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How Do You Know This Is Love?

Source:counseloradofoli.com Everyone is looking for love but the sad truth is not everyone finds love; some find hate instead of love. Since the end of a relationship reveals the true character and intent of a person, one only gets to know it isn’t love at the end of the relationship. This leaves a bad scar on the hearts of many ...

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This Is How You Lose Her

Sometimes you wonder why the woman in your life says ‘I am okay” and refuses to answer your questions, when you know deep within that there is something wrong. This happens because her mind is busy in thoughts; “Is he the right man for me? Am I making a mistake? Why does he treat me like I am nothing to ...

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Did Ex-President Mahama heed sound advice?

DID EX-PRESIDENT MAHAMA HEED SOUND ADVICE? ————————————————— Within the context of current developments, we can reframe the above question as: Does ex-President Mahama really heed advice? Otherwise, he has no business bouncing back to lead the NDC at Election 2020. As to who leads, no one can tell now. But we know that Nature abhors vacuum. Someone wil definitely step ...

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Easter season and lessons from the thief on the cross

Source : ModernGhana.com criminals who were hanged blasphemed Him, saying, “If You are the Christ, save Yourself and us.” But the other, answering, rebuked him, saying, “Do you not even fear God, seeing you are under the same condemnation? And we indeed justly, for we receive the due reward of our deeds; but this Man has done nothing wrong.” 42 ...

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Things I learned In College That Cannot Be Found In A Textbook

Four years, one degree, and thousands of dollars in debt later… college taught me algorithms, poetry, history and how to grow bacteria. Mostly all of which I already forget, but college also taught me major life skills and lessons that I could never find in one of my textbooks. College taught me how to stay true to myself, but also ...

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Handling children with specific learning difficulties in Ghana

Globally, millions of children risk failing to attain an appropriate level of education as a result of learning difficulties. According to All Children Reading, of the more than 150 million children with disabilities under age 18, 80 percent of them live in developing countries, and less than 10 percent of these children go to school. In Ghana, a large number ...

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Ghana’s Triple Whammy—political-vigilantism-galamseyism-cum-land-guard-syndrome

    The assertion by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo that the Delta Force problem is “under control” in Kumasi is one of the ways we have persistently attempted to resolve national issues, irrespective of political party and leadership, leaving the issues to fester on to assume a life of their own (News about Akufo-Addo’s claim here: http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Kumasi-troubles-under-control-Akufo-Addo-527640). Bringing the Delta ...

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Remove ‘stench’ damaging new beauty of Kotoka Airport

Please, allow me to open this piece with these questions: “What do you see about Ghana’s premier airport that makes you feel proud as a Ghanaian (or as a friend of Ghana)?” Or, “As a Ghanaian what would you tout as a point of reference, admiration and attraction to anyone?” More directly, “If you’re a rich investor whose decision to ...

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