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Floods in Accra: Talk Talk, No Show

Growing up in Accra was fun. I recall the days when children were excited about rainfall because we would get the chance to bath in the rains. After the rains, I was part of the squad who went out on a snail  hunting spree in search of some snails for …

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A Typical Wet Day In Ghana’s Capital City.

You know you are in Accra when clouds begin forming and winds start blowing with people running helter skelter, depicting signs of rainfall; unannounced rainfall mostly show up when everybody is busily going about their business. When last did you see the rains in Accra? It only happens consistently when …

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Will You Marry A Sex Worker?

Recently,  I watched a movie which got me wondering.  In the movie, a desperate guy wanted to get a wife. He combed through everywhere in search of the bone-of-his-bones but to no avail. In the end,  he decided to confide in his pastor and friend. He fasted and prayed according …

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Is Foreign Aid Good or Bad For Africa?: A Case Study of Economic Development of The Third World

According to Todaro(1992), Economic development is a multidimensional process involving the reorganization and reorientation of the entire economic and social systems. In addition to improvement in income and output; it typically involves radical changes in institutional, social, and administrative structures as well as in popular attitudes and in many cases …

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Are Women the Weaker Sex?

“The more women know about business, money and finance, the greater freedom they will enjoy and the more likely they will be to discover their own power.” – Robert T. Kiyosaki, International Bestseller of Rich Dad Poor Dad. We often hear stories of women whose husbands left them for another. …

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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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