We travel not to escape life but to see the other side of life hidden in nature. My journey from Accra to Ho in the Volta Region to continue my education at the OLA Secondary School was the first time I had trekked such long distances, with a scenery of green beauty, vast arable lands and water bodies.
With so much biting, unrestrained and sometimes even cruel criticisms in the Ghanaian media, about every action and inaction of President Nana Akufo-Addoâ€™s administration, I really wonder what those expressing concern about a new â€˜culture of silenceâ€™ actually mean.
As we all wait patiently for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to name his Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives of all the MMDAs across the country, it is important for party members, and supporters of the various aspirants, to exercise circumspection and restraint when the list comes out.
One of the constitutional reforms introduced in the 1992 Constitution is the explicit introduction of academic freedom in article 21(1)(b), which states: â€œAll persons shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and belief, which shall include academic freedom.â€
I read a cynical outcry on the front page of Ghanaâ€™s premier newspaper, Daily Graphic, which was attributed to the Chief Executive Officer of the Students Loan Trust Fund, Nana Kwaku Agyei Yeboah, that about 20,000 former beneficiaries are yet to settle their indebtedness to the Students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) after the completion of their studies in tertiary institutions in the country.
Had just arrived in Cape Coast from Accra and decided to visit Mfantsipim, my old school on the Kwabotwe Hill. Having taken the Kotokuraba Market route, I entered the school from the direction of the lower dormitories.
The youth wing of the descendants of the Legendary Nuumo Borkete Larweh, the Leader of Ga Wor and Founder of Nungua, bring you festive greetings from the holy Temple of Gborbu, the Spiritual Headquarters of the Ga Dangmes.
Every business owner should critically consider who their ideal customer is. The ability to identify a customer, sell your product or service to that customer and satisfy the customer so that he/she buys from you again should be the central focus of all your entrepreneurial activity.
Lordina Mahama, the wife of former President Mahama, was a businesswoman. My sources close to the former first family say, at a point in the life of her husband's political career, proceeds from her business were what kept the family.
The utterly absurd story last week of soldiers on a rampage in Wa, the Upper West regional capital, in response to an alleged theft of a mobile phone belonging to one of them evoked terrible memories as a child when I witnessed some of the excesses by military personnel in the wake of both the June 4 and 31st December coups.
Analysing the health sectorâ€™s portion of the national budget at least for the past five years will show the inadequacy of the Government of Ghanaâ€™s (GoG) tax sources into the national budget for the sector, prompting the need for alternative sources.
It hurts to see young people offering such unquestionable support for very self-seeking, self-perpetuating and self-aggrandizing politicians and it feels a bit elating to see a few of them, initiating a move to sustain pressure on government to get the country fixed.
Kindly permit me to use your medium that undoubtedly has a far-reaching target audience to notify the Minister for Roads and Highways (Hon. Amoako Attah) of the potential road menace, that is brewing and will manifest sooner or later if it is not properly addressed.
The theory that the COVID-19 pandemic was triggered by the Sars-CoV-2 virus being leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China was recently given new life following an explosive article in theÂ Wall Street JournalÂ (WSJ) in which the authors claimed: â€œthe most compelling reason to favour the lab leak hypothesis is firmly based in scienceâ€. But does the science really support the claim that the virus was engineered in a laboratory?