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Statement on President’s isolation is veiled and deceptive: James Agyenim-Boateng

I write to wish President Akufo-Addo well following a statement released a while ago by the Information Minister that the president is “taking a fourteen (14) day precautionary self-isolation measure in compliance with Covid-19 protocols” on the advice of his doctors. While I acknowledge the information given the public on the president’s close contact with […]Read More
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Let’s Jaw, Jaw; Not War, War

To say that we can live without conflicts is untrue. We cannot avoid conflicts; we can only manage them. Conflict are part of human life. In conflict resolution, we say that conflicts are less important than how we manage them. A country will not survive a day without grievances. Even the powerful nations struggle with […]Read More
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The world will change

The pain and cries from the persistent cruelty against the black race through slavery to organised annihilation of people defined wrongly by heartless people as belonging to a subhuman race. Not even innocent children who are without guilty minds were spared from the guillotines as women, men , the young and old were killed in […]Read More
Business Opinion

Knowing Your Mortgage Numbers

Getting ready to buy your dream home? Whether you’ve already started doing your research or aren’t quite sure where to begin, we’re here to help you get home. We’ve taken our best homebuying guidance and broken it up into bite-size to-dos. Buying a home is the biggest financial transaction most people will make. To help […]Read More
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The Plight of Female Head Porters

Wandering through markets in Ghana, you would find a lot of people but one thing would definitely catch your attention. You would find girls with huge pans carrying goods for traders and shoppers. These girls do this in and around commercial centres for a negotiated fee. As a first timer, you would be amazed at […]Read More
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How to Complete Online Courses On Time?

Online learning comes with many gains, but a substantial number of learners withdraw shortly after enrolling. Many lag behind, while others lack the skills to balance work and study. Luckily, many experts are now helping online learners with their classes, and you don’t have to struggle with your online course all by yourself. Search “take […]Read More
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COVID-19: Can China Stand Blameless?

As COVID-19 cases increase around the world with some of the hardest hit nations working towards graduated ease on lockdown restrictions, many are beginning to ask critical questions regarding the origin of the virus and most importantly whether the Chinese government approached the onset of this pandemic in a responsible manner. These are legitimate concerns […]Read More
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Tackling socio-economic consequences of COVID-19: An interview with Commonwealth Sec. Gen.

As the world grapples with the rapid escalation of the Coronavirus pandemic, which has had far-reaching consequences across all aspects of society, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Rt. Hon. Patricia Scotland QC has advocated more robust and coordinated multilateral response to the crisis. In edited audio excerpts from an interview with Nimi Princewill, Scotland Read More