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How do you stop Nigerian Politicians from being Corrupt?

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by Tony Ogunlowo Corruption has been the bane of our lives ever since Nigeria came into existence: every year billions and billions of Naira of...
election

The Burden of Power – Tony Ogunlowo

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I’ll introduce this article by saying “with great power comes great responsibility!” (- a line I pinched from the ‘Spiderman’ movie!). Man has always craved...
FAO positioned to support countries tackle drivers of poverty

Eradication of extreme poverty requires dedicated actions to build resilience

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FAO positioned to support countries tackle drivers of poverty Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 1.1 of eradicating extreme poverty requires dedicated actions that...
Afcfta

African Continental Free Trade Area agreement to accelerate trade in agricultural goods

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Despite its vast agricultural potential, Africa has remained a net importer of agricultural products in the last three decades. Currently, many African countries import...
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Ghana’s Independence Journey Lessons From the Past

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Ghana’s 62nd Independence anniversary is fast approaching. For many, the fact that there is no work on the day is relieving; many young and...
Ponzi Schemes

Educative Article On Ponzi Schemes

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Introduction Fraudulent investments always promise higher rate of return which is mostly above the industry prevailing rate to sweeten the pot. The high rate of...
Ghana Fashion Design Week

Sustainable fashion on the rise – Suela Krifsa

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The bag’s leather had an unusual scaly pattern, almost reptilian but not quite. This is fish skin leather, an ancient yet modern material used...
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Russian Viewpoint on BRICS: A Strategic Partnership Towards Cooperation

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The 9th BRICS Summit will be held in Xiamen, China, on September 4 and 5. I consider it important in this regard to present...
Impact Investment

Has PAC Fulfilled Its Herculean Mandate of Checking Corruption?

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Accountability is the underpinning principal of civilized societies. For the stability of any human society it is imperative that there is a compact system...
Ghanaian Parliament

When will the minority have their say in Ghana?

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The second meeting of the First Session of the Seventh Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana came to an end on Wednesday, August...
Lydia

Lydia Forson descents heavily on Dela Coffie

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Actress Lydia Forson has hit hard at an activist of the National Democratic Congress, Dela Coffie following his recent attacks on Dr. Valerie Sawyerr...

The Search for NPP National Youth Organizer Stops With Kamal Deen Abdulai

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Sammi Awuku will forever be loved by NPP loyalists for his hard work and determination that has seen the NPP recapture political power after...

Well, We are all Hypocrites Arent We?

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Hypocrites! That’s what we really are. Our double standards keep staring us in the face each day of our lives. Our inconsistent yardsticks have...

Supreme Court To Rule On Modes Of Admission By Ghana School of Law

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The Supreme Court has fixed June 22 to deliver its judgment in respect of the modes of admission used by the Ghana School of...

My Dear Papa J. Rawlings

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Jerry John Rawlings Your Excellency, One day this year, as I was walking by my perpetually empty locker, I was struck by your memory. I cannot...

Road Safety Must Be a Shared and Collective Responsibility

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Undoubtedly, road transport remains the largest and main mode of transportation in Ghana. As a major transport network,  it serves an array of purposes...

President Addo Biggest Failures So Far

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Consider this alternative history: In his first week in office, Nana announced that the next time he drove past a broken traffic light in...
Constitution

New MCE For Sekondi-Takoradi Takes Oath Of Allegiance

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Dr Kwaku Afriyie, the Western Regional Minister, has called on members of the local assemblies to get acquainted with the various articles of the...

Could Our Media Perform Much Better ?

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Ghana media rising? Ghana’s media is young, it is growing, so we can get together, engage, reflect on our profession and begin to discuss...

Our Beautiful Kente Could Become Our Red Carpet

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Red. Carpet. Celebrities. Dignitaries. Resplendence. Fashion. Reverence. Honour. These words characterise most social events, especially those that are linked to showbiz, arts and entertainment. Yes,...

Everton: Sun Banned After Ross Barkley Article Surfaced

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Everton have banned the Sun “from all areas of its operation” after the newspaper published “appalling and indefensible” allegations about Ross Barkley and the...

IMF Article 4 Survey Puts Ghana on Positive Path of Growth

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected a more promising economic prospect for Ghana’s economy for the rest of 2017.According to the fund, the increased...

The Invisible Way to Losing An Election in Ghana

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So on Tuesday the Delta Forces were fined GHC2,400? Hmmm, Simpa Panyin, sometimes you disappoint me paaa ooo; the way you have started twisting...

VGMA2017: Why Joe Mettle is More Deserving

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History was made at the recently held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards when, for the first time in eighteen (18) years, a gospel artiste won...

IGP, Kan Dapaah and Dery Must Go

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You do not need a security expert to tell you that our security establishment is broken and archaic. For many years we have undermined...

VGMA: Are Gospel Musicians Unworthy of Artiste of the Year Award?

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Since the inception of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards eighteen (18) years ago, no Gospel musician has won the ultimate award before; and this...

Give Ama Sey A Break

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file image As a rule, I do not comment on the work of other journalists. I try not to criticize their views on life or...

The Time for Basic School Counselling is Now

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Young lives are wasting away tragically and all we are interested in is reporting it.What did we expect when we only care about the...

Pushed to Die An Act of Stupidity?

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So I eavesdropped on a heated argument between some folks regarding the recent suicide cases; and I tried really hard not to interrupt their...

Ghanaian Women in Telecom and ICT Industry Celebrated

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This International Women’s Day I want to celebrate the New faces of telecommunications’ players in Ghana – they are SMART, they are experiencing, and...