Sekondi-Takoradi


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Se•kon•di-Ta•ko•ra•di

(ˌsɛk ənˈdiˌtɑ kəˈrɑ di)

n.
a seaport in SW Ghana. 93,400.
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Mr Benjamin Nii Kpani, Deputy Chief Executive of the Sekondi-Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said diversifying business strategies was key in the competitive business environment.
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Passengers on Emirates' network can now benefit from greater connectivity to West Africa, especially those travelling from popular inbound markets such as Dubai, China, India and Australia who can now connect from Accra onto AWA flights to Kumasi, Tamale and Sekondi-Takoradi in Ghana; and regional destinations Monrovia in Liberia and Freetown in Sierra Leone.
M Sekondi-Takoradi ore than 100 years ago British colonialists constructed the first railway lines in Ghana.
This paper examines the extent of awareness among residents of Accra (AMA) and Sekondi-Takoradi (STMA) Metropolitan Areas of Ghana regarding land use, land cover change, and climate variability and how these phenomena could be linked to the prevalence of certain disease vectors such as mosquitoes in the cities.
The community nutrition and health screening/education exercises occurred in Sekondi-Takoradi, capital city of the Western Region and Cape Coast, capital city of the Central Region of Ghana.
The sewer systems are at Tema and some parts of Accra, Kumasi and Sekondi-Takoradi. A greater part of consumers use underground tanks such as septic tanks.
One of Africa's up and coming markets is the Western Regional capital of Sekondi-Takoradi in Ghana.
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The novel is cast in the railway hub of Ghana's Sekondi-Takoradi and told from the perspective of a railwayman critically observing social change in the city, his country, and his continent over time.
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