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Africa’s Support Against Racism And Injustice In America Necessary?

Racism and Injustice in America against African-Americans has being a dogma since they where first introduced and enslaved in the American community. 400 years after slavery, America have gone through several law reforms concerning black people, from the freedom of slaves, Jim Crow laws to the current situation of Police …

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Celebrating Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo among other industrious women in Ghana

A mother nurtures, a mother cares and a mother gives In this years special edition of Mothers’ Day celebration, Change Agent Media has carefully selected a few mothers in the country who continue to empower, be an inspiration and break boundaries in their careers and in all fields. Socially, Psychological …

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“The Kayaye and Hawkers must be introduced into Athletics”-Clemento Suarez

Laughter they say, is the best medicine and not too many people across the globe can give a good dose of such a rare medicine. In a time where depression has become the order of the day for various reasons, laughter seems to be the most powerful tool to help …

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A Call For Underground Rappers And Singers To Promote their Talent.

The Chief Executive Officer of Focus graphics Mr. Bobby Quaye is calling on all underground rappers and singers to promote their talent through the upcoming street rap musical concert in the country. According to him, the street rap musical concert is to promote hidden talents in the country. Speaking in …

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When will Inequality end?

I got alarmed as I lay on my bed this dawn, thinking of a more feasible and possible way to reach my students amidst this pandemic. I got to realize that the world is favourable to the privileged. Whenever a problem arise, 80 per cent of the policies and good …

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A Failed Communication System Leading To indiscipline During Lockdown-Communication Specialist

Ghanaians are not adhering to the lockdown rules due to a failed communication system, a Communication Specialist, Mr. Samuel Ato Afful has stated. “We are not in normal times, and the communication approach to get people to obey the lock down rules has failed in many ways. The fight against …

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Akufo-Addo extends ban on Church gathering by two weeks among other public gatherings

President Nana Akufo-Addo has extended the initial one-month ban on public gatherings including religious activities and funerals by an additional two weeks. The extension comes into full force after he signed the Executive Instrument to give effect to the new measure. The Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin …

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COVID-19 cases in Ghana shoot up to 408, death hit 8

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has confirmed cases of the novel Coronavirus in Ghana have increased to 408 as the death toll also rises to eight. “As of 10 April 2020, 23:00 HRS, a total of 27,346 persons have been tested with 408 being positive for COVID-19,” said the GHS. …

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COVID-19: Government to absorb electricity bills for the poor, others to enjoy 50 per cent slash

President Nana Akufo-Addo has indicated that, the government will fully cover the bills of low-income consumers of electricity in the country for April, May and June 2020. The remaining consumers who fall outside of this category will enjoy a 50 percent reduction in the cost of electricity for the same …

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6 SIMPLE WAYS TO DEVELOP YOURSELF DURING THIS LOCK DOWN PERIOD

The digital world has provided easy and exciting ways to learn. With plenty of online tools, products and resources to use, learning new skills is literally on the go. If you have always wanted to learn something new or sharpen your skills for your career or business, this is your …

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