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Samsung Releases Its Latest Smartphone(Galaxy Xcover5)- Check Details

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Samsung Electronics, founded in 1969 as Samsung Electric Industries, Suwon, now makes everything from television to semi-conductive systems in South Korea. The first smartphone of Android was released in 2009; in 2010, the first Android tablet could be credited with being launched.

The firm is one of the world’s largest mobile players. Recently Tizen OS has created smartphones, as an alternative to Android smartphones. The Galaxy Xcover 5 is Samsung’s newest smartphone launch. On 4 March 2021, the smartphone was unveiled (expected). A 5,30-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 720 pixels per 1480 pixels is supported on the tablet.

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The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 comes with a 4GB RAM processor powered by an octa-core Samsung Exynos 850. 64GB of internally stored phone The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 packages a 16-megapixel (f/1.8) main camera on the back and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies as far as the cameras are concerned.

The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 is powered by an Android 11 battery, which can be removed from a 3000mAh. It measures 147.10 x 71.60 x 9,20 x x x x thickness.

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A dual SIM slide phone accepts the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5. Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, and USB Type-C are all connectivity options. Phone sensors are Face Unlock, Magnetometer Compass, Nearness Sensor, Accelerometer, Environment Light Sensor and Gyroscope.

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Ghanaians Berate Bank Of Ghana After Announcement Of New GH¢1 Coin With Security Upgrades

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The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has announced an upgrade to the GH¢1 coin with some enhanced security features.

“The upgraded GH¢1 coin is bi-metallic with an outer gold and inner silver. The coin has a pronounced rough edge and incorporates a latent image, which appears in a rectangular form below the Scale of Justice at the back,” parts of a statement issued by the BoG read.

Ordinary, this announcement should be welcomed news to Ghanaians because it will help prevent fraud and help ensure that the country’s currency is secured.

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But Ghanaians on social media are not taking the announcement of the new GH¢1 coin, which will be in circulation from Monday, December 12, 2022, well.

Some Tweeps have been questioning the time of the move by the BoG and the amount it might have cost the country, given the current economic hardships.

“Useless people, how much will this cost us huh? as for Nana Addo the least said about him the better,” one Twitter user wrote.

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Some also said that the BOG should focus on stabilising the value of the Ghana cedi rather than issuing new currencies.

“Under Akufo Addo our currency has depreciated badly n he has introduced new denominations new features on our currency n wiping out some…what development paaa will this bring to the nation, of what benefit is this…Total waste,” another Ghanaian wrote.

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Government Might Have Over-Borrowed – John Kumah Admits

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The Deputy Finance Minister, Dr John Kumah, has conceded that government might have over-borrowed in its quest to transform the economic fortunes of the country.

According to him, it is not wrong for a nation to accrue debt in its developmental journey, however, borrowing must be done judiciously.

When asked on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show to give an example of a flawed initiative of the government, Dr Kumah said, “Maybe the levels of borrowing have been too much and that could be one of the areas.”

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“Maybe we should have looked at more alternatives at financing our various programmes but of course, every nation is built on debt, it is what you do with it and what happens [that matters],” he said on Monday.

In government’s defence, the Deputy Finance Minister said the borrowing was done in the interest of Ghana until Covid-19 sent all plans downhill.

“I know we are where we are because, if you borrowed in 2017, 2018 and 2019, $3 billion of investment each year and you were expecting the returns after 2020 and Covid-19 struck, and brought your economy to almost zero, it means that you are already in a very difficult situation.

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“So this is the reality of what happened, it’s not like we borrowed and did things that didn’t benefit the country,” he said on Wednesday.

Ghana is currently experiencing a debt distress. This has forced the country to launch a Domestic Debt Exchange programme as a solution to the current economic woes, while it pursues a lifeline support from the IMF.



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Commitment to Building Modern Railway Infrastructure Unwavering- President Akufo-Addo

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President Akufo-Addo has stated that his administration’s commitment to building modern railway infrastructure across the length and breath of the country is unwavering and it remains a top priority of his administration.

He gave this assurance on Tuesday 6 December 2022, when he addressed the Chief, Elders and people of Afienya in the Greater Accra Region at the commissioning ceremony of the 900 meters road over bridge constructed as part of the construction of the Tema to Mpakadan railway line.

The Tema to Mpakadan railway line is a 97 km line which is the first section of the Ghana- Burkina Faso interconnectivity railway project.

“I want to reaffirm my commitment and determination to provide an enabling environment and support for the development of a modern r system that will not only benefit the current generation but also generations yet unborn.

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“I would like to put on record that in the last five years of my administration, more construction activity in the railway sector has gone on than in any period since independence” President Akufo-Addo said.

“We have laid a solid foundation which will receive an even greater impetuous by the end of my tenure in 2025. My commitment to the development of a new modern standard railway network is unwavering” Akufo-Addo added.

Project completion timelines

In his address, President Akufo-Addo, noted that before attending the commissioning ceremony, he stopped over to inspect work on one of eight stopping points being constructed as part of the 97km Tema Mpakadan railway line.

He noted that the project consultant has assured him that the project will be completed by the first quarter of 2023 (March 2023).

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“The project [Tema to Mpakadan railway line], will address the imbalance between transport routes for long distance transit and domestic freight movements from Accra-Tema Northwards and vise versa using the Volta lake transport system” President Akufo-Addo said.

“Not only will increase transit cargo volumes through the lake, but it will also expand domestic shipments to and from the lake and it will serve as a boost for agriculture enterprises within the environs of the lake” he added.

Poised to deliver

The Minister for Railway Development John Peter Amewu, in his brief statement noted that the Railways Ministry is poised to deliver railway infrastructure across the country for the use and benefit of the people of Ghana.

“This project is a clear witness of where the money government continues to borrow goes to.

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“Government on its own generation its own resources but as a result of infrastructure deficit, it is necessary for government to look beyond and that is why government continues to borrow.

“Most of the borrowing undertaking by this government are borrowing that goes into development as we are witnessing” Peter Amewu said.



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