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Devote More Time On Media Platforms for The Solutions Of Our Serious Socioeconomic Issues Than Internal Party Elections Or Wrangle

  Time wasted can’t be regained irrespective of how it was utilized. For a country to increase and maintain high and quality productivity by the labour force, the number one resource to be extremely well managed for solving diring and problematic issues within our socioeconomic space is time. Be it on radio, TV, print, and websites. A country of approximately …

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The Unbearable Delay Of The Ghana Card – Sheer Incompetence Or Marginalization?

  Independence of a country automatically gives that country’s leaders the liberty to decide on essential issues which will benefit its citizenry for long. The absence of colonial rule makes the leaders to be voted into power not just verbally by the electorates but by proving with a recognized voter’s identification card. Without mincing with words, the political administration of …

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International Press Freedom Day – The Deadly Press Side Of Ghana

  Undoubtedly, it’s been four weeks ago the world marked and jollied the press. The ‘World Press Freedom Day’ I mean. My motherland Ghana was the centre of the celebration in Africa. The history of the press was told. Its current state was discussed not forgetting the potential advancement of the press. Without a shred of doubt, the press in …

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Get Familiar: Meet The Young Ghanaian Media Personality, Dannie Black

The name is Daniel Mensah but widely and affectionately known as Dannie Black, is young enterprising and versatile Ghanaian media personality born to Mr and Mrs Mensah, in Accra and the last child of four siblings. His three best hobbies are; Listening to radio, playing basketball and reading miscellaneously. He started off his journalism career at the defunct Beposo 88.3 FM …

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