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“I wish you could read my mind”

Some few days ago, I was giving a lift by some young couple. It was such a quiet drive. No one was talking so I engaged myself with reading. Later, the lady turned to my direction and said Sir, why cant men read our minds?. I was stunned by the …

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Celebrating Ms. Regina Okyere Darko, an extraordinary woman in Leadership

Ghanaian youth care about democracy and want to actively contribute but space must be created for them to enable them do this properly. More especially young women who express significantly less interest in public affairs than young men. Leadership is very paramount to national development, therefore, our leaders must make …

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How do you understand my love?

Love is the most used, abused and confused  word in our world today. Everyone talks about it. Music is made of and about it. Books are written of and about it. Poets rhyme of and about it. Religions boast of and about it. We all relate to love. The truth …

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Celebrating Mr. David Guun for his Extraordinary Leadership as a Youth

In Ghana today, one of the key problems affecting national development is  leadership at the highest level. We need to initiate strategies to mentor the youth so they could also take key leadership positions in the country to avoid repeating the mistakes made by their predecessors. With regards to that, …

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Celebrating Mr. Eric Nana Agyemang for his Extraordinary Leadership Achievements as a Youth

“No one is born a good citizen; no nation is born a democracy. Rather, both are processes that continue to evolve over a lifetime”. Our own Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations. Therefore, there is a need for us to equip our youths with the knowledge and the …

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Pupils of Polee Primary School Cry for Better Future through Quality Education

Pupils of Polee Primary school in the Wa West District in Ghana are appealing to government among other benevolent institutions to come to their aid to accomplish their dream. The pupil’s lie down on the floor to study due to lack of desks and chairs which makes education difficult for …

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EC shouldn’t sell Ghana to Political Parties; NDC must come again with Filling Fee!

Will corruption in Ghana end anytime soon? Is Ghana fighting corruption or nurturing corruption? Corruption is a social canker which the country is proud of and is not committed to curb it. How and why a form and filing fee for presidential aspirant should be GH¢ 420,000? This is not funny …

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The Youth must Capitalise on Problems in the Society- Ms. Nana Ama Aning.

The Head of Administration at Licensed Stevedores at Tema Port, Miss Nana Ama Konadu Aning has urged the youth to identify problems in the society so that they can capitalise on these problems as a way to create jobs for themselves. She said, “Someone saw the need to address the …

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The Difference between Ghana and Abroad is Hardwork- Mr. Dennis Asante

  Mr. Dennis Asante was born and bread in Ghana but had his tertiary education in the United States of America.  Mr. Asante who has masters degree in systems science and industrial engineering worked as an Uber driver in New Jersey for over five (5) months. He worked in multiples …

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Achieving SDG Goal Eight (8) is the best remedy to fight Corruption

Eminent public officials publicly humiliated, and sentenced to be porters of night soil, with pictures of their undignified errands splashed on front pages of Ghana’s daily newspapers, as penalties for corruption. All these have not been enough to slow down the pace of the social canker called corruption. It is …

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