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Gender Equality: A one sided ‘Tug of War’

The fight for gender equality has long been overstretched and often been skewed towards one gender in recent times. The quest to have an egalitarian society has often been misunderstood in recent times to rather mean the upliftment of the status of women only. Women empowerment and Feminism feminism seem …

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Tribalism: The Unknown Enemy We Live With

Tribalism: The Unknown Enemy We Live With     More often than not, people perceive corruption or graft as the main problem bedevilling the developing world in recent times. This perception is not far from right as the looting of public purse is a common phenomenon. However, there is another …

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A change of government can barely culminate in a significant transfiguration of the development of a country and the lives of individuals

A change of government can barely culminate in a significant transfiguration of the development of a country and the lives of individuals‎, if the citizens fail to put up corresponding positively changed characters and attitudes. The government is only present to exercise its executive and legislative authority in ensuring a …

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SCHOOL; A PLACE FOR POVERTY OR SUCCESS

A school is a modern English word derived from the Latin word ‘ Scholo’ which means a break from work or leisure dedicated to learning and also a place for intellectuals to gather and discuss issues and other similar concept. Over the years, school has become an important institution in …

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Pay close attention to Vocational and Technical skills – President of Unilime Foundation urges the Youth

The National President of Unilime Foundation, a Non – Governmental Organization with earnest commitment to humanitarian activities, Mr. Dennis Agyei Boateng, has advised the youth of Boso, a suburb in the Asuogyaman constituency in the Eastern Region, to consider Vocational and Technical skills the exclusive means of bettering their lives …

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An NGO Donate Machines and Tools to 15 Less Privileged to enhance their Vocational and Technical Training

The Member of Parliament (MP) of Asuoagyaman Constitutency, Hon. Thomas Ampem Nyarko in partnership with Unilime Foundation has presented 15 machines and tools to beneficiaries of Vocational, Technical and Technological (VOCTECH) Project to enhance their training. This, was in fulfilment of a promise he made in June this year during …

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Investigate Church Members Who offer Huge Tithes and Offerings- Rev. Barrigah

The General Secretary of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Rev. Emmanuel Teimah Barrigah has urged Christian leaders to conduct background checks on church members who pay huge tithes and offerings as a way to fight corruption in the country. According to him, Christians make up 70 per cent of …

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Express gratification to God, despite your predicaments- Rev. Jacob Botchway urged Christians

The Head Pastor of Lifeline Assemblies of God, Rev. Jacob Botchway has advised fellow Christians to express their gratitude to God, despite the predicaments they face in life. This, he explained, is an absolute remedy to anxiety, thus, combating the diverse negative effects associated with anxiety on individuals’ spiritual and …

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Take No Delight in your Wards’ Relationships- Deeper Life Head urged Parents

The National Overseer of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor Edward Duodu, has urged parents not to be happy their daughters are in relationships if the sole purpose is to bring them money. He said, these things cannot buy their daughter but rather they should always allow the fear of God …

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THE STRANGENESS OF GHANAIANS, THEIR TOLERANCE -MISS MIZUKI OMURA

After spending my first two weeks in Ghana, specifically Boso, what I was deeply impressed with was the tolerance of the Ghanaian people. One thing that totally exceeded my expectations was how people around me always make me feel welcomed, relaxed, satisfied, and bottled up with emotions. I would like …

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