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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...

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.

Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary Ghana!!!!! Ghana, one of Africa’s most stable democracies, – Today, Ghana celebrates one  year anniversary on one of the reasons why its been deemed as one of Africa’s most stable democracies.

Freedom Aid Ghana Screens Drivers In Accra

This article reveals the details of a health screening outcome and suggest ways that can be used to reduce corporate health problems. It was organized by Freedom Aid Ghana, a health NGO in Ghana that seeks to promote healthy living among the Ghanaian populace.

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.

WOES OF KAYAYEI

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!!

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.

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...

A Case Study on Cholera in Ghana

This piece is an article by Freedom Aid Ghana that focuses on the recent cholera pandemic in the country. It provides current figures on the case of Cholera and suggestions on how to stop the spread in the nation’s capital city.

Let’s Fight Ebola With Every Energy

It is critical to note that the world may register the biggest economy crunch by the middle of 2015 if the issue of Ebola is not addressed.
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