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Financial inclusion 2.0 : The role of Fintech innovations

According to the Official Ghana Demand Side Survey 2021, Ghana has achieved its financial access target of 85% set by the National Financial Inclusion and Development Strategy 2018 - 2023 ahead of the end of the target year – 2023.

Seidu Agongo writes: Is social media your enabler or destroyer?

On May 15, 2023, when a boisterous crowd of Nigerians on and off social media were urging their own Hilda Baci on to set a new record as the longest non-stop cook in the world, Ghanaians were realising that one of their social media influencers, Mona Faiz Montrage, has been charged in the United States of America for allegedly using the same Internet to dupe people.

Promoting financial literacy in a fintech era: Some considerations

Despite the long history of the use of traditional financial tools, many people still do not fully understand the full scope of these financial tools and are either using the available financial services on a limited scale or not participating in their uses at all.

MANASSEH’S FOLDER: Judicial terrorism versus “investigative terrorism”

It hurts when judges are lumped together and tarred with the same brush of indignity and scorn. I’m not a judge, but it hurts because I have been in courtrooms and observed judges who deliver justice with such diligence, thoroughness, and professionalism that I could feel their pain when the action of a few judges drags all judges in the mud.

Can Nigeria's election result be overturned?

Opposition parties in Nigeria's fiercely contested polls will attempt to do what has been described as the impossible - getting a court to overturn the outcome of a presidential election in Africa's most populous nation.

Debt and debt recovery: Strategies and approaches for an improved recovery rate


In recent times, the discussion of debt and debt servicing arrangements has dominated our public discussions due to the ongoing efforts by the Government to restructure Ghana’s public debt through what has been described by industry players as “haircuts” under the Domestic Debt Exchange Program (DDEP) and its related initiatives for foreign creditors as announced earlier by the government.