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Enough of the Politics; Let’s us save Lives!

  When persuasion fails, force is applied. It is high time the youth of this country use force to demand their right if our leaders are failing to work. Sometimes, if you don’t demand your right, it would never be given to you. I commend both the police force and …

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Tasty Diabetic Friendly Recipes

●Honey Grapefruit With Banana      •This fruity dish is a perfect breakfast or dessert plate.     •Grapefruit ranks low on the gltcemic index and the dish uses mint,a “free food” to add flavour. Recipes:                ■You should be a diabetic though non-diabetics …

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Today’s motivation

 What are you saying to yourself today? Say in confidence; I’m blessed, I’m loved, I’m successful, I’m pardoned, I’m beautiful, I’m handsome, I’m bold, I’m courageous, I’m a winner, I’m victorious. Words are the seeds of our thoughts. Water the words in your thoughts with positive waters. Source: *Blossom Quotes*. …

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No Exercise Books for Pupils in Primary Four at Osunu Dompe Methodist School

As effort to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goal 4 which is “ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and the  promotion of lifelong learning opportunities for all”, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) is appealing to the public for learning materials and logistic to assist a deprived school. World Inspiring Network (WIN), …

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High School Drop Out Due to lack of School Uniforms, Foot wear at Samansuo D/A Primary School

Samansuo is a suburb in Sefwi Juaboso at the sub area of Bodi District in Akomtobra Constituency, Western Region which is a farming community. Sefwi is a cocoa growing community where most people believe the residents have money. In this situation, the story is different because, most parents there are …

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Ghanaians want value for Money; Authorities must sit up!

Until we change our minds and attitudes, things will never get right. We are in a country where authorities treat students like kids where their freedom is restricted while Employees treat employers like they are doing them a favour and customers are treated like rags; where after usage it is …

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Don’t be a Nurse if you are Scared of Blood- Ms. Nana Ama Konadu

Shalom Gallant Association (SGA), an old students Association of Shalom Preparatory School has organised career guidance seminar for some session of students to aid them choose their respective careers. The seminar which was organised for the Junior High School Three (3) and Two (2) was to empower and educate them …

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Creative  Arts Industry Cheated, No More Free Online Content – Kwame Baah

Mr. Bismark Baah is professionally known as Kwame Baah who is a Ghanaian Musician and a recording artist from Kumasi.  After Senior High School, Kwame decided to pursue music fully and now, he has four albums to his credit. Mr Baah recorded a couple of songs between 2011 and 2015 …

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An Orphan Appeals for Financial Support to Complete Training

 A beneficiary of UNILIME Foundation’s Vocational, Technological, and Technical (VOCTECH) project, Miss Mary Ayittey is appealing to the public to come to her aid in order to complete her Vocational training. After commending UNILIME Foundation, an NGO committed to humanitarian activities for their life changing project, she said, the Organisation …

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An NGO, CAF Builds School at Samankwaa Village to Enhance Rural Education

As effort to bridge the gap between rural, urban education, Childlift Aid Foundation (CAF), an NGO committed to humanitarian activities has built a school worth over GHC 20,000 to enhance primary education at Samankwaa Village at the Akim Manso Akroso District in the Eastern Region. The Read Loud School is …

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