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The Kojo Ellimah Who Inspired Me In The Taxi

I first read about him in the Graphic Mirror, when he graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)with a MSc in Development planning, somewhere in 2005 or 2006.I was then in Form 1 and what challenged me more, was when I read he was an old boy of my school!

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5 Ways to Get Your Time Back

The more successful you are, the more in demand your time is. Five moguls and members of The Oracles share how they decide whom to give their time to and on what terms.

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The Ghanaian Social Media Space: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

As of January 2022, Ghana had registered 8.8 million social media users. This was an increase from 8.2 million...

4 Booming Industries That Are Stealing Social Media’s Growth Playbook

Internet users spend approximately two hours a day on social media. That’s enough time for brands to show them...

Five Important Tips to Protect Your Social Media Accounts from Cybercrime

As the world continues to become even more digital, social media has become one of the numerous ways people...

How Instagram Reels Can Be Used To Generate More Leads

Instagram reels are assumed to be the future of social media marketing. In recent times, only the minimal duration videos are performing well on Instagram. Instagram reels being a shorter-duration video format, it has been gaining vast reach since the day it was introduced. The videos are gaining colossal traffic, which is mainly due to their shorter duration. Generation Z and Millennials have started to spend massive time on Instagram reels. So, brands can use this feature which eventually helps them have consistent growth at ease.

How A Startup Founder Lost His Company And $100 Million By Relying On Facebook

Minor changes in how social media giants like Meta's Facebook and Instagram operate can dent the profits of an...

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Meet Janet A. Owusu, Ghana’s Young Female Graphic Designer

Graphic designing as the art of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content wouldn’t be...

How Carlos Ghosn saved Renault from Bankruptcy but is now an International Fugitive

Ghosn has served as the CEO of Michelin North America, chairman and CEO of Renault, chairman of AvtoVAZ, chairman and CEO of Nissan, and chairman of Mitsubishi Motors.

Meet the Award Winning Health Journalist Providing Free Hygiene Kits for Girls in Nigeria

When Yecenu saw school girls who couldn't afford sanitary towels, she decided to find a solution and that solution is the reason why Wundef.com considers her a game changer. Today we are looking at the motivation and works of a young game changer in Africa's most populous country, Nigeria. I believe her story will inspire you to do greater things for your community, country and Africa as a whole.

She is the Queen of Kumawood, Meet Nana Ama McBrown.

Nana Ama was born in Kumasi, Ghana, on 15 August 1973. Her mother, Cecilia Agyenim Boateng, and her father Kwabena Nkrumah, divorced when Nana Ama was young. With her father gone and her mother unable to take care of her and her six other siblings, Nana Ama together with her siblings were adopted by Kofi McBrown and her aunt, Madam Betty Obiri Yeboah. As a result, Nana Ama considers her childhood to have been difficult.

With a US$5,000 loan, Kwabena Adjare Danquah started a business which is now worth over US$500m

"I am a man of simplicity and live that as well. I have taste for luxury but live simple...

How TCL Rose from a Cassette Manufacturer to the Third Largest TV Manufacturer in the World

The company was founded in 1981 under the brand name TTK as a cassette manufacturer. In 1985, after being sued by TDK for intellectual property violation, the company changed its brand name to TCL by taking the initials from Telephone Communication Limited. It began manufacturing consumer electronics for the Chinese market during the 1980s, and began to sell overseas in the 2000s. 
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