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Decomposing body of a pregnant woman found at Kumasi Parks and Gardens

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Decomposing body of a pregnant woman found at Kumasi

The decomposed body of a pregnant woman has been found in a bush near Kumasi Parks and Gardens office at the Nhyiaeso within the Kumasi Metropolis of the Ashanti Region.

City authorities reportedly discovered the body on Thursday morning when a man who went to the scene to ease himself was greeted with the pungent smell in view of its state.

The deceased is yet to be identified due to the condition of her body.

An eyewitness speaking in an interview with Pure FM’s Osei Kwadwo said they suspect foul play and believe she was murdered and dumped at the area.

Police have visited the scene but they left without touching the body.

“The scent from the bush was bad since Tuesday but we never thought it was decomposing body of pregnant woman. All those who came to the scene couldn’t control their tears. We believe she has been in the bush not less than 2 weeks”, a resident revealed.

The traders and workers around Kumasi Parks and Gardens have complained bitterly about insecurity in the area.

The Suntreso Police who came to the scene are yet to convey the body for preservation and subsequent autopsy to determine the actual cause of death.

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Latest Price List of GHACEM Cement in the Ghanaian Market

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Latest Price List of GHACEM Cement

Latest Price List of GHACEM Cement in the Ghanaian Market

As prices of virtually everything keeps going up, home builders and other construction stakeholders are more concerned about the increaing prices of building materials especial cement which is the major requirement in every construction work.

It’s obvious globally that the nemesis of nations at the moment is COVID-19 and its ripple effects. Greater economies are on their knees, whiles others beg for capital resuscitation from the global bankrollers.

Ghacem cement

Three types of GHACEM cement

Accramail.com’s business unit took upon themselves to survey the current prices of the various cement products of the major producer in Ghana, Ghacem. A check from their marketing department revealed that Ghacem cement is being sold between GHC40 and GHC 44 depending on the strength type.

Meanwhile, Dzata Cement, an upcoming competitor in the cement ecosystem has refuted the GHC30 price claim making trends online.

The table below shows the exact price quotes from Ghacem’s price sheet for Tema and Takoradi. Not forgetting that once the cement leaves the production hubs that’s either Tema or Takoradi, the stated prices change due to the addition of transportation and other handling charges. So a bag of cement that sells at GHC44 in Tema, may sell at GHC50 in  Sunyani or Kumasi.

Price list of GHACEM as at April 9, 2021

PRODUCTS Tema Price Takoradi Price
Price per 50Kg bag (Ghacem Super Rapid 32.5R) 42.237 41.937
Price per 50Kg bag (Ghacem Super Strong 42.5R) 43.501 43.198
Price per 50Kg bag (Ghacem Extra 42.5N) 44.455 44.074
Price per 50kg bag (Ghacem Super Cool 32.5N) 40.222
Bulk per ton (Ghacem Super Rapid 32.5R)Bulk per ton (Ghacem Super Rapid 32.5R)Bulk Per ton (Ghacem Extra 42.5N) 909.596 909.596
Bulk per ton (Ghacem Super Rapid 32.5R) 865.401 861.621
Bulk per ton (Ghacem Super Strong 42.5R) 872.489 872.489
All prices are in cedis and includes VAT (12.5%), 5% NHIL & GETFL, 1% COVID-19 Recov. Levy

Source: Accramail.com

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Dzata Cement reacts to the GHC30 price trending online

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Dzata Cement reacts to the GHC30 price trending online

The price of the new locally owned and produced Dzata cement which is yet to hit the market was wildly trending online with the claims that a bag of the cement was going for GHC30 against the growing prices of the other cement brands in the market. Ghacem for instance is selling between GHC40 and GHC 44 at factory price and almost GHC50 at retail price.

The management of Dzata Cement Limited has however released a press statement cautioning Ghanaians of the trending price claim of their cement in the market. The statement reads;

“The management of Dzata Cement Ltd will like to inform the general public that the company has not come out with any prices with regards to its products.

The public is advised to disregard any such information circulating on various media platforms. Management will apprise the public of all such relevant information as we commence commercial production in due course”.

Dzata Cement reacts to the GHC30 price trending online

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Oyarifa Shopping Mall – Owners, Location and Contact details

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Oyarifa Shopping Mall – Owners, Location, and Contact details

Oyarifa Shopping Mall is the first ultra-modern retail and lifestyle shopping center located within the suburb of Accra city. The shopping mall is located within Oyarifa, a town in the La-Nkwatanang district of Greater Accra.

The mall is one the latest to be constructed in the country and it was strategically positioned at the location to serve the many residential estates in the area including Ubuntu Estates, Rehoboth Properties, Fiore Village, Kuottam Estates, Ashesi University, and Ayi Mensah Park which is located directly across from The Oyarifa Mall.

Oyarifa Shopping Mall

The mall features a grocery store, restaurants, cafes, and quick-service food concepts in the food court while the lifestyle area has retailers featuring fashion, home goods, pharmacy, forex, furniture, unisex adults and kids salon, and children’s play area providing customers with a strong variety of African and premium brands making it a premier destination.

Oyarifa Shopping Mall

Oyarifa Mall’s luxury design, stone and glass facade, and rooftop accented with natural light and greenery reflect the modern architecture and upwardly mobile sensibilities of the fast-growing community of families and young professionals.

Owners of Oyarifa Shopping Mall

The shopping center was developed by Oyarifa Mall Development Company Limited, a family run business, owned and operated by Peter and Nana Ama Akosa Osei

The mall is currently being managed by Flamingo Realty GH. For inquiries, contact [email protected] or [email protected] or phone 030 291 9030

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