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ACCRA, June 28 (Reuters) - Ghana's government has asked the International Monetary Fund to push back the end date of a $918 million aid programme from April 2018 to December 2018, a government source and an IMF source told Reuters on Wednesday.
"Ghanaian authorities released a memorandum of economic and financial policies to the IMF this week. It included a letter of intent requesting an extension of the Fund programme to December 2018," one of the sources said. (Reporting by Matthew Mpoke Bigg,; Editing by Emma Farge and Ed Osmond)