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Opinion: 'Journalism about investigation, period!' by Dr Ebo Afful

Investigative journalism is simply a comprehensive story produced from careful research. Research is all about finding out and sharing the findings for the good of society. This is all that journalism is about and expected to do; thus, serving as a watchdog in the supreme interest of the people.

Opinion: 'Cynical Students Loan Trust Fund' by Braa Timoo

I read a cynical outcry on the front page of Ghana’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.

Opinion: 'Avoiding Wa, Ejura' by Rodney Nkrumah-Boateng

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.

Kofi Totobi Quakyi writes on Ejura incidents

Like many Ghanaians, the events in Ejura in the Ashanti Region this week have left me shocked, saddened and greatly concerned about the present state of affairs in our country.