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24 June 2016

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WORD: Baffuor Kweku Frimpong Writes…

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MY LOVE My Love I came down from Above So our relationship may evolve. On the cross, Those Nails gave me a shock, I wanted to retreat but I knew there was a cause, it was my purpose. My Love, I came down from above My father Used me as a Sacrificial Lamb, Because nobody […]

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FILM4CLIMATE

22 June 2016

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World Bank’s Connect4Climate Launches #Film4Climate Global Video Competition For the Youth

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Connect4Climate, an initiative of the World Bank and The Italian Government as an action against climate change, has launched the Film4Climate Global Video Competition, open to the youth worldwide. Young  filmmakers are invited to showcase their talents and create either a Public Service Advertisement (< 1 min) or a Short Film (1 – 5 minutes) about climate […]

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curiosity

19 June 2016

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How Curiosity is Key to Greatness

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Curiosity is a very powerful and important aspect of human life. We just cannot seem to live without it. From our interest in the music of popular artistes to everyday recommendations by friends. It is part of everything we do. That is why I find it a cliché to hear people say ‘Curiosity killed the […]

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9 June 2016

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SPOKEN WORD: My Love , My Love!!

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Your eyes ,I like the way they keep me glued, Can’t seem to fathom the effects of the gaze Makes me feel like the runner in the maze confused and lost in thought, I pace Seems you’re looking into my eye bone Straight into my soul where I’m most prone Ready to tell me my […]

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ghana tertiary awards

2 June 2016

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Ghana Tertiary Awards 2016 Nominations Open

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Youth Web Ghana, organisers of the Ghana Tertiary Awards have opened nominations for the 2016 edition of the awards show. The annual event currently in its third year nominated young achievers in the tertiary schools in Ghana. The nominations are open till 31st August 2016 when nominations will close. To enter or nominate somebody you […]

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20 May 2016

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EXCLUSIVE: Perry Tintin Interviews AKOSUA AGO ABOAGYE ( of Peace FM), CEO of Abrabopa Concepts and a seasoned Broadcast Journalist.

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  Perry Tintin ??: There is a tone and a voice that can be heard from afar even from the 5000 people Jesus fed.  One of such indelible marks in the African Broadcasting front, Ghana to be precise is that of Akosua Ago Aboagye. The PTI series is privileged to host her this week.   […]

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15 April 2016

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Guns And Roses

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The church auditorium of Tesano Baptist Church, Tesano, was filled with capacity by the time we got there in Eddy Koomson’s car. He was the groom and I, Kojo Kumi, was his best man. Even me, I get to be a best man. I couldn’t hide my joy. I laughed some more and opened the […]

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14 February 2016

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ASWEAR!! BOYS’ SCHOOL DEY JORM!

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Single sex schools have arguably been accepted as the better type of senior high education experience in Ghana especially. “Forget what you’re saying kraa. Lemme take you through a typical Saturday in a boys’ school”. Read on. Don’t get too excited. Lol. From dawn or early morning, you would hear the house prefect or any […]

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30 January 2016

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WHITE COLOR JOB!

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“You’ve been hired”, said Mr. Agyenim Boateng, aka, Papa Stone, as I later came to know him for. I couldn’t believe my eyes and I thought my mind was playing tricks on me. I looked down on the floor just to be sure if my legs were there, and behold they were right under my […]

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