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Pay close attention to Vocational and Technical skills – President of Unilime Foundation urges the Youth

The National President of Unilime Foundation, a Non – Governmental Organization with earnest commitment to humanitarian activities, Mr. Dennis Agyei Boateng, has advised the youth of Boso, a suburb in the Asuogyaman constituency in the Eastern Region, to consider Vocational and Technical skills the exclusive means of bettering their lives …

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Don’t Lag Behind, Stay Abreast with Technology- Mr. P. Y. Asare cautioned Ghanaians

The Executive Director of FrontPage Consult, Mr. Michael P. Y. Asare has cautioned Ghanaians to be attuned to the trends and changes in technology in order to avoid being left out on the unending updates of technology. According to him, individuals must regularly learn to acquire the relevant skills and …

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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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Ambassador for  Diaspora Youth Affairs Lauds YPI for National Youth Day Initiative

  The Ambassador for  Diaspora Youth Affairs,  Mr.  Jake Obeng-Bediako has lauded Youth Policy Initiative (YPI) for  instituting the National  Youth Day in Ghana to contribute to national development. Mr.  Obeng-Bediako made this remarks when the leadership of YPI paid a courtesy call on him in his office in Accra. …

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NGO organises Empowerment Programme for Abono DA Junior High School (JHS) to bring transformation to their society

A non- governmental Organisation (NGO) committed to humanitarian activities, Unilime Foundation of the University of Education Winneba Kumasi Campus has organised a mentorship programme for Students at Abono DA Junior High School (JHS), in the Ashanti Region to enhance their personal development and leadership skills to bring transformation to their …

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Let’s applaud Two selfless Personalities towards Humanity – an Observer

Mr. Felix Kojo Addo Let me tell you a story about a young man who set out to make a difference in the society. In our part of the world, if somebody is to make a difference then he or she probably wants to be ‘acclaimed’ a hero or heroine. …

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Celebrating Ms. Esther Dede Lawer, a Ghanaian youth icon at International Model United Nations 

Women empowerment is a positive step to enhance their meaningful contribution to national development. This is because educated women would naturally invest more resources in their families and children to attain higher heights in future. Therefore, women must be encouraged to have access to formal education which is the sure …

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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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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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Dangerous Health Risk related to Alcohol; Youth must be careful not to fall peril!

The rate at which bars and drinking joints are springing up in different parts of the Country indicates that youth are not only looking for ways to burn stress, but are also promoting alcoholism. The situation has become alarming to the extent that hardly does one move beyond a stone-throw …

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