Pulse News On The Go [18th Nov 2015]

Here the news highlights of the day

 

Controversial Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe has hit hard at President Mahama following his decision to sympathize with the French over recent attacks which killed hundreds of people. A report by howafrica.com indicated that Mr. Mugabe described President's Mahama's latest move as a 'disgrace' to Africa. “I want that man to first address his own problems before extending hands. Or is it one of his usual means of deceiving the ignorant whites for loans which he never uses to build anything for his people but spend on himself and sympathizers.” He said.

Suspended chairman of the New Patriotic Party Paul Afoko has explained his decision to go to court after his suspension. Addressing the press today Mr. Afoko said his move to seek legal redress is to protect every member of the party. MEANWHILE Action chairman of the party Freddy Blay addressing the press today also said he is enjoying his new position. “I am sitting here as acting chairman of the party; that question will not be fair to me because, of course, I am enjoying the limelight sitting before you. He said

The Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) has offered a five year tax holiday for new, wholly-owned Ghanaian agro-processing companies which use only local agricultural inputs as their raw material base. The move, which comes with a package of a minimum foreign capital needed for companies' registration under the GIPC Act, is part of a grand scheme to allow starter businesses enjoy free incentives and tax rebates to ensure their survival and viability.

Floyd Mayweather has bought his 16 year old son Koron, a Mercedes C Class Coupe for his birthday. The former pound for pound king who retired this year with a shut out win over Andre Berto revealed his extravagant gift for his son via his instagram account.

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