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African Telecommunications Union and Child Online Africa Launches Africa Week of Action for Child Online Protection

The African Telecommunication Union (ATU) and Child Online Africa (COA) will host the first ever Africa  Week of Action for Child Online Protection (AWA4COP) that will focus on rallying African countries to keep  the momentum and continue creating awareness on Child Online Protection in order to safeguard the  well-being, integrity, and safety of African children online. This week of action …

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EDUCATION IS NOT ABOUT DATA CONSUMPTION – Achimota School Must Appeal Part 1

“Education is what remains after forgetting what you learned in school.” Einstein. I put it this way, ‘’school prepares you to be able to educate yourself for life.’’ Education never ends.  We learn so much in school that a philosophy that makes consumption of data in the classroom as the  most important thing and therefore whatever does not affect it …

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Yasus Afari & MiK “Plain and Simple” song set for June 4 Virtual Launch

The Empowering Father-Daughter Duo – Inspiring, Women, Children, and The Family With the rapid decline of the family values in Jamaica and the world, which is evident in the attack on women, children, and the family, “Plain and Simple” is a welcomed track that provides a well-needed breath of fresh air from Jamaican music legend Yasus Afari, and his daughter …

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Ghanaian Owned Airline Goldstar Air, Prof Bluffs Company Donates Assorted Items To Accra Psychiatric Hospital

Ghanaian owned airline Goldstar Air in conjunction with Prof Bluffs Limited, a US logistics company based in Rhode Island and Ghana on Thursday 27th May 2021  presented assorted items to the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.  The items which consists of new mattresses, bathing soaps, sachets water, assorted drinks, mineral water and personal protective equipments is to enhance  their fight against the …

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ANTON WILHELM AMO: Ghanaian-German Philosopher we almost forgot

Whatever feels, lives; whatever lives, depends on nourishment; whatever lives and depends on nourishment grows; whatever is of this nature is in the end resolved into its basic principles; whatever comes to be resolved into its basic principles is a complex; every complex has its constituent parts; whatever this is true of is a divisible body. If therefore the human …

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ECOWAS suspends Mali over coup

Heads of State of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have suspended the Republic of Mali from the regional body, ordering the military leaders who are currently in charge of the nation to restore the transitional arrangement put in place in August 2020 with the aim of returning the troubled West African state to democratic rule by 27th …

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New York-based Ghanaian Bishop honored by city of Brooklyn

As Ghanaians continue to make an impact in the various communities they live in the diaspora the name of Ghana gains international acclaim. The international community in various countries joined in the activities of the year as Ghana celebrated its 64th post-independence milestone. One such event happened in the Borough of Brooklyn in New York. The President of the Borough …

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Brenda Biya is on YouTube and Cameroon is excited about her channel

While the presidents of African countries have a large sum of power and responsibility, there are pressures and difficulties that their families must deal with while living their whole lives in the public eye. In a video recorded some time ago, Brenda Biya discusses some of these pressures and challenges that she faces as the daughter of Cameroonian President Paul …

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Medical Negligence: Perspective on Legally taking on hospitals in Ghana

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Cases of medical negligence have become a common occurrence in Ghana, causing damages, injury and death. Ghanaians over the years have had to deal with the bizarre, and sometimes awkward, loss of their loved ones at the hands of our medical practitioners at various healthcare facilities across the country. In the last couple of weeks, Ghana’s media space [traditional and new media] …

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