CLOSE INFRASTRUCTURE GAP

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CLOSE THE INFRASTRUCTURE GAP BETWEEN THE REGIONAL AND DISTRICT CAPITALS TO ENSURE SMOOTH RUNING OF GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES. The infrastructure of any country, society or organization is a major necessity for the growth and development of any civilized world, these infrastructures which are made up of basic amenities or facilities such as roads and […]

INFERIORITY COMPLEX OF GHANAIANS TOWARDS FOREIGNERS MAJOR CAUSE OF THE BLUFF OF THE CHINESE IN RESPECT OF THE SEX-FOR-PROTECTION ALLEGATIONS

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The Public Interest Research and Advocacy Network (PIRAN) wish to express utmost disgust and displeasure at the recent threat, by some Chinese women or people connected to the Chinese involvement in the illegal mining activities in the country, to blackmail some so-called powerful men in the Ghanaian political leadership(s) if the current crackdown of illegal […]

PIRAN on One District One Factory

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The government resolve to create one factory in every district is generally laudable which needs the backing of every Ghanaian especially today’s youthful population, who grew up to either read from textbooks, news papers, hear on radio or orally told by an elderly person that many factories were set up by Dr Kwame Nkrumah right […]

PIRAN ON GHANA’S GALAMSEY ISSUE

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The NPP led government in general and the Minister responsible Lands in particular deserve commendation for the 545 earth moving excavators seized so far within a very short period of the government’s resolve to fight illegal mining activities responsible for the massive destruction of Ghana’s environment and water bodies in particular across the length and […]

ECG’S INEFFICIENCY AND IRRESPONSIBILITY RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR INDEBTEDNESS

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The Energy Minister’s recent revelation about ECG’S debt profile and inefficiency is another prove that most institutions are still not willing and ready to work for the benefits of the larger public but, rather work in a haphazard, corrupt and inefficient manner to the disadvantage of Ghanaians and to the enrichment of their buckets, it […]

THE EDUCATION MINISTER’S PROPOSAL TO EXTEND THE CONTACT HOURS IN PUBLIC BASIC SCHOOLS FROM 2PM TO 4PM, CAN IT BE A PANACEA FOR QUALITY TEACHING AND LEARNING IN OUR BASIC SCHOOLS

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The Minister of Education Dr. Mathew Opuku Prempeh on last Tuesday 8th August, 2017. Whiles speaking at the National Education Sector Review Forum in Accra on the theme “Strengthening Accountability for results” Tasked the National Council for Curriculum Assessment to revise the closing time for public basic schools in Ghana. The observation and subsequent proposal […]

CLOSE THE INFRASTRUCTURE GAP BETWEEN THE REGIONAL AND DISTRICT CAPITALS TO ENSURE SMOOTH RUNING OF GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES

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The infrastructure of any country, society or organization is a major necessity for the growth and development of any civilized world. These infrastructures which are made up of basic amenities or facilities such as roads and transport, communications , power suppliers , water and buildings enables government and private business to flourish, but the absence […]