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Don’t take us for granted – Nana tells British Airways

Source: dailyguideafrica.com President Akufo-Addo could not hide his feelings about the quality of service provided by aviation giant, British Airways to Ghanaians when management of the airline paid a courtesy call on him at the Presidency yesterday. “People complain about the movement of flights to and from Accra from Terminal 5 to Terminal 3 at Heathrow. Terminal 3 is not ...

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Rainstorm to hit Ghana today !

Accra, April 13, GNA – A rainstorm is expected to hit the entire country on Thursday evening. Mr Michael Padi, Senior Meteorologist at the Ghana Meteorological Agency told the Ghana News Agency in an interview, that by weather indicators, the storm was expected at about 19:00 hours. Source : GNA

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This Kelewele Seller Used A First Class Student’s Certificate To Package And It’s Just Funny

Kelewele is bae. If you have a different opinion, what you ate was not kelewele. Sellers of kelewele usually have no shame when it comes to the stuff they can use to package the spicy fried plantain. From test papers to newspapers, we’ve seen it all until now. A Kelewele seller used a student called Peter Attafuah’s university certificate to ...

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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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First Lady meets Queen Mothers in Greater Accra Region

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Finance Minister speaks about cedi’s resurgence

The Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta has attributed the recent stability in the Ghana Cedi to prudent measures put in place by government. He said although it is early days yet, government is committed to creating a conducive environment for the private sector to thrive. Speaking to GBC’s Radio Ghana on the side-lines of the swearing in of Deputy Ministers ...

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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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