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  •   FRANCIS KWAJO MENSA reacted to this post about 5 days ago
    The Finest!
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  •   FRANCIS KWAJO MENSA reacted to this post about 5 days ago
    Truly! Truly!! The death of Ghana's former Veep is painful, I must admit!

    But then, it's kinda ironical as a nation to become [much] more serious in solving and/or finding solution(s) to the...
    Truly! Truly!! The death of Ghana's former Veep is painful, I must admit!

    But then, it's kinda ironical as a nation to become [much] more serious in solving and/or finding solution(s) to the poor working conditions in this country [only] when a public figure dies.

    The pretence here is to witness apparent seriousness from people 'bolting away' in subsequent days after moments of 'chastising' the appropriate quarters and the false hopes strategically received from [them] to 'soothe our headache', regardless of the distress which emanates from problems at hand, with issues becoming quiet and and less relevant at the end of the day.

    [Lemme use trending topics such as the inadequacy and unworkability of Ambulances, and other relevant topics like the poor drainages and roads as a case study.]

    Let's say, an [unpopular] public figure should die over this headache, will there be a similar outcry and speed to solving such problems? Certainly No! [This is where the prominence theory sets in here.]

    Come on! It is ironic, isn't it?

    As a wake up call, Heads, in charge of our various Institutions shouldn't wait for a national tragic to 'pop its head' before we see likeable solutions and improvement on our drainage systems, roads, health facilities, schools, markets centres, sanitation and much more.

    It'll be prudent enough to listen to the [cry] of people and fix their problems, than to wait for a tragedy to happen before we sit upright. And before, committees are set to investigate the overwhelming tragic occurrences in this country, we need be mindful that, our poor attitudes, [when changed] could 'arrest' them instantly.

    Nambe Patrick is my identity, and an immediate past sophomore student at the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
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  •   FRANCIS KWAJO MENSA commented on this post about 5 days ago
    Oregon Home Furniture
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 1 week ago
    "Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience."

    — Ralph Waldo Emerson

    #NambeMedia

    #RadioNambe

    #NambeTV
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 1 week ago
    Pets are lovely companions that keep your company, kill boredom, and add to your fun. In no time, pets become members of the family due to their sense of belonging and loyalty to the family.... Pets are lovely companions that keep your company, kill boredom, and add to your fun. In no time, pets become members of the family due to their sense of belonging and loyalty to the family. However, they can exhibit some tricks that if not checked could cost you a lot of money in repairs of your furniture. Hence, as a pet lover, you would like to prevent your pet from damaging your furniture by searching for ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine, avoid furniture getting destroyed by your pets, and ways to pet proof your furniture.

    If you intend to keep your furniture in top condition regardless of your pets’ presence in the home, here are the ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine, avoid furniture getting destroyed by your pets, ways to pet proof your furniture.



    1. Take a Proactive Steps
    Pets can be kind and funny and also can be destructive. So, it is crucial that you curb your pets’ negative behavior by putting your feet down while correcting their excesses, even before they happen. Some ways to be proactive with your pets and avoid furniture getting destroyed by your pets include:

    a. Taking your dog for walks, runs, and play outdoors and working your cats with physical activities such as balls of paper and string, and laser pointers.

    b. Giving toys to your pets to chew and chase to keep them physically and mentally engaged.

    c. Instructing your pets affirmatively.

    d. Creating a space for your pets like as a dog bed or cat tower.



    2. Prevent Furniture Scratching and Chewing
    Cats scratch furniture to stretch their paws to remove their claws’ outer layer or to mark their scent, while dogs love to dig in when they are settling them to take a rest. Ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine include:

    a. Setting up scratching posts and show your cats how to use them. This is to direct your cats’ energy positively and ensure to reward your cats for using the posts.

    b. Preventing your dogs from getting on furniture and give him a comfortable bed with several layers with which he can dig.

    c. Providing your pets with chewable toys.



    3. Protect Your Furniture
    One of the ways to pet proof your furniture is by covering your furniture. Pets love to play and get covered, and they tend to achieve this by digging into your couches. To prevent these damaging act, place a large blanket made of fleece or a clear plastic slipcover on your furniture. This will prevent your pet from having direct access to your furniture. Putting several blankets on your furniture will keep your pet busy tossing on them without attempting to dig in or chew the furniture.



    4. Clean Pets’ Stains Immediately
    One of several ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine is by cleaning pets’ stains as soon as possible. The smell of pets’ urine can be potent, offensive, and repugnant; so, preventing the urine from making its ways to the furniture will be a lucky thing. However, you can place a plastic cover on your furniture or soak up the urine with paper towels and newspaper. If you can remove the bulk of the urine before it dries up, the intensity of the likely odor will be manageable. Make padding of paper towels and place it on the soiled area and stand on it for a few minutes before moving the padding.



    5. Invest in a Dog Bed
    Uncontrolled access to your furniture by your dog could make your dog dig in or pass urine on your furniture. So, another way out of many ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine is by providing your dog with a comfortable bed to replace your dog’s favorite spot on the couch.

    There are different types of bed for your dog such as orthopedic, bolstered, heated, and pillow beds. Your dog will find any of these lovely beds more comfortable and exciting than a spot on the couch. Therefore, setting up a separate place for your dog will keep him off the furniture.



    6. Close off Certain Rooms
    One of the ways to pet proof your furniture is by restricting your pets from entering your living room or where you have valuable furniture. If your pets will not yield to your efforts to prevent them from damaging your furniture, restrain them from sitting on your furniture or shut the doors to the rooms with valuable furniture pieces.

    If you are in Oregon, USA, and you need high-quality furniture, go to  https://www.revitalizedfurnishings.com/ for unique and extraordinary furniture and furnishings. And if you already have furniture and pets in your home, study your pets to know their habits and follow the ways to protect furniture from pet chewing & pet urine, avoid furniture getting destroyed by your pets, and ways to pet proof your furniture to keep your furniture in a great aesthetic and functional state.
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  •   Charles Kalah reacted to this post about 1 week ago
    President Akufo-Addo sacks EC Boss Charlotte Osei and her two Deputies!
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    Very good one
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  •   Kwaku Yeboah commented on this post about 4 weeks ago
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