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Make The Fight Against Corruption Very Easy And Friendly- Eric Owusu

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Every year Transparency International ranks nations according to the perceptions their citizens and key foreign investors have on corruption, known as Corruption Perception Index (CPI). This means that a country’s position on the index depends on the perception its citizens have on corruption. This doesn’t mean that countries which score high marks do not have …

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Building a Better Society in Africa is all About Leadership: Borrowed Lessons from the East. Lord A. Adusei

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This article is primarily written to compare West Africa in terms of its developmental pace to that of the East and to argue that the difference in terms of development between the two sides all boils down to differences in leadership! To wit, East Africa is growing economically, West Africa is stagnating and it is …

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Fighting Corruption by AU is a Mirage – Peter Bismark.

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The formation of the Organization of Africa Union (OAU) on May 25, 1963 and changing to Africa Union (AU) on May 26, 2001 till today, had seen marginal economic growth with massive corruption; border disputes and migration from the sub-Saharan to Europe; religious wars and terrorism; and other tyrannical leadership styles. Corruption militates prosperity and …

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Building A Better Society in Africa; It’s Our Own Responsibility! Albert Kobina Mensah

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Africa is not just a continent impoverished with poverty, diseases, conflicts, unstable power supply, polluted water and poor sanitation, it however remains the hotbed of untapped and under exploited opportunities. Africa is the fastest growing continent in the world; has greatest percentage of vibrant, energetic youths and productive young men and women; abundant natural resources …

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Building a Better Society in Africa through Infrastructure Investment-Lord Aikins Adusei

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Africa is a continent of many potentials which when unlocked could unleash economic and social forces that will reverberate across the globe. However, these potentials including economic growth, development and market are held back by several obstacles including ineffective leadership and corruption. The poor security environment (e. g. civil wars in South Sudan and Libya, …

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Need for Prudent Management of Resources and Curriculum Reforms in Ghana. Eric Owusu

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“Despite relatively high rates of economic growth and GDP per capita, Botswana faces key challenges of unemployment and inequality. The overall unemployment rate is deemed to be mainly structural in nature, and is driven by a mismatch between demand in the labour market and the available labour skill set. Reducing unemployment in the country would …

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The Fight Against Corruption – The Teacher’s Poor Contribution and WAEC’s Laxity (Final External Exams in Focus)- Bismark Kobina Yankson

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Examination malpractice is an act and, to borrow the words of former President J. A. Kuffour, it is also as old as Adam. From the very onset of each child’s educational life, examinations are conducted to test two basic things: i) The child’s comprehension level of everything that has been taught within a period; and …

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