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EU should adopt more flexible visa regimes with Africa

By Dr Stephen Adaawen European Union (EU) STATES should adopt more flexible visa regimes and effective migration partnerships with African countries in addressing the challenge of irregular migration from Africa. The UN Agenda 2030 and the Global Compact for Migration have all emphasized the need for safe, orderly and regular …

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Deforestation is a risk to Africa’s natural resources – TFA 2020

DEFORESTATION IS contributing irrefutably to climate change, putting natural resources and livelihoods at risk. With two years left to deliver on the goal of zero commodity-driven deforestation by 2020, delegates from the private sector, governments, civil society and academia were reminded last week in Ghana’s capital, Accra, of the need …

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The power of imagination

BY ABUNDANT ROBERT K. AWOLUGUTU What the mind can conceive and believe and the heart desire, you can achieve -Norman Vincent Peale, American Minister and author. IMAGINATION IS a powerful tool of manifestation. Ifeanyi A. C. Eze wrote: “It is the depth of your insight that ultimately determines the height …

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Public agitated over ‘no show’ of retrieving alleged stolen monies

  BY NANA BRAN OKAE II THE GHANAIAN public is openly unhappy about the apparent ‘no show’ by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government in bringing to book appointees who have been fingered as having dipped their hands into the nation’s kitty and taken huge chunks away for their selfish …

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Mount Eye holds 6th grad. with call on youth to be creative

BY ERICA ARTHUR ERIC AGUDA, a legal practitioner, has reiterated the need for Ghanaian youth to be guided and trained to come out with innovative ideas to be relevant in the job market. He said the study of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) was one of the best ways to …

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Wesley Grammar ‘93-year group renovates sick-bay  

BY PHILIP ANTOH THE 1993-YEAR group of Wesley Grammar Senior High School has refurbished the sick-bay of the school to help improve the health conditions of the students. The renovation formed part of the old students’ initiative to give back to their alma mater many years after successfully completing …

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Nurses, doctors do not manufacture beds

BY ABDUL-JALIL ABDULAI   ONCE AGAIN Ghana woke up to a sad news of the passing on of a 70-year-old Ghanaian after an inability to admit him in seven hospitals in Accra for reason of “no bed”. This is indeed an unfortunate occurrence hence I extend my condolence to the …

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How clean is the cleaner? Why govt is incompetent to clean the FA

BY MICHAEL ASARE BOADU Empire FM (EIB Network) I HAVE read carefully the loud applause from the public towards the government’s decision to completely crash down the structure of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and give birth to a new body to run football in the country.   This development …

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Solar energy is the way to go

UNDER THE outgone National Democratic Congress regime, one of the key issues that plagued the government until its embarrassing defeat during the 2016 elections was the unbearable power crisis that spanned almost four years.   Increasing demand for energy compelled the then government to find alternative sources of power to …

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Gaming Commission ‘spoiling’ children

SINCE THE establishment of the Gaming Commission of Ghana under Gaming Act 2006, (Act 721), parents and school heads have had cause to worry about truancy among pupils.   The Commission, which is under the Ministry of Interior, was established to regulate, control, monitor and supervise the operations of Games …

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