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Some of the immunized children.Photo by Abu Musa

We Shall Never Immunize Our Children: Superstitious Africans Vows.

Sunday, January 25, 2015 Uganda Government is on a national wide campaign of immunizing the Children against deadly diseases, but the nationals have opted never to take their children to Grave and this has brought a rift between the Ministry workers and the communities. The people of Uganda especially the peasants in ...

Everyday Jesus Is The Answer To Africa's Problems

Sunday, January 25, 2015 Opposition is the fuel that fires the spirit of an undaunted writer. This is my blazing belief. Every time I take my quill, sorry, bend over my keyboard to give corporeal form to the agitating thoughts that surge furiously in the grey matter of my brain; I do so as an act of transparent conscienc ...

Right or wise decision?...HR must know from Cheetah

Sunday, January 25, 2015 Why the cheetah and leopard avoid lion? How the Cheetah or Leopard knows the lion as threat but the same Cheetah or Leopard fight back and could frighten away a pack wild dogs or hyena? How they know when they should exhibit their strength fight and when they should concede and retire from the sc ...

Open Letter To Lady Julia

Saturday, January 24, 2015 Dear Lady Julia, I understand you are the lovely and highly educated wife of Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. I can only imagine how worried you are seeing and hearing the daily castigations of your husband by not only the Ashantis, his very subjects, but also, the other tribes. Have you ...
World Museum,Vienna (Formerly,Ethnology Museum)

Vienna World Museum Is Shrinking

Saturday, January 24, 2015 According to reports in the Austrian media, the World Museum, Vienna, will be giving up some 700 sq .m. of its space of 4600 sq.m for a House of History that is to be established in the Hofburg, the imperial palace where the World Museum has been since 1928. This surprising decision was ma ...

“One-Stop-Shop”—One Department’s Strategy To Combat Corruption In Ghana

Saturday, January 24, 2015 One recurring theme for the 2015 New Year message cycle has been the apparent rampant corruption and plain theft that go unpunished. In their New Year message, the Catholic Bishops Conference asked the government and the public to do more to root out the twin cancer of bribery and corruption an ...

Ghana Was Your Husband's Piggyback, Nana Konadu!

Saturday, January 24, 2015 There is nothing revelatory about Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings' characteristically self-righteous assertion that from 1992 to 2000, as a democratically elected President of Ghana, Mr. Jeremiah John Rawlings did not have a fixed salary (See JJ Rejected Salary As President - Konadu Ghanaweb.com ...

Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings is crying out loud, indeed

Saturday, January 24, 2015 Saturday, January 24, 2015 Folks, Nana Konadu is in flight. She is all over the place, making all kinds of noise that portray her as haunted . Such noises won t salve her conscience or earn any credit for her husband and her family in any way. What they are is already known and nothing new will ...

$9Trillion: This is How Much we Have Underpaid Poor Women

Saturday, January 24, 2015 The other day, I borrowed the title of Professor Anne Marie Slaughter s phenomenal article in The Atlantic, the most popular online newspaper in the USA, to attempt some examination of the real economic situation of women in the world. The title had been well-through by the Princeton academic, who a ...

Ghana is a Democracy but not a Monarchy – “Capito” Asantehene?

Saturday, January 24, 2015 Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the once nicknamed King Solomon but who is incapable of taking Solomonic decisions, has permanently been a topic of discussion in public places and in the media for all bad reasons. As said, a leopard can change its name but can t change its spots , so also can t Ot ...

Why Is The Current Crop Of Ghanaians So Hard-Hearted?

Saturday, January 24, 2015 Environmentalists keep warning us that 'water conflicts' are a potential threat to the future peace development of many regions in the world. This is because global warming is continuing its relentless assault on our Planet. The floods in Mozambique and Malawi, which provided terrible TV pictures th ...

RE: Using Cuba To Defend Nkrumahism Is Laughable

Saturday, January 24, 2015 We should like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Philip Kobina Baidoo, Jr. for responding to our rejoinder. That aside, we should quickly add that though he made some efforts to respond to our piece, he failed abysmally to address most of the substantive issues we raised therein. We may, however ...

My World Of Fantacies

Friday, January 23, 2015 I see a Ghana where there is free and compulsory basic education for all and steps taking to eliminate the indirect costs of education; where there are well developed long-term education policies and programmes, which are devoid of all political considerations, agreed upon by all stakeholders and ...
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