Naija Trend @naijatrendorg
2 months ago
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Frank Peter @FrankLove
3 months ago
Tomorrow Island (Big Diomede) and Yesterday Island (Little Diomede).
The Diomede islands are just three miles apart but the bigger island is almost one day ahead of its smaller neighbour (21 hours) because they sit on either side of the International Date Line which passes through the Pacific Ocean and marks the boundary between one calendar day and the next. They sit in the Bering Strait between mainland Alaska and Siberia
Big Diomede is located on the Russian side while Little Diomede is on the US side. The ice bridge that forms between the two islands in winter makes it possible, although illegal, to walk the short distance between them and 'travel through time'.
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Richmond Setrana @richmond_setrana
3 months ago
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Frederick Abila @fred
3 months ago (E)
I dream of a day when Ghana will rise up to stand again the adversaries of Western influence. Can we for once depend on our resources solely. We have great minds in Africa yet we still decide to run to the outside world only because we see and cherish them as gods.

In actual sense they’re humans like us. We were not born different. The only thing they have that we don’t is development. Have you thought about why they colonized us. Why didn’t we have the upper hand. Why wasn’t it the other way round, blacks colonizing whites. This is because we value them as gods. Why do we even still believe Jesus was a white.

I think it’s now time to step down from their rule. What’s independence if we purely depend on their resources. We even have to ship in foodstuff from abroad even though we also have soil for planting. Currently, I don’t believe Ghana is independent. Independence to me is a ponzu scheme to make Ghanaians feel like we aren’t being ruled but in actual sense they’re ruling us virtually. Through our leaders.

Ghana has existed for decades but we’re still not developing as we’re supposed to. Mainly because we’re waiting for directives from the white to act out. Why do Ghanaian prefer to do menial jobs like cleaning just to secure the fact that it would help them go abroad. A well built gentleman or lady with a masters degree traveling abroad to babysit a 90 year old lady all in the name of living abroad. Is this not slavery?

I’ve used up my edit limit. Sorry for any in
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