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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ethnicity: Should it be the Reason for Us to Slit Each Other’s Throat?

Like an unending battle, Ghana has been constantly fighting inter-ethnic conflicts which seem to emerge as a result of each trying to present themselves as the most superior group to the other. Culturally, almost all ethnic groups welcome their own people rather than from different ethnic groups. Endogamous (the practice of marrying within a specific ethnic group, class, or soc...

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The Authorities On Inter City Transit ‘Trotro’ Buses

I bet this piece should be spinning on the page of ‘trotro diaries’ (bus diaries) but for the essence of addressing local issues, I deem it necessary to pin it to my wall. For the indigenous Ghanaian, today’s piece may not be too strange yet could spark surprises along the line because there has been some new twists to the usual routine. As you know, there are three main ...

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10 SHOCKING FACTS ABOUT THE AFRICAN LOVER

“There are four questions of value in life… What is sacred? Of what is the spirit made? What is worth living for? and what is worth dying for? The answer to each is the same – Love.” ~ Don Juan deMarco. Now let’s walk through these secrets of love from around the world before the real deal. The European man who wins the heart of the woman is celebrated thus he...

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Why Lustrous African Beads Should Be For Everyone

Many people wear beads for various reasons and in different ways. For the pure African, beads are not just colourful accessories but a sense of cultural relish. The origin of beads can be traced thousands of years back in history. Beads and bead making has therefore been a relevant aspect of the cultural heritage of the indigenous African. Its popularity cuts across the length ...

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