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The EC’s Intension to Compile a New Voter’s Register-The Arguments, Logics and the Absurdities

Over the last several months, Ghana has been thrown into an unending debate, following the EC's announcement of its intention to compile a new and purposeful biometric voters' register for the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections. Various interest groups-political parties, CSOs and other stakeholders have either been Organising lectures, Radio/TV...

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Samuel Okudzeto-Ablakwah is Unfit for His Current Role

When the rich and powerful are sick, they fly out to countries with excellent medical infrastructure to seek best of care. And with China astronomic rise as the leading emerging power and second most powerful global economy with the capacity to build a 2000-bed medical facility within a week following...

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Today In History – Dr. J. B. Danquah Died In Prison

Today in History, Dr Joseph Boakye Danquah, popularly known as J. B Danquah, died at Nsawam Prison. The Ghanaian political doyen died exactly 55 years ago on February 4, 1965, after being detained without trial by the Convention People’s Party (CPP) government led by Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame...

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EDUCATING GHANAS IMPRISONED: A PATHWAY TO REMAIN OUT OF JAIL

Imprisonment, in recent times, has moved from the era of human warehousing to that which seeks to correct the offending behaviour of offenders. The shift in focus, undoubtedly, requires from the Ghana Prisons Service newer treatment modules which focus on filling behavioural and intellectual gaps of offenders to empower them...

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Teachers grateful to Government

Teachers have been happy about the initiative of the government through Ministry of Education, National Teaching Council, and Ghana Education Service to motivate their members. Some of the avenues by which teachers are motivated at National level or District level includes Best Teachers Award now Ghana Teacher Prize, Scholarships, Sponsorship...

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How to cope with the Harmattan in Ghana

From December through to February, the harmattan is the north-easterly Sahara trade winds which rush in desert-like sandstorms, leaving skin dry, lips cracked, and everything covered in dust. However, it also results in low mosquito breeding rates and your laundry drying faster! The following are tips on how to survive...

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