Africa

CONVERSION OF UNIVERSITY MALE HALLS, A THREAT AGAINST BOYS SCHOOLS AND FREEDOM OF CHOICE

Post Views: 213 Choice is important as it gives evidence of consent from individuals. This is not different when it comes to school selection in Ghana. From the second circle institutions thus senior high level, pupil make choices as to the kind of school they want to attend. The Basic Education Certificate Examination grade system …

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YAFO members Trained at the African Journalists for Economic Opportunities Training in Ghana

Post Views: 185 This year’s African Journalists for Economic Opportunities Training (AJEOT) was beyond expectation. AJEOT 2018 organized by the Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation featured intelligent, well read and great speakers from across the globe on varieties of classical liberal and public policy topics. The three-days residential event at Koforidua Summit Lodge, Ghana was …

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CHALLENGES YOUTHS FACE IN ZAMBIA AND SOME POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

Post Views: 265 Challenges faced by youths in Africa are basically the same from one country to another. Surprisingly, these challenges are an everyday song for every government that come in and go out of governance. In Zambia, the population of the country as of December 2016 stands at 16.53 million people with 4.8 million …

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Gambia’s 53rd Independence Day speech – President Adama Barrow

Post Views: 163 Fellow Gambians, As we celebrate yet another Independence Day, we must reflect on the state of our nation over the past 53 years, and hence the theme of my address focuses on THE ‘NEW GAMBIA’ FOR REFLECTION AND SOUL-SEARCHING FOR INCLUSIVE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. My fellow Gambians, Together, we have ushered the New …

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JAMB is a Barrier to Admission Opportunities for Young Nigerians

Post Views: 140 It has become a common occurrence in Nigeria to see many young, talented youths finding it hard to secure admission into their preferred choice of course in higher institutions. It is difficult in Nigeria to secure admission to study in the university, and only about one in four applicants eventually do. Moreover, …

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What has been stolen from children in Central Africa Republic?

Post Views: 192 From the years 1920 -2017, the people of Central African Republic (CAR) have never enjoyed a peaceful and free prosperous society. From Saint-Sylvestre coup d’état in 1965 through to other coups and various violence up to date have denied the new generation, their basic right to education and a healthy future. The …

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Few Journalists Should Drive Home the Politicians’ Propaganda in Africa; A Cup of Tea for Journalists and Media Houses

Post Views: 141 I would be glad for Ghanaian and African Journalists to take a sip from this cup of tea, with the hope that they would not serve the public less.   I know you want to count yourself out. The truth is inasmuch as we have some journalists doing the right things and …

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TOP CANDIDATES OF YAFO PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE WINS ELECTION AT KNUST

Post Views: 142   Young Africans for Opportunities – KNUST organized presidential debate as part of the students’ electioneering process. The presidential debate for 2018 was in two phases; students’ association under the faculty and the hall of Residents. The presidential debate was organized for the Social Science Society (SOCIOSO) and International Association of Students …

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GIVING INTERIM SOLUTION LEAVES US TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM ANOTHER DAY. GHANA GENERAL LEGAL COUNCIL WITH LI 2355

Post Views: 162 The Legislative Instrument 2355 which has been passed into law by Parliament only gives an interim solution to the problem of getting resources to man professional law training and equal and fair chance to all applicants. More so, the controversy between students of law and Ghana Legal Council is not peculiar to …

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