Monthly Archives: August 2015

10 TIPS ON HOW TO BE COMFORTABLE, YET ELEGANT AND CHIC ON A LONG FLIGHT

Long distance travelling is great fun; you get to see new places and you can meet lots of new and interesting people, but you also get to sit on a plane for eight hours while your clothes get crumpled, your hair becomes a complete disaster, and you get dehydrated and extremely bored. Some people seem to have given up trying ...

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Three Tricks to Help Find Your Flow

When was the last time you were so focused that time stood still? Athletes call this mental state being in “The Zone”; psychologists call it “flow” or peak experience, and they have linked it to leading a life of happiness and purpose. Lao Tzu, the ancient Chinese philosopher who authored theTao Te Ching, called it “doing without doing” or “trying ...

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E-zwich spending swells

E-zwich is on course this year to generate its biggest transaction value ever after recording Ȼ256.31 million in spending at merchants in the first six months of this year. Last year, E-zwich generated Ȼ272 million transactions at merchants- the highest in history- but the trend this year show that payment cards carrying the E-zwich brand will be used for valuable ...

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Musigha to distribute benefits to ageing musicians

The Ageing Musicians Welfare Fund (AMWeF) is to distribute some cash to its members in line with its annual programme. According to the Secretary of the AMWeF Board Mr J.V. Owusu, the distribution starts with the Greater Accra and Eastern regional members of AMWeF and will be followed by other regions. AMWeF was established by the Obour led MUSIGA Administration ...

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ECG cuts power to Koforidua Poly over unpaid bills

The Koforidua Polytechnic has been plunged into darkness after the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), cut them off the national power grid. The Polytechnic owes ECG electricity bills in excess of GHS 790,000. Mr. Mensah-Livingston, the Registrar of the Polytechnic confirmed this to Citi News. According to him, the ECG in a meeting with the Director of Finance at the ...

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Buhari blames escalation of subsidies on past govt’s

President  Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, accused past administrations of allowing the infrastruc-ture in the oil sector to collapse to enable their cronies steal by importing refined products. The President, who made the accusation while speaking at a meeting with the Chairman and members of the Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission, RMAFC, lamented “the current situation in which Nigeria is forced ...

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Investigations against CHRAJ boss on course – Nyamah

The Convener for pressure group, Progressive Nationalists Forum (PNF), Richard Nyamah is convinced that investigations into the supposed misconduct of Lauretta Lamptey, the former Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) is progressing steadily. According to him, the five-member committee set up to investigate the former CHRAJ Commissioner will soon release its report on the matter.This follows ...

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Ghanaian joins ISIS: ‘My son may be mentally challenged’ – Father

The father of the young man suspected of joining the ISIS group in the Middle East is appealing to the media to help him locate his son. The 25-year-old Nazir Nortei Alema, believed to be a graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is said to have sent a message to his family announcing his decision to ...

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NDP Strengthening Grass Roots For 2016 — Nana Konadu

The National Democratic Party (NDP) is strengthening its grass-roots base to build a formidable political party ready for political power in 2016, its founder and leader, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, has declared. ‘Before you can call yourself a serious political party or organisation, you need to build an effective structure,’ she told the Daily Graphic in Accra at the weekend. ...

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Fate of Mahama’s failed assassin to be determined August 31

An Accra High Court has set August 31, 2015 to rule on the case of Charles Antwi who was sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment for illegally possessing a weapon. Charles Antwi had confessed to a circuit court earlier that he had wanted to overthrow President Mahama but pleaded not guilty. The circuit court, presided by Justice Francis Obiri, changed his ...

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