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Monthly Archives: January 2014

IS RELIGION DEVOURING GHANAIANS?

What people associate with as faith, usually based on doctrines and mysteries, come across as a phenomenon termed as religion. Culture on the other hand is simply the lifestyle of a group of people. Now, can anyone say that religion has devoured Ghanaians? Comments thrown in on this topic include the following; Ghanaians swerve reality and hide behind religion to make excuses f...

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JUST ONE LIFE TO LIVE – KOMLA DUMOR PASSED THROUGH THIS LIFE …

It is one thing to knock on the warrior’s door and another, to open it. Well, the fact is, doors and warriors are worlds apart, so what has it got to do with today’s post? The mood of this nation hung dense on the heads of  all – an atmosphere  filled with so much sadness and grief. I cannot contain it all, I can only share this emotion with as many as share in ...

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TASTE AFRICA IN STYLE – PLANTAIN FUFU WITH SEA FOOD LIGHT SOUP

This dish is my twist to a traditional African Ghanaian dish. Really, it is a fantastic healthy comfort food, for a winter night or for the typical Ghanaian, anytime of the year. Have this for your dinner guest and they will love it! PLANTAIN FUFU WITH SEA FOOD LIGHT SOUP TOTAL TIME: 55 min Cook: 45 min Prep: 10 min Servings: 6   INGREDIENTS 12 little neck clams 12 Mussel...

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Homosexuality taking over Senior High Schools Students in Ghana; Who Cares?

One of the top news bulletin that soared last week revealed that some single sex senior high schools especially in girls high schools had certain freshers (form 1 students) being coerced into lesbianism activities.   According to the report, a victim from OLA Girls High School, name withheld, came out to blatantly plead the indulgence of the government to salvage the situa...

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Tear Streaked Face of The Helpless African Child

Though not a ‘virgin’ subject, it still comes across painful to learn of children in rural areas go through so much suffering particularly in the area of health, due to low levels of education, poverty, poor health environment, lack of education, food, basic health services and insurance access just to mention a few; in Africa. I felt particularly distressed, realizing that...

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