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That’s My Opinion: We voted for change, but what kind of change?

  Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com   I have so much to say, but I have to restrict myself  on this ‘opinion’.   When I turned on my Radio this morning, I was  expecting to hear issues on CHANGE and which or what change we are seeking.  I am an unrepentant change seeker, so you can imagine my disbelief when the airwaves ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Why Akufo-Addo’s plagiarised speech is both good and bad omen

Written by Manasseh Azure Awuni A child from a poor home, like the one in which I grew up, does not often look up to something special from its mother’s kitchen, but it does that at least once in a year – at Christmas. Ghanaians, like many Africans and the black race in general, have messed ourselves up. We do ...

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THE OBTUSE IGNORANCE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RED CARPET AND TRENDING PHOTOS!

By. Kofi B. KUKUBOR Governance is protocol ( the official procedure or system of rules governing affairs of state or diplomatic occasions) and protocol is the etiquette (the customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group) of ceremonial functions. In the affairs of official state functions, the collection of dignitaries, the location ...

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MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Has Akufo-Addo just repeated Mahama’s blunder?

Our wise elders have warned us that if a man dies by stumbling over a stone, we do not run to his funeral. For the fear of also stumbling, we walk carefully to such funerals. Perhaps, it is because of this conventional wisdom that some people grumble that President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has made a dangerous gamble. They say ...

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A/R: Gas explosion kills man, 50

A 50-year-old bachelor has died at Obuasi in the Ashanti region after his gas cylinder exploded while cooking supper. Kofi Amankwaah, according to eyewitnesses, was trapped in his kitchen by the flame until fire service personnel arrived at the scene, but found him dead. The body has been deposited at the Jacobu Government Hospital morgue.

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Billionaire To Sponsor Education Of 21 Girls Freed From Boko Haram

Source:aol.com Nearly two dozen Chibok, Nigeria schoolgirls who were released from Boko Haram’s captivity will have the opportunity to get an education courtesy of black American billionaire Robert Smith. Smith, who founded a private equity firm, is offering scholarships to 24 Nigerian girls, 21 of which were abducted by the terrorist group two years ago. According to Nigerian publication Leadership, senior ...

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Change of gov’t will not affect your payment – GETFund assures contractors

Source: GhanaWeb Aggrieved GETFund contractors who are yet to receive payment for work done for several months now have been assured of government’s resolve to settle the claims. Deputy Administrator of the Ghana Education Trust Fund, Stephen Baffoe, made the pledge when the contractors marched to the GETFund offices to demand payment for work done. According to him, the incoming ...

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Profile Of Dr. Ernest Ofori Sarpong (C.E.O, Special Ice Ltd)

Source: Fila360.com Dr. Ernest Ofori Sarpong is an astute businessman of many years’ experience. Born some 48 years ago and a proud product of Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (Presec) , has an amazing business career in the small and medium scale industry and an up and coming industrialist. In the 1990’s he formed the SARPONG VENTURES LTD, an import and ...

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