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.
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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.
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.
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?
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.
There is no policy that ensures that drivers undergo periodic eye examination after the DVLA has taken the drivers through the usual refraction test before issuing them with license. This has contributed to the increase in road accidents in the country.
Wahala man has been missing in action for weeks eh. Hmm pressure dey mount. Well, during my running around I met Jamila, a Kayayo (porter) – these are young girls who carry loads at the market. Chai!!