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Ghana

John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills

Date of Birth: 21 July 1944
Place of Birth: Tarkwa, Western Region
Died: 24 July 2012


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Naruhito

During his trip to Ghana on 7-10 March Naruhito visited President John Atta Mills...


China's positioning in the Kosmos

With the signing of the CDB agreement and the 20 September deal for cooperation between CNOOC and GNPC Chinese companies have an obvious leg-up although some in President John Atta Mills's administration are warning about giving China too great a foothold in the nascent oil and gas industry...


The oil obstacles

5% equity stake in its Ghana operations to EO Group closely linked to former President John Agyekum Kufuor which has been harshly criticised by President John Atta Mills's government and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC)...


Corruption claims and rows tarnish Accra's record

With the resignation on 9 October of two ministers in the wake of the Mabey & Johnson scandal ­ Health Minister George Sipa-Adjah Yankey and Seidu Amadu a Minister of State at the Presidency ­ John Atta Mills's government has lost three ministers to corruption claims in its first nine months in office...


A new economic team emerges

For his Council of Economic Advisors President John Atta Mills has picked a team with wide experience of Western financial and academic institutions...


Obama's akwaaba moment

This history made it essential that Obama visit the slave fort at Cape Coast the city which is also home to President John Atta Mills's political base...


Ghana's DC dividend

The future of Ghana's aluminium plans is a costly problem for President John Atta Mills's government which must be hoping that one of the companies in Obama's entourage will step into the breach...


The Mills grind slowly

They all held senior positions during Flight Lieutenant (Retired) Rawlings's 1981-2001 military-cum-civilian government in which John Atta Mills served as Vice-President; PV Obeng was effectively Prime Minister (until he resigned over corruption allegations in 1996); Tsikata ran security (until he was forced out in a squabble over control of the party); and Kwamena Ahwoi was Local Government Minister...


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