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2018; The Journey So Far

For a significant number of us, it has been a rollercoaster year. From;

✓ Both Majority & Minority deemed insipid news of the appointment of Martin Alamisi Benz Kaiser Amidu as the Nation’s first ever Special Prosecutor.

✓ To the heart splitting demise of music sensation Priscilla Owusu Kwarteng a.k.a Ebony reigns

✓ Incessant reportage of robbery cases in Southern Ghana leading to major shake-ups in the Police Service.

✓ Government’s lion frown against the menace of Galamsey unbirthing Operation Vanguard.

✓ Hullabaloo surrounding the conversation of National Cathedral

✓ Lamenting of the people over the breaking of jail of robust Dollar to hunt lethargic Cedi

✓ Cash for seat and B.O.S.T corruption brouhaha

✓Boakye Agyarko’s Almeri nightmare

✓ Nonchalant posture of Parliament to pass R.T.I Bill in 2018 despite enormous pressure and counter assurances.

✓ Unprecedented Akufo Addo’s 9.3% economic growth coupled with seldomly heard exportation of some Agricultural produce to neighbouring countries.

✓ The ‘yentiasea’ in Parliament over the 2Bn Ghana-Sinohydro Corporation infrastructural development deal.

✓ The agony of the passing on of our Law maker Emmanuel Kyeremanteng Agyarko resuscitating the interest of “Ladies Man” John Dumelo to represent the people of Ayawaso West Wuogon in Parliament.

✓Unsuccessful attempt of Isaac Dogbe to revenge the defeat of the Black Maidens to Mexico against Mexican opponent Emmanuel Navaratte.

✓ Otumfour led committee of eminent Chiefs finding a lasting panesia to the decades prevailenth Dagbon Traditional disputes.

✓ The scare of mighty earthquake steering at us(Ghana) after a Sunday morning few seconds earth tremor in some part of the Capital Accra.

✓ The quest of some deprived villages,Towns, and Cities to become independent i.e creation of 6 new regions.

End of think Capacity (Etc)

I have also heard varying comments across the length and breadth of the country via the litany of media outlets on the effect of the economy on the festive season.

As a highly optimistic person, I can only encourage those who didn’t have a better icing on their Christmas cake with the words of Gramps Morgan in the song “Wash The Tears”;

Jah(God) shall wash away all the tears from my eyes

In times when the storms

And the tides are raging high

We know we shall live

We know we shall survive

Jah(God) shall wash away all your tears.

For we that the year fared well with us…Great!

Nevertheless, as the old Pentecost Sunday School song goes;

It’s love! It’s love!

It’s love that makes the world go round.2×

It’s You! It’s You!

It’s You that makes the world go round. 2×

So why not dip your hands into your limitedly resourced pocket and share the love you claim to posses in your hearts. By so doing you are simultaneously fulfilling scriptures and giving hope to the hopeless.

Merry Christmas to you all. It’s my earnest prayer that the Aayalolo or drone that will transport us to the land of 2019 will include not preclude anyone of us.

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Know All The Police Stations In Ghana And Their Contacts For Easy Response To Your Problems

Ghana Police Service (Greater Accra)
Deputy Comm. (Accra Reg) 0302-662441

Crime Office (Accra Reg) 0302-663563

S/Force Commander (Ar. Reg) 0302-664861

M.T.U. (Accra Commander) 0302-662386

M.T.U. Charge Office (Ar) 0302-664206

Central Charge Office (Accra) 0302-663625

Central Dist. Office (Accra) 0302-662517

Central C.I.D. Office (Accra) 0302-666506

Police Headquarter 0302-773900

Interpol Unit Comm. Office 0302-777606

Commanding Officer Depot 0302-223084

Police Depot 0302-228744

Police Hospital 0302-773900

D.S.P. Anti Armed Robbery 0302-234463

Adabraka Police Station 0302-221368

C.I.D. Headquarters 0302-664611/665561

Police Striking Force 0302-664344

Ussher Fort Police Station 0302-6633550

Kaneshie Police Station 0302-227645/224840

Korle-Bu Police Station 0302-664249

Korle-Bu Dist Police Office 0302-663970

Chorkor Police Station 0302-667883

Cantonment Police Station 0302-776571

Airport Police Station 0302-777592

Legon Police Station 0302-500975

Ministry Police Station 0302-662438

Madina Police Station 0302-500322

Kpeshie Nungua Police Station 0302-712060

Kpeshie Divisional Commander 0302-712492

Achimota Mile 7 Police Station 0302-400999/401999

Achimota School Police Station 0302-400505

Kotobabi Dist Office 0302-224879

Tesano Police Station 0302-235144

Nima Police Station 0302-221293/221763

Nima District Commander 0302-26637

Nima Divisional Commander 0302-227976

Asylum down Police Station 0302-222264

Weija Police Station 0302-301319

Atomic Police Station 0302-402999

Dansoman Police Station 0302-303638

Darkuman Police Station 0302-221131

Mamprobi Police Station 0302-316646

James Town Police Station 0302-662416

Osu Police Station 0302-776150

La Police Station 0302-775525

Odorkor Police Station 0302-303067

Anyaa Police Station 0302-9911929

Neoplan Station 0302-256989

Tema Police Station’s

Community 7 Barrier 0303-303881

Information Room 0303-202936

Regional Commander 0303-202259

Crime Office 0303-202939

Sakumono Police Station 0303-401193

Community 1 Police Station 0303-202835

Community 2 Police Station 0303-202510

Community 4 Police Station 0303-204801

Community 8 Police Station 0303-306714

Community 18 Police Station 0303-811600

Fishing Harbor Police Station 0303-205502

Prampram Police Station 0303-208843/5

Big Ada Police Station 03035-22378

Ada Foa Police Station 03035-22218/22300

Kpone Police Station 0303-208722

Ashaiman Police Station 0303-306872

Afienya Police Station 0303-208895
Ashanti Regional Police Station
New Edubiase Police Station 030220-20961

Central Police Station Obuasi 03225-40207

Obuas Railway Police Station 03225-40278

District Commander Obuasi 03225-40393

Tutuka Police Station Obuasi 03225-40391

Zongo Police Station Kumasi 03220-29020

Deputy Sup. Striking Force 03220-22827

Chief Sup Reg. Comm. Div. Ashanti 03220-26333

Information Room 03220-22323

M.T.U. Charge Office 03220-25463

Buffalo Central Police Station 03220-22324

Suame Police Station 03220-25216/22850

Manhyia Police Station 03220-23723/24939

Asawasi Police Station 03220-24528/22588

New Tafo Police Station 03220-22577

Old Tafo Police Station 03220-25143

Mobile Force 03220-25007

Asokwa Police Station 03220-23281/25897

Suntreso Police Station 03220-22167

Railways Police Station 03220-25111

Oforikrom Police Station 03220-21341

U.S.T. Charge Office 03220-60051

B. N. I. Office 03220-24376

Regional C. I. D. Office 03220-25441

Kejetia Police Station 03220-91836

Ejisu Police Station 03220-20196

Tepa Police Station 03220-47106

Fomena Police Station 03220-20955

Fomena District Office 03220-20950

Bekwai Police Station 03224-20201/8

Abuakwa Police Station 03220-50304

Konongo Police Station 03221-24233

Pra River Police Station 0242723552 /0249171964

Mampong Ashanti Police Station 03222-22203

District Office Mampong 03222-22394

Mampong Nsuta Police Station 03222-22664

Ejura Police Station 03223-22043

District Office 03223-22002
Upper East Region Police Stations
Bolgatanga Police Station 03820-22304

Regional Commissioner 03820-22364

M.T.U. Office 03820-23003

District Office Bolgatanga 03820-23234

Bawku Police Station 03822-22251/22268

Navrongo Police Station 03821-22673

Upper West Region Police Station

Wa Police Station 03920-22305

Regional Commander 03120-46121

Charge Office 03120-46122

M.T.U. Office Sekondi 03120-46896

D.S.P. Sekondi District 03120-46553

District Headquarters 03120-23132

Market Circle Charger Office 03120-23609

Kwasimintsim 03120-22096/23168

Effiakuma Office 03120-22892

Harbor Police Station 203120-2261/22049

Takoradi Police Staton 03120-23131

Mobile Force Police 03120-21219

Axim Charge Office 03121-22221

District Headquarter 03121-22259

Enchi Police Station 03126-22006/22012

Samreboi Police Station 03125-22004

Tarkwa Police Station 03123-20364/5

Asankragwa Police Station 03124-22008
Central Region Police Station

District Office Cape Coast 03321-32178
District Office Elmina 03321-336311

District Office Abura Dunkwa 03322-33839

District Office Saltpond 03321-33846

Central Police Station Cape Coast 03321-32411

M.T.U. Cape Coast 03321-32413

Winneba District Office 03323-22015

Charge Office Winneba 03323-20014/22122

Swedru District Office 03320-20203

Dunkwa District Office 03322-28319

Kasoa District Office 0244-986060

C.I.D. Kasoa Police Office 024-4788725

Ekon Junction Check Point 03321-34202
Brong-Ahafo Region Police Station

Regional Headquarters Syi 03520-27083/27081
District Headquarters Syi 03520-27275/27159

M.T.U. Charge Office Syi 03520-27314

Police Clinic 03520-27307

Berekum Police Station 03522-22037

District Police Commander Berekum 03522-22072/22120

Wenchi Police Station 03524-22209

Techiman Police Station 03525-22012

Dormaa Ahenkro Police Station 03523-22008

Dormaa District Police Station 03523-22062

Yeji Police Station 03527-22004

Atebubu Police Station 03526-22009

Atebubu District Police Station 03526-22004

Tepa Police Station 03526-47106
Volta Region Police Station

Aflao Police Station 03625-30215

District Police Commander Aflao 03625-30439

Denu Charge Office 03625-30305

Ho Central Police Station 03620-28324

Ho Central M.T.U. 03620-26203

Hohoe Police Station 03627-33015

Keta Police Station 03626-22259

Keta Krechi Police Station 03626-22011

Kpando Police Station 03623-50595

District Police Commander Ho 03620-26781
Northern Region Police Station

Tamale Regional Headquarters 03720-22889
Information Room 03720-22297

Deputy Commissioner 03720-22227

Charge Office Tamale 03720-22137

M.T.T.U. Tamale 03720-22905

Walewale Police Station 03721-22039

Salaga Police Station 03726-22002

Buipe Police Station 03722-22004

Damongo Police Station 03723-22004

Yendi Police Station 03722-22004
Eastern Region Police Station

Aburi Police Station 03428-22005
Akim Oda Police Station 0304292-272176/2009

Akosombo Police Station 03430-20627

Akosombo District Police Commission 03430-20789

Asamankese Police Station 03426-23000

Regional Police Station Koforidua 03420-22252

District Police Commission Koforidua 03420-22256

Central Police Station Koforidua 03420-22421

Information Room Koforidua 03420-22569

Akropong Akwapim Police Station 03420-24053

Adukrom Akwapim Police Station 03420-24092/24093

Nkawkaw District Commission 03431-22014

Nkawkaw Divisional Commission 03431-22306

Nkawkaw Railways Police Station 03431-22203

Nsawam Police Station 03421-22014/22083

Mpraeso Police Station 03423-22052

Donkorkrom Police Station 03424-22011

Suhum Police Station 03425-22317

Mamfe Akwapim Police Station 03425-20076/22016

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Gh Media School holds 4th Graduation Ceremony

As the Bible says according to Ecclesiastes 3…There is time for everything,and a season for every activity under the heavens:
a time to be born a time to die, a time to plant and a time to harvest, a time to mourn and a time to dance.
For some Students of Gh Media School who has successfully sailed through the rollercoaster journey of robust practical based Media Training, it was a time to be born (matriculation) and a time to die(Graduation).

The occasion themed, “The impact of professional training on the Quality of Media Practioners was graced by key personalities in the Media fraternity ,and sort to reward individual students who excelled in their various field of study.

Academic Award winners for the day were as follows:
✓T.V Journalism – Regina Antwiwaa Mensah

✓T.V Presenting-Mary Grant
✓Radio Presenting- Diana Amankwah

✓News Paper Reporting- Francisca Coffie

✓Print Journalism- Eric Kwafo

✓Media Marketing- Rebecca Turkson
✓Broadcast Journalism- Regina Antwiwaa Mensah
✓Media Law- Millicent Okyereh
✓P.R & Advertising- Erica Okine
✓Production Management- Diana Amankwah
✓English For Media- Adwoa Debrah Nhyira
✓Editing- Julius Holison
✓Camera Operations- Julius Holison
✓Sound- Andrew Osei Asibey
✓Directing- Andrew Osei Asibey
✓Animation-
DEPARTMENTAL BEST STUDENTS
✓Journalism & Media Studies(J.M.S)- Regina Antwiwaa Mensah
✓Television & Film Production(TVFP)- Andrew Osei Asibey
✓Integrated Marketing Communications(IMC)- Rebecca Turkson

✓Theatre Arts- Nathaniel Amewugah

The Overall Best Student Award which was the Award’s center of attraction had Andrew Osei Asibey(Production), Rebecca Turkson(IMC) and Regina Antwiwaa Mensah(JMS) as nominees.

For the second time running, the Production department carried the coveted Overall Best Student accolade as Master Andrew Osei Asibey carried away the envied prestigious Award.

Other Non-Academic Award winners included;
✓Leadership Excellence Award- Rebecca Amenyavor Gonu
✓Best Behaved- Millicent Okyereh & Rebecca Turkson
✓Best Dressed- SolomonAhorli Kirk & Juliet Anku
✓Student Entrepreneur- Cecilia Amankwa
✓Service & commitment to school- Diana Amankwah

As expected of every Awards event, there were some facial and audible disapproval of some awards recipient by graduands, with others just expressing their displeasure on only the Certificates received by awardees without other motivational prices attached to them; saying it turning to become the modus operandi of the school.

The Registrar of the School, Mr Michael Fosu Faakye officially ended the glamour inundated event by calling on graduands to sing and file-out.

GH Media School Holds 4th Cohort Graduation Ceremony.

The Best Private Media School in Ghana,Gh Media School has held it 4th Cohort Graduation ceremony to award students for successful completion of their 2 year Diploma studies.

The occasion themed “Skill Based Training;the panacea for Youth Unemployment”  was graced by key personalities in the Media fraternity ,and sort to reward individual students who excelled in their various field of study.

Academic Award winners for the day were as follows:

  • T.V Presenting-Catherine Essilfie
  • Radio Presenting-Osei Regina
  • News Paper Reporting-Asiamah Sarah
  • Media Marketing-Catherine Essilfie
  • Broadcast Journalism-Sarah Asiamah
  • Media Law-Adifu Evelyn
  • P.R & Advertising-Claudia Prempeh
  • Production Management-Louis S.K Apetor
  • English For Media-Asiamah Sarah
  • Editing-Eze Chioma Victoria
  • Camera Operations-Bortey Owu Philip
  • Script Writing- Amey Delali Obed
  • Sound-Gilbert Ahiable
  • Directing-Amey Delali Obed
  • Art Direction-Yardley Abraham
  • Animation-Eze Chioma Victoria

DEPARTMENTAL BEST STUDENTS

  • Journalism & Media Studies(J.M.S)-Asiamah Sarah
  • Television & Film Production(TVFP)-Eze Chioma Victoria
  • Integrated Marketing Communications(IMC)-Claudia Prempeh

The Overall Best Student Award which was the Award’s center of attraction had Eze Chioma Victoria(TVFP),Claudia Prempeh(IMC)  and Asiamah Sarah(JMS) as nominees.

The Director of Academics,Mr Clifford Ladzekpo pronounced Ms Eze Chioma Victoria as the Overall Best Student of the graduating batch.

Mr Clifford Ladzepo further acknowledged Ms Eze Chioma Victoria for her success chalked outside the confines of the school, which includes Her award received as the Best Animation Student at the Ghana Tertiary Awards 2017, which played an instrumental role in Her naming as the Overall Best Student.
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Other Non-Academic Award winners included;

  • Emmanuel Nii Martey(Tazz)- Producing
  • Samira Musah- Production Management
  • Kwame Afriyie(Kwame Morale)-Excellence in Practical Radio Presenting
  • Gilbert Ahiable- Engineering aid
  • Boahene Francis- Service & commitment to school
  • Afoakwa Justina- Best Dressed Student
  • Deborah Ofosuwaa Ampedu-Well Behaved
  • Francisca Addo- Practical Entrepreneurship 

Mr Louis S.K Apetor, the SRC President of the graduating group in his speech took time to recount some fond memories they had on campus with the Faculty of the school. His speech sent laughter on the faces of all and sundry, especially Faculty and Graduands.

As Idiosyncratic of every Awards event, there were some graduands who registered unofficially their disapproval of some awardees, with others also expressing their displeasure on only the Certificates received by awardees without other motivational prices attached to it.

The Registrar of the School, Mr Michael Fosu Faakye officially ended the glamour inundated event by calling on graduands to sing and file-out with Methodist Hymn 413,“A charge to keep I have”.

Bn 2006 & 2018, $200mhas been spent on Football

About $5m is gain illegally from football

Kwesi Nyantekyi is the 2nd most powerful man in African football & part of de 24 most powerful in FIFA

Nyantekyi replaced Nyaho Temakloe as F.A Boss

You need $12m to gain contract in Ghana..President takes 5m, Vice 3m

He has served 13 years in football

Monchinson Syndrome

Malingrin- telling lies for a reason of running from something

-10,000 net migration of Ghanaians, South Africa +12000

29.6m Ghanas population..2.5m growth a year- 14th most Populated country in Africa

Try, Fail,Repeat and u will succeed

There is no education without transformation- Mr Faakye

32%-Gov’t, 9%-BoG, 7%, 2%-Belstar-Staff-ADB Shareholders

Initial Public Offer-I.P.O

Only S.A & Botswana allow transgender

1% of the world pop are transgenders

2000Bags of compost sold by Zoomlion 

61% Organic, 14% plastic waste

$Ibn for Sanitation in Ghana

History is define as gossiping about the untold- Herbert

0.1 Kilo of waste by a person a day

3rd Oct,1873- Arrival of Sir Garnet Wilson(Sagrenti)

27th Dec, 1883-British first attack on Ashanti

Elsie Awagy-Dept Governor BoG

Alexander Graham Bell-Telephone discoverer 186..

Growth Rate-17.5%

Economic Growth 3.6% in 2016 lowest in 22years to 7.9% in 2018

Inflation-From 15.6% in 2016 to 10% in 2018
Sun Tsuof War

Martin Amidu-You dont throw the water away with the baby

Shakespeare-There are ma,ny opinions as there are men no

Time is the Currency of life-Bernard Avle

RELATIONSHIP STAGES

1. Cultivating Phase-sending messages, I love voice outs

2. Cruising Phase- Going on vacations, holidays, outingsConversion, things start changing

Crushing, where u want, divorce

Anything that  makes marriage work can make life work, but not vice versa, Dr Hopeson.

Download keeping love alive breakfast show

Article 199(4)- Age limitations on appointment

Naana Novdec

Algromorxtis- cold temperature

Rigormortis- Becoming stiff n pale

Hypo-low temperature

Hyper-high temperature

Never give Up-Kuntunse Pastor

1Chor 15:57

Ps 139:14, 2Tm 3:2-4

CITI BREAKFAST SHOW

Base Rate-25.6%

Albert Ocran-Comet Gh

Mozat-Music writer

43% of Ghanaians are overweight

10yrs Cashew dev’t plan

Ghana has only 33 Veterinary doctors

SharesJulius Caesar- Casca in Act 1 Scene 3…And yesterday the bird of the night did sit..Even at noonday upon the marketplace..Hooting & Shrieking

Latin “audi alteram partem rule”-Listen to the order side or let the order side be heard as well- Basic tenet of Natural Justice

Be all and end all-the beginning and the end

Scream like a barn Owl(Tyto Alba)

Shriek like a bobcat

Mark 16:15- Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.

Interest Rate-30% Base rate-20%

Patricia Appiahgyei-Dep’t Environment Min

Philip Asiedu & Abuga Pele-Ghc4.1m Geeda saga

1,100km Accra Burkina rail line.

Descern the course of disappointment

Interpret the course

Sincere of your feelings

Adjust to accommodate

P-Prepare for imperfection

P- Promote your connectivity

O-Open up

I-Innitiate the communication

T-Trust this process

M- Be mindful

E-Engage without interruption

N- Never give up on the Process

T- Trumph over your disappointment
http://www.cpr.org.gh

Article 296-Subject discretionary power to regulations.

1.6m hectares of Forest in Ghana

Im illegal weapons in Ghana

Popular latin phrases

Abudape, Ibrahim Adams, Kwame Peprah, Tsatsu Tsikata were sentenced in 2003 for corruption

By the testimony of two a fact is established

DJ Cole-Samsung President

Act 550-Declaration of asset

87 in the world, 8th in Africa, 3rd Best in West Africa-Ghana Police

Mac Nooman- Hearts new C.E.O

Sir Kitson- Discovered Bauxite in Atiwa

Dr Agnes Adu-Director of Trade Fair Center

Mr Demetri Suslov-Russian Ambassador to Ghana

Acronym for Marriage

M-Maintain

A-Aviability

R-Relevance

R-Reliance

I-Inter dependency

A-Agreement

G-Godliness

E-Empathy

Search Jah shall wash away all the tears from 

1.4 1.7% budgetary allocation to Security as 3.3% allocation to Botswana Police 

Cop-Community Police

1 Police- 800 people

U.N target 1Police- 500people

Cpt Rtd Budu Koomson- “How the Mighty falls” by Jim Collins

“Put a peg in a round hole”

“Nip it in the bag”

True woman demand for Principles to vision not pills for abortion.

Catch the Spirit of the Ministry- Ps Billins 4th March, 2018

1.You should have the spirit servantship Num.11:17

2. You must be ready to honour leadership

3. All ministrants should have a singular purpose.

Joshua served Moses- Js 1:1

Elisha-Elijah 

4. Servant has no mind of your own

5. Your leader is always right

Mission of GHBCI

1. Evangelism

2.Seeking others welfare

Signs of a Servant

1. Every servant has a master Mal 1:6

2. A servant is at the back & core of his Servant..Mt 8:9

3. You are not beyond your master

4. A servant can not be embarrassed by the assignment of the mas Phil 2:8

5. A servant must promote his master whiles he stays below Jn 3:30

6. A Servant must minister to his Master with his substance Lk 8:2

7. A Servant who serves well have a reward Phil 2:9, Hb 12:2

Maame Dufie Ofori- PURC Ex Director

Kofi Capito- Consumer Protection Agency

From 3rd to first World Singapore

How Nations fail

Nana Awre Damuah-

ATTRACT Acron

Attention

Trust

Talk to completely and compose

R-Relate confidential

A-Admittance purposely

C-Compete cupli

T-Taking risk

Expectations, Experience & Expressions- rules Relationships-Amos Annan Citi fam life