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Celebrating Brand Ghana: The story of Ghana Airports

Ghana Airports Company Limited This particular article is also motivated by a need to celebrate some laudable strides that are being made by the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL). GACL ... more
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Dr Ezenator Rawlings at NDC vetting

Ezenator Rawlings is an intellectually capable lady, a medical doctor, above 18, is of sound mind and born to parents both of whom are Ghanaians. Even if her parents are ... more
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Honourable Afenyo Markin and the Register!

I say this to express amazement at the recent release by our mainstream radio stations of the tape in which the Member of Parliament for Effutu, Mr Afenyo Markin, is ... more
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A letter from the womb

Dear parents and friends, You cannot imagine how tiny I am but I am alive. Every day I grow a little bigger. I tell myself that one day I will ... more
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Unmeritorious feuds

Well-meaning Ghanaians saw that as a mark of a great leader minded to foster national unity. Unfortunately, the forward-looking decision was not allowed to work by supporters of the National ... more
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The difference between noise and silence

I had been in Lillehammer, a small picturesque town in Norway, for five days attending a conference and I was, therefore, very ill-prepared for such an encounter on arrival. Norway ... more
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Honourable Afenyo Markin and the Register!

I say this to express amazement at the recent release by our mainstream radio stations of the tape in which the Member of Parliament for Effutu, Mr Afenyo Markin, is ... more
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Dr Ezenator Rawlings at NDC vetting

Ezenator Rawlings is an intellectually capable lady, a medical doctor, above 18, is of sound mind and born to parents both of whom are Ghanaians. Even if her parents are ... more
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A letter from the womb

Dear parents and friends, You cannot imagine how tiny I am but I am alive. Every day I grow a little bigger. I tell myself that one day I will ... more
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Help for fisherfolks

The young fisherfolks are able to analyse a match perfectly and predict why it is a disadvantage to keep player A or B on a bench in a particular match, ... more
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Africa is young. Why are its leaders so old?

The average age of the ten oldest African leaders is 78.5, compared to 52 for the world's ten most-developed economies. Arguably, compared to other continents, Africa has a very small ... more
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Unmeritorious feuds

Well-meaning Ghanaians saw that as a mark of a great leader minded to foster national unity. Unfortunately, the forward-looking decision was not allowed to work by supporters of the National ... more
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