LIFESTYLE

PEACE IN GHANA – T.K PAUL CALLS ALL STAKEHOLDERS

One of Ghana’s youngest and finest writer, C.E.O and Peace Ambassador Afidep , Switzerland, calls for peace in Ghana before, during and after election. The brilliant writer whose piece have been touching lives in society as well as motivating young people to aspire to be great men and women in the future mounted a campaign to promote peace using social ...

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S.W.A.G CAMP 2016 : AGAPE TEENS CHURCH MAKES IMPACT

The one week camp meeting organized by Agape New Testament Church -Teens Ministry christened S.W.A.G CAMP has made significant impact. S.W.A.G is an abbreviation which stands for : S – Stay , W – Wide, A – Awake for G – God. The annual teens program of the Agape House Church is an avenue to train the teens to know ...

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What happens?

What happens? What happens when you find that person, that one special person? Who is willing to go that extra mile with you? Who is willing to sacrifice all just to see you smile? What then happens, when you finally find that special someone? That one person you can freely share your dreams and fears And with whom you can ...

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LECTURE HOUR

“The Life and Music of James Varrick Armaah: Growing and protecting youthful talents for national development”. Every individual has his or her unique gifts or talents that ought to be developed, nurturing it and forming a firm foundation. This is key especially given the “rat race” world of ours where people try so hard to earn a living. Among the ...

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CRESPO THE POET HONORED: ” I least expected it”

Crespo the poet, one of the inspirational and finest poet in Ghana was honoured by the Christian Youth Consult – University of Ghana. A citation was presented to him for his contribution not only to poetry in Ghana but his consistency in delivery and inspirational words. He expressed his excitements and thanked God for the recognition. “I want to thank ...

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I dare to dream

I dare to dream Oh how I dream to be his In his embrace I wish it was me His love, now a need I dare to dream Of love sweet as cream Sitting back, diming light Holding tight until it was night And I dare to dream Fine clothes, sparkling jewels, great comfort This and more I found Would ...

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Ginger and your health

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is one of the most commonly used spices around the world and is a popular ingredient in many Ghanaian dishes and beverages. Ginger has also been used in traditional medicine as a cure for many diseases. It is well known for its use in the treatment of nausea and vomiting. However, several articles on the internet and ...

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Shackles

Shackles Band by chains, scars from pain Bruise from whips, blows and canes Crushed, hope to be tamed Soon Pain became my name I wailed as I called out his name Without guilt or shame They watched and walked away Shackles Band by chains, scars from pain For years, held in fear No more fluid for my eyes to tear ...

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THE ART OF GENOCIDE

August 2015, I found myself in the beautiful Central African Republic of Rwanda. It was my first time of visiting any other African country other than the one I reside in. As you can imagine I was excited but not only because of the new experience but for the awesome camp I would be participating in for three short weeks. ...

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