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Green Ghana Day: A Day of Planting, A Year of Abandoning Seeds.

Climate change is essentially a long-term shift in temperature and weather patterns. It is a global concern. Climate Action is the 13th Sustainable Development Goal. Here, the purpose is to limit human-caused climate change. Climate change threatens life on Earth by posing the threat of unfavorable outcomes such as strong droughts, water scarcity, devastating fires, …

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Guardians Become Predators: The Rise of Ghana’s Shadow Crisis Between Security Forces and Citizens

Ever since Ghana adopted the practice of Democracy in 1992, only one attribute is equally identified by all when counting our successes with this practice. With the demerits, we could count hundreds in minutes. Democracy, as with every other practice in the world, comes with its negative impacts. African Democracies including Ghana have tasted many …

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Ghana’s Debt Crisis: The Consequences of Six Years of Reckless Borrowing and Mismanagement.

Last year December (28/12/2021), I wrote an article titled “Trouble in Paradise: Ghana, the Land of Gold & Wahala”. In this article, I detailed the dangerous economic mess Ghana finds itself in and the consequences for the nation. In the year 2022, Ghana experienced most of what was predicted in the article. Ghana is currently …

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The Erosion of Journalism Ethics: Unveiling the Dark Side of Media Consultancy in Ghana

The practice of gathering, verifying, and publishing news and information to the public serves an important role in society as a watchdog, a forum for educated debate, and a means of holding those in power accountable. Journalism’s key purposes include informing the public, promoting transparency, and encouraging an engaged and well-informed populace. The public trust …

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What African Governments Must Do Right! – Sammy Adjei

Fortunately for Africa, its leaders are now taking the reality that required making sure key important paradigms of development were observed and followed on keenly. Even though, the African continent makes steady economic gains, too many countries are not positioned to sustain their progress. They continue to rely excessively on low-agricultural productivity for rural employment and …

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How Moghalu, Sowore and Probably Durotoye Can Win 2019 Presidential Election – Opinion

The idea to write this article didn’t come to me until the discussion had gotten heated. On the 2017-2018 AIESEC in Ife group page, my friends were arguing about the forthcoming election. The conversation was sparked when a fellow AIESECer posted a list of President Buhari’s achievement till date. The message was heavily biased because …

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Understand the Economics; Don’t Compare Price Increase to Corruption or Evil during Coronavirus Pandemic, The Case of Ghana

Market interactions and the corrupt practice of some greedy public officials are not the same. You cannot be justifying the demand and supply to equate corruption. The market is natural, there is always an interaction to reach equilibrium which allows for the creation of a win-win situation. Coronavirus cases in Ghana have increased the demand …

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