The rise of Citi Tv's Umaru Sanda, remembers his Alma mater
Today, I went back to Asutsuare Junction D/A Basic School. I donned my suit and held an iPad, ( a rarity here) to motivate the school children you see in the background. I left this school 14 years ago. Today, just like the yesteryears, pupils of this school still need more motivation if they will ever make it out of here. I was the most successful student after the Basic Education Exams (BECE) of 2003 with aggregate 12 (which could be considered a terrible performance in Accra). Several years on, the headteacher
Another Sabotage Attack Hits ECG In The Krobo Area
Residents of Manya and Yilo Krobo were opposing the installation of prepayment meters at the time. The Public Relations Officer for Tema Regional ECG, Madam Sakyiwa Mensah, pleaded with individuals responsible for these criminal activities to stop, admonishing them that they risk prosecution if they are apprehended, in an interview with energynewsafrica.com.
The real cause of Chris Tamakloe's death: One of the contestants on Citi TV’s keyboard Idol show.
Loosing 6 teenage footballers just some few days ago and now this talented boy Chris Tamakloe, one of the contestants on Citi TV’s keyboard Idol all to road accidents is very disheartening and something must be done immediately about it. What is happening in the past few weeks, can it now be described as one day one accident? Even to the extent of loosing young talents to the cold hands of death? Surprisingly, I have personally observed that there are fewer accidents on bad roads, and sadly fatal accidents
Check out the benefits of irrigation farming in Ghana
Irrigation in Ghana can be traced to a little over a century ago. As early as 1880, irrigation was practiced on a small-scale basis in the Keta area on the land above flood-level between the lagoon and the sandbar separating it from the sea. It was only in the late 1950s( soon after independence) that the irrigation sector obtained all-round public support. Historical records indicate that the Dawhenya and Asutsuare projects are among the first batch of irrigation projects that received public support in Ghana.