What Does the Ghana News Agency Has to Say?
The Ghana News Agency (GHNA) is the sole official news agency of this country. It has the duty to provide regular updates to the public on the events and happenings that transpire in Ghana throughout the year. It has been in existence since the mid nineteen seventies when it was founded by Dr. Joseph Meco. He was the Minister of Finance and International Trade in the government of the time.
Ghana is one of ten states of Africa, which belong to West Africa. This region, which consists of various countries like Guinea, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Benin, Burkina Faso, Togo and Gambia, is a melting pot of different peoples. They have a lot of, which is why they tend to speak a number of languages, which are mutually unintelligible. It is because of this, that communication between people in these areas is often very slow, but the Ghana News Agency has taken note of this and tried to keep things in order. It also provides regular updates to the general public on the political affairs of this country as well as on other matters such as health care.
For all its efforts to the Ghana News Agency does not receive a lot of publicity. In fact, it is the government that controls the distribution of this information and it is up to them to determine how much information about their country they want to give out. In fact, the government only gives out very limited information, as much as they can get away with. It is because of this that the Ghana News Agency is extremely careful about what information it releases. If for example, the government wants the people to know that there was a murder in a certain area, they only release a small amount of information on that particular event. It is a delicate balance between being too much and too little. In fact, some of the information that is given out is classified as private information and it must be obtained from an official source in the government of this country before it can be released to the public.