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Sad Story Of How Over 4 Million Ghanaians Survive On Highly Polluted Densu River

ModernGhana, Aug 28, Ghanadot - River Densu forms part of the Densu Basin which flows from the thick Atiwa Forest in the Eastern Region and serves as a source of drinking water for more than four million people living in the Greater Accra, Central and Eastern Regions of Ghana........More


Corruption in Ghana - Arab Spring, Black Spring?
Commentary, Nov 10, Ghanadot - Those who have read Africa Confidential (AC) over time would have learnt that the paper is rarely wrong on predicting political winds in Africa............More


Breitbart, Aug 28, Ghanadot - Chanting, “You must remove the bust” black pastors and activists rallied in front of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. to demand the museum remove a bust honoring Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, an early eugenicist who referred to certain populations as “human weeds and human waste.”






Ghana’s democracy in crisis — Bagbin

CitiFM, Nov 07, Ghanadot - The Majority Leader in Parliament, Mr Alban Bagbin, has stated that Ghana’s democracy is in crisis due to the absence of cherished values such as truthfulness, honesty and equality. He said due to the absence of those values, many people grow up with the notion of amassing wealth, adding that one phenomenon that is against the tenets of social democracy is greed, which leads to corruption. ....More

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