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January, 2017

  • 22 January

    The Fate Of The Graduate Teacher -GES Ignores The Intellects Of The University Trained Teacher.

    According to John Dewey an American philosopher, the main purpose of Education is for the reconstruction of society. When people spend years in school to get quality education, the whole society benefits. The person doesn’t acquire the knowledge and skills for themselves but for the betterment of the society. Over the years, giving back to society through education has been …

  • 15 January

    The Choice Between History and “Heroism”: WANEP’s love letter to Jammeh

    January 14 2017 An Open Letter to His Excellency, Sheikh Professor Dr. Alhagi Yahya AJJ Jammeh Babili Mansa, President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of The Gambia Sheikh Professor Dr. Alhagi Yahya AJJ Jammeh Babili Mansa President, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of The Gambia Banjul, The Gambia Your Excellency, The Choice Between History and …

  • 13 January

    Meet The World Heaviest Egyptian Woman Enam Ahmed Abd El Aty (Photos)

    A 36-year-old identified as Enam Ahmed Abd El Aty is believed to be the heaviest human being in the world. The Egyptian woman who weighed 5kg (11lb) at birth has not been able to leave home for twenty-five years (25). India’s Hospital Mumbai’s Saifee has come to the aid of the woman and is currently building a special facility designed …

  • 4 January

    6 Helpful Advices Single Christians Should Know About Dating Apps, Like Ghana’s Sweeedy.Com

    A social discovery platform (like Ghana’s Sweeedy.com) is simply a modern instrument God can use to join two single Christians together. It is a modern instrument because during the biblical times such platforms for singles did not exist in the same form as it is presently. A journey through the Holy Bible revealed that families assisted their young men and …

December, 2016

  • 30 December

    Tips for a Happy Living

    Beautiful tips for a healthy loving daily life. Read it Heavy rains remind us of challenges in life.  Never ask for a lighter rain, just pray to God for a better umbrella. – That is the attitude! Life is not about finding the right person, but creating the right relationship. It’s not how we care in the beginning, but how …

  • 30 December

    Remove Temporary Folks before 2017

    I got this post from a friend on whatsApp. He didn’t write this originally though; I thought it’s a good and powerful piece for the world. So I decided to share with everyone before the New Year. And it reads… Never put Temporary people in the Permanent place of your life, and don’t be afraid of removing the Wrong People …

  • 23 December

    Dealing With The Razzmatazz And Euphoria of Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant

    National Debates must be characterized by Patriotism, Sincerity and Substance. We must hold our leaders accountable by what they say they will do for the people. We must never run away from speaking the truth even if it hurts. The debate surrounding Mount Coffee Hydropower Plant is becoming increasingly interesting and I thought to weigh in from where I sit. …

  • 15 December

    Partnering for impact: How government and the private sector can advance skills development in Africa

    Partnerships are a fundamental tenet of progress and should be leveraged to accelerate development results by harnessing the power of technology and innovation, says Abey Tau, Public Affairs and Corporate Citizenship Manager for Samsung Electronics, Africa Office. LAGOS, Nigeria, 15 December 2016,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Private sector participation needs to be viewed as not only valuable to education and skills …

  • 13 December

    More than one business? Here’s how to manage them at the same time, effectively

    By Anton van Heerden (http://APO.af/5pHMKP), Executive Vice-President, Africa & Middle East at Sag JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, December 12, 2016/ — “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question that most of us heard by the time we were four years-old, with the expectation that the answer would be a single profession or career. But times …

  • 13 December

    Crowding the private sector into Africa’s climate action

    It is in the enlightened self-interest of African private sector to begin to mobilise investment capital for Africa’s climate action. LAGOS, Nigeria, December 12, 2016/ — The global community for climate action was spooked by the November 8 election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States. The US President-elect had earned the sobriquet of “climate denier,” …