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Rastafarian student receives psychological treatment after being denied admission into Achimota School Rastafarians should set up their own schools in Ghana – NAGRAT President An exception to low hair cut rule will breed indiscipline – Achimota School’s PTA Dreadlocks brouhaha: Rastafari Council must engage stakeholders to keep their hair – Joel Nettey Prof Edmund Ato...
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TOPIC: SCRAP MEDICAL COST OF VIOLENT ABUSED CASES Ghana is currently reeling and trending on the prevalent cases of domestic violence. The pain and financial difficulties of paying for the cost of medical diagnosis at a public hospital, charged by a public medical officer before issuing a report for a visible impaired victim prevents the...
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Dr. Albert Ahenkan is an Environment and Sustainable Development Expert. He is a Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of Public Administration, University of Business School. He obtained his PhD from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium in 2011. His areas of expertise include Sustainable Development, Environmental Management, Climate Change, Public Administration, Public Policy, Grant Proposal...
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Before the corona virus hit Ghana and Nigeria, I foresaw the impending calamities and although I put the article out, too few saw it, even fewer read it and far less thought to act upon it. I honestly believe that if Nigeria and Ghana had closed their boarders long before when they did, their would have not...
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The Senior Partner of KPMG Ghana, Mr. Anthony Sarpong has said, we cannot escape the humanitarian imperative of supporting the less privileged of our society.  He made this assertion during a short ceremony to donate to the Pamela Bridgewater programs, which aim at catering for the wellbeing of kayayeis , during and after the COVID-19...
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Although West African countries produce over seventy percent of world’s cocoa, I’ll bet you can’t name one African chocolate brand. Why? Because most of the Continent’s cocoa is exported to foreign countries that produce their own brands. Fortunately, there are now African chocolate makers getting into the game. Meet sisters, Priscilla and Kimberly Addison. They are the founders of...
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he Nigerian Society of Engineers has called on the Federal Government to invest more in growing its Local Content to build the nation’s infrastructures rather than over-relying on the third world countries to fix them. According to the body, Nigerian Universities are doing their best to produce competent engineers that should be encouraged make a...
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Former Prime Minister of Haiti, the Hon. Laurent Lamothe, will participate as a speaker in the Berlin Economic Forum to be held in the German capital on March 6th–11th, 2018. Launched in 2014, the Berlin Economic Forum is a 10-year global project organized by the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy in partnership with global governance organizations,...
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The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has indicated his readiness to partner with Ghana to fight corruption in the two countries. He commended President Akufo-Addo for his efforts in fighting the canker which he said had become endemic. “I congratulate both the government and parliament for quick passage of the office...
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The president of Africa Eye Mr. Yahaya Alhassan , an online news portal  and think- tank to promote and wipe the wrong impression about the continent has condemn the action by the Nevada governor, Brian Sandoval  as a clear case of racism. Speaking in an interview in Accra, Mr Alhassan questioned how the governor refused to...
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