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About the Love & Heritage Issue

About the Love & Heritage Issue

| March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Reading your article stirred me to think deeper about the topic of self-love. Two things immediately came to mind: first, healthy self-love involves a personal journey of acceptance; and second, healthy self-love should ideally lead a person to want to share more love with others. Self-love is part of the process of learning to accept […]

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International Women’s Day: Why Should I Care?

International Women’s Day: Why Should I Care?

| March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

This post was first published by N. Amma Twum-Baah for Ghanaweb.com on March 8, 2010. A friend asked me a couple of weeks ago if there was going to be a special AG issue celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD). Given the fact that AG is a publication dedicated to women, her inquisition was well placed. […]

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African Diaspora Returns ‘Home’ to Claim its Place at the Top of the Pile

African Diaspora Returns ‘Home’ to Claim its Place at the Top of the Pile

| March 6, 2013 | 2 Comments

The continent may be rising but don’t fool yourself that going back will help anyone other than yourself Another day, another “Africa rising” type e-zine pings its way into my inbox. Just as my mouse picks it up and places it in its proper place in junk, my phone lights up with yet another Facebook […]

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Middle Child Syndrome: Is it Real or Imagined?

Middle Child Syndrome: Is it Real or Imagined?

| February 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

When you read the title of this article, you probably pulled a chair, relaxed and said to yourself, “this is going to be interesting.” Well, you’re right, it is going to be interesting, but only because middle children are indeed very interesting. I started my article by doing a Google search and here is one […]

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Keys to Africa’s Development

Keys to Africa’s Development

| December 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

The continent’s overarching priorities are still poverty eradication and wealth creation, provision of socioeconomic infrastructure and services, food security, good governance and effective institutions. There is compelling evidence of sustained progress in the pursuit of economic growth, good governance and the emergence of strong, functional and effective institutions in Africa. These are vital for development. […]

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Religion Against Humanity!

Religion Against Humanity!

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

By: Wole Soyinka (Read the full text at The Root) — The most intense ethical education, including severe social sanctions, has not eradicated material corruption, exploitation, child defilement and murders in society, not even deterrents such as capital punishment. How, then, can anyone presume that there shall be no violations of the ideal state of […]

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Adepero Oduye to Play Nina Simone?

Adepero Oduye to Play Nina Simone?

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The story of Nina Simone must be told; there’s no doubt about that. She is one of the most elegant black women to ever grace the jazz musical stage. What is casting some doubt, however, is who is black and elegant enough to play her in an upcoming semi-biopic portraying her life. In a New […]

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How to become a Legal Resident as a H1B or Fiancée Visa

How to become a Legal Resident as a H1B or Fiancée Visa

| June 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you’re seeking legal residency in the US, several options exist to get you a visa and on the way to permanent resident status. Two of these include the H1B visa and the Fiancée visa. The first option, the H1B visa is for foreign workers entering the US. Many companies find hiring foreign employees profitable […]

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Subject Public Office Holders to Public Institutions – Hon Abdulmumuni Jibril

Subject Public Office Holders to Public Institutions – Hon Abdulmumuni Jibril

| June 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

The chairman House Committee on Finance, Hon Abdulmumuni Jibril, Kiru/Bebeji Kano State has said that Nigerians should make public office holders attend public institutions with their dependents as the only antidote for decadence in public institutions and infrastructures such as schools, hospitals and power. Speaking at the 2012 2nd BEN TV Democracy and Business Conference held in London, Hon […]

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