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Pulse daily DIY recipe teaches prospective chefs how to prepare healthy, Ghanaian dishes in a simple way.

No question is too strange, and no issue is too small for Tech 911. This week, we explore a question from a reader who is finding things pop up in her Google history that she (claims) she never searched for... and it only gets more interesting from there.

Easter is believed to be a Christian festival which marks the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As ironic as it may seem, this festival hasn’t been a preserve of only Christians in recent years as many people join in the celebration.

Mashed Plantain is a traditional meal enjoyed by many Ghanaians.
Ingredients

2 slightly ripe plantains


1 Chili pepper


Salt to taste


Onion


Palm oil


Roasted peanuts


2 Eggs


Avocado

 

Method

1. Peel plantains and boil plantains. Add salt to taste and cover to cook.

 

2. Wash uncooked egg and add to the boiling plantain.

 

3. Wash all vegetables.

 

4. Boil pepper.

 

5. Grind onion, add pepper when cooked.

 

6. Add peanut, grind all ingredients

 

7. Remove eggs from plantain when cooked and drain water from plantain.

 

8. Mash plantain in 'asanka' or earthenware bowl.

 

9. Add mixture to mashed plantain and mix thoroughly.

 

10. Heat pan over medium high heat until hot and then add the palm oil and onions.

 

11. Add teaspoons of palm oil to mashed plantain until the content mix evenly.

 

12. Garnish with roasted groundnut, sliced avocado and peeled eggs.

 

Source: pulsegh

 

In the beginning, I too was awed by everything President Akufo-Addo said. Like the people who liked, shared and re-shared the video of his press conference with France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, I found him inspiring. But over a year after his inauguration, I still find him up in the clouds with his lofty rhetoric, and I need my president to come down to earth to help ease our daily pains.

To compare addictive drugs, scientists averaged 3 factors: physical harm, dependency or addiction, and social harm. Here are the top in the dependency category.

As anyone who has drunk a cup of coffee knows, not all drugs are equally harmful. Caffeine, the most widely consumed psychoactive drug on earth, is not a danger to human health.

9 things every young entrepreneur must know in 2018

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Whether you are an Entrepreneur or desire to be one by chance or choice, driven by impact or profit, there are a number of things that are crucial to the growth of your Business or Ideas.

Around 76 countries and territories use left-hand traffic, and the practice is believed to have originated in ancient Rome to help defend against enemy attacks. Following is a transcript of the video.

Not a day passes in Ghana that corruption is not talked about or reported in the media. The decadence cuts across all facets of the Ghana’s social, political and economic life. In my recent article” Fighting Corruption In Ghana – The Christian And The Integrity Value Proposition”,  the thrust of the article intended for all- especially  Christians to  stop and think about our individual contributions to the spiral growth of the corruption situation in the country.

Countries that recognize the crucial role tourism plays are constantly developing strategies to remain relevant in the industry.  This doesn’t however hold true for Ghana, as key stakeholders in the tourism sector have failed to show commitment towards the industry over the years. It was an entirely different situation in the 1980’s down to the 2000’s when Ghana was leading its neighbours as the number one tourist destination. Ghana, in those times could record as high as over 500,000 tourists in a year. Tourism was promoted through useful programmes including Emancipation Day Celebrations, Pan African Festivals and the like.

What is the first thing you notice in a man? There are lots of things that attract women, but the most impressionable trait that hooks us is a guy’s sexiness. Here’s how you can pull that off.

3rd December was the International Day of Disability. I had the privilege of interviewing the Association of Students with Disability on Saturday on "A Week On Campus" on radio. My great friend Caruthers Tetteh, the "Knowing Africa" Champion John Chapere, and Debate Guru Abraham Atubillah were in the studio with me for the interaction.

We discussed the relevance of the International Day of Disability celebration, the Association's planned activities, some challenges persons with Disability face on campus and the way forward.