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Nursing Has Become A Warehouse Of Intimidation

In my previous article titled “Nursing in Ghana, old gurus brand” I have realized a mistake l made by comparing GMA to NMC instead of GRNMA and l use this medium to apologize unreservedly to my readers and to the council for the contrast and the twist the situation is likely to have created but the issues raised in the ...

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Trump administration’s health care lies are starting to hurt

BY JESSE JACKSON March 14, 2017 For many of his supporters, Donald Trump’s casual relationship with the truth was at first amusing, part of his brash, anti-establishment appeal. He says what he thinks, went the argument, and if it isn’t true, so be it. His voters, we were told, have learned to take him seriously but not literally. Now, however, ...

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THE VETTING OF DR. ARCHIBALD LETSA: PARTITIONING OF THE VOLTA REGION AND OTHER MATTERS

Above picture :Dr. Archibald Letsa, Volta Regional Minister We have now had the chance to watch and listen to the vetting of Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa by the power of the network—YouTube, specifically. We must congratulate Dr. Letsa for holding up for the Volta Region and dedicating 30 years of his working life in supporting the people of the region ...

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African Spectrum Editorial: The Slave vs. The Immigrant .

‘Ooh, Master, ooh have mercy,’ the slave wails! ‘I carry with me a passport and a visa,’ the immigrant declares. ‘Can I have something to eat,’ the slave asks? ‘I have something to eat but looking for a better future,’ says the immigrant. Dr. Ben Carson, even if u intentionally want to be ignorant, please go back and watch Roots ...

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GHANA @ 60: A Diaspora opinion and the need for discussions on an irrigation system leading to an Agricultural revolution in Ghana!

Preface: Sixty years ago, Ghana was liberated from the British colonial rule or what may be referred to by political pundits as liberated from the clutches of imperialist colonialism. As we celebrate this year’s Independence Day Anniversary on March 6, 2017, we need to take stock of the current situation or have some level of reflection on our achievements since ...

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GHANA @60: What are we celebrating?

By  ghanaweb.com columnist : Mintah, Gloria On March 6, 2017, Ghana will be 60 years old. If the country were a human being, at 60, it would likely be a grandparent. A successful grandparent would have provided for the needs of his or her children, including educating them and setting them up in life. The children, if successful, would also have ...

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Quantum Leap In Economy Under Kwame Nkrumah, 1951-1966

In Celebration of Kwame Nkrumah’s Exemplary Performance on Behalf of Unitary Ghana During 1951 – 1966 This paper is a continuation of “Quantum Leap in Education Under Kwame Nkrumah and the CPP (1951 – 1966)”. For generations and hundreds of years before independence in 1957, the Gold Coast/Ghana, contributed in no small measure to the development or Europe and that ...

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Successive Ghana Governments Confuse Themselves with Democracy And Monarchical Governance

I actually have difficulty comprehending the fear exhibited by our elected leaders, especially the Presidents, before our traditional leaders, to be more precise, our paramount chiefs and kings. From this unfounded fear, contrary to the tenets of our democratic dispensation, our presidents and governments have made it an obligation to involve our traditional leaders in the governance of the nation. ...

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