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Sammy Darko writes: #Number12 made simple

On another wall, someone admitted that he was confused about the controversy surrounding #Number12. So I wrote this:

Ellen Mimi Owusu writes: The little Things

The whole world watched on as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married on the 19th of May 2018 in Windsor. The wedding was reported to have been viewed by over 2 billion people around the world.

Akufo-Addo must resign or face possible impeachment

Caucus for Democratic Governance-Ghana (CDG-GH), the mouthpiece of the voiceless and the deprived in society, has over the years conducted research and made observations, which are often translated…

Dr. Nduom writes: Where should the solution to the crisis in football in Ghana come from?

There is no question that there is a crisis in football in Ghana. So whose responsibility is it to solve the crisis? 
Spain National Team

FIFA World Cup Time Travel: Opportunity for Africa and Timing for Spain

Africa hosted the World Cup for the first time in 2010 and we can remember the Waka Waka song of Shakira. The World Cup turned out to be extra special for her as she found her partner Gerard Pique,…

A short history of the celebration of 4 June and 31 December as public holidays

After the PNP was violently overthrown on 31 December 1981, the PNDC Government declared both Revolution Day (31 December) and 4 June as public holidays by a yearly ritual of executive fiats, and not…

Anas suppose corruption exposé-Ken Agyapong will one day be exonerated though he is wrong today

I have followed the good, the bad and the ugly aspect of Anas suppose corruption exposé about the president of Ghana Football Association, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi since the Deputy Chief Of Staff, Mr Abu…
Korle-bu Police station: Student arrested for holding 'Open UGMC now' placard

Arthur Kennedy Writes: The Road To Kume Preko

This morning, at a function organized by the first lady's foundation, a protestor was arrested for holding a placard and detained at the Korle-bu Police station.

Nine major factors that would shape the NDC Presidential primaries

The race to lead the NDC in the next elections is heating up. What are the factors that will determine who eventually emerges victorious? What are delegates or voters likely to consider before…
Theresa May [Left], UK Prime Minister & Joshua Attoh Quarshie [Right], founding member of UP Tradition

Attoh Quarshie Writes: UK planting seeds of evil and abomination

I have still not recovered from the shock and pains that was visited on the “soul, spirit and body” of our today’s world by the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, right in the presence of the Queen…
Fare thee well

Deputy Chief of Staff Francis Asenso-Boakye pays tribute to Akenten Appiah-Menka:

We are but dust and vapour, yet we leave footprints in the sand of time by the measure of our contribution towards humanity.
Kobina Arthur Kennedy, the Author

Arthur Kennedy writes: Safety on our campuses

And the band played on. 19 year-old Godfred Arthur of Osei Kyeretwie Secondary School became the latest person to lose his life while pursuing an education when he was stabbed by armed robbers.

Vindictive Presidential Staffers Association of Ghana

I am still struggling to understand what went into creating a constitution that allows the winner of an election to take everything to himself. The winner-takes-all mistake is part of the violence…
 Roland Affail Monney, President, GJA

OPANA WRITES: hypocrisy of GJA is killing journalism

The usual hypocrisy of the umbrella union of the inky fraternity in Ghana, the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) and the entire nation has been brought to bear again, this time, after Hajia Fati, a…
Blessing sin

Blessing sin: When does it become alright to eat the fruit of the forbidden tree?

Almost half a decade after the “right to privacy “ made its debut into Ghanaian constitutional law, the Supreme Court has finally been presented with an opportunity to pronounce on what exactly the…
Dr. Kobina Arthur Kennedy, Author

Importance of 'Kumi Preko' demo in Ghana politics

May 11th 1995 is a very important day for every Ghanaian who believes in the rule of law and Democratic accountability. 
 Frances Essiam, Managing Director, Ghana Cylinder Manufacturing Company Limited

Frances Essiam’s Fight with the GCMC Board, Matters Arising: Part 1

The ongoing clash between Frances Essiam, Managing Director of the Ghana Cylinder Manufacturing Company Limited (GCMC), and her board of directors, over who has ultimate authority over some decisions…

Obiri-Yeboah Maxwell writes: Why I want to marry my mother!

One hot afternoon, I sat on the veranda with my head on her lap as we sung one of our favorite local worship songs composed by Daughters of Glorious Jesus, a legendary Ghanaian vocal trio.
Mother’s Day

Ellen Mimi Owusu writes: Happy Mother’s Day!

Sunday 11th March was Mother’s Day in the UK (Mother’s Day will be celebrated on 13 the May in Ghana and America) Motherhood, in my opinion, is a blessing, but sometimes the challenges in life make…
Ghana’s Nation Builders Corp

Ghana’s Nation Builders Corp, Politics or Panacea to Graduate Youth Unemployment?

It is important to highlight the absence of verifiable data on #YouthUnemployment in Ghana.
Ibrah One

Who is Ibrah One? The young millionaire with some of the most expensive rides in Ghana

The Ghanaian millionaire and businessman who shared iPhones X in a "trotro" on his birthday, is Ibrahim Daouda, popularly known as Ibrah One.