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Volta Region Development Summit Opens In Ho »

From Samuel Agbewode The Christian Agape Ministers Network (CAMNET), a group of pastors in the region, has organised a summit for pastors and chiefs to deliberate on common issues that…

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Esreso Class Five Pupils Study Under Trees »

From Richard Owusu-Akyaw Class Five pupils of the Esreso District Assembly (D/A) school have no option, but to study under teak trees, owing to the increasing population of the school.…

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Opinions

President Mahama’s Reshuffle Headaches »

Maham

  By Chris Mensah Dekportor Reshuffle of ministers are not unusual in any Government. Indeed they are a necessity when…

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Volta Region Development Summit Opens In Ho »

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From Samuel Agbewode The Christian Agape Ministers Network (CAMNET), a group of pastors in the region, has organised a summit…

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Ghana‘S Maturity »

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Arthur Kobina Kennedy, Irmo, South Carolina. We just celebrated another Republic Day. This was our 54th, and while we are…

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Are Presidential Second Terms Cursed? »

By Allotey, Henry Kpakpo. President of Ghana. Even though technically this is his first term as president, in reality this…

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Features

NPP Must Be Serious – This Is Not The Time To Test The Waters! »

Stephen Asamoah Boateng

Ebo Quansah in Accra I am beginning to nurse the feeling that there are elements within the leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), who do not appreciate the enormity of the task of dislodging the moribund administration of President John Dramani Mahama, and his…

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Replacing Non-Performing Mahama »

Nana

Ebo Quansah in Accra. Quote The Akans would tell you that a rat that has its hole by the roadside might have courage or speed. There must be something in most of these candidates that the ordinary eye does not see.…

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No Time For Jokers! Mahama’s US$156m Loan For Pads Insults Our Intellects »

John Dramani Mahama

Ebo Quansah in Accra. “Yesterday, striking student nurses went on a route march on the streets of Accra. One of their marching songs was: “We don’t want pads. We want our allowances.”…

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Religion

G r e e d »

“Then He said to them, “Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; a man’s life does not consist in the abundance…

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Honour And Shame »

“And will not God bring about justice for His chosen ones, who cry out to Him day and night?  Will He keep putting them off?”…

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Sports Michael Essien

Essien Replies Ghana FA – ‘Time Will Tell’

Milan midfielder Michael Essien has said with time Ghanaians will know whether he misconducted himself or otherwise prior to Ghana’s final group game against Portugal at the World Cup.…

Jul 4 2014 / Read More »
Entertainment Janet Mame Badu Actress

Janet Bandu Is A Versatile Talent …Appeared On Sitcom TV Series ‘17:59’

By: Chris Twum Email: [email protected] In spite of the negativity being peddled around the media about Janet Mame Bandu, that the pretty lady is a spirit woman, dubbed “Mame Water”.…

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Business News philomena nyarko

Inflation Rises To 15% In June

By Masahudu Ankiilu Kunateh, Email: [email protected] Figures from the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) indicate that inflation rate for the month of June 2014 has risen to 15% from 14.8% in May 2014. The June rate went…

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Editorial

Anti-Corruption Toothy CHRAJ?

Parliament seems to be in some sort of confusion over which vehicle will best tackle corruption in the country. Last Thursday, July 4, 2014, it reportedly passed into law the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan.…

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