Category: Features

Applying Psychology To Minimise Road Accidents

Applying Psychology To Minimise Road Accidents

I Sat in a “tro tro” yesterday, and I observed in awe how passengers rained insults on the driver and his mate. Some spoke to the mate anyhow, just because the mate had delayed in giving them their change. As I observed the incident, I wondered whether such people knew that their lives were in the hands of the driver […]

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Right To Information:A friend , Not A Foe

Right To Information:A friend , Not A Foe

The Right to Information (RTI) Bill since its introduction in Ghana, has been associated with a number of misconceptions by governments, private bodies, legislature and individuals alike. While some believe that RTI law will promote the infringement of individual privacy due to its ability to grant access to all information including private information, others believe that it will tamper with […]

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Daisaku Ikeda’s ‘Ode To Africa’

Daisaku Ikeda’s ‘Ode To Africa’

Africa, my treasured friend, I respect you from my heart, Africa, motherland of all humanity! The twenty-first century will be a century of Africa. Those who suffer most earn the right to the greatest happiness. Africa, you are the light that shines with a great mission to change the history of humankind.

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Black Star Line: Still  A Sleeping Giant?

Black Star Line: Still A Sleeping Giant?

In the words of Professor Henry Mintzberg,a distinguished Canadian university academician, ‘Corporations doing well possess vision, proficient, innovative, concentrated energy, cooperation, which encompass internal and external factors’. The assertion underscores the salient rudiments required to guarantee longevity coupled with efficiency within corporate organisations. Be it as it may, the 1957 declaration of Ghana’s historic emancipation from the shackles of imperialism […]

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Ensuring Child Pedestrian Safety On Our Roads

Ensuring Child Pedestrian Safety On Our Roads

According to the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), in 2010 there were 19 fatalities per 10,000 vehicles in Ghana. The statistics showed that 43 per cent of the fatalities involved pedestrians and 53 per cent involved occupants of vehicles. What is most worrisome is the alarming 23 per cent rate of all pedestrian fatalities which involved children below the age […]

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The Cost-Free And Drugs-Free Healthcare Of Elohim For Mankind (2)

The Cost-Free And Drugs-Free Healthcare Of Elohim For Mankind (2)

An indirect announcement to this effect is in the Gospel of St John and states thus: “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten […]

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Let’s Be CourTeous In Our  Public Discourse, Please!

Let’s Be CourTeous In Our Public Discourse, Please!

The Supreme Court of Ghana is currently deliberating on the most crucial petition ever presented to a court in Ghana; a petition that prays the Court to set aside the results of a presidential election, as announced by the Returning Officer of presidential elections, the Electoral Commissioner. Members of the panel that constitutes the Court need to focus on extremely […]

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Knowing Oneself Reveals Man’s Unlimited Possibilities

Knowing Oneself Reveals Man’s Unlimited Possibilities

Most Christians struggle literally to achieve a good life through relentless prayer and hard work. Excessive pressure is, thus, brought upon God for His kind personal intervention. The Reason being the belief that we are Christians and, therefore, feel entitled to the best of all the good God has provided. In spite of this, we swim in abject poverty despite […]

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Educating Drivers To Be Responsible On The Road

Educating Drivers To Be Responsible On The Road

In the world, accidents cannot be said to have occurred without pointing fingers at the driver in charge of the vehicle on the road. The spate of road accidents in Ghana can be attributed to many factors including; drunk driving, over speeding, negligence of checking the vehicle situation before taking off, ignorance of road instructions or road signs.

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Oh Give Gargantuan  Thanks Unto Woyome!

Oh Give Gargantuan Thanks Unto Woyome!

Oh give gargantuan thanks unto Alfred Agbesi Woyome, for he is beneficent and his affluence shall last for ever! Why should we give gargantuan thanks unto this man? Let him tell you himself: QUOTE: “I’ve regretted serving Ghana .. I do ask myself why this is happening to me, but I have to live above this and work for God […]

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