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These are articles that seek to address ill-issues in our country and also bring changes in the minds of Ghanaians.

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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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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Emulating A Ghanaian Teacher; My Unforgettable Disappointment – Mr. Yuya Takahashi

I participated in an internship program with UNILIME Foundation. The programme was designed to run for six weeks in a community called Boso in the Eastern region of Ghana. I interned alongside five other international interns, two guys from Burkina Faso and three ladies who were also from Japan. It …

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Excellent Education is Possible

There is education and there is going to school. Education happens everywhere whiles school is a place where learning is structured. Excellent education is an education that seeks to improve all the faculties of our human development. It can also be termed as an education that accomplishes the goal of …

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Ghanaians should have attitudinal change to avoid human-made disaster- Change Agent Media

The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) predicted and created awareness early this year, that the southern part of the country will experience more rains than were recorded within the same period last year. Yet, a lot of Ghanaians turned a deaf ear to this important prediction. Many seem unconcerned and others …

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Ghana needs brilliant leaders with innovative ideas to turnaround the Country’s fortunes

Dear youth, Ghana is a developing country but have achieved very little as compared to other developing countries globally. We have a deficit in almost all sectors that drive economic development. Politics is a two edged sword that has been very pivotal in building world economies. There’s not a single …

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Mr. President, we need a Legislative Instrument (LI) that will make the Police Service Independent.

  Delivering the third state of the nation address in parliament last Thursday, the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo said if the two main political parties – the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) do not voluntarily meet to fashion out ways to …

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