Ghana needs innovators to get to the next stage in its economic development. We therefore need teaching methods that shape the next generation to be innovators in their own right. Teachers and parents need to be accommodating of students that come up with new ideas and methods, and students should be encourage to think critically … While I encourage you to be innovative, it would be negligent of me, not to encourage you to do so with integrity. Integrity should be at the very heart of what you do, both at school and at home. You must strive to be a good citizen without cutting corners. You should go about your duties for others to say, “There goes a gentleman or lady of complete integrity.” You must be honest and have strong moral principles.
Last year, whilst the rest of West Africa was hit with the deadly virus, Ebola, Accra, the capital city of the Ghana, the gateway to Africa, was hit by a cholera outbreak. It is inexcusable that in the 21st Century, any modern city such as Accra should face such an outbreak. Lives were lost and […]
The Ghana Youth Employment Forum shall exist to bring together Young Entrepreneurs to be trained with the necessary skill sets to boost and advance the course of their businesses, to employ and potentially help solve Ghana’s Current Unemployment rate. The rate of unemployment as at the year 2009 per a report by the Ghana Statistical […]