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July, 2018

  • 5 July

    What If Your Dreams Never Come True?

    Heck! Who dreads this question like I do? Well, sometimes you need to ask yourself the hard questions in order to get prepared when they come. I have gotten to the point in my life where nothing comes as a surprise to me because I know that sometimes you lose. …

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June, 2018

  • 11 June

    Youth in Tourism Conference 2018 Highlights

    It was a bright Saturday which paved way for a smooth event at the plush Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra. There were dignitaries and beauty queens to grace the occasion. They include Miss Tourism World, Miss Tourism World Africa, Miss Tourism Nigeria, Zimbabwean Chairperson for the occasion, Lecturers from New …

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  • 1 June

    Travel Muse: From Akosombo To Takoradi

    Green. Green. Green. That’s all that met my eyes on my journey to both locations. The journey was not something I had made my mind on but I knew I needed break from Accra. I had a limited amount of money too. Lesson 1: You can travel on a low …

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May, 2018

  • 10 May

    How I Managed To Survive Twenty Something Years of Living With Single Parents

    Growing up is fun but it can be stressful along the line. I have had my fair share of having to grow into a tough adult but not without some kind of drama, you know?Mine has being an amazingly exciting stay from one single parent to the other. And looking …

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  • 4 May

    Diary Of A Confused Lover

    Ours could have been love but you taught me otherwise… We have had many fun times together and I really enjoy being around you. You are like the person for my soul. Soul mate. Yes, that’s what they call it. You text me the how-are-yous and I melt at each …

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April, 2018

  • 24 April

    Complete Student Project Is Raising GHC52,000 For Students In the Ada West District

    The Complete Student Project is led by Kaaba Yahaya and Leticia Hadze, both service personnels in the Ada West District. This project is being done in collaboration with IHAV Foundation to support school children in the District. They noticed that school children in the villages don’t look like students. Some …

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  • 16 April

    Where Do Conflicts Arise From?

    Yesterday in my Media and Conflict class I was struck by something. And that is how war and conflict start at the slightest stroke of provocation. Humans can change in a bit when found in uncomfortable situations. You just have to be extra careful on how far you go with …

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  • 5 April

    Bursting With Ideas? Here’s What To Do.

    We all have ideas and are willing to see them turned into fruition but do not know how to go about it. We must first of all see ideas as babies and be ready to nurture them to grow. I have over the past few years figured out how to …

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  • 3 April

    A Tribute: The Winnie In My Heart

    “The years of imprisonment hardened me… I no longer have the emotion of fear… There is no longer anything I can fear. There is nothing the government has not done to me. There isn’t any pain I haven’t known.” -Winnie Mandela I knew her not, neither did I ever meet …

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March, 2018

  • 23 March

    Class FM Holds Maiden Youth Forum At GIJ

    The Class 93.1 FM crew was at the Ghana Institute of Journalism on Thursday, 22nd March, to engage students on discussions around the Ghana Beyond Aid brouhaha. The event saw many third and final year students gathered to talk on the theme, “Ghana Beyond Aid: Pipe Dream or Palpable Reality?”. …

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