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August, 2017

  • 22 August

    Simon Amegashie-Viglo writes: Pastor Otabil is Human

    Pastor Mensah Otabil is or used to be a veritable role model for most Christians in Ghana. In more ways than one, he has demonstrated discipleship and purposeful commitment to life. His teachings are pretty deep and his examples are refreshingly apt for changing our knowledge, skills and attitude. It …

  • 21 August

    Rev. Otabil, GOD’s Creation Looks Like An Insult?

    By: MATHIAS TULASI Good morning fellow Ghanaians. The statement that was issued by the Central Bank on Monday, 14th August 2017, indicating the Bank of Ghana has approved a purchase and assumption transaction with GCB Bank Limited that transfers of all deposits and selected assets of UT Bank Ltd and …

  • 20 August

    MAKE A RESPONSIBLE AND PROFESSIONAL DECISION WHEN REFERRING A PATIENT

    Referral means transferring a patient’s care either some part or all to another facility that has the special needs of the patient. The needs in this regard may include specialist consultation, investigation, care and/or treatment that may not be met by the referring institution usually from a primary (lower) to …

  • 17 August

    Licensing Teachers Is Not A Remedy To Improving School Performance

    After going through several examinations, school internship programmes and other capacity building workshops in the various Colleges of Education and Teacher Education Universities, The NTC and MOE want to tell Ghanaians that, the training is not enough so teachers have to be re-examined. Which body is going to set the …

  • 16 August

    Which Parent Will You Become?

    BY: MAXWELL GAVI When it comes to how short or tall we appear, traces have been made to genetic factors that offspring inherit from their parents. Zeroing in on this premise, it is palpable that our parents have great roles to perform with regards our intellectual and physical growth. But, …

  • 16 August

    RTP Awards: recognizing and reward voices of change since 2011

    Awards signify recognition of excellence, a reward of an outstanding feat, or a public acknowledgement that inspires one to impact their societies with their exceptional skill and talents. Since 2011, RTP Awards has awarded patriots and key individuals in this country who were largely ignored inspite of the fact that …

  • 15 August

    UT Boss must blame himself; NOT first class graduates and light-skinned ladies

    By Efo Korsi Senyo I woke up yesterday morning with a press release in my email meant for publication with the subject “GCB Bank takes over UT Bank and Capital Bank from August 14, 2014“. The statement further said that the two banks licenses have been withdrawn which means they …

  • 14 August

    Dr. Bawumia predicted the fall of UT, Capital Banks and 6 others?

    During the 2016 general elections which was characterised by political accusations and counter accusation on state of Ghana’s economy, the then Vice Presidential Candidate Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, a well know economist and former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana at a lecture in the topic the state of ‘State of …

  • 14 August

    Sylvester Mensah writes: We need peace and civility in NDC

    By Sylvester Mensah Fellow comrades, A few days ago, I made a statement calling for peace and civility in our relations and engagements within our great party. I thought the language had reached fever-pitch, but no! We were yet to be confronted with statements of immeasurable effect on the quest …

  • 13 August

    National Service Is The Best Platform To Feel The World Outside The Classroom

    The poor National Service Secretariat management and the “felt and/ or perceived corruption coupled with favoritism” at the various directorates have earned the service a new name National Suffering. Beyond that National Service offers us the best opportunity to have a practical field of the world and the job market. …