Why religion could be Africa’s best tool to fight climate change

Religion is the food, soul and spirit of many in Ghana and Africa. Regardless of what religion they belong to, Ghanaians show the fondest love and reverence for religion. Others may take religion differently from the act of worship of God, god or a superbeing but none matters to the

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Meet Elizabeth: The Lady Brightening Her ‘Small’ Corner

According to an American Author, Jentezen Franklin, impossible odds set the stage for amazing miracles and success. This may be the motivating words pushing Miss Elizabeth Offei Korkor to be determined for success in the face of setbacks. Miss Korkor is a level 300 student of Wisconsin International University College,

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The inimitable national medical equipment replacement programme under Mahama

This US$264 million initiative ensured the provision of critical diagnostic and treatment equipment for over 150 hospitals nationwide. These included all old Teaching Hospitals, all old Regional Hospitals, 125 District Hospitals, 14 Health Centres and 8 Mobile Clinics. The equipment received by the hospitals varied from Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

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Mahama’s infrastructure in the health sector is matchless in the history of Ghana

In his quest to put people first in the health sector, Mahama’s Government pumped billions of Ghana cedis into the provision of modern hospitals and the upgrading of facilities for speedy and quality healthcare delivery. The Mahama-led Government undertook many major hospital projects which could deliver about 6,000 new hospital

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Restore the Ghana Cedi to end economic woes – policy analyst advises government

The value of a currency, in my opinion, is one of the important factors in determining the performance of an economy. It determines import and export levels, the type of external investment an economy attracts, interest rate differentials, and the prices of goods and services. When a currency falls in

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EC gradually becoming a tyrant , NDC may lose the battle if Ghanaians and NPP stay quiet

Ghana is home to over 30 million people according to the last census and majority of them are either voters or people closer to the voting age. The political twins in Ghana, the NDC and NPP are both on a mission to either annex or retain the seat of government

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