Opinions

John Mahama: The Most Corrupt V.P. of the Fourth Republic

After Anas A. Anas’ video about Cocoa smuggling along the Western corridor was released, three Cocoa purchasing companies were consequently banned from operating in the country. One of these companies was Amarjaro Holdings/Limited. But in less than six months, the ban on Amarjaro was magically and quietly lifted. As usual, the Mill- Mahama Administration would have succeeded in keeping Ghanaians ...

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Unblushing Leaders

How can the leaders of this country be so shameless in spreading horrible news that will maculate the image of the country? The leaders of the country must learn how to solve problems that arise in the country. In recent time, a lot of issues have arise and these issues have been taken as a political statements and the most worrisome thing is that whiles political members try to comment about the issues

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Running from danger to face your fears…

Many people confuse themselves when dealing with their fears and dangers. People are willing to face danger as a sign of bravery and courage than facing the fear that is ruining their dear lives. They stare at danger in the face and run from their “fears” in life

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Ghana First

We Ghanaians no matter what we are made up of or what political party we are affiliated to, we must always make sure that the country is also at our heart. During our statements and our actions we must make sure that we say a word that will bring peace, tranquility, and unity for development

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You are not the first to fail…

Failure happens, when you “throw in the towel” to end the fight of life. Failure is staying down, when you need to get up and fight. Never be discouraged when you fail; but rather be encouraged to fight harder. Failure is not to feared, it’s only a caution about how rough life can be. It is better to fail at something than to try nothing at all

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2011 “The Year Of Action”- The Role Of The Youth In National Development

Youth have some responsibility towards this country. Ghana has majority of its population to be youth and so the youth have responsibility towards the development of the country, if there will be sustainable development then the youth must be a key figure. We need to learn from yesterday and live with hope for a better tomorrow, if the country had made use of the youth some years ago, the country would have been better than what we are seeing now

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3 Strategies to living your dream

If Failure is a stepping stone, then success must be the last stone you rest on after you have accomplished your dream. There is only one success in life and that is what I call “living your beautiful dream”. This can further be elucidated by saying there is nothing so comforting, than being able to achieve your dream. To be a successful person in life, there are three strategies to consider

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Contributions of Fairtrade to the cocoa industry in Ghana

A report published by Reuters Television revealed Ghana produces 14% of the total production of the world's cocoa. In spite of this glowing achievement cocoa farmers receive a very little percentage of the revenue generated by chocolate manufacturing companies across the globe through the sales of chocolate bars (Reuters 2009). An International Cocoa Organisation (ICO) reports also revealed that West African farmers, supply 70 percent of all cocoa to feed the chocolate industry worldwide.

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Opinion: A case of Akufo-Addo and the NPP’s Desperation, All Die-Be Die!

When Napoleon realised the wisdom, the crafty nature and the leadership style of Snowball in the Animal Farm, the only plan he thought of then was to incite the rest of the animal family against Snowball. The only excuse and lies Napoleon had to tell was that Snowball was collaborating with their enemy, the human being, that were defeated to overtake the farm. This is the case of Akufo-Addo and the NPP

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Asantehene Has A Right To Own Property Abroad

Last December, the Sunday Times of London and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) were alleged to have reported that His Royal Majesty, the Asantehene, had acquired a 5-million-dollar mansion in the United Kingdom (See “Manhyia Declines Comment on $5 Million Mansion” Ghanaweb.com 12/14/10).

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