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Ghanaian Playwright Kobina Ansah Hollers Over Painful Setbacks In Stage Production In Ghana

A few minutes past midnight. On my PC is a new script of a play. On my table are scraps of strategies; sales and marketing. In my bin are rejected sponsorship proposals. Cluttered on my mind are so many Goliaths that will need to be defeated with my little resources …

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MUST READ: 5 Sumptuous Ghanaian Meals Slowly ‘Dying Out’

There are some things that only our forefathers will know. There are other things that our generation may know which generations to come will never know. How did we get here? How do we allow our traditions, culture and heritage go extinct? Only some things are deemed important to keep …

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EDITORIAL: Civilians Should Not Be Encouraged To Be Building Police Stations

I support and encourage civilians going their own way to contribute to national development without direct support from government or political leaders. It could be the building of hospitals, clinics, rehab centers, recreational centers, libraries, or even the construction of roads. I’m however of the opinion that civilians MUST NOT …

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VIDEO/EXCLUSIVE PICTURES From Indian/Vedic Blessing Ceremony Of Arts/Entertainment Writer Osarfo Anthony – CHECK THEM OUT

Arts and Entertainment Writer, Osarfo Anthony, had his Traditional and Vedic Blessing ceremony on 26th January and 27th January, 2018 respectively. The traditional marriage, which per customs and beliefs, is an affair largely between the couple’s families and close associates, was on a low profile – but full of pageantry …

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INTERVIEW: Chairperson Of Ghana Music Award Is 50 Years Today – Shares His Story On Entering The Arts Industry, VGMA, Industry Players Behaviour, Politics, Philosophies Of Life – MUST Read …….

Chairman Of Ghana Music Awards (popularly christened VGMA), Nii Ayite Hammond, has turned 50 years today and we at Presspeep.com are very happy for him. “50 year ago today, at the George Washington University hospital in Washington DC, Mrs. Patience Fofo Hammond had her most painful childbirth, having to go …

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OPINION: How Has The Many Project Works Tertiary Graduates Write Helped/Helping Solve Ghana’s National Problems – Read And Lets Discuss

As part of their academic pursuits, final year students of various tertiary institutions who study for First Degree (and some Diploma) are required to select topics and do research on them – popularly known as Project/Research Work/Long Essay. It is a brilliant academic requirement because it offers the students the …

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EDITORIAL: Non-Muslims Should Allow Muslims To Call NPP’s Samira Bawumia To Order – Socio-Political Populism Is Getting Into Her Head

Samira Bawumia

The wife of the Vice President of Ghana, Samira Bawumia, is a decent and beautiful lady, but it appears the seeming showering of praises and admiration from sections of the public, is making her over look few sensitive issues. Samira Bawumia attended the Ghana @ 60 celebration on 6th March, …

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EDITORIAL: Petition To Get Counsellor Lutterodt Off The Media Space Is A Big Fat Joke

I’ve read reports in which one Nii Aryee, is calling on the public who think like him to sign a petition to have popular Counselor Lutterodt taken off the media space because according to this Nii, “Anytime I sit down and listen to Counselor Lutterodt speak on radio when he …

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EDITORIAL: Criminalizing Homosexuality Is ‘Criminal’ And Illogical – A Look At An Ongoing Debate For And Against It In Ghana

The debate on homosexuality rears its head every now and then in Ghana and just like any subject, there are some who argue for and those against it – but the latter’s arguments always fall flat when subjected to relative logics on sexual orientation. One of the lifeless arguments always …

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OPINION: Editor Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo Lost The Plot – By Calling On Gospel Musicians To Return Their VGMA Plaques!

I still have on my phone a video that once went viral on social media, but which I still watch occasionally to remind myself of how level-headed people with stated (or assumed) interest in an issue, should behave and/or talk when need be. I am referring to that 2007 video …

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