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  Ghana is known globally to be a peaceful country and the country is endowed with many intellectuals and renowned statesmen known around the world. Ghana has several ethnic groups that speak many different languages and dialects but have lived and...
Health workers were given tax-free salary and frontline workers bagged home 50% salary increase for their efforts towards reducing the Covid'19 menace. In the case of teachers, 1 hot meal a day is given them for their contributions in this...
  When given the opportunity to address the nation on Sunday the 16th of August about the state of Covid-19 management in Ghana, this is what he wastefully said... "All eligible voters were given unfettered opportunity to register. The process was...
Following the intolerable behavior of some final year students that went viral on social media recently, many educationists have called for a proper, strict and realistic measures to curb,  resolve and restructure both formal and informal education systems in...
The plastic face shield was a 'hot' commodity in Ghana within May, June, and early parts of July. This was as a result of the continuous increases in the number of infections and the difficulties by people to wear...
All Must be informed that the president's directive seeking to allowing the dismissed candidates to writing the ongoing WASSCE is summarily needless. By the rules of WAEC no dismissed or suspended student is prevented from writing the exam. If...
“So Fellow Ghanaians, with effect from Friday 5th June, we will begin the stage one of the process of easing restrictions. An abridged format for religious services can commence. Twenty-Five percent (25%) attendance with a maximum number of One...
The generation writing this year WASSCE and soon to write BECE are the very people who were born out of the free maternal care of Prez Kuffour's regime. They have enjoyed the school feeding program, now enjoying free SHS...
In the first place, a large majority of the 'free' SHS students, did not qualify for admission to the SHS. Most of them were pushed into the system with grades as bad as aggregate 45, just to make a...
Once again, as has become the norm lately, we are skirting around the issue and feigning outrage over the misbehavior of SHS students in the last few days. We all know that this batch of students has been fed...
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