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LEAVE THEIR MARRIAGES OUT OF THE EQUATION

After the BBC so-called ‘investigations’ on SEX FOR GRADES which aired on Facebook live, TV3 and other media platforms on Monday, two Ghanaian lecturers Dr. Paul Kwame Butakor, Professor Ransford Gyampoh and a Nigerian lecturer Dr. Boniface Igbeneghu have found themselves in ‘hot waters’. Though Professor Gyampoh, in a Joy news reportage, has tried to […]

Christiana Afua Nyarko writes: GES, Education Ministry, Let your ‘yes’ be your ‘yes’

Despite the massive uproar on the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) curriculum, the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service, via media confabs and series of media interviews and publications, debunked negative perceptions of forcing LGBTQ ideology, ‘free sex’ experiments, usage of condomns etc. on children. The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has […]

Comprehensive Sexuality Education: An initiation to sex perversion

Two days ago, an endorsed version of the so-called Comprehensive Sexuality Education was sent to me. Scanning through the 33 page document, I realised that this new curriculum is nothing but an attempt to initiate our kids into a world of sexual perversion. Why am I saying so? Hear my Arguments before u draw any […]

Who controls the climate change narrative? Can Africa be in the driving seat?

“We have outsourced the task of taking care of our problems and at the same time the opportunity we have with it… “ Ali Mufuruki. I reflected over the words of Ali Mufuruki, Tanzania’s entrepreneur, philanthropist and leadership coach at a recent African Leadership meeting held in Dar. I remember pondering away, weighed by the […]

Christiana Afua Nyarko writes: Demise of the Takoradi Girls; another blot on the Ghana Police Service

As I pen down my thoughts concerning the demise of our beautiful, young and promising Takoradi Girls, I feel so heartbroken. My deepest condolences go to the affected families. God in his wisdom comfort their grieving souls, their ‘beautiful jewels’ are gone for life. Now let us visit the real issues. Why were the Senior […]

Human Rights Reporters Ghana back calls for police to be schooled on Human Rights

The brutality of the Police force in Ghana is bad, but will it ever stop on its own or something more drastic needs to be done? The Ghana Police Service is an important government security service charged with maintaining internal security, law and other. Their functions are vital to the safety of all persons living […]

Kidnapping, All you need know to stay safe-Human Rights Reporters Ghana

Kidnapping in Ghana has raised its ugly head in 2019 and has continued without any concrete solution. The kidnapping of three (3) girls among others on different occasions in the Western Region of Ghana have sent shivers down the spine of every Ghanaian. This became a wake up call for the police force including other […]

I prefer Kpakpakpa movement to Europe via the Sahara Desert than be enslaved with poverty in Ghana: 21-year-old desperate migrant

What on earth could ever prevent a desperate young man who desires a better life outside the shores of his country from making a move?. Seriously, I doubt if there’s anything at all that can do the magic!. The saying “when the die is cast no amount of witchery or prayers can prevent the crossing […]

Africa, Katowice and Climate Equity: The Dragon that Will Not Be Slayed!

In Katowice, the dismissal of science as an afterthought was a chilling reminder that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1.50C Report is insufficient to disengage with ‘politics as usual’. IPCC’s stark warning that we have only 12 years to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees, and that even half a degree outside this […]

Destined to lessen plight of disadvantaged children:Story of 17-year-old Khadija

Her dream was to see faces of disadvantaged children in deprived communities beam with smiles no matter the cost. But such a dream could not have been achieved without passion, commitment and dint of hard work on her part backed by the support of others. Khadija Lukman, 17, a final year International Baccalaureate Diploma(IBD) student […]
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