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Enlightenment of the Electorates: YAFO Presidential Debate with Association of Students of English KNUST
Young Africans for Opportunities-KNUST in collaboration with the Association of Students of English, KNUST organized a fourth edition of the
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YAFO Ambassadors Identify Public Policies Limiting Economic Freedom in respective Countries during the February edition.
Ambassador course is a four-week online certificate course to help in educating students, entrepreneurs and young professional on the principles
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The Public Order Act in Zambia
The Public Order Act in Zambia is used to repress rights and freedom of expression, association and assembly. The human
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Taxation and Liberty: Government Policy That Limits the Realization of Liberty
Taxation is a process by which government through a taxing authority imposes a tax. Taxation applies to all types of
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Limitation of Ghanaian’s Freedom: The Case of the National Land Policy-YAFO Ambassador
Introduction of Land Policies in Ghana had had its root from the colonial era. During the colonial regime, a number
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Nigeria; The Laughing Stock of The International Community
When I started this article, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had just postponed a national election they had four years
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How Moghalu, Sowore and Probably Durotoye Can Win 2019 Presidential Election – Opinion
The idea to write this article didn’t come to me until the discussion had gotten heated. On the 2017-2018 AIESEC
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YAFO LAUNCHES AMBASSADOR COURSE, JANUARY 2019.
Students, Entrepreneurs and Young Professionals have asked the question; how does one join YAFO? As an organization our doors are
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YAFO-UCC EVENT DUBBED OPPORTUNITY SUMMIT ORGANIZED ON 17TH NOVEMBER, 2018 UNDER THE THEME “STRATEGIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NETWORKING” AT SASAKAWA CONFERENCE
Unemployment constitutes one of the key labour market challenges in Ghana. It reflects the willingness and desire of young students
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