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EDITORIAL: Flagstaff House Renamed Golden Jubilee House – Why I Say This NPP-NDC Politics Is A Bogus Game We Should Throw Away One Day

I read around on 5th January, 2017, only to chance on a report that the Flagstaff House – Ghana’s seat of Government – has been re-christened the Golden Jubilee House as Nana Akufo-Addo takes office from January 7, 2017. The official seat of government was known as the Flag Staff …

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EDITORIAL: Ghana Bar Association Should Check Lawyers Who Dress Shabbily To Court – Some Are Too Bad

Having gained some little experience from the legal ballpark as a court room reporter before as well as facing trial over a publication, another thing I’ve picked from the legal circles is how poor some lawyers dress to court. On the court’s premises, one cannot readily identify who a lawyer …

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REPORT: Management Of Bad Girl Rashida ‘Malafaka’ Has Taken Off Her Controversial Video From Facebook – To Build A Positive Image For Her

Management of 2016 Jigwe Award winner, Rashidatu Mohammed, whose controversial video popularized the term ‘malafaka’, has finally pulled down the controversial video from Facebook two months after its release. In an interview with freelance journalist, Lord Kweku Sekyi, Bismark Atta Boamponsem (Mr. Awesome), who currently heads Rashida’s management team, said …

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EDITORIAL: GH Female Musicians Should Also Form Die-Hard-Fan Base Like SM4Lyf, BhimNation, SarkNatives – It’s Really Working

As Ghana’s music industry grows, musicians have utilized several promotional tools to build fan page, ensure visibility, and support for their crafts via; social media (Facebook accounts, pages/groups, Instagram, Twitter, and the likes) and of course traditional media – newspapers, radio, and TV. Among them all, one that has really …

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REPORT: US Government Begins Asking Foreign Visitors To Provide Social Media Accounts

The U.S. government has started requesting foreign travelers to provide their social media accounts when they arrive in the country, a move designed to spot potential terrorist threats but raised questions over public privacy. The new policy went into effect last week and applies only to travelers who enter the …

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