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GRASAG GIMPA EASTER MESSAGE

The leadership of GRASAG GIMPA wishes all Staff and students of GIMPA graduate schools a super exciting Easter celebration where Jesus is the center and focus. A man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a […]Read More
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Bawumia stands well above the pack

It is bound to be hogwash, a complete waste of time, if you were to ask me. I am talking about the Ghana Institute of Journalism-scheduled public forum called “The Vice-Presidential Forum: An Analysis of Key Qualities and Contenders” (See “Etse Sikanku to Host Veep Forum April 17” Modernghana.com 4/16/19). This forum comes off today, […]Read More
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Chris-Vincent writes: Mentally broken’ Yvonne Nelson deletes all photos of her daughter from Instagram

Mentally Broken’-Yvonne Nelson Deletes All Photos of Her Daughter From An Instagram Page She Created For the Child—And From Her Page Too When Yvonne Nelson created an Instagram page for her daughter, Ryn Roberts, and started posting photos of her together with a dreary amateur online reality show on Youtube revolving around the child, I […]Read More
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National agenda! Na who cause am?

Hmm! In the course of the work I do, I come across a lot of sickening and deplorable conditions faced by most of our brothers and sisters living in rural and deprived communities within the country. You visit some rural schools or healthcare facilities at some hours of the day and you will be lucky […]Read More
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Where is Charles Kofi Wayo?

As a young boy in the early to late 90s, one person that made a huge impression on me and many of my peers, was Charles Kofi Wayo. Watching him on Kweku-One-On-One, a show hosted by Kweku Sekyi Addo, we admired everything about him. In those days Ghana Television (GTV), was the only television station […]Read More
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Ghanaians sad story in 3-years

Let me start this article with a Kusaasi old fairy-tale of a cunningly wicked love affair that once existed between the scorpion and the toad. It was a story told by old men and women of wisdom during moonlight when we were growing up as children. In that yarn, the scorpion faked a starry-eyed love […]Read More
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Why Akufo-Addo cannot afford to treat the conspiratorial plotters with kid’s gloves

It is an undeniable fact that corruption is a serious economic, social, political and moral impediment to nation building, and therefore it is extremely important that the fantastically corrupt public officials are held accountable at all times without fear or favour. Regrettably, however, despite its corrosive effects, it would be somewhat sophistic for anybody to […]Read More
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5 Reasons why it is good to read

1. GIVES KNOWLEDGE One of the biggest reasons why we read books is to gain knowledge. Books are a rich source of information. Reading books on varied subjects imparts information and increases the depth of the subject as well. Whenever you read a book, you learn new information that you may not have known. 2. […]Read More
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Hello CID boss, promotion in commotion?

When Tilapia, 3news’ cartoonist, penciled a beautiful but thought-provoking art about you, I declined writing an article on the topic he captured. I felt he told the public whatever I needed to say. It was about the press conference you had, briefing the general public on the whereabouts of the missing Takoradi girls. Tilapia captured you in […]Read More
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Pilolo African Diaspora festival

Last year an educator from the Rochester City School District a native of Ghana and resident of Upstate- New York put a team of Ghanaian Natives from Osu together. They created and launched the Pilolo Pan- African festival in Christiansborg Accra – Ghana in August 2018. The main aim and vision of the festival were […]Read More