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BAN ON NOISE MAKINGIN ACCRA NEEDS TO BE REVIEWED.
Looking sharp in my bright African wear, wholeheartedly, I picked up my hymn book headed to church to sing my heart out unto my Lord and God. Moments later to my outmost dismay, we had to sing with our unrefined croaked voices without drums. I stretched out my neck only ...
UG NEEDS A TOTAL OVERHAUL
In the Premier University, it’s a normal phenomena to request and pay for a transcript and return two weeks later only to be given a flimsy excuse like power outage or poor internet connectivity.
It’s also normal to burn the midnight candle and write your brains out in an examination ...
Where is decency?
Yesterday, the streets were very pleasant, serene and modest to look at.
Yesterday, slit and kaba were amongst the most decent Ghanaian cloths one could find, but today new foreign fashions has been inculcated into sewing this once decent slit and kaba with very low cut necklines exposing cleavages, breast, bare ...
UTAG, COULD HAVE DONE BETTER
UTAG, is an agglomeration of well learned professionals, into whose hands the society trustworthily rest the faith of the highest learning institution known to mankind.
These persons hold numerous academic degrees that one could easily loose count.
These professionals are vested with the responsibility to carefully mould students into national leaders ...
I JUST DON’T SEE THE NEED FOR ‘FOUNDER’S
Although March 6, marks independence day in Ghana, inevitably the day is used to celebrate Dr. Kwame Nkrumah who spear headed Ghana to the attainment of independence.
On this day, the media popularly broadcast the independence day speech given by Dr. Nkrumah at the Polo grounds as well as factions of ...
WHY IS THE LEFT HAND REGARDED DIRTY?
I have always been proud of our rich cultural heritage. But one weird aspect of it very much adhered to, that I find it very hard to grasp is the regarding of the left hand as being dirty by the Ghanaian society.
In the Ghanaian society, giving or receiving something ...