Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Truth be told! The Military has failed us in Bawku – Abbas Inusah writes

When I read news reports on Thursday  that basic schools teachers in Bawku had asked for schools to be closed down for insecurity and other related concerns, I was heartbroken and genuinely frustrated. I...

Diamonds in the sand; A Ghana team that will come good with time

On the eighth minute mark, far away in France, the Black Stars of Ghana had conceded its first goal against Brazil in a friendly that was supposed to test the strength and resilience of a rather...

Excuse me… Frema Opare!!!

It is a blatant untruth for the Akufo-Addo Government to say that they have been paying the rent for President John Mahama's Cantonments office. It is a brazen falsehood for Akufo-Addo's Government to say...

Xpressive is 2 years

The first of its kind and the best mid-morning live show celebrates two years of consistency, excitement and Fluidity. Xpressive Show, produced by Platinum Live Multimedia, a private Media Production and Management company in...
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What you need to know about teeth whitening

The first thing you notice about others may be their smile. A good smile with an almost perfect set of white teeth is a confidence booster. Multiple factors cause teeth to look dull and lose...

Towards a health resilient community

“This is a very brilliant exercise that would save lives if we could do periodically because I know there are people who stay at home, go into shock or show deteriorating conditions before they...

Diabetes & Your Sugar Level – The 3m&C Solution

The numbers are scary!! In 2019, It was estimated that about 463million people had type 2 diabetes. It is now projected that about 578million people will be living with diabetes by 2030 and about 700million...

Can the broken NPP be fixed? – Lawrence Appiah writes

Some few months ago, I wrote an article and stated emphatically that these new Executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have been elected not to win any national elections in the near future...

Feature: When the apostles of academic freedom religiously pursue the culture of silence

In a recent development, the Council of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has abolished the Junior Common Room (JCR) structure in the six (6) Traditional Halls. This decision is on the...

Spotlighting emerging artists and inspiring Ghana’s women in music benefits us all 

It wasn’t all that long ago that any Ghanaian musician looking to make it professionally had a limited number of options available to them. In fact, for the most part, the only real option was...

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