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Agyemfra We are drinking toxins!

Ghanaweb Columnist: Boateng, Emmanuel Mining in Ghana since 1890 has not really benefitted us much at all,Ghana started mining at the same time with Sourth Africa and still we cannot rub shoulders with them in any away in terms of Community development and proceeds.The negative effects of mining in Ghana far out weights the positives which has been a great ...

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Academic Paragraph

Source: Abubakar Mohammed Marzuq Azindoo / Email: azindoo200@gmail.com / Tell: 0244755402 Introduction In the previous discussion, we examined the background to Academic Writing. Today we discuss an essential component of Academic Writing – construction of an Academic Paragraph. Before we proceed, we need to remind ourselves of the various units of grammar essential in the construction of statements in English. ...

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A Generation So Corrupt

Gbanaweb Columnist: Anor, Ofori G. To every generation is assigned the task of taking on the challenges of the era, challenges that must be met full throttle or the nation’s destruction, marginalization or both is assured. Every generation, it is said gets the Dracula it deserves. Successful and powerful nations are those where generation after generation have succeeded in not ...

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The Ebola Virus Disease, AFCON 2015 and election 2016

Ghanaweb Columnist: Krugu, John Kingsley The Ebola Virus Disease, AFCON 2015 and election 2016: a “doubling down” of a Mahama. Dr. George Amofah is the chief scribe of the Ghana Public Health Association (GPHA). He is a common house figure in the health sector. Having practice in both rural and urban communities as a medic and having served in various ...

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Cisco’s Corner: I have a mental erection

Source: Francis Abban I have a mental erection. And it’s bulging. I am scared because what hits my eyes is not fixed on a lady’s body. I wish so but no. It’s not. It’s the energy crisis that hangs on every Ghanaian’s neck. When I wrote about the concept of Dumsornomics I am sure many of you read and had ...

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Manasseh’s Folder: Selective justice in GYEEDA scandal

Source: Ghana|Joy News|Manasseh Azure Awuni|azureachebe2@yahoo.com … I am convinced beyond any reasonable doubt that my government is unconscionable and the citizens seem helpless. This notwithstanding, it is still important to inform the public about the selective justice in the GYEEDA scandal. An informed citizenry is an empowered citizenry. That’s why I am still writing about GYEEDA, nearly two years since ...

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NPP Youth must rise against the nihilist politics in the party

Source: Adamu Recent happenings in the party have left some of us very distraught. Our angst stems from our helplessness in watching the party destroy itself. This is a party we love with our souls and have committed our lives to working for. Most of us hailed the Tamale congress as a new era in NPP politics. This is a ...

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No ethnocentric battles at our backyard; Brong Ahafo-A must read article!

By:Thomas Kofi Kyeremeh When I arrived as a freshman in Secondary School in 1972, the senior prefect at my school was Snr. Lovi Mawunya. I kept wondering to myself how someone will travel the distance from Volta region to come to a sleepy Bono town for school. Later on in life I would come to appreciate that the expansion of ...

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