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“Silent Corruption” vs. Professor Lungu’s thoughts?

By Cletus D Kuunifaa That no one is a repository of knowledge will guide us in this write-up. Concepts are dynamic and demand our interpretation of them to suit our discussions. The fact that a word like “Cyber” gains notoriety and enjoys explosive use with the rise of the internet in the early 1990s should not surprise us. As a ...

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Though long term effects unknown there is remarkable market push for testosterone use

WASHINGTON — “Are you falling asleep after dinner?” “Do you have a decrease in libido?” “Have you noticed a recent deterioration in your ability to play sports?” “It could be Low-T.” Welcome to the latest marketing push by the nation’s drug companies. In this case, it’s a web page for Abbott Laboratories’ Androgel, a billion-dollar selling testosterone gel used by ...

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Sankofa:Lest We Forget – 1983 – Thirty Years Ago By Kwasi Gyan Appenteng

Ghana People make you stand up Make you fight For your rights We no go sit down make them cheat we everyday The year 1983 perhaps was the harshest year in Ghana’s modern history. In some countries there would be retrospectives, symposia and other kinds of public reflections on this most devastating year in our collective memory. When I say ...

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Do Not Throw Away That Palm Oil : Read This First!

Significant scientific findings about palm oil have arisen from painstaking research in many laboratories. Twelve of the many scientific facts about the nutritional effects of palm oil are presented here. Each fact has been thoroughly examined and evaluated by scientists in some of the world’s most respected laboratories, using universally approved methods, to render them worthy of international acceptance. This ...

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“Over-spiritualization” is making many Ghanaians non-critical thinkers

It is gratifying to know that a spiritual leader of Reverend (Dr.) Emmanuel Asante’s caliber appears to have almost similar, genuine concerns as mine that more Ghanaians have become “overly spiritual” at the expense of critical thinking and pragmatism. Here is the reverend minister’s brilliant observation: “As soon as something terrible happens, instead of us [Ghanaians] investigating—finding out what might ...

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Political and intellectual sloppiness in Ghana

A long standing tradition of the human race that seems not to fade anytime soon is the reality that he who fails to think is always dictated to by the one who actively engages his brains positively. That is, one’s failure to think is subjecting one’s authority to another. And in thinking, it is the products of our thoughts that ...

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Prison Ankaful

Within Ghana’s Prison Walls; The Myth, The Truth And All

“The only meal we receive in a day is gari. We once in a long while receive soup which is as plain as water. We are forced to dig pits and ordered to cover them again. Nobody is concerned about our health so death is a normal happening in Nsawam Prison. We are allowed to smoke ‘weed’ and use other ...

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My ‘sugar mummy’ almost killed me with sex – Student reveals

Agyapong Jonas, a 24-year-old student in a university in Ghana, has narrated how the excessive demand for sex from his ‘sugar mummy’ almost cost his life. Jonas said he met his sugar mummy on a Facebook page which was created for only sugar mommies. He explained that the page introduces young men who are sexually active to old ladies who ...

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