Author: Senanu Nyadroh

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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IAEA Submits INIR Mission Report To Ghana

Ghana on Wednesday recorded a major headway in its Nuclear Power agenda, when it received the official report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission through an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) delegation. The two-member delegation, led by Mr Mikhail Chudakov, the Deputy Director-General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy at the IAEA, submitted the report to Mr Boakye Agyarko, Ghana’s Minister of Energy, at a meeting in Accra. Mr Chudakov said the report formed part of Phase One of Ghana’s Nuclear Power Programmes (NPP) of which the INIR mission evaluated the status of the 19...

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John Dumelo Apologizes To KNUST Graduate Who Sells Bread On The Street

Actor John Dumelo who has come under heavy criticism for posting a picture of a KNUST graduate hawking on the streets, has finally apologized. On Saturday, 18th May 2017, John Dumelo posted on his Instagram page a photo of the KNUST graduate, Godfred Obeng Boateng selling bread on the street and wrote: “Just saw a KNUST grad hawking in traffic…What went wrong?” Some Ghanaians, however, descended heavily on Dumelo over the post. After immense pressure, John deleted the post without apologizing. However, it seems John has finally decided to apologize for his post. The actor in a post on...

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Fraud Alert! BoG Warns Public Against MMM Ghana

The Bank of Ghana has warned the public against the activities of a company it says has been taking cash deposits from people without the proper licensing. According to the Bank, the operations of the company, MMM Ghana, constitute that of a ponzi scheme through a virtual office “hence anyone who does business with MMM Ghana does so at his or her own risk”. MMM Ghana claims to be in 118 countries across the globe and with over 226 million participants. It pride itself of giving participants a 30 per cent monthly interest on their deposits and states that...

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