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In as much as the achievements have been many, there have also been myriad of challenges. In the effort to restore the club to its rightful place, the true supporters and teeming followers of the club must ...

84th Anniversary Of Premier League Club Asante Kotoko

Written By Emmanuel Adu-Gyamfi - August 31st is exactly 84 years the fabulous club, Kumasi Asante Kotoko was founded. The formation of the club was engineered by one Kwasi Kumah, an Ashanti from Nyankyerenease near Kwadaso, a suburb of Kumasi. He was the chauffeur of an English soldier Colonel Ross in the colonial days. Soccer historians give Kwasi Kumah credit for having returned from Accra to begin Ashanti United in 1924, which was later renamed Kumasi Titanics.

Democracy and freedom do not imply unnecessary attacks on others as well as insults that could lead to confusion and fighting in society. When utterances are negative, ...

Significance Of “Watch Your Mouth” Campaign

Democracy requires that issues of national interest are freely discussed by people so as to create understanding, harmony and socio-economic development. This implies that people must feel free to contribute to issues of national importance and generate consensus for the good of the country.

Likely to beef up the Party`s bench and give the NPP a run for their money in 2020 are smooth and dynamic debaters and first timers like Felix Kwakye Ofosu, Kofi Adams, immediate past National Organizer of the party, John Dumelo and Francis Xavier Sosu.

Lessons From Just Ended NDC Parliamentary Candidates Election

Written By Justice Mingle - “How are the mighty falling in the midst of battle” is a popular bible quotation which can aptly describe the situation that befell about nine members of Parliament of the NDC in last Saturday’s primaries held in 157 constituencies in sixteen regions. The likes of Ras Mubarak, MP for Kumbungu, Joseph Yieleh Chiereh, former Health Minister and MP for Wa West, Daniel Ashiamah MP for Buem, Matthias Ntow, Aowin in the Western Region and Nii Okai Laryea, Mp for Amasaman among others unfortunately lost seats and would eventually bid Parliament farewell in 2020.

I saw the same thing happening with my son when he entered school. Brilliant, skipped 2 classes, kept excelling - but the content they were feeding him was old and stale and very backward sometimes.

It's time to transform our educational sector - and I don't mean mediocre-ly

Most schools (from primary to tertiary) in Ghana are structured in a way that rewards students who are exceptional in conformity. If you have a unique learning ability or are highly different in the way you learn, schooling in Ghana will be a life of punishment 95% of the time. You will never be amongst the prize-winners, nor be given grades of excellence, not be understood or supported.

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