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Vol 43 No 15

Published 26th July 2002


I'm Sam, fly me

Many African airlines have boomed since Air Afrique collapsed, but not Ghana Airways

Sam Jonah resigned as Chairman of Ghana Airways on 2 July after the cabinet failed to approve his preferred rescue plan for the airline and the removal of the Chairman of the Management Task Force, Kofi Kwakwa, a friend of President John Kufuor's younger brother, George. Taking over in early 2001, Jonah had to be seen to abandon the strategy followed by former Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel Quartey, who was appointed under President Jerry Rawlings.

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