An encounter with acupuncture

By Edmund Smith-Asante

 

Bamboo cups covering some needles as part of the treatment process. PICTURE BY EDMUND SMITH-ASANTE.jpg
Bamboo cups covering some needles as part of the treatment process. PICTURE BY EDMUND SMITH-ASANTE

I know what you are thinking. No, I did not go through the acupuncture therapy myself but I had the privilege of watching it at close range for the first time in my life.

 

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Living with cerebral palsy: The shock, agony and sacrifices

By Edmund Smith-Asante

Nobody wants to be weighed down with any kind of disease, and even experiencing a mild headache for a few minutes is unbearable for many people.

Yet, there are people who do not only have to live with a disease for life, but they are born with diseases that make it impossible for them to live normal lives. Continue reading “Living with cerebral palsy: The shock, agony and sacrifices”

Busted! The elusive world of telecom fraud

Busted! The elusive world of telecom fraud

Internet fraud has been known in Ghana for many years but until recently when the airwaves became awash with news of the arrests of people engaged in SIM BOX fraud, much had not been heard about telecom fraud.

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A year after the June 3 twin disaster

By Edmund Smith-Asante, ACCRA

June 3
The Goil filling station after the disaster

It is already a year since Ghana experienced its worst disaster in the country’s history. Tagged as the June 3 twin disaster or the ‘Black Wednesday’, that day still brings painful memories to many Ghanaians, even those who did not lose loved ones or properties to the marauding floods and the raging inferno from the Goil filling station that burnt people alive.

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