rlg Institute of Communication & GYEEDA – How I was Fooled After Graduation

RLG 5the Graduation
The Rlg Institute of Technology in partnership with the Ghana Youth Employment and Entrepreneurial Agency (GYEEDA) formerly of National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP) under the Ministry of Youth and Sports, last Friday, November 16, 2012 held its 5th graduation ceremony for 1,300 youth in the Greater Accra Region at a short, but impressive ceremony, in Osu-Greater Accra.
Mr. Roland Agambire, Chief Executive Officer of Rlg Communications, said the 1,300 youth in the Greater Accra Region were part of the 7,134 youth who formed the last batch of trainees who underwent training in ICT at the Rlg Institute of Technology and the Ghana Youth Employment and Enterpreneurial Agency (GYEEDA).
He pledged that each graduand is entitled to graduate with his/her certificate as well as a setup kit which consists of:

*BGA Re-Work Station, *DC-Power Supply, *Multimeter, *Set of Screw Drivers, *Tweezers, *Soldering Iron/station.

All of these tools were as a he put it, part of the business process and graduands will be mentored to practice the trade, earn income and grow their business, in addition to making available a modernized workstation under a special micro financing scheme for interested graduands only.

Will his promises and pledges materialise? Read my/our story.

MY STORY (Flash Back).
My quest to become a qualified and competent Engineer in Mobile and Computing Technology landed me at the Rlg Training Institute of Communication (Amasaman Branch)
Minutes of enquiring educated me that their forms of enrollment were in two forms, one for Intensive Student Enrollment Fee paying, which demands applicants in this category to fully self-fund their administration and tuition costs for any module one choose to pursue.
The second form of enrollment which caught my eye enabling me to hurriedly grab the offer was the Enrollment under National Youth Employmet Programme (NYEP).
The Enrollment through NYEP is a partnership training programme with the Government of Ghana through the National Youth Employment Programme currently Ghana Youth Employment and Development Agency (GYEEDA) spelt out boldly that both Administration and Tuition fees in this category are paid for by the Government of Ghana.
Upon advice, I was directed to register with the National Youth Employment Programme, Amasaman District Assembly because I had opted for the second option and they were was in charge of registering students for the Rlg Training Institute in the Municipality.

I believe strongly that I was importune to have been part of such training programme designed and structured to reflect current trends in ICT technological advancements. We all are aware that Rlg’s training center has become a hub for the development of tens of thousands of young talents across Africa.

Just after our orientation to the course and what we should expect after graduation, I became very confident and most opportune.

I have begun this course with sincere zeal and confidence; I have no doubt that this same feeling was the case for other course mates who were participating.

Our tutors from my perspective were experienced, qualified and professional course instructors. They have the skill development qualities to turn any individual into a qualified and competent Engineer in Mobile and Computing Technology.

Our study room was fully equipped with modern and user-friendly training tools andequoment including newly looking computers.
Studies was mostly practical and it went quite well with us. Each majortopic we treated ended with both practical and theoretical examination. This was the trend until the end of our studies with the institution.

until the end As a graduate of the rlg Institute of Communication……typing





Periodically I have to rehash my personal Mission Statement on Facebook (FB). I am committed to educating the Ghanaian/African public on FB, against malignant and retr

ogressive factors that contribute to undermining Africa’s development and modernisation.

Therefore, I am against: poverty, ignorance and powerlessness of the poorest people in Ghana/Africa. My tools are: analysis, critical inquiry and reasoning through textual (pictorial, literary, visual, audio) criticism.

You have all read my many posts suggesting our leaders invest in a 10-15-year science and technology-led Development and Modernisation Programmes (DMP). I have said this will create full employment for all Ghanaians/African, disregarding ethnic, gender and age differences.

The DMP will create industries, jobs. Increased public infrastructure in roads, rail and sea transport. Fee education, affordable public health, material/food provisions, etc.

Wrongly our uncreative-thinking, IMF-SAP-loving, treasonous leaders, place too much emphasis on university-educated personnel to engineer our development. I think this is wrong. There must be a science and technology, social sciences, arts and crafts and entrepreneurial hunt for the most capable practical, innovators in our society.

Asidu Abudu (electronic gadgetry genius) and Pastor Safo Kantaka (the car and plant inventor) exemplify my argument.

Kofi Nyaako

BREAKING: Former Ghana VP Aliu Mahama Dies

Alhaji Aliu Mahama, the Ghana’s former Vice President from 2001 to 2009, died today November 16, at the Cardio Centre of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Ghana has lost one of its noble statesmen, four months after John Evans Atta Mills; the country’s immediate past president died.

Alhaji Aliu Mahama, Ghana’s past Vice President from 2001 to 2009, died today November 16, at the Cardio Centre of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Hospital sources confirmed news of his death to local media at about 10: 20am.

Rumours about Mahama’s death made the rounds in local media this week only for his family and hospital officials to debunk them, insisting he was responding to treatment, and that plans were far advanced for him to be flown abroad for treatment.

However, it appeared he could no longer hold on, as he finally passed away on Friday morning, sending waves of sorrow across a country yet to recover from Atta Mills’ death.

Sources say Mahama was on life support for the past few days, due to heart related complications.

Mahama was born on March 3, 1946. He was a Quantity Surveyor by occupation. He became Ghana’s Vice President under the John Agyekum Kufour/NPP administration from January 7 2001 to January 7 2009.

May he Rest in peace! amiin

Late Prez. Mills took our Nation`s religious leaders especially Leaders of the Christian faith for friends

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Late Prez. Mills took our Nation`s religious leaders especially Leaders of the Christian faith for friends.
He engaged them in building the nation under his tenure.

Now this man is no more, currently and all of a sudden our religious leaders are the enemies of the state.
politicians insulting and cursing our religious leaders with impunity all in the name of politics and under one “Umbrella”. Tha

t umbrella embedded with four colours, with its eagle claws it is ever ready to devour our respected religious leaders.
With total disregard for morality and the Fear of God, they go ahead spreading mischief in the land of peace.

“There is a sinister force on the prowl in our nation. It is a force of impunity. It is a force of treachery. It is a force of evil”.

“To keep silent in such a situation is to allow evil to triumph”.

Voicing my voice out to all those who hear let them hear!!

All they cared about is not at all the word of God

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All they cared about is not at all the word of God, but rather how to make money out of innocent people whom they have managed to brainwash to believe they are worshiping God.

They interpret the word of God wrongfully to suite their lifestyle then they use the Bible to further their own cause.

This man has the most expensive university in Ghana.

Of course he preaches polluting the mind of his v

ictims not to accept anything free.

He has his own reasons why he stands against anything free. These are the people who are willing to cease the wind and sell it to us for a high fee.

Jesus Christ (May the Peace and Blessing of Allah Be Upon Him) educated us to care for the poor and needy in our society without a fee. God is the best and His reward is the best, His rewards are everlasting in good.

If truly the International Central Gospel Church is founded in Christ, they will strictly follow His teachings of helping and providing for the poor and needy for free.

Life is not all about money and fame.
Allow for the poor to be fed and clothed, they should also be given a future.

Isaiah 55:1-3

55 Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.

2 Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness.

3 Incline your ear, and come unto me: hear, and your soul shall live; and I will make an everlasting covenant with you, even the sure mercies of David.


Melcom rescue operation over, death toll confirmed at 14

There have been 14 confirmed deaths in the disaster which occurred last Wednesday.

Out of the 81 persons rescued, 13 of them are still on admission at various hospitals in Accra receiving treatment. 
The last dead body, which was a female, was retrieved Saturday night.
The rescue team convinced there were no more surviving lives in the rubble decided to wrap up the mission on Sunday night, five days after the disaster.
The Deputy Minister of Health, Mr Rojo Mettle Nunoo told journalist that the site was to be secured until such a time that the investigations have been completed.
However, the evacuation of the debris was to continue.
Mr Mettle-Nunoo said there was going to be a compilation of a comprehensive list of all victims in other to ascertain whether or not, there are missing persons.


Herbal drug Provides cure against HIV

A herbal drug with potential for managing HIV and AIDS has been tested and confirmed to be effective against the HIV virus.

The COA drug which reduced virus growth between 70 and 80 per cent in a laboratory test is, however, yet to be tested on humans.
The drug, which was tested by the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research in Accra, also has the ability to cure other blood related diseases such as Hepatitis and Leukaemia.
Although there is the need for further test to prove its efficacy in humans, the drug, which has also been tested by the Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine, Akuapem Mampong, is said to be a potential source for the cure of HIV and AIDS.
Developed by the Centre of Awareness, a religious-based non-governmental organisation, which is into herbal medicine in Cape Coast, the drug is said to be unique because it is said to kill the virus whereas other anti-ritroviral drugs only suppresses the virus.
The Executive President of the Centre of Awareness, Mr Ato Duncan, who made the findings known to the media in Accra, said the centre needed support to perform further tests on the drug.
He called on financial institutions and other funding agencies to support the centre to find a lasting cure to the HIV and AIDS disease.
Mr Duncan also called for collaboration between the centre and scientific research institutions to help in the further development of the drug for the benefit of mankind.
The Omanhene of the Oguaa Traditional Area, Osabarima Kwasi Atta II, said the discovery of a drug for the cure of HIV and AIDS would be a plus for the country and, therefore, called for the needed support.
According to him, HIV and AIDS have already caused a lot of havoc, and there was the need to halt its devastating effect on people across the world.
A Senior Lecturer at the College of Health Sciences, Korle Bu, Rev. Dr Nicholas Trebi, who delivered a report on the efficacy of the COA, said when further developed, the drug would have an effect on the human DNA thereby eliminating the virus from human blood.
The Director of the Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine, Professor Dominic Edoh, said the drug was also a potential source of diabetes cure.