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Monday, December 26, 2016

OPINION : SALARY is a lifetime disappointment.



DISCLAIMER: Views and facts in these piece does not reflect that of Bernard Ralph Adams its of the writer's view. I just want to share because there's a lot your need to learn from the piece.

The poorest group of people in the world are Salary earners. 
They live in a vicious cycle of poverty. 
Salary is continuously being awaited every month and any slight delay brings about heartbreaking anxiety and disappointment. 

Salary alone cannot solve your money problems. You need a Secondary Source of income to balance.

Salary is the MEDICINE for managing POVERTY; it doesn't CURE it. Only your BUSINESS or INVESTMENT Cures Poverty.

Therefore all of us who scavenge for white collar jobs for Salary -should be  FINANCIALLY INTELLIGENT and delve into entrepreneurship.

THINK ABOUT IT!!!
If you are a Govt. worker check this out.

Divide your salary by 30(i.e. days in the month). 
E.g. GH¢900÷30= GH¢30 That is Less than the amount being earned by an average hawker in the city. 

GH¢1000÷30= GH¢33.33 Less than the amount earned daily by an average driver in the city and some villages.
1500 ÷30= GH ¢50  Less than the daily amount earned by a trotro, taxi, and a tipper truck driver. 

And when there is an issue in the family that requires financial assistance, the driver, hawkers and the rest  look up to you !

If you are a NATIONAL SERVICE PERSON you don't need to be told. 
GH¢350÷30 = GH¢12 Hope you know the pure water seller makes enough money than you  each day ? 

GH¢300÷30 =GH¢10 The errand boy at Suame Magazine (fitting shop) is earning better than you. 

We are mostly deceived by the apparent attractive name of the amount earned at the end of the month without breaking it down to daily earnings.
Dear, start a business now and say bye, bye to POVERTY !



Friday, December 9, 2016

President Mahama's consension speech.



Good evening, my fellow countrymen and women. A few minutes ago, I made the most difficult phone call I have made, and may ever make, in my life: I called President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party to congratulate him on his well-fought and well-deserved victory in Wednesday’s election.

The win has been emphatic. If anybody has reason to doubt the presidential results, the sheer magnitude of the defeat, which our parliamentary candidates have suffered, is the clearest indication that we have outlived our welcome.

Telling the world that I would graciously accept the outcome of the election was one thing, but confronting the stark reality of an electoral defeat is another harrowing experience altogether. But I had no option. The people of Ghana have said emphatically that they are taking away the power they gave to me four years ago, and I have no power to say no. Besides, I love the country that has given me the opportunity to serve in various capacities for nearly two decades and I will not do anything to undermine our democracy or threaten the peace we enjoy.

Before I continue, permit me to congratulate the NDC family, especially my campaign team, for putting up such a spirited fight. When I was growing up in northern Ghana, I used to hear stories of very spiritually powerful and dreadful cattle rustlers who informed cattle rearers before they actually moved in to steal the animals. They would tell the owner that “tonight, we will come and steal your cattle.” They were so powerful that they cast spells on those policing the cattle and drive away the animals away before the men who gathered to stop them could wake up from their deep sleep to gnash their teeth and endure the scornful gossips of their women in the morning.

When the time was up for these cattle rustlers, however, they were overpowered and captured by women. I think we lost because our time was simply up, and no amount of deceptive campaign promises could keep us in power. No amount of monopolization of the media space could save us. No amount of money could stop our defeat. No amount of local and international celebrity endorsements could help us. And no amount of vote buying could stand the irresistible hurricane of change that shook our nation on Wednesday.

I will urge my party members to stop the “blamestorming” that has started so that we brainstorm on how to get ourselves out of the mess we have put ourselves in. The future of our great party looks gloomy and we have to start work on how to get ourselves out of what appears like an eternal stay in opposition. In life, when you are hit by the subduing blow of misfortune, you have two options. You can allow that blow to crush you. You can also move on with the enormous lessons such misfortunes often present. I cannot immediately tell my next move in life, politics and my role in our great party. But if I should ever make a comeback to politics, the lessons I have learnt from our defeat should serve as the moral code which will guide how I guide myself.

I have learnt that the Ghanaian voter, though mainly uneducated and simple, is more sophisticated than we thought. I have learnt that it is unacceptable for the people to loot, hoard and splash during elections.

I have learnt that the calls of the noisy minority cannot be ignored because they largely shape the opinions of the silent minority, who we politicians exploit for our selfish gain. I have learnt that not all those who criticised us hated us. Sometimes the best way to express your love for someone is to be critical of their actions. If I should ever return, I will not display a “dead-goat syndrome” towards disaffection of the masses.

When those who opposed us cried foul, we retorted, “Hate can’t win.” Tonight, however, I am the first to admit that some hate can win. This election has taught me that the hate of corruption can win. It has taught me that hate of incompetence can win. Our defeat has taught me that hate of impunity can win. I have learnt that the hate of the obscene display of ill-gotten opulence wins. I have learnt that hate of mediocrity and deception definitely wins. And I have learnt that hating evil will forever triumph over the love of evil. That was what happened on Wednesday.

Another important lesson I have learnt from this defeat is that the success or failure of a leader depends on the kind of people he or she surrounds themselves with. While Rawlings appointed the likes of Dr. Mohammed Ibn Chambas as deputy ministers, I made the mistake of giving that respectable position to the likes of John Oti Bless. I have now realised, rather too late, that if I had kept the likes of Ben Dotsei Malor and Dr. Raymond Atuguba around me, they would have injected some semblance of sanity into the Presidency and given that high office an aura of respectability and decency. The praise-singing sycophants who act on the dictates of their stomachs are only specialized at telling you what you want to hear. Unfortunately, I did not listen to voices of reason. Our elders say a disease that will kill a man first breaks sticks into his ears.

A lot of the people who have called me to comfort me have maintained that I have been let down by my ministers and the people I trusted so much. I wish to take the blame for everything that happened to me. It is said that a man may fail many times but he is not a failure until he blames others for his failures. Nobody forced my appointees on me. Our elders say God gives us our friends but we choose our friends. And it is us, and not God, who will bear the consequences of any choice we make. Like the wood insect that gathers sticks on its head, I have brought this upon myself, and I will carry it alone.

Fellow Ghanaians, before I end, I will like to wish our President-elect, Nana Akufo Addo, the best of luck in his administration. I will, however, like to caution him to be very careful in order not to repeat the mistakes I made in my administration. His success or failure depends on the kinds of people he appoints. He should focus on the people and not the party. He should remember that after four years, Ghanaians will be demanding accountability from him. He and the NPP should remember that the shea butter that is gloating over the ill-fated salt because of a heavy downpour should fortify itself with ice before the sun rises. What has befallen us can befall you if you allow the intoxicating effect of power to blind you.

In 2008, the NDC won mainly because the NPP’s stronghold in Ashanti Region did not vote massively. In 2016, the NDC lost partly because our stronghold in the Volta Region taught us a lesson that we will never forget. We should begin to see them see human beings, and not votes, when we ever occupy any political office. In the NDC, Volta Region sounded like Voter Region. We referred to the Volta Region as our World Bank, but they turned out to be a DKM Microfinance when it mattered most.

Finally, I will urge civil society and the media to keep a critical eye on the new administration if our country can ever develop. I have realised that the corrupt journalists and members of the civil society who connived with officials of my administration to defraud the state or cover up rot did not only hurt the country but they are part of the reason I have to forever live with the humiliation of the first one-term president in the Fourth Republic. This is our country. And its fortunes lie solely on us. Let’s all stand up and be counted.

God bless our Homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong!



Thursday, September 15, 2016

Why I Won't Vote Come Election 2016!

I won't vote, I have no political anti-establishment, I am not anarchist. Just that I see no reason to vote. I am aware of article 42 of the constitution of the Republic of Ghana which empower every citizen age 18 and above with sound mind the right to vote.
A vote a formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands.
I am a pure liberal and the following reasons motivated me to state vehemently
 'I won't vote come election 2016'
Just and have a clear peace of mind.
 As a Blogger and a Radio Presenter there are functions of people who read my post and listen to my programs, people from all sorts of environs, I have no idea of. Over the few years what i have come to realize is, the political landscape is divided into two. Either NPP or NDC. Partaking in elections is like endorsing the candidature of a presidential hopeful. One may raise the argument but no one would see who 
I vote for? Yes,  but remember our conscience always do judge us.

I wouldn't like to be blacklist as my colleagues have faced over the years. I just want to have a clear peace of  mind to work and tackle issues as i have done before , to hit the nail on the head i mean.
  Till now am not convinced by any political party, their manifestoes, aims for this year's election. All i hear from the ruling party is "maintain us and we shall continue to transform Ghana and change your lives" and chanting "JMToaso", "Onaapo". Whiles the opposition parties booms riddance the ruling party else Ghana will go doom. And campaigning everywhere on the street "Change Is Coming", "Mahama Is Incompetence" I guess they think we are doing choral checks abi? Lol

The President actually doesn't affect anything directly in my life. Does he?
Probably No, he doesn't ! If taxes are raised I'll pay more money, if regulations are put on how businesses hire, if prices of fuel are increased. I will buy. When even I don't even vote.
So you see the President doesn't  actually affect anything  directly in my life, But for every action, as we learned from Newton in High School, there is equal and opposite reaction. Every government creates opportunities. The past presidents have paid their dues and also cause the woes we face.
I have this school of thought that whatever conditions are, if I focus on the good then I will get opportunity. All I need least is to sit, stand and lie down, so far no president has prevented me from first John of the fourth Republic to the fourth John of the foirth Republic. Why should i waste my precious time standing in a queue to vote?
Voting won't make any difference. We have believed over the years that, casting our votes brings the visionaire leaders into power and again the voice of the people is the voice of the God, but the bitter fact is, its a complete lie. Research conducted by myself has shown clearly that all the changes we do by voting has rather sent as to hell.

Nobody tells the truth. They are all liars just deceiving us to win power. I recall vividly how the NDC were promising 'Heaven on Earth' during election 2008 to the extent of promising to be putting money in our poc and to reduce the prices of fuel drastically if elected into power. Where are all these promises? The NPP at the other hand are playing the role of Angelica Aldama in the soap opera Marimar, pretending to care about the normal Ghanaian making allegations upon allegations. Wait did they promise One village One Dam? Do they know what a Dam is? Also the NDC promising to pay Cocoa farmers using Mobile Money? Funny politicians
Accra Mayor braiding someone's hair to win her vote.

Concluding, the factors above fueled my decision not to vote come December 7th. I have a point right?
Runing-mate of the NPP flag bearer Nana Akufo Addo, Dr.Bawumia pounding fufu just to win a vote.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Malcolm X's wish what Ghana needs to adopt - Editorial

Malcolm X

Dedicated to all politicians

I have been inspired over the years by great men who demanded  for themselves the best and history  of the blacks wouldn't ever be complete without citing them. Malcolm X is one of them, at every point in time he proved beyond reasonable doubt his abilities and potentials. Do you know Malcolm X ? 

A brief about him

Malcolm X, born on May 19,1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. Christened Malcolm Little
and later also known as el-Hajj
Malik el-Shabazz, was an
African-American Muslim
minister and human rights activist. His
mother, Louise Norton Little, was a
homemaker occupied with the family’s
eight children. His father, Earl Little, was
an outspoken Baptist minister and avid
supporter of Black Nationalist leader Marcus Garvey. 
Malcolm X was assassinated on February 21, 1965, At a speaking engagement in the
Manhattan’s Audubon Ballroom three gunmen rushed
Malcolm onstage. They shot him 15 times
at close range. The 39-year-old was
pronounced dead on arrival at New
York’s Columbia Presbyterian Hospital.

On the 23 January, 1965 barely one month before he was assassinated, Malcolm read a mind blowing speech at the Michigan State University, East Lansing. 

Malcolm described the difference between
the "house Negro" and the "field Negro."

"So you have two types of Negro. The old type and
the new type. Most of you know the old type. When
you read about him in history during slavery he
was called "Uncle Tom." He was the house Negro.
And during slavery you had two Negroes. You had
the house Negro and the field Negro.
The house Negro usually lived close to his master.
He dressed like his master. He wore his master's
second-hand clothes. He ate food that his master
left on the table. And he lived in his master's
house--probably in the basement or the attic--but
he still lived in the master's house.
So whenever that house Negro identified himself,
he always identified himself in the same sense that
his master identified himself. When his master
said, "We have good food," the house Negro would
say, "Yes, we have plenty of good food." "We" have
plenty of good food. When the master said that "we
have a fine home here," the house Negro said,
"Yes, we have a fine home here." When the master
would be sick, the house Negro identified himself
so much with his master he'd say, "What's the
matter boss, we sick?" His master's pain was his
pain. And it hurt him more for his master to be
sick than for him to be sick himself. When the
house started burning down, that type of Negro
would fight harder to put the master's house out
than the master himself would.
But then you had another Negro out in the field.
The house Negro was in the minority. The
masses--the field Negroes were the masses. They
were in the majority. When the master got sick,
they prayed that he'd die. [Laughter] If his house
caught on fire, they'd pray for a wind to come
along and fan the breeze.
If someone came to the house Negro and said,
"Let's go, let's separate," naturally that Uncle Tom
would say, "Go where? What could I do without
boss? Where would I live? How would I dress?
Who would look out for me?" That's the house
Negro. But if you went to the field Negro and said,
"Let's go, let's separate," he wouldn't even ask
you where or how. He'd say, "Yes, let's go." And
that one ended right there.
So now you have a twentieth-century-type of
house Negro. A twentieth-century Uncle Tom. He's
just as much an Uncle Tom today as Uncle Tom
was 100 and 200 years ago. Only he's a modern
Uncle Tom. That Uncle Tom wore a handkerchief
around his head. This Uncle Tom wears a top hat.
He's sharp. He dresses just like you do. He speaks
the same phraseology, the same language. He tries
to speak it better than you do. He speaks with the
same accents, same diction. And when you say,
"your army," he says, "our army." He hasn't got
anybody to defend him, but anytime you say "we"
he says "we." "Our president," "our government,"
"our Senate," "our congressmen," "our this and
our that." And he hasn't even got a seat in that
"our" even at the end of the line. So this is the
twentieth-century Negro. Whenever you say "you,"
the personal pronoun in the singular or in the
plural, he uses it right along with you. When you
say you're in trouble, he says, "Yes, we're in
trouble."
But there's another kind of Black man on the
scene. If you say you're in trouble, he says, "Yes,
you're in trouble." [Laughter] He doesn't identify
himself with your plight whatsoever"
Fair enough Malcolm's time was in the 20 century and here we are in the 21st century still acting as such, behaving like the field negroes Aren't we one blood for God sake? 
The whites are fighting us and now ourselves. Issues of national interest are now attend to with political spectacles. Is about that time we change. I thought we are blocs. 

Our speeches need to be edited the 'I' must be 'we'  'mine' should be 'ours', we one country, different culture, same people one blood. Ghana at heart must be our priority not political views. The mere fact that Party A, is in power doesn't mean Party A should enjoy and party B suffering from hardship

Long live mother Ghana
Love live true patriot



Friday, June 24, 2016

UK vote to leave EU in a referendum !

The UK has voted to leave the European Union
after 43 years in a historic referendum.
Leave won by 52% to 48% with England and Wales
voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland
and Northern Ireland backed staying in the EU.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage hailed it as the UK's
"independence day" but the Remain camp called it
a "catastrophe".
The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar
since 1985 as the markets reacted to the results.

The referendum turnout was 71.8% - with more
than 30 million people voting - the highest turnout
at a UK election since 1992.
Wales and the majority of England outside London
voted in large numbers for Brexit.
Labour's Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said
the Bank of England may have to intervene to
shore up the pound, which lost 3% within
moments of the first result showing a strong result
for Leave in Sunderland and fell as much as 6.5%
against the euro.
'Independence day'
UKIP leader Nigel Farage - who has campaigned
for the past 20 years for Britain to leave the EU -
told cheering supporters "this will be a victory for
ordinary people, for decent people".
Mr Farage - who predicted a Remain win at the
start of the night after polls suggested that would
happen - said Thursday 23 June would "go down
in history as our independence day".
He called on Prime Minister David Cameron, who
called the referendum but campaigned
passionately for a Remain vote, to quit
"immediately".
A Labour source said: "If we vote to leave,
Cameron should seriously consider his position."
But pro-Leave Conservatives including Boris
Johnson and Michael Gove have signed a letter to
Mr Cameron urging him to stay on whatever the
result.
Labour former Europe Minister Keith Vaz told the
BBC the British people had voted with their
"emotions" and rejected the advice of experts who
had warned about the economic impact of leaving
the EU.
He said the EU should call an emergency summit
to deal with the aftermath of the vote, which he
described as "catastrophic for our country, for the
rest of Europe and for the rest of the world".
Germany's foreign minister Frank Walter
Steinmeier describes the referendum result as as
"a sad day for Europe and Great Britain".
But Leave supporting Tory MP Liam Fox said
voters had shown great "courage" by deciding to
"change the course of history" for the UK and, he
hoped, the rest of Europe.
And he called for a "period of calm, a period of
reflection, to let it all sink in and to work through
what the actual technicalities are," insisting that Mr
Cameron must stay on as PM.
Exit process
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said
that the EU vote "makes clear that the people of
Scotland see their future as part of the European
Union" after all 32 local authority areas returned
majorities for Remain.
Analysis by Prof John Curtice
London has voted to stay in the EU by around 60%
to 40%.
However, no other region of England has voted in
favour of remaining.
The referendum has underlined the social and
cultural gap between London and provincial
England.
Remain's defeat seems to have been primarily the
product of the decisions made by voters living
north of the M4.
Throughout the Midlands and the North of England
the level of support for Remain was well below
what was required for it to win at least 50% of the
vote across the UK as a whole.
Britain would be the first country to leave the EU
since its formation - but a leave vote will not
immediately mean Britain ceases to be a member
of the 28-nation bloc.
That process could take a minimum of two years,
with Leave campaigners suggesting during the
referendum campaign that it should not be
completed until 2020 - the date of the next
scheduled general election.
The prime minister will have to decide when to
trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which would
give the UK two years to negotiate its withdrawal.
Once Article 50 has been triggered a country can
not rejoin without the consent of all member
states.
Mr Cameron has previously said he would trigger
Article 50 as soon as possible after a leave vote
but Boris Johnson and Michael Gove who led the
campaign to get Britain out of the EU have said he
should not rush into it.
But they also said they want to make immediate
changes before the UK actually leaves the EU, such
as curbing the power of EU judges and limiting the
free movement of workers, potentially in breach the
UK's treaty obligations.
The government will also have to negotiate its
future trading relationship with the EU and fix trade
deals with non-EU countries.
In Whitehall and Westminster, there will now begin
the massive task of unstitching the UK from more
than 40 years of EU law, deciding which directives
and regulations to keep, amend or ditch.
The Leave campaign argued during a bitter four-
month referendum campaign that the only way
Britain could "take back control" of its own affairs
would be to leave the EU.
Leave dismissed warnings from economists and
international bodies about the economic impact of
Brexit as "scaremongering" by a self-serving elite

Source: bbc.com

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

WHEN DADDY CAN PRAY -Editoral


This piece came to my mail from a friend I have no idea  who the author is though but want to share with you

I could not keep it to myself anymore. I drove all the way to Dad's office and confessed to him I was in love with a young lady.

He asked for her name and description. He kept smiling. We prayed together and trusted God for His leading. Dad did not say a word.

Two days after my wife said "Yes" to my proposal, I told both dad and mum as a birthday gift for him.

Mum smiled and said, "Months earlier when your father went to preach in the Corpers Fellowship,  he saw her and the Holy Spirit told him, "Isn't she the wife of your son?"I was the only unmarried son. He kept his fingers crossed till I told him. Yet he did not utter a word but he knew already.

I want to talk to men: You MUST be the priest of your home. Nothing must happen without your knowing. If your wife is the one waking you up for family devotion and setting the pace, something is wrong with you!

You must have charted the course of your children in prayer. Call them by name in prayer and prophecy over them. Bless your wife daily. Lay hands on her before you step out.

What makes a man is far beyond finance and romance- you must be a man of prayer! Nothing must happen in your home until you permit it (not by stubborn conducts but prayers).

Brother, if you are unmarried now and you are not learning to pray, you are living like a spiritual gambler saying "what will be will be"; you better wake up, smell the coffee. Stop sleeping like a log of wood. Wake up at night. Blast in tongues by the Spirit. Take on the Word and confess it. Do not leave your future home to chance. Marriage is not a ludo game.

Fathers and fathers to be, take your place. Build finance. Learn Romance but Exercise your Spirit and take your place.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Letter To My Future Wife 'The Real Me You Need To Know'



(An open letter by Bernard Ralph Adams)




Dear future wife, 

I cannot wait for that day - that frabjous day to say 'I do'  but before then, here is the real me you need to know. You may know me from a distance or in person but trust me you know nothing about me as the saying goes "People only sees what you allow them to know and see" No female friend knows of what am about to tell you.

Hmmm! It's quite a long miscellaneous but let me starting moving. I am maverick. I'm among the few guys who sees only the good side of everything. I don't value material things neither do I treasure them. I'm very controversial and defend every side I take, been it good or evil. I once remember during my late teenage I visited a friend who stays 30 minutes drive from where I reside. We spent time happily together since it been a while we heard from each other. We tete-a-tete, playing video games to discussing trending issues for almost three (3) hours before I realized everywhere was dark. I hurriedly told my friend (David) Man : I wan go huz 

He replied : Charlie don't mk dull just now?




I rushed and picked my bag and oya I left. God so good I got a cab upon reaching the near by junction. I stopped the car and sat in panting seriously because I knew my mom would be very worried. Half journey on the road I picked my wallet and paid the driver fifteen (15) minutes later I was at my destination. I alighted and went home only to see my mom worried just like I thought, I greeted and head toward my room. Feeling tired I relaxed on my bed for about ten (10) minutes, I waked up and started off loading the items in my bag only to find out I have lost Ghs50 I moved to the hall to check if I could find it on the study table but to no avail. I called my friend (David)  on phone and asked if I left the money at his side. But he said at the other end of the phone naa. Not knowing all this while whiles  i was searching for the money my Mom was sitting comfortably watching a Philippines soap opera 'Her mother's daughter'. She muttered Hollandsworth, have you lost something ? I replied yes.

she asked what  have I  lost I replied, my money.

she asked again what is the exact amount? I remember I kindly replied, Mom if I tell you the amount, you would end up worried and insult me saying I am careless and after all, you can't do anything about the past  I have life and can earn more. The only word my mom  gasped was I knew you wouldn't definitely tell me. Babe, l don't worry over what can do nothing about. Learn from my mom how she responded. Same may happen. That is who I am

  I am self motivated type of person. Despite all the stress I pull for being controversial I carry on my duties as I want to. Once upon a time I wrote an article about one of Ghana's celebrity. In the article I expressed myself how I see the personality without being bias. An hour later my inbox started flooding with insults, curses name them. I nearly lose focused. But I encouraged myself saying 'this is the work I do' and threatening and insults are some of the risks involved. One basic principle I always live with  is 'the power of the mind' (thinking manipulating the mind to get an answer)  I am not moved by what I see or hear. It's all centered on me pursuing life how I want it to be. I hardly understand how hurt one becomes because of how he thinks.

Not too friendly, shy a bit jealous. I am phlegmatic by temperament too inward and private but a bit melancholic. I hardly make new friends but keep the little I make. My name can never to left out through all the schools I attended when listing shy guys. I recall a certain girl (Josephine) would always ask, Ralph are you that shy? I always replies No, but hiding my face. Lol. This same instance happened early this year. My junior brother and I met a female friend. We conversed for about thirty (30) minutes. Later that day I was checking my WhatsApp messages and saw a message from the girl we meet. The message reads "Ralph are you that shy ? I texted back No am not shy just that I speak I don't talk (I have been asked hundreds time and I always give the same answer).

  I am one kind of person who loves so much with passion and does the vice versa. If you are lucky  I choose you. Is you I love and nobody else. I am jealous just like God told the Israelite in the Biblical days. I am not selfish I believe you need to reciprocate what I does.

Man after my words.

Beauty, if I promise I fulfill, no matter what it takes to fulfill as far as I said, i go by my promise. Just as King Herod who promised  with an oath Herodias daughter after she has danced to entertain his guest at his birthday party to give her whatever she ask, and when the little girl asked for John the Baptist head, he ordered to his execution to beheaded John the Baptist. As the King obeyed is an epitome of me. My yes means, YES, my no means, No.

  I am Catholic than the Pope himself I was born into a Christian family precisely Assemblies Of God Family. My Dad a Pastor. So imagine the life I live. I believe strongly that Jesus Christ is the son of God and our Saviour. I have adopted the Grace teachings as my life (you know the name and claim, once saved forever saved stuffs)



Hate comparison likes who l am and who you are. There is this story I read a year ago about how two lovers broke up due to how the lady wanted to be treated just like her friend's lover and lack of effective communication. Appreciation they say is the ladder to greatness. I like whatever I do and what you will do. This saying which always get me laughing 'love me, like my dog'

I don't work for money. I enjoy almost 99.9% what I do. Not for the monies, fame or girls. Because I want do it. From publishing inspirational messages to daily news writing. A man within the ages of 35 - 40 years asked me one day where did you learn how to do all what you does ? I don't understand how a young guy like you knows most things. I smiled and replied, I sleep late in the night  most times 1:00am  and wake up early as 4:00am and I always learn.

Sweetheart, I give away freely I am an open source advocate

   Regarding the food I like. Ermm! There is this worldly saying the way to a man's heart is through food that doesn't apply to me.

Among all the dishes prepared and served in Ghana I eat few of them. I only eat one food we get from Maize. I was told I use to eat but got to a time I fall ill whenever I eat so they stop feeding me with such foods. For two decade now rice is in the menu of my everyday food.

Beauty, Queen,  my princess I hope you have today known what you never knew about me. And we gonna be happy together in the near future.

From your lover,

Ralph 




Sunday, June 12, 2016

Download Facebook Moments or forfeit your synced photos

Facebook users with a synced photo album are
receiving an email from the social network that
says they’ll have to install and log in to the
company’s Moments app by July 7, or else have
all their photos inside that album deleted.
The app, released last year, allows for private
uploads of photos for sharing with friends without
actually putting them onto the social network.
Before Moments, Facebook put into its main app a
similar feature called Photo Sync, back in 2012,
which, when turned on, automatically uploaded
photos from a smartphone into a private “Synced
from phone” album.
That album will be going away after July 7,
making Moments the way Facebook wants its
users to automatically upload photos privately.
Rather not deal with Moments? There’s another
option for rescuing your synched photos, says
Facebook.
If you “don’t want to download Moments, [you]
will also be able to download a zip file of your
synced photos from your Facebook profile on your
computer before July 7th,” the company said in
an emailed statement.
Techcrunch reported the July deadline earlier

Thursday, June 9, 2016

MARRIED IN SCHOOL, SINGLE AT HOME


I received this message, a wonderful piece this morning from a female friend and want to share with you.  Kindly read, it got me thinking the youngsters of today.

Welcome to Ghanaian campuses where little girls
are practising 'wifely functions'! Just visit the boys'
hostels and you would be disappointed to find out
that it is now common for a girl to live in with a
course mate. It is now common for her lover to
give her the popular compliment 'you look sexy
my gal' and she would gladly reply 'thank you
honey' with a flirty voice and a romantic smile.
Who is her lover? A 300 level student whose CGPA
is barely up to 1.78! And they are aiming for the
next best couple award for the session by the
departmental association. So, the girl need to live
in with him to prepare along.
What nonsense! It seems that some girls suddenly
loose their senses immediately they gain
admission. I've seen that some of them have no
more sense of caution, honour and dignity. They
would change their wardrobes and acquire a new
set of make ups just to look 'campussy' and sexy
enough for the guys. In months, they would start
sleeping around with little boys. I mean boys who
collect pocket money from their uncles! Dirty boys
who most of the time are infected with sexually
transmitted diseases.
Hey! I want you to know that you were sent to
school to obtain a degree not a disease. The
campus is called a school; school not sex! You
are on campus to receive education not
ejaculation. You are here to master the use of a
pen not the pleasures of a penis. Wake up girl! Do
some thinking. Your future is greater than the 'best
couple award'.
You cook for a boy you are more intelligent than.
You give your virginity to a boy who will definitely
leave you after graduation. You play wife to a boy
who cannot even care for himself. Oh, you have
given too much. Enough! Open your eyes! Can't
you see you're being foolish? You are passing
through the fears of unwanted pregnancies yet you
are opening your legs to a coward who cannot
stand before your father. And when you eventually
gets pregnant, he would brutally advise you to
abort it and you would timidly agree; then face the
consequences later. What a shame!
You may master the use of condoms but you can't
master the punishment of your conscience.
Don't you know you are bringing shame to your
family? Don't you know that you are cursing your
mother by accepting to sleep with a boy (not even
a man) without her consent? I cautioned a girl
against sleeping around and she replied 'Sheddy, I
don't sleep around; its only one boyfriend I have
and am faithful to him'. What impunity! That's
classified harlotry. And don't you know that
sleeping with a man without your father's
blessings is bringing a curse to your future? What
happened to your cultural values? Somewhere in
your heart you know he would use you and dump
you; so why are you setting up yourself for a
heartbreak? I want to remind you that you are a
lady and one day you may get married. And your
husband would know that you are such a dirty
bitch who sleeps with anything in trousers. The
greatest gift a lady would give to her husband on
the wedding night is her virginity less lost it out of
(rape) not the certificate of best couple of the year
on campus! The other gifts for the rest of her life
are her care and character not her curves and
complexion! Real men know this; so, get it
screwed in!
Those treacherous boys would call you 'sexy' and
you would answer? Oh, sorry! They touch your
breast and you would smile? They would ask you
out and you would oblige? Oh, you are indeed a
mistake. Am not saying that you should be rude or
never live a 'social life' but I want you to think
deeper than you are currently doing. I want to turn
your attention back to your books.
You are not in school for breast exhibition. So, pay
less attention to those boobs and give more
attention to your books!
You are not in school for cat walking show.
You are rather here to show us the dignity of
womanhood.
You are here to prove to us that you are costly.
So, why make yourself so cheap?
I am writing this with both love and pain in my
heart and that's why am sounding stern. I know
about two girls now that have been living with
their boyfriend since year one and as it is now
they can't even even count how many abortions
they had for that same boy sch bae it's now like a
normal thing to them, the last one she did almost
took her life and that made her bleed for 4months
imagine how you do feel with ordinary 4 dayz of
menstruation left alone living with it for months..
As a matter of fact one of them have damaged her
fallopian tube due to excessive of contraceptives
she has taken to prevent pregnancy. I want you to
look beyond now and think of what advise you
would give your own daughter when you become a
mother. I hope I have not offended you...if I have,
please repent.
To the decent girls I have seen on campus: do not
be swayed by these evil. Be consistent and keep
celebrating your purity. I am always proud of you.
And God is more proud of you. Please share this
message with all your friends on this campus and
let's restore some dignity.

Friday, May 27, 2016

MUSIGA warns Musicians against profane songs

The Musicians Union Of Ghana (MUSIGA)  has released a statement signed by the President of the association Bice Osei Kuffour banning the playing of songs which contains adult words on the airwaves. It continued to advice musician/songwriters to abstain from  writing songs with profane lyrics.

Read the statement below
The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has
noted with concern, the rising incidence of
profane lyrics in songs released by Ghanaian
musicians.
This current trend is particularly disturbing
considering the fact that these songs are played
without any radio edits on primetime radio and
given wide currency on social media.
In that regard, the Union is calling on musicians
and songwriters in Ghana to desist from writing
songs with profane lyrics. As much as the Union
appreciates the creative liberties of songwriters to
freely express themselves, it is essential that
artistes appreciate the impact of their songs on
the public especially in an era where technology
has made it relatively easier for songs to be
heard.
MUSIGA is, therefore, urging all musicians to be
mindful of the need to provide inspiring and
positive lyrics in our songs. In the same breadth,
we are also calling on radio and television station
operators to be mindful of their role as
gatekeepers of society and be circumspect in
what they play on air. We are also calling on the
National Media Commission to throw their
spotlight on the content of music played on air
not only on the political content of programmes.
As the nation prepares for elections in November,
we of the Musicians Union of Ghana would like to
urge all Ghanaians to be vigilant in ensuring that
the elections are peaceful and credible.
Signed:
Bice Osei Kuffour
PRESIDENT

Thursday, May 26, 2016

EXCLUSIVE! GHANA POLICE SERVICE CONSIDERING BLOCKING SOCIAL MEDIA ON ELECTION DAY


The Inspector General of Police (IGP) John
Kudalor has announced the Ghana Police Service
is considering blocking social media across the
country on election day.
He is concerned that social media could be used
as a tool for misinformation thus posing a danger
to the nation’s security during the polls.
"At one stage I was even saying that if it
becomes critical on the eve and the election day
we shall block all social media as other countries
have done. So we are thinking about it," John
Kudalor said at a media interaction in Accra,
Thursday.
In a later interview with Joy News, he said “If
people are churning out the type of information
which are quite false then why not? The security
of this nation is paramount.”
According to him, blacking out Facebook, Twitter
and other media platforms is one of the several
options under discussion.
The black-out, he said, would be less than 24
hours, from 7am to 5pm, which are the voting
hours in Ghana.
The IGP said Ghana can learn from examples in
other African countries which limited the use of
social media on election day.
Uganda, in a surprise move, shut down social
media on election day February 19, 2016. Voters
woke up to realize their to access social media
platforms has been cut.
Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni defended
the ban as a "security measure to avert lies ...
intended to incite violence and illegal declaration
of election results."
Several countries have interfered with or banned
access to the social networking website
Facebook, including Bangladesh , China , Iran ,
North Korea and Syria although the bans were
not related to elections.
The impact of social media on elections has
become a fascinating subject for research among
social scientist. One study published in 2012
found that Facebook feeds have a significant
impact on voting patterns.
In the US, political analysts have observed that
social media could decide who wins the
presidential elections in November.