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Street Hawking

STREET HAWKING My people, selling on the streets of Ghana, especially in the capital cities such as Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi etc is becoming a common thing.

Election 2016: Accreditation fee case thrown out

An Accra High Court has dismissed a suit brought before it by the International Standards Journalist Association (ISJA) which was challenging the Electoral Commission’s (EC) decision to charge journalists fees for accreditation to cover the December 7 polls.

Koranteng writes: How Isaac Dogboe paid the price for lack of focus.

Boxing has over the years shown that it is no respecter of persons, and a lack of preparation will surely come back to haunt...

Attitude

Attitude: the ingredient for prosperity. Did I hear someone say ”eye screening for drivers”, well, I be driver, and look what I spotted in broad daylight. Abaa, naa this modern day and age people are defecating in open sewer?

Okudzeto Ablakwa writes: Samira’s 20 to 6-member delegation for WHO conference

Second Lady Samira Bawumia's revised delegation size from 20 to 6 is simply victory to the vigilant masses. Another moment of hope for citizen...

Ghana’s founder-father: my pride and my shame – where are we drifting?

It is now over a year since January 7, 2017, when President Nana Akufo Addo delivered his speech after being sworn-in as President of...

HAPPY YOURSELF

It’s been another week already so soon, hmmm you see I promised I would be back. In fact, this week has been full of stress management discussion on all the media and have been wondering why.

“Amane Hu!!” Ebola & Cholera Wahala for Drivers

  Na waaaa ooo, for taxi drivers like me on the road everyday. Kebab washed down with a cold bottle of beer after a tough day has been my usual small Heaven here on this Earth.

Monkey dey work Baboon dey chop

Monkey dey work Baboon dey chop This is a true story about what ensued between two friends, Kwasi and Kofi. Kwasi is an average man with a family to take care of. He was finding it difficult to make ends meet.

“Amane Hu!!” Ebola & Cholera Wahala for Drivers

  Na waaaa ooo, for taxi drivers like me on the road everyday. Kebab washed down with a cold bottle of beer after a tough day has been my usual small Heaven here on this Earth.
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