- The USA is funding a study for Ghana’s airport
- This study will aid in the building of an aircraft repairs center at Kotoka
- Total cost of the study is $ 1.5 million
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The U.S. Trade and Development Agency has announced a 1.5 million dollar grant funding for a feasibility study to support the development of a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility at the Kotoka International Airport in Ghana.
The U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan presided over the ceremony and was joined by members of the government of Ghana, grantee representatives from the Ghanaian company, Aerojet Aviation Ltd U.S. Company Alton Aviation Consultancy as well as industry leaders.
The feasibility study is a critical foundation before implementation of the project which would establish the first full-service MRO facility in West Africa.
No matter how minor or complicated the repair, airlines must repair their aircraft at a certified MRO in order for the aircraft to return to service. In addition, scheduled preventive maintenance must be completed by a certified MRO facility on every aircraft in active service.
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Some students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology are injured following some misunderstanding between Unity and University Halls early Sunday morning.
School properties within the Great Hall were destroyed by the students. The incident is believed to have started due to disagreement over vetting for Student Representative Council aspirants.
A student who forms part of the management council of Kantanka Hall explained how serious the situation went with the looting of school property.
“Wthe ‘Katangees’ arrived, there was some sort of confusion between them and the Continentals. One gentleman believed to be part of the management team of an aspirant from Conti was preventing the ‘Katangees’ from entering the Hall. This caused the first chaos between the two sides,” He explained.
Meanwhile, security has been deployed to campus as calm is said to have been restored.
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