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Government Promises over 140,000 Public Sector Jobs in 2019

Government Promises over 140,000 Public Sector Jobs in 2019

Government promises more Jobs for Ghanaians in 2019. The government will begin to recruit people into the public sector when the
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Use social media properly in politics

Use social media properly in politics

Use social media properly in politics and in discussing social and political issues in Ghana. The wrong usage of Social
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Ghanaian Folktale, Sweet Disobedience

Ghanaian Folktale, Sweet Disobedience

Ghanaian Folktale, Disobedience is sweet There lived an old lady in deepest part of the forest where no one ever
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Konongo Kaya, our Success hindering friends

Konongo Kaya, our Success hindering friends

Konongo Kaya, dog in the manger “KONOGO KAYA” is a Ghanaian word meaning blocking chances for others while not acting
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Arrogant spirit of childhood wisdom

Arrogant spirit of childhood wisdom

Arrogance in the spirit of childhood wisdom self-importance, pomposity, egotism pompousness, imperiousness, Hubris immodesty,big-headedness, vainglory Arrogance in the spirit of childhood
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E.P. Church Children’s Day marked

E.P. Church Children’s Day marked

E.P. Church Children’s Day marked This year’s E.P. Church Children’s Day marked has been held across the country in all
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Cultural Diversity at Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration

Cultural Diversity at Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration

Religious Diversity at Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration Ghana is a diversified nation with people of different cultures and religions who coexist.
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Provoking self belief and collective hard work

Provoking self belief and collective hard work

Provoking self belief and collective hard work in Ghanaians A man is just a individual just as a woman. When
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Removing RME from Basic School Syllabus is a “Big Disaster”

Removing RME from Basic School Syllabus is a “Big Disaster”

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) has made a proposal for reforms in the Basic School curriculum starting
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Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration

Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration

Ghana’s 59th Independence Celebration  Sunday 6th March 2016 marks the 59th Birthday of Ghana after gaining independence from Britain as the
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