Dead Tilapia on Lake Volta, What you didn't know - Daniel Owiredu

The aquaculture industry has a great potential and a pretty consistent value chain that is increasingly becoming an important employer of people from varied social classes. With functional structures

Dead Tilapia on Lake Volta, the Real Issues - Daniel Owiredu

Introduction

The aquaculture industry has a great potential and a pretty consistent value chain that is increasingly becoming an important employer of people from varied social classes. With functi

Top Candidates of YAFO Presidential Debate Win Election at KNUST - Ghana

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation's (ILAPI) flagship organization, Young Africans for Opportunities (YAFO) that focuses on linking young people with opportunities across the glob

Interim Solution to Solve the Problem in our Legal Education is Wrong

The Legislative Instrument 2355 which has been passed into law by Parliament only gives an interim solution to the problem of getting resources to man professional law training and equal and fair chan

Religious Immorality on the Rise

To start my ranting, I will first treat you to these figures from the 2010 Population Census, specifically on Religion. According to the census, these were the percentages; No Religion 5.3, Catholic 1

Petition to the Inspector General of Police

The Inspector-General of Police Ghana Police Service National Headquarters, Accra.  

Dear Sir,

PETITION TO INVESTIGATE AN ALLEGED FRAUD/FORGERY AT GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE HEADQUARTERS

We w

Reduction on Electricity Tariffs should have a Focus

I am happy the president has spoken emotionally well at the independence parade. Prior to the celebration of Ghana @61, Government of Ghana (GOG) reduced electricity tariffs on electricity consumption

Banks In Ghana Need to compete Not To Merge - Peter Bismark

The recent Bank of Ghana’s (BOG) Policy to merge banks have been influenced mainly by the increase in capitalization. This is due to the increment of Bank of Ghana’s minimum capita

MY First Semester Experience at My University In Hungary

If you are reading this in the morning I say Jó reggelt (Good morning), if it's in the afternoon, I extend the greetings Jó napot and if it's in the evening, I re

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