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But we can say without any equivocation that Ghana has many Garibas around the country who are doing their best to raise future leaders and standards that will enhance the life of the country.

Educational minister,Matthew Opoku Prempeh

For the second time running Ghana has been shortlisted to compete for the Global Teacher Prize, a US$1 million award presented annually to an exceptional teacher who has made an outstanding contribution to his/her profession.

The system continues to pose challenges, such as the current stressful and expensive system where applicants purchase separate university application forms.

Prof Kojo Yankah, Minister of State in charge of tertiary education

Tertiary education, especially university education, is the dream of many a person, and for nations, the role of university education in development cannot be overestimated.

This is why most of our roads do not last their lifespan and are riddled with potholes in no time, while newly constructed buildings become defective within weeks of habitation or use.

Chief Justice, Ms Justice Sophia Akuffo

The bold rejection of the refurbished Wassa East District Magistrate Court by the Chief Justice, Ms Justice Sophia Akuffo, last Tuesday because it did not meet the required standard needs commendation.

The traditional leaders should be engaged to see the need to reform that practice for the benefit of the community.

Cultural practices must not affect development - File image

Culture as a way of life of a people is embedded in many beliefs and traditional practices that define and regulate the life of communities.