As the world keeps developing every day, technologists and engineers are looking for ways to improve on their innovation, and it is no surprise to see fascinating buildings and great constructions on a daily basis. In this well-researched article today, I have put a lot of effort into showing the three most spectacular bridges in the world, their location and everything you need to know about them, so sit back and enjoy.
If people are to tell you the struggles and pains they go through to make their money in order to live the expensive and flashy lifestyle you see each and every day, I think you will thank your God for whatever you have now and value it because most these lavish lifestyle you see all the time, most of them makes their riches through illegal means of which can end in tears last minute.
Introduction The 1992 constitution of Ghana recognizes the importance of education as a fundamental human right.Education is a potent tool for societal transformation.A comparative analysis of the Asian Tigers- South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia points clearly to the role of quality and affordable education for rapid socio-economic transformation.
street hawkers have jammed the newly constructed four-tier interchange at Pokuase in the Greater Accra Region. Among all the mind-boggling commercial activities going on over the place is a fufu joint on the pavement. From the video circulating on social media, one could see the entire pavement blocked by arranged utensils and pans, then a man pounding fufu with a woman stirring it in such open.
Education is the Key no matter the changing worldly trend. No matter the trend in the world, the school environment changes to accommodate such trend. Through these, colleges has been able to produce intellects and geniuses that helped solved world problems in the past, present and will continue even in the future.
The host of Critical Issues on United Television, Afia Pokua who is also known as Vim Lady has boldly told organisers of the fixthecountry campaign that they cannot eat their cake and still have it.According to her, authorities spend a lot of the resources in the country in providing freebies and a little will be left to fix the country.
On that same day, he had a letter from Microsoft which they were demanding a signature to process his traveling to Singapore . He told the acting director about the content of the letter and that he just needed her signature, she told me in the face, she isn’t going to sign.
New : Ghana Crashes To The Bottom In New : Ghana Crashes To The Bottom In Latest Global School Rankings.
The biggest global school rankings involving 76 countries have been published.Asian countries occupies the top five places and African countries sleeping at the tail end of the list.Singapore heads the table, followed by Hong Kong, with Ghana at the bottom.The UK is in 20th place, among the higher achieving European countries, with the US in 28th.
1.Luxembourg- $109,602.32 2.Switzerland - $81,867.46 3.Ireland - $79,668.50 4.Norway - $67,988.59 5.United States - $63,051.40 6.Singapore - $58,483.96 7.Denmark - $58,438.85 8.Iceland - $57,189.03 9.Qatar - $52,751.11 10.
A school principal from Singapore did something quite strange and unheard-of just before his school had began writing their exams for the term. The principal had written a letter to every parent who happened to have a ward in that particular school. And the message contained in the letter was like none other, he wrote;
The former Bishop of the Kumasi Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, Right Rev Professor Osei Sarfo Kantanka has emphatically stated that the political leadership in Ghana has been a complete failure in tackling poverty in the country since it became a republic. He noted that Ghana Had its independence before Singapore, yet it was still wallowing impoverished whiles, Singapore had become an economic giant and one of the world's richest country.
The Chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Education, Hon. Kwabena Amankwah Asiamah has urged parents to enroll their children into Technical and Vocational schools to acquire technical knowledge for the brightest of their future since they can explore more opportunities in their careers due to their training.
the system of rules which a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties is the perfect definition of law.But some countries have weird laws that rules them.1.It's illegal to chew gum in Singapore Chewing gum is banned in Singapore under the Regulation of Imports and Exports (Chewing Gum) Regulations.
Ghanaian passport holders have access to many countries in Africa and around the world.Currently, a passport holder in Ghana can travel to all the Economic Community of West African States without a visa and also many other countries in Africa, Asia, Oceania, Caribbean and Americas as well as Middle East, in which some of them a visa free whiles others are visa on arrival.
snakes in the world belong to the python and boa families.Which family contains the biggest depends on whether you are measuring these reptiles by weight or length.While man-eating snakes are exceptionally rare (although it has been known to happen), there are some truly huge species slithering about on our planet.Reticulated pythons live in southeast Asia and while they are typically found in rainforests, woodland and grasslands, their habitat preference seems to depend on their location.
In our daily lives, we eat fruits, vegetables, cereals among others, but our main focus for this article is banana and their benefits. Here are some benefits of Banana 1.Banana helps improve the digestive system and heart function. According to research dietary fiber improves the digestive system.
People who live in cleaner countries tend to live longer than people in dirtier surroundings. People give a lot of importance to cleanliness and prefer to live in places which are environmental friendly. Keeping any country with major cities clean is no small task, but the world's cleanest countries have figured out a balanced between population and sanitation and work tirelessly to be the cleanest and most efficient countries.
This year marked the 50th anniversary of the St. Gallen Symposium, an international meeting of current and future leaders from around the world.The three-day intergenerational dialogue drew 1,000 participants from the University of St. Gallen campus, an international center in Singapore, ten Swiss embassies around the world, and elsewhere online.
As the world sees different inventions everyday.You know the future is going to be exciting, new technologies to improve every aspect of our lives.Every day we use gadgets that didn’t exist 5 years ago, and it seems that it’s impossible for anything to surprise us.
Salvage groups in Indonesia have ventured up their quest for a submarine and its 53-man team that disappeared over 24 hours prior, as specialists communicated their anxiety about the results of a potential oceanic catastrophe on the archipelago on Thursday.The KRI Nanggala-402 was directing live-fire torpedo practices north of the island of Bali when it lost contact at about 3am on Wednesday morning (20:00 GMT on Tuesday).