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Be disciplined on the Road to save lives- over 2,118 fatalities reported in 2018

According to the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), 12, 396 crashes were recorded from January to November 2018 where 20, 082 vehicles were involved, and 12, 318 injuries have been recorded across the country with 2,118 fatalities. Will we continue to lose our cherished family and friends untimely due to …

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An Interesting communicator

During the Christmas festivities, I had the privilege to sit with a newly wedded couple. I found myself sitting on the edge of my seat with my chin rested in my palm listening to the lady. She was such an interesting speaker;  she could talk about anything from a to …

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The Remedy to Hypertension

HYPERTENSION: The silent killer As common as hypertension/high blood pressure has become, its management is still a heinous task for many. Nearly one third of African adults have high blood pressure or hypertension. Factors contributing to high blood pressure includes stress and lack of exercise. Having high blood pressure increases …

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Celebrating an incredible Woman in Leadership Ms. Kwamu Eunice Kunkei,who is Fighting illiteracy in Africa

Women’s roles are indispensable in the development of every nation. Therefore, the government in a country must endow women with an equal opportunity to compete with their fellow men in order to facilitate the development of the country. Doing this would undoubtedly upgrade the status of women in leadership positions …

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ESSENCE OF EXERCISING TO THE BRAIN 

Exercise facilitates brain processing functions. It helps the brain to create new neural connections faster, helps faster learning & increases alertness level. In facilitating the brain’s work, games also put more information into the brain and help it perform better. Strategic games like either video or board are games that …

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New Year, and so what? Change your attitude!

  We are in a new year, the only thing that has changed is the year but nothing more has changed. We have the same group of people steering the affairs of our various institutions as well as country, the same resources, the time which is 24 hours in a …

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Excelling as a woman demands creativity and outstanding qualities-Ms. Araba Sey

Miss Esther Araba Sey is popularly known as Araba Sey, a young lady growing very fast in the modeling industry. Ms. Sey is a former delegate of Miss Malaika 2016. She has worked so hard to break barriers so as to work with international photographers like Steve Ababio, Bob Pixel, Kelechi …

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Dismiss Workers Overdue Retirement – Mr. Boakye to Government

A Young Diplomat, Mr. Akwasi Boakye has called on government to muster the political will in dismissing workers who have reached their retirement ages yet are still in the public sector so as to spur the creation of space for the employment of more youth. According to him, it is …

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The magic in Avocado

Potassium is an important mineral which supports healthy blood pressure levels but most people do not get enough of it. Avocados are very rich in potassium which helps in reducing high blood pressure. Source:  Nana Duodu Kesse  B.Sc Nursing  Central University

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Celebrating Ms. Emelia A. Mesetorwo, a selfless and noteworthy woman in Leadership

There are many women with the requisite capacity to participate in nation building but have fallen back and not shown interest in the governance process. Those who are given the opportunity to assume key positions, the country benefits because they are good managers, and as such manages the resources of …

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