Ghana becomes the second African country to own a satellite dish

All is set for Ghana to launch a satellite dish that would enable scientists from around the world to view and study the world space from within the country at Kuntunse, near Accra.

The launch of the first phase of the conversion of a telecom dish into a satellite dish on Thursday, August 24, by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo would make Ghana the second country in Africa to own a satellite dish after South Africa.

The new project would help advance space studies and exploration in the country.

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