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Government has on several platforms and fora assured the business community that AfCFTA is a game changer and can transform the country’s economy. There has been improved macroeconomic indicators, ...

AfCFTA Benefits To Ghanaian Businesses

Written By Yaw Ohemeng Kyei - The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is a novelty by the Africa Union to encourage intra Africa trade. Phase one of its protocol was negotiated in the area of trade in goods; services; working groups and procedures for settlement of disputes. AfCFTA is in line with the vision and targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Intra African trade is 16 percent whilst Africa’s share in global trade is two-point six percent. This means Ghana’s share of intra African trade and global trade are approximately 0.3 percent and 0.04 percent.

In fact, the whole of the country becomes tense as a result of intense politicking and campaign activities during these times. Even in this season, where we have the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and ...

Need For Ghanaians To Ensure Peace And Stability Rather Than Political Violence

Written By Rev. Paton E.K. Anyah - Election years are normally marked with a lot of political excitement where parties and their representatives engage in rigorous campaigns to make their candidates popular enough to attract votes from the electorates, in the hope of emerging victorious.

Ironically, it is interesting to note that our school authorities were once upon a time students themselves so it behoves on authorities to create a friendly conducive, peaceful atmosphere and continue to ...

Students Rioting & Indiscipline. Image credit - EducationGhana

Written By Rev'd Major Yaw Boateng - Ghana has been experiencing student rioting and indiscipline in recent times. Reports of students misbehaving and causing damage to properties of the schools is not a welcoming news. Students pursue education to be well educated spiritually, physically, emotionally and socially in society. This will make them law abiding citizens and to become great assets to the nation and the world at large. It is regrettable that most students deviate from this goal and aim of education and resort to vandalism and negative attitudes of peer pressure.

As the first batch of the free SHS students also known as Akufo-Addo graduates, one expected them to be role models to encourage the authorities to invest more in them but ....

Misbehaviour Of Final Year SHS Students

Written By Ernest Obeng-Amin - Some final year WASSCE students abused the investment made in them by government under the free SHS programme by going on the rampage destroying school property and airing unprintable language on government official especially the President because things did not work out well for them in their first written paper.

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