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Havard University holds forum on ICT and civil society

Last week, the Digital Bridge Institute; an international centre for communication studies running currently in the country in conjunction with Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Georgia Tech University and the MacArthur Foundation presented a 3-day workshop on the Enhancement of Civil Society use of ICTs in Nigeria.

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Ghana yes but …

I do not know whether you also saw him, tastefully dressed on cable tv, appealing to us to shun the green white green and put on the red,green and yellow colours of Ghana. “ blah….blah…. me and my peeps blah…. Blah…. Support Ghana blah ….blah …blah…”

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…And now they are eight

After a tortuous four year qualification journey that climaxed with 32 teams qualifying for the grand showdown in south Africa, yesterday, the field was reduced to eight, the famous eight, one in which any of the teams therein can lay claim and rightly too, to the most prized diadem in world sports.

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Giant of Africa indeed…

Saturday Ghana did Africa proud by qualifying for the quarter final of the first ever world cup on African soil. Saturday, Africa, nay the world celebrated what was considered a welcome development in a world cup that has so far yielded tears for a continent that pulled out all the stops to guarantee a hitch free hosting.

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Call me Koffi …for now

This is the first World Cup on African soil. Some say given the organizational bar raised by the South Africans, perhaps it will take South Africa again to host the next one. This is Africa’s World Cup and there has been a lot of efforts to make it an ‘African World Cup.’

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The greatest sports show on earth

Today, the greatest sports show on earth, with due respect to the Olympic Games, will kick off at the impressive 94,700 seating African Calabash Soccer City stadium that FIFA president Joseph Blatter has described as one of the best in the world. If the Fifa president himself can say that, then you better believe it .

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