Tag Archives: development

I BELIEVE IN A NEW AND BETTER GHANA

Someone made a comment about Ghana hosting the Olympics and see all the negative comments flowing in from all angles. sadly enough, most of those comments were coming from very young people. I understand why we seem not to have any positive thinking towards our own country. The question I ask is how many of us making such negative comment have handled or organized even birthday parties successfully. Continue reading I BELIEVE IN A NEW AND BETTER GHANA

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BARCAMP TAMALE 2012

BarCamp Tamale 2012 is a free networking event bringing people together for a day of discussion, demonstrations and dialogue about Tamale, Northern Ghana and beyond. BarCamp Tamale 2012 follows last year’s November 26 event at the Tamale Polytechnic in Tamale, Ghana. This year’s edition will be held on July 14 with venue TBD. The theme is “Accelerating Development: Key Stakeholders & Priorities for Sustainable Change”. It will build upon local knowledge, expertise and resources in a supportive community for entrepreneurs, change makers, innovators and other leaders in Tamale and the Northern Region. Continue reading BARCAMP TAMALE 2012

WALKING THE TIGHTROPE

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– Keys to Our Development. –

The leader can never close the gap between himself and the group. If he does, he is no longer what he must be. He must walk a tightrope between the consent he must win and the control he must exert. ~ Vince Lombardi

On the 21st September, 2011, Former president   of Ghana, John Kufuor led a high-powered delegation that included Former South African President and the former chancellor of Germany to a youth leadership conference on KNUST campus and to cut sod for his leadership museum project.   It is very interesting how this program coincided with the celebration of the life of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Continue reading WALKING THE TIGHTROPE