Cakpos

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Charles
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Shama, Western, Ghana
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#computer# hard disk# memory# maintenance# softwareHave you ever wondered why some computers work better and last longer than others? Well, it takes constant care and maintenance.Here are few simple steps that will help you keep your files safe and clean.Firstly, (Step 1): Update your softwareSecond…

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In a troubling development for education in Ghana, the government's persistent failure to settle its debts with the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has sparked concerns and criticism. Since 2022, an outstanding amount of 340 million Ghanaian cedis has been owed to WAEC, with only a fraction…

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On Monday, 31st August, 2015, I went to bed as early as 8:00pm. In my sleep, I had a dream about my new school. I made new and exciting friends; interesting and motivating teachers, also appeared to me, in my dream. One of the teachers had been on duty on that day and led us to sing some nursery rhy…

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Great was my expectation on this day, Monday, the 24th day of August, 2015. By this time, the two-week Summer Classes organized for the pupils were over. The school was empty of children, noise and filth. My mother and I had earlier on been asked to return to the school and make the necessary school…

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The day was Tuesday, the 18th day of August, 2015. I woke up from sleep on that fateful day, at about 5:30am. I had longed for that day to come with excitement – what am I going to do on that day? Who am I going to meet? Will I make new and interesting friends? All of these and many more ran through…

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Ghana was the first black African Nation in the south of the Sahara to gain independence from the colonial masters, the British in March, 1957. Ghana is a member of the African Union and ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States), an economic forum established for the sixteen West African…

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The English dictionary gives the following information to define who a Principal is.Chief administrator of a schoolChief executive and chief academic officer of a university or college. Drawing conclusions therefore, from the definition above, here are some guidelines for effective school principals…

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As the African Union celebrates its 2024 theme: "Educate and Skill Africa for the 21st Century," the Educate Africa Institute (EAI) calls on African governments to shift from theoretical education to practical, skills-based learning. This shift is essential for creating a skilled workforce that can…

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Free Movement of African People in Africa:The Borderless Africa – Free Movement Campaign is a product of the All-African Movements Assembly (AAMA) held from 29-31 August 2022 in Arusha Tanzania, bringing together over 600 members of Africans Rising – Pan-African social movements, activists, human ri…

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The term, 'galamsey' originated from Wassa-Hemang in a small town called Prestea in the Western region of Ghana; almost a hundred years ago. This is when the early foreign visitors from Europe first set foot on the land. History has it that, the group of Tourists was led by one Priston, whose name w…

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In 1957, when Ghana emerged as the first black African Nation in the south of the Sahara to gain independence from the colonial masters, the British; all Africans hailed that achievement and held it in high esteem. Little did we know or realize that it only set the pace for self-imposed colonization…

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BORDERLESS AFRICA!

Ghana was the first black African nation in the south of the Sahara to gain her independence from the British in 1957. But, what was the aftermath of this achievement?

Let our People Move:
1. Free Movement of African People in Africa.

The Borderless Africa – Free Movement Campaign…

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Introduction / Preamble The illegal mining activity to extract gold and other mineral resources, popularly known as ‘Galamsey’ is on the increase and growing in alarming proportion in Ghana. Those who engage in such acts have been identified as young people, sometimes resident in and around the comm…