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Once in Ghana were ampe, pampanaa, oware, pempenaa, pi lolo, alikoto, Zanzama, sansankroma, kyemper, Adwoa Ata and many others so dear to our hearts. Traditional games, in past times were held in ...
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  ….But who is to blame? The handlers of local football, the football association (FA) the local media (print and electronic), the fans, the Satellite television stations, the ...
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By: Wendy Kakie Ocansey The yellow fever virus is transmitted by infected mosquitoes, especially from the Aedes species which also spreads the Zika virus –a most recent scare ...
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Chewing gum is common among most Ghanaian section. It is normal for most adult and teenagers to chew gum. Chewing gum which is a sweetened flavored confection has ...
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Ghana has a vibrant press that plays a key role in its political, social, economic and religious discourse. It emerged in the nineteenth and has remained on point ...
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        Abuse of caffeine is the wrongful use of products containing active stimulants. On the other hand,  caffeine is a drug found in coffee and tea that makes ...
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By:Belinda Osei. (L300 PR A). Workers of zoomlion at tema station are calling on the government to help enable them keep the market and the station free from ...
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The beard on men is something we see every day. Some love to keep their beard long whiles others prefer to trim and keep it low. The reason ...
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. Plastic waste indiscriminately strewed swallowing mother Ghana has become an eyesore in the society dredged from chocked gutters clogging our poorly maintenance drainage system. In an attempt ...
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In most cases, one needs a helping hand in pounding Fufu, a common local dish in Ghana, mostly among the Akans. A constant hitting of either boiled cassava, ...
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