• Mob action affects us all

    Mob action affects us all1143

    Three issues are of paramount concern to me in this short piece. These are justice, fairness and inclusiveness. I believe that without these, progress in curbing the various forms of mob action cannot be sustained. Access to justice is the hallmark of a civilised society. And it is the cornerstone on which the entire society

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  • Coping with cerebral palsy condition in Ghana is hell

    Coping with cerebral palsy condition in Ghana is hell304

    Eight month into pregnancy, I felt desperate for help, I needed help to be able to care for my two other children, I needed help especially for my daughter who has cerebral palsy (CP), I needed a care giver. I have spoken to everybody I could think of, colleagues at the office, some friends at

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  • When the military passed the rarest test of democracy

    When the military passed the rarest test of democracy86

    For them, it’s obey before complain! And before you say jack, two jet speed slaps have already introduced a “logoligi” sound in your ears. You may be lucky if the flash alone doesn’t send your eyes into darkness! Jack! I doff my cap to the Ghana military! Wow! You have exhibited a higher form of

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  • The State of Ghanaian Libraries: How can we improve on it?

    The State of Ghanaian Libraries: How can we improve on it?210

    As a developing country like Ghana, there is the need to pay critical attention to the rate at which citizens are committed to accumulating and using information from various sectors without relegating the role of libraries. It is highly significant for the government to pay some special attention to what the libraries could bring on

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  • Rape, disease, neglect; the plight of the street child

    Rape, disease, neglect; the plight of the street child9

    They lie in open spaces. They have no shelter to hide from the rain and sun and in worst cases; they are exposed to thieves and all forms of social vices. This is the predicament of thousands of homeless children across the country. Ghana was expected to take stringent measures to rid children off the

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  • Free Senior High School, a choice in Yagaba

    Free Senior High School, a choice in Yagaba708

    It is one thing to provide quality education for the young generation and another thing for them to embrace and take advantage of what they deserve. Successive governments have introduced policies such as the Free Compulsory Basic Education (FCUBE), the National School Feeding Programme, quality education and currently the free Senior High School (SHS) policy

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