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Tell me About 59 Years Old Ghana

“Our independence is meaningless unless it is linked to the total liberation of Africa” -Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first President. It is a good thing to be independent, if you ask me. It is not by mere coincidence that a country gains total control of its own affairs at an …

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MAKE THE HOME A HAVEN FOR CHILDREN

As the saying goes, “Charity begins at home”, so does the child from a good home have the likelihood of greater opportunities in life. The home or family is the first point of socialization of the child. The better he or she is treated at home, the happier and easier …

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KEEPING A NATION CLEAN

It is no more news that our beloved nation Ghana has been adjudged one of the most filthy nations in the whole of Africa. It is mostly in the densely populated areas in the country that poses the problem of pollution that we face presently. Singapore, one of the cleanest …

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FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A “GHANABA”

The year 2013 began with a lot of misconceptions and fear about the unlucky number 13. Though much went on, a lot seem unachieved. Various drama unfolded, lives gained and some lost, heads of states and leaders died and some assigned into power. Indeed, there were many events that were …

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Strike Actions In Ghana

                                    Today in Ghana, most government workers, I must say, are too money conscious. True, hardwork needs to be rewarded but in the case where workers expect huge rewards for every work they do, there will be clashes. Strikes are indeed one way by which workers, mostly in the government …

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LET THE GUNS LIE

Dedicated to Ghana my peaceful homeland: On the 6thof March 1957, Dr Kwame Nkrumah was very optimistic in the impending freedom and peace of this beloved nation when he declared,  ”At long last, the battle has ended! And thus, Ghana your beloved country is free forever.” What then can become …

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