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COMMENTARY ON MALARIA PREVENTION IN GHANA

Ghana celebrated the success story of the hang up campaign which has seen the distribution of more than 12 million treated nets between 2010 and 2012. Perhaps the 1st Lady Mrs Lordina Mahama hit the nail right on the head when she entreated people with the treated nets not to make them a show piece but use them for the ...

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The recent upsurge in new churches

THE RECENT UPSURGE IN NEW CHURCHES, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND MINISTERIAL EVANGELISM: VERSUS THE HIGH RATE OF SOCIAL VICES, CRIMES AND SOCIAL ATROCITIES. BY: PERCY KONADU YIADOM (BSW, MSW) The mystery surrounding the increase in new churches, religious beliefs and ministerial evangelism which contradicts with the alarming rates of crimes, social vices and atrocities still remains unsolved. New churches keep springing ...

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Rejoinder by Nii Lantey Okunka Bannerman : Feces takeover Accra markets

I read with horror the news report titled “Faeces{sic} takeover Accra markets”. The report, produced by the Herald, was posted by Ghanaweb on the 8th of April, 2013. Why this revelation was shocking to anyone paying attention in Ghana astounds me. It is a known fact that vendors throughout Accra and other cities do ease themselves in black plastic bags ...

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Russia to partner Ghana in developing nuclear industry- An open letter against it!

Mr Paul Essel Ghana High Commissioner Canberra, Australia Your Excellency , I am writing to you with the hope that you will get the Ghana Government to put a brake on this. Please do whatever you can and get  our Government to put a stop to the development of nuclear energy in Ghana in the short to medium term. Those ...

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South Side of Chicago isn’t ready for health emergencies-Jesse Jackson Sr.

BY JESSE  JACKSON sr   As this is written, everyone wounded in the terror bombings at the Boston Marathon has survived his or her wounds. This remarkable testament to effective medical response stems largely from Boston’s exceptional health-care capacity. But as demonstrated by the fertilizer explosion in West, Texas, the chaos wreaked by Superstorm Sandy, the shootings in Aurora, Colo., ...

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Supremus Rex, Waddup With The Archeology? Critical News, 21st April 2013

I am sitting on a bench, my back against a wall at the Weija DVLA office, waiting to be called.  My castigation for not coming forth with the required “aseda” if I am to get my lost licence replaced today.  Forty-seven minutes into purgatory, I am watching Dufie (not her name at all, I have nicknamed her such, a reminder ...

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Did you Understand the Cross-Examination of …..

Dr. Bawumia at the Supreme Court? Yes I do. In any court procedure, the plaintiffs, the defendants and their witnesses are cross-examined by both the prosecution and the defence lawyers at the appropriate times. A witness for say, the plaintiff will first be cross-examined by the plaintiff’s lawyer after he, the witness, has narrated his side of the story. This ...

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NDC/Rawlings/Mills/Mahama are Ghana’s greatest negatives

The damage which NDC’s triumvirate comprising John Rawlings, John Mills and John Mahama have visited on Ghana is incalculably massive in their combined 24-years of misrule. Several instances are shown hereunder to highlight the societal negatives and off-puttings associated with them:- They have frustrated SSSS. Just because they didn’t understand the nitty-gritty of the scheme, a cornerstone in NPP recent ...

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