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A History Of The Anlo Hogbe Festival

By Carly Ahiable The Anlo people of Ghana celebrated the Hogbetsotso Festival in November at Anloga, the traditional and ritual capital of the Anlo state. It was a day that unfolds Ewe history and brought a replay of memories of the legendary exodus and heroic acts of men of valour and mystical powers who liberated the Ewe-Dogbo people from the ...

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Some persons have deliberately blocked their own ears and yet want others to listen to them!

Columnist: Cameron Duodu One of the most depressing aspects of our national life is the way some of our citizens find it impossible to relegate their personal interests to the background and think first about the nation’s true interests. These people can be so hypocritical that they pretend to be mindful of their “patriotic duty”! They are able to state ...

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REJECTION AND PROMOTION – LESSONS FROM MY MOVE FROM THE BBC TO THE UN-Ben Dotsei Malor

REJECTION AND PROMOTION – LESSONS FROM MY MOVE FROM THE BBC TO THE UN: Yesterday at UN Headquarters, I received, welcomed, and thanked a wonderful sister, Kadaria Ahmed, because she was used by God to push me from the BBC in London to the United Nations in New York. She is now a big TV journalist in Nigeria, making good ...

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[Opinion] Elizabeth Ohene Should Have Lived in Apostle Paul’s Era “The People of Berea”

Madam Elizabeth Ohene’s writing prowess is not only worth admiring but also emulating. Her adroitness with how she weaves her thoughts regarding emerging social issues is amazing. I am an avid reader of her write ups which are mostly published in the Daily Graphic. I don’t want to believe that my love for her writing skills and depth of understanding ...

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Mercy Ships and their life transformation work -By Ben Dotsei Malor !

If I could leave my work/everything and be totally dedicated to one great and amazing charity for God’s glory, then it will have to be Mercy Ships. This group of self-paying volunteers serves as a global charity that has operated hospital ships in developing nations since 1978. They are committed to bringing hope and healing to the forgotten poor by ...

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Dr. Michael Adongo Ayamga, Senior Lecturer, Economics Dept, UDS writes:

“Stop wasting our meagre resources. Instead of creating regions creat jobs Mr. President. NABCO is mockery of the youth. 700ghs for a youngman starting life? Did you actually have to parade them before cameras? Eish! Instead of taxing the poor citizens tax the cheap imports from China in order to create market for domestic production. If you have the balls ...

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Oti region is a facade for a hidden political agenda

The One Volta Group, a development and advocacy organization, with membership in the USA, Canada, UK and Ghana, hereby issues the following statement to communicate that we are vehemently and unambiguously opposed to the carving of a new Oti Region out of the Volta Region.   It cannot be made any clearer that the majority of Voltarians are against this new ...

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First Lady To Prune Delegation … Thanks to the masses -Okudzeto

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (MP) writes: Second Lady Samira Bawumia’s revised delegation size from 20 to 6 is simply victory to the vigilant masses. Another moment of hope for citizen power. It is rather sad though that she couldn’t eat humble pie and muster courage to do the honourable thing by accepting in all sincerity that her initial large sized delegation ...

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