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Paid To Be A Slave – Part III

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How lawmakers are fighting domestic abuse against immigrants. African officials are playing their part, yet many young people from sub-Saharan countries are falling victim...
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Paid To Be A Slave – Part II

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Narrated to the Daily Statesman’s correspondent, October 31, 2018. The subject asked not to be named but is keen to share her story with...
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Paid To Be A Slave – Part I

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What pushes people to seek greener pastures in the Middle-East despite the danger they may face? “Years ago, I tried to go Lebanon in search...
Real-Estate

All You Need to Know About Real Estate Brokerage – Part I

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Before I started my real estate business, I knew next to nothing about real estate. Interestingly, people see me today and do not believe...
Marriage

The Issue Of Marriage Counsellors – Part I

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If you are single and desire a joyful marriage or you are married and you have a marital challenge persisting after several efforts to...
An employee works on electric pylons at a power station in Greater Noida on the outskirts of New Delhi June 8, 2012. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma/Files

On the just concluded Future Energy Nigeria 2017 Conference – Part I

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The just concluded Future Energy Nigeria Conference for 2017 held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos, Nigeria from 7 – 8 November has set...
University of Education, Winneba

By A Simple Application of Law, Not Threats Nor Violence! Part I

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In an incoherent and disjointed article by a certain Victor K. Owusu, who claims to be an alumni of the University of Education, Winneba...
Detroit Rebellion July 1967 as African Americans take over the streets

Viewpoint: Lessons from the Detroit July 1967 Rebellion and Prospects for Social Transformation –...

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July 23, 2017 marked the beginning of the 50th anniversary of the Detroit Rebellion of 1967 which at the time represented the largest of...
University of Education Winneba

The ‘Undemocratic’ Actions Of UTAG UEW And Other Matters – Part I

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On the morning of Friday 16th June, 2017, an email was circulated by the UEW local UTAG secretary that, UTAG has “sought legal advice...
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Pondering Over 2017 class of political pundits and their characters Part I

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As Liberia moves toward the 2017 representatives and presidential elections, the chance of effectuating change remains critical to consider. For too long we have...
Mr. George K. Werner, Minister of Education

Is George K. Werner a reformist or a deformist (1)

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The dilemma of selecting wrong mechanics Liberia in this age of globalization and modernity is wedged in a web of dilemma due to array of...
gas

US$7 billion ENI gas project questioned – part II

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The fiscal terms include royalty of 7.5% for oil since the water depth is in excess of 400 mters; gas royalty of 5%, corporate...
West African Gas Pipelines have received gas from Nigeria over the past 3 years

US$7 billion ENI gas project questioned – part I

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According to the Africa Center for Energy Policy analysis of the deal, the fiscal benefits of the entire project based on the working interests...

Gay-marriage will not hold! Part I

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By Martin K. N. Kollie, Anti-gay Advocate Dear Gays: I am only greeting you with the hope that you will leave Liberia alone and go to...
Wpid Gyan Afcon

Sports Financing in Ghana, National Team Edition – Part I

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Recently after the 30th edition of the AFCON, People were asking the budget Ghana sent to the AFCON. The minister said in Parliament that...
Journalism

Our Final Thoughts On Ghanaian Journalism-Part I

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Our four-part series ?A New Direction for Ghanaian Journalism? saw some of the major problems plaguing the Ghanaian journalism industry, a mosaic of problems...
Journalism

A New Direction For Ghanaian Journalism-Part II

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For the most part, accordingly, the epistemological opposition between diagnostic journalism and descriptive journalism subjects what should otherwise have been the critical flexibility of...
Journalism

A New Direction For Ghanaian Journalism-Part I

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We made several bold claims about the present state of Ghanaian journalism in four previous essays, titled ?The Danger of Free Press to Ghana?s...
Ali Mazrui

A Tribute: Ali Mazrui, Ghana And The World-Part I

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Africa and the world lost one of its most influential, cherished, and well-known scholars, Prof. Ali Al?amin, on October 13, 2014, in the United...
Mr Julius Debrah, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development addressing the press.

The Danger of Free Press To Ghana?s Democracy-Part I

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This essay and its sequel follow the two-part series ?Ghana?s Unrepentant Ugly Face.?   Somehow, in addition to making them more affordable, readership and circulation of...
Paul Frimpong

The working ?Invisible Hand? Part II

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Why economic ideas still matter From the first edition, we saw the development of the ?invisible hand? theory by Adam Smith during the 18th century.   The...
Paul Frimpong

The Working ?Invisible Hand? Part I

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Many disciplines have evolved, and others are still evolving. The practical importance of evolutions could be attributed to relevance ? thus to stay relevant...

Irrelevancy Of Age In Who Becomes A President-Part I

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Several times on several media platforms have the issue of the right age of a person being a president of Ghana been played. This...
Ikedi Ohakim

Bring Back Ikedi Ohakim-Part I

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Right from my days in the University of Port Harcourt I fought for the masses and the oppressed. I do this through article writing,...

Sixty Years Of Ga Politics-Part I

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?By E. A. Ammah ?The internal and external political struggles of the Ga people from the time that they left Nubia until they settled at...

Why Are Our Parliamentarians Whining?-Part I

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has taken a bold step to divest Ghana?s Members of Parliament of ?state protocol privileges whilst in the United...
NEF

National Economic Forum And The Unborn Child-Part I

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Her. The Unborn Child! National Economic Failure! New Economic Failure! National Economic Forum! Which? The Unborn Child! Who? The Unborn Child! What? The Unborn Child! That? The Unborn Child!   The...
TUC Boss Kofi Asamoah

The Ghana Trades Union Congress can do better-Part I

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Monday, May 19, 2014 The history of labour agitations for better conditions of service is as clear as it reminds us of the general malaise...
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Ethnocentrism Goes With Kleptomania-Part I

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Who was that The Ethnocentrism? Or The Kleptomania?   The two looked so much alike! Like the Devil and sin. Or God and goodness. No one...