Author: Senanu Nyadroh

WAEC Releases 2017 WASSCE Provisional Results

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released provisional results for the candidates who sat for the 2017 West African Senior Schools Certificate Examinations (WASSCE). In a statement released on Wednesday, WAEC announced that provisional results of the May/June WASSCE can be accessed on their website whiles hard copies are being prepared to be dispatched to the various schools. The statement indicated that, based on the provisional results, the performance at A1-C6 in English Language and Mathematics showed marked improvements over the results for 2016. In English Language the performance increased from 53.19% in 2016 to 54.06% in 2017,...

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We Didn’t Give Adwoa Sarfo Land- GAEC

The MP for Dome Kwabenya, who is also the deputy Majority leader in Ghana’s parliament, has been the subject of inexorable trolling on social media for claiming a school built in her constituency was through her personal efforts. She claimed in a video that went viral on social media that she lobbied the World Bank to fund the construction of the school in her constituency. The school block in question is one of the community day schools former President John Mahama’s government promised and built. After receiving massive bashing from the NDC, letters have emerged supporting some of the...

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Nana Addo’s Daughter Denies Involvement In BOST Saga

Edwina Akufo-Addo, the daughter of President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has denied any involvement in the contaminated fuel saga raging at the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST). Ms Akufo-Addo was responding to claims reportedly made by a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, that there were rumours linking the first daughter to the scandal at BOST. BOST came under the spotlight when it was revealed that it had sold 5 million litres of contaminated products to unlicensed companies in a deal that several observers claim cost the nation millions of cedis. Mr Gyamfi...

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Former President Kufour: ‘Qualified, Very Intelligent’ But Unemployed Graduates Can Threaten Peace Unless…

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has warned of an imminent security crisis unless political leaders in Africa and elsewhere in the world take the unemployment challenge seriously. He said graduate unemployment, especially, could result in the overthrow of constitutionally elected governments unless steps are taken to resolve it. “Every year these universities and other tertiary institutions are putting out hundreds of thousands of students – qualified, very intelligent – and in the age of IT, they read and understand and see whatever is happening around the world. “If such resourceful youths will leave universities – and not counting their...

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Mob Justice Worrying

I am worried about the mob action that took the life of Captain Adam Mahama and the numerous incessant mob actions across the country. I mean this could happen to any of us, if you’ve ever wondered! Mob action is completely barbaric and unjustifiable and must be a concern for all peace loving people. I am worried that the first point of contact in a suspected criminal case was not to the Police but the Assembly man. Now, this must stop and any efforts towards achieving this aim must not be spared before this menace gets out hand. Well-meaning...

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