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John Evans Atta Mills

Date of Birth: 21/07/1944
Place of Birth: Tarkwa, Western Region
Died: 24/07/2012


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Burning passions

He was released following a statement of concern from President John Atta Mills and increasing criticism from the opposition parties in Parliament...


Acting President Jonathan sets out his plans

Ghana, which is the first port of call of exiled Nigerians in times of political turmoil, breathed a sigh of relief and its President John Atta Mills wants to discuss a raft of bilateral issues such as Abuja’s unfulfilled pledge to send some of its gas along the West African pipeline to Accra...


Opening time at Osu Castle

Sporting a sharply-pressed black and white dashiki, President John Evans Atta Mills welcomed journalists into the well-guarded grounds of the Castle in Osu, Accra, on 7 January...


A consensual affair

The stratospheric figures – all in billions of dollars – emerging from President John Atta Mills’s grand tour of Asia last month suggest the love affair between Accra and Asia’s biggest economies is entirely consensual...


The cost of Ghana’s Asian Alliance

The combined South Korean, Japanese and Chinese deals, if fully disbursed, will bring the borrowing of President John Atta Mills’s government to almost $30 bn...


Lining up for Jubilee

President John Evans Atta Mills, his government and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation are entertaining offers for cooperation and a stake in the Jubilee oil field from all over Asia...


Scepticism grows over STX houses

For the NPP, the STX deal has become a critical test of the anti-corruption credentials of President John Atta Mills's government and the governing National Democratic Congress...


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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)...


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