Monthly Archives: August 2016

3 Reasons You Should Release the Weight of Failure When You Have No Job

One of the best things you can do when you feel like a failure is challenge your perception. When you have no job, feeling like a failure isn’t uncommon. The problem comes in when you give too much thought to your “lack of success” and failure becomes your identity. When this happens, failure weighs you down. The weight becomes so heavy, ...

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I chose Ghana over a deal with Reading – Asamoah Gyan

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has labeled as ‘lies’ claims that he failed a medical at English championship side Reading. GetReading had claimed the 30-year-old move to the Royals had collapsed due to health concerns. But it’s emerging the circling rumour of the supposed failed medical are fake and untrue. Apparently the Championship side wanted Gyan to skip next year’s Africa ...

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Cheaper energy sources needed for rural dwellers

African governments have been urged to devise a more pragmatic approach towards making renewable energy sources, particularly solar, available and at a cheaper cost to rural areas. Such a move would improve their quality of lives and ignite vibrant economic activities in all facets of life including agriculture to improve the livelihoods of the rural dwellers. The Chief Executive Officer ...

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2016 Engineering Excellence Awards Launched By GhIE

The Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) has launched its prestigious annual Engineers Excellence Awards (EEA) 2016 to honour outstanding contributions of individuals or organizations for promoting engineering excellence and innovations, including engineering students who have demonstrated great potential for research in Engineering in the country. Commenting on this year’s EEA Awards, the President of Ghana GhIE, Ing. Dr. Kwame Boakye ...

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Hillary Clinton outlines mental health plan

U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Monday outlined a sweeping mental health agenda that would integrate the mental health services into the nation’s health care system. According to the plan released by the Clinton campaign, the initiatives would expand reimbursement structures in Medicare and Medicaid and a national initiative for suicide prevention would also be launched. According to the ...

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ECG concession deal won’t result in high tariffs – MiDA

The Millennium Development Authority has denied claims by the Public Utilities Workers Union that the concession arrangement for ECG will cause high electricity tariffs. “It is also not the case, as alleged in the press statement of PUWU that high tariff will result from the concession agreement. “On the contrary, improved performance and reduction in the current loses of ECG ...

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NHIS exists in name; not in reality – Bawku Naba laments

The Bawku Chief has lamented about the collapse of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in the country. Garu Naba Garu says the NHIS exists only in name with the situation on the ground very different as patients try in vain to access healthcare. The Bawku Naba disclosed this when the Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana ...

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I’m the only actor who doesn’t drink alcohol – Agya Koo

Following the endorsement by Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known as Lilwin that Agya Koo is the king of movies in Ghana, Agya Koo, has similarly commended him for such endorsement. Speaking on Adom Entertainment Hall last Saturday, the veteran actor said it was good Lilwin gave him that respect. “I know I’m very good in acting and I can ...

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10 Relationship Hang-ups and How to Deal with Them

Every snag in a relationship has its own cause and its own solution. Find out what you can do to avoid these common hang-ups. Relationship hang-ups are issues that prevent the relationship from growing and progressing. They are usually borne out of immaturity and certain insecurities that one or both people in the relationship are dealing with. Being in a ...

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Rooney to quit international football after World Cup

The World Cup in Russia in 2018 will be the England captain’s last for his country as he confirms that he plans to retire from international duty after that tournament. Wayne Rooney has revealed he is set to retire from international football after the World Cup in Russia in 2018. Rooney has retained the England captaincy under new manager Sam ...

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