabled the factory to create 4,000 direct jobs and additionally employ more than 5,000 out growers from Agona, Gomoa, Ekumfi and other adjoining districts to be suppliers to the EPPF.

Mr Amoako Twum said the Authority has contracted Billy Farms, a local company to supply the smooth cayenne pineapple suckers needed to the 5,000 smallholder farmers, who would, in turn, supply the EPPF for processing.

He said the government provided GHC 4 million as the total cost for the production of suckers to feed the factory to ensure its sustainability.

He said other existing fruit processing factories in the country could be supplied with some of the pineapples if excess was witnessed as a result of the various interventions being made.

Ekumfi pineapple factory

Touching on the cashew nut industry, Mr Amoako Twum said the GEPA as an institution with the mandate to develop and promote Ghana’s export trade, has undertaken interventions to grow the export sector.

He said the Authority supported cashew farmers with GHC 1.6 million to help them procure seedlings, herbicides, insecticides and other farming needs for the mass production of cashew nuts in the country.

He said the President would be launching the Cashew Development Plan to ensure that a sustainable production road-map towards positioning the crop as an agriculture goldmine for the country.

The Plan, Mr Amoako Twum said would resolve issues of infrastructure and other needed government support for cashew as well as outline measures to promote its production, sales and processing.

He said more than 75,000 farmers in the country are engaged in the production of cashew cultivation, most of them situated in the Brong Ahafo, Northern, Ashanti and Volta Regions.

Another intervention to induce growth in the export industry, he said, had been the support provided to the garments and textile sector to establish an association to help them achieve their objective of contributing to the growth of the economy.

He said the garment sector was considered as the second largest employment sector in the country after agriculture, with the capacity to create jobs for both the educated and the less educated youth and women.

On smallholder farmers’ export, he said the Authority has introduced a packaging standardisation to ensure that branding and packaging did not throw smaller producers out of business.

He said the modalities for the standardisation package were underway and once it was ready, the Authority would make it known to the stakeholders.

 

Source: myjoyonline

US to invest $60m into energy sector

The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Robert Jackson, has said the United States will invest 60 million US dollars into Ghana’s energy sector in the next few years to boost the sector.

Robert Jackson disclosed this when he paid a courtesy call on the Upper East Regional Minister, Rockson Bukhari in Bolgatanga.

“We are also working with Northern Electricity Distribution Company(NEDco) on the energy situation, although NEDco has been doing well, we will invest about six million dollars in NEDco over the next few years, to see how that investment will work and how it will impact that region,” he said.

This package is to enhance the operations of the Northern Electricity Distribution Company(NEDco), to make the provision of electricity more efficient and diversified in Northern Ghana.

The Ambassador also added that, the US government is also supporting the retooling of Ghana’s security agencies in readiness to combat terrorism.

 

There was a total blackout in the Tamale Metropolis in the latter part of 2017, following an inferno that gutted 11 panels of the VRA/NEDco substation at Choggu Hilltop.

NEDco-VRA at the time also served notice that the company is on the verge of collapse largely due to power theft.

The company’s Corporate Communications Director, Maxwell Kotoka, brought this to the fore at a news conference in Tamale where he disclosed that 45 percent of power theft was recorded in the Tamale area.

Stealing of power has become an established practice in the Northern Region for which reason authorities of the Northern Electricity Distribution Company (NEDco), have served notice to install prepaid meters for all its customers.

Records showed that, as of April to June 2014 ending, NEDco lost eight GHC800, 000 as a result of illegal connections and non-payment of electricity bills in the Tamale Metro area alone.

NEDco’s Director of Services, David Adomako-Mensah at a media briefing in Tamale, disclosed that 426 illegal power thieves were arrested for various offences.

By: Farida Yusif&Fred Awuni/Citifmonline.com/Ghana

GRA hits one million Taxpayer Identification Numbers milestone

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has so far issued over a million taxpayers with a new Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) since the introduction of the regime.

In 2017, over 258,000 new TINs were issued, an increase of 68% compared to the same period in 2016.

The millionth new TIN was issued at the Nkawkaw Small Taxpayer Office (STO) on December 14, 2017, marking another milestone in the operations of GRA’s new computerised tax system, tripsTM, managed by GCNet on behalf of the Government of Ghana.

TIN issuance has been boosted by the nationwide rollout of tripsTM, which is now live in a total of 59 offices across nine regions of Ghana.

According to Scott Murray, the e-Tax Project Manager at GCNet, the milestone was a significant step towards widening the tax net in government’s efforts to increase revenue mobilisation for accelerated development.

All persons and entities who have any dealings with the GRA are required to register for a TIN; it may be obtained free of charge from any GRA office. Applicants are expected to provide a clear copy of a valid identity card (National ID Card, Voters Card, Driving License or Passport), together with the original ID itself.

The tripsTM integrates seamlessly with a number of other government systems, including the National Identification Authority, and Driver Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), for the automated validation of individual identity documents; Registrar-General’s Department for the automated creation of Company TINs and sharing of company directors and shareholders data; GRA Customs Division for the identification of importers and exporters; and Controller and Accountant-General’s Department for revenue reporting.

Meanwhile, the component of domestic tax collection mobilised and processed through GCNet’s tripsTM in 2017 hit GH¢16 billion, representing a 32 per cent increase over the same period in 2016.

There has been a sustained increase in the component of domestic tax collection processed through tripsTM over the past four years, from GH¢3 billion that was recorded in 2014 to almost GH¢9 billion in 2015 and to almost GH¢12 billion in 2016.

The increase in tax collection through tripsTM has been achieved with the further deployment of more than 45 new offices by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in 2017, bringing the total number of Live Offices now using tripsTM to 59.

The tripsTM is a software for tax administration under the e-Government project, headed by the Ministry of Communication under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance.

The tripsTM seeks to streamline and bring transparency to the business operations of the GRA Domestic Tax Revenue Division (DTRD).

The highest monthly collection of GH¢2.6 billion was recorded in December 2017, followed by the second highest of GH¢1.7 billion in Sept 2017.

During the same period in 2016, GH¢1.5 billion and GH¢1.1 were mobilised respectively.

Data available also indicates that monthly collection was over the GH¢1 billion threshold in 10 months of the year, with February and May being slightly lower.

The operationalisation of 59 out of 69 tax offices represents a nationwide presence, which has facilitated enhanced coverage in terms of the tax net, enabling greater revenue mobilisation.

The nationwide roll-out is a landmark achievement for the GRA and the country, marking the first time that Ghana has had a nationwide computerised tax system.

The expanded roll out of tripsTM across all offices of the Domestic Tax Revenue Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority nationwide will enhance revenue mobilisation efforts in 2018, helping to meet national development needs.

The deployment of tripsTM is part of the bigger e-Government solution developed and deployed concurrently for the Ghana Revenue Authority and the Registrar-General’s Department in 2011 by Ghana Community Network Services Limited (GCNet), with a self-service portal that provides online services to Citizens.

The system supports a full range of tax administration functions, including Registration, Returns Processing, Automated Compliance, Collections, Taxpayer Accounting, Revenue Accounting, Refunds, Risk Management, Case Management, Audit, Objections and Appeals.

 

Source: myjoyonline

Cedi depreciates 3.4% to dollar in 2017

The cedi’s losing streak against major trading currencies continues on the foreign exchange market.

Even though there is an indication of a marginal improvement in the cedi’s performance, the currency is still struggling to stabilize against major ones.

According to the Bank of Ghana, between May and December 2017, the cedi depreciated by 3.4 percent to the dollar on the average.

When compared to the British Pound and the Euro, the cedi depreciated by 9 and 11 percent on the average, respectively.

However the report further shows that the highest depreciation for all the three major international currencies were recorded in November and December 2017.

This development some currency analysts have attributed to the relative rise in imports to meet demand during the festive season.

Meanwhile, the Economist Intelligence Unit early this year predicted that the cedi could be trading to 6 cedis to a dollar by 2022.

The EIU cited political uncertainties associated with Ghana’s 2020 general elections as basis for the prediction.

But currency analysts have expressed mixed reactions to this claim.

For Economic Analyst with GN Research, Emmanuel Zewu, this prediction is possible.

His basis are that the relative stability of the cedi have least been backed by strong sustainable policies.

“We need to ask ourselves what has accounted for this improvement, is it because the economic fundamentals are improving or we are managing the situation temporarily. We should look at the bonds that have been issued as well as the Bank of Ghana’s decision to release some dollars into the system especially in the early stages of the year. All these things should have accounted for the marginal improvement that we have seen last year,” he argued.

But the General Manager for Treasury at HFC Bank, Joseph Nketsia disagrees with the projection by the EIU.

Though he admits to the cedi’s seasonal depreciation, he believes the move may least hit the 6 cedis mark.

“We know with the oil exploration, our foreign exchange resources are likely to increase considerably. It is true that on a year on year basis the cedi depreciates but I don’t think that the cedi will depreciate to 6 cedis to a dollar by 2020.”

A year on year comparison with the cedi’s performance on Wednesday – January 24, 2018 shows that the cedi depreciated by 4 percent to the dollar.

Similarly, it has depreciated by 17 percent and 19 percent to the British Pound and Euro respectively.

By: Pius Amihere Eduku/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana

Aviation Minister bares teeth at British Airways over bed bugs attack

The Aviation Minister Cecelia Dapaah has cautioned British Airways to improve their services to Ghana or they will be sanctioned.

She is alarmed at the reports of bed bugs in some of the British Airways flight which has become a great source of worry to some Ghanaian passengers.

Cecelia Dapaah demanded an explanation and a reassurance from the airline that such an incident will never happen again.

“From your own staff to walk away from it because they felt threatened by the bed bugs is not good enough,” she told the airline officials at a meeting Thursday, reports Sheila Tamakloe.

The Minister’s angry reaction follows reports by The Sun that a British Airways flight bound to Accra was grounded at London’s Heathrow Airport for four hours after bed bugs were found crawling on the seats.

The cabin crew had walked out minutes before the scheduled take-off when they discovered the infestation, on Sunday.

A replacement plane was found and passengers were able to continue their journey only some four hours later.

On Thursday, the airline issued a release explaining that “the presence of bed bugs is an issue faced occasionally by hotels and airlines all over the world.

“British Airways operates more than 280,000 flights on 280 routes every year, and reports of bed bugs on board are extremely rare. Nevertheless, we are vigilant and continually monitor our aircraft.

“The comfort of our customers is a top priority and a specialist team took immediate steps to resolve this issue.”

This, Mrs Dapaah, said is unacceptable and very disheartening that the airline which has enjoyed a monopoly of a direct flight from Accra to London over the years will subject Ghanaians to such a treatment.

She said Ghanaians have also been complaining about being moved from Terminal 5 to Terminal 3 at Heathrow which is frustrating for them.

“Again, I’ve had figures and I don’t know why we pay so much for our direct flight vis-à-vis our Nigerian neighbours,” the Minister said.

Nigerians pay around £900 from Heathrow to Lagos, their Ghanaian counterparts pay around £1300.

Regarding luggage allowance, Madam Dapaah said she has received complaints that Nigerians were favoured with more space than Ghanaians.

 

Source: myjoyonline

Industry grew by 17.7% in 2017 as against -0.5% in 2016 – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo says a new paradigm of economic development of insisting on value-addition industrial activities within a conducive and business-friendly environment, can make headway.

He said it is common knowledge that, in recent years, industry has not done well, as the growth rate in industry slumped to -0.5% in 2016, as opposed to a growth rate of 15.1%, at the end of 2008.

However, the President stated that “as a result of the normalisation of the power situation in the country, and the implementation of government’s pro-business policies, I believe our objective of shifting the focus of our economy from taxation to production is bearing fruit.

“In 2017, industry grew at 17.7%, a radically marked improvement on its abysmal 2016 performance in the last year of the Mahama administration.”

President Akufo-Addo made this known on Saturday when he commissioned the Twyford Ceramics Factory, at Shama, in the Western Region.

The President acknowledged that unless the country industrialises with the goal of adding value to our primary products, “we cannot create the necessary numbers of high-paying jobs that will enhance the living standards of the mass of our people.

“Raw material producing economies do not create prosperity for the masses. The way to ensuring access to prosperity is the industrial development of our economy.”

It is for this reason that the President congratulated the Chairperson, Board of Directors and Management of Sunda International for the decision to establish the factory in Shama.

The factory, he was confident, will not only reduce the country’s ceramic tiles import bill, and thus saving the country considerable sums of foreign exchange, but will also serve as a source of employment for many young men and women, resident in Shama.

“I am also happy to note that 95% percent of the factory’s raw material needs will be sourced locally. The promoters of this project should work towards increasing this figure to a 100% percent,” the President added.

Industrial Development Tariff

In furtherance of government’s commitment to improve the business environment, the President revealed that Ghana National Gas Company Limited (Ghana Gas) has responded favourably to the request of Twyford Ceramics Limited for a reduction of the price per unit gas supply to the company, and, indeed, to industries across the country.

“Through the new Industrial Development Tariff, authorised by the Minister for Energy, a new rate of $6.50 per Million British Thermal Units (MMBtu) has been approved for industry, as against the previous rate of US$8.84 per Million British Thermal Units (MMBtu). Ghana Gas notified the company of this in its letter dated November 22, 2017,” the President noted.

This Government, he said, “is determined to enhance the competitiveness of Ghanaian industries.”

President Akufo-Addo assured the partners of the project that, under his watch, Ghana will be a great place to do business.

“The experienced Minister for Trade and Industry will work with you to address any challenges that may arise, but, if, indeed, it becomes necessary, which I hope it will not, to go higher up the chain of authority.

“I want you to know that my doors will always be open. I do, on the other hand, insist that, on your part, you play according to the rules and regulations of the sector and the laws of the country as a whole,” he said.

The President wished all stakeholders in the project great success, adding that “we are on the threshold of something remarkable in Ghana, and I am pleased to have those involved in the Twyford Ceramics Factory as partners in our country’s exciting, new journey.”

 

Source: myjoyonline

Standard weights to be enforced ‘in the next two years’ – Prof Dodoo

Chief Executive of the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) is pushing a bold initiative to enforce the use of weights and measures in local transactions.

Professor Alex Dodoo said there will be an extensive and thorough public education on the new system soon to do away with any opposition that may arise due to misconception.

Apart from top supermarkets in the country, the sale of food items, cereals especially, are measured by an empty tin or a plastic container (the ‘olonka’) at many local markets.

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“The use weights and measures modernises trade. Can we do it? Yes,“ Prof Dodoo said on current affairs programme PM Express on the Joy News channel (MultiTV) Thursday.

The discussion on the programme focused on the role standardisation in national development.

Related: Farmers call for enforcement on implementation of accepted weights and measures

Prof Dodoo PM Express

Prof Dodoo said without standardisation, Ghana’s development efforts will be greatly impeded.

“Our farmers are cheated due to the absence of weights and measures in our business. If we start using weights as measurements if you are sending someone to buy you kenkey, you don’t worry,” he said.

He adds that as the government hopes to create a made-in-Ghana portal, there is the need to make transactions at all levels of business consistent with accepted international standards.

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Asked by show host, Nana Ansah Kwao IV, when the use of weights will be fully enforced, he said answered, “In the next year or two.”

“The laws of Ghana are clear; you cannot do trade without all that. Products must have that. We will not disrupt trade or business but we will have to find a way of making the market women believe that it is in their interest as well as ours” he said.

He said the benefits of the use of weights as measures are enormous, citing job creation a credible advantage.

Get more from the discussion in the video link below.

 

Source: myjoyonline

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