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Womanising financial year

Womanising financial year : Last week Friday, June 14 marked the 26th anniversary of our last O’Level paper in 1993 and also coincidentally marked the last paper for our BECE 2019 candidates.

Elizabeth Ohene writes : Spreading fear and panic

Spreading fear and panic : There is a saying in my language which translates literally as, “The monkey says it isn’t the man who has perched him on his shoulders and is parading him around that annoys him so much as the man who shouts: ‘heh, look at that monkey’.”

My wife used 'Juju' on me

If you are a beautiful single girl and having a hard time dealing with guys worrying you with those ‘I miss you’ ‘I miss you’ useless WhatsApp messages er, don’t worry.

Africa : Cursed by aid

Sub-Saharan Africa has a comfortable prominence among the world’s most aid-dependent countries. Even the phrase “aid-dependent” is annoying. But perhaps over the years African leaders have not thought it annoying enough, or they would have shown leadership of the kind that would have evicted their countries from this shameful front row. At the very least it should have struck them as ironical.

MANASSEH’S FOLDER : Mr. President, show me your friend

Dear Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, It’s been a while since I last wrote to you. I know this letter, like the last one I wrote to you on the worsening security situation in Ghana, will not put a smile on your face. But that should not stop me from writing to you.

Samson Lardy's Take: Guns, more guns

I fear the gun I must have. I fear because while the UN is worried that some $3 trillion is spent each day buying guns, my government and its officers entrusted to ensure only those who must own guns have and use them appropriately must be sleeping on the job. They do not have an idea of many guns are in private hands or illegally so.

Tackling the threatening menace of kidnapping

Ghana is internationally reputed as one of the most peaceful countries in the world compared to others around the globe but recent grapplings with kidnapping seem to threaten that reputation.

Elizabeth Ohene writes: Parting is such sweet sorrow

I have always been fascinated by the phenomenon of the high-rank sacking of the political kind. The sacking of a Minister of State always has an aura of drama, even a relatively painless one like the departure from office of Mr Rockson Bukari as Minister of State at the Office of the President.

Prof Opoku-Agyemang writes: On STEM education in Ghana

This article shares with the reader the steps that were taken at the Ministry of Education between January 2013 and January 2017, when my team and I had the privilege to serve in the John Mahama administration.

Kevin De Bruyne writes: Let me talk

I am a brutally honest person. So I will let you in on a little secret. Before I came to Manchester City, I didn’t really know what to make of this Raheem Sterling guy.

How to insert

How to insert: We met a prophet at church last Sunday. That was my first encounter with a fake prophet la. People say it but I never believe o. Ask me how I got to know.

‘Sorry for left’

Recently on social media, there were pictures of the Ghanaian female actress, Nana Ama McBrown, displaying different postures of her pregnant self.

'Why' - Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom writes

This evening, I am asking why? Why is it that no Ghanaian bank has crossed the boundary and established in other African countries or the UK, Europe, Asia?

Samson's Take: Journalists, don't stop taking pictures in public places

The Police and a section of the public have and continue to sell a lie that there is some offence or breach of law when journalists take photographs or film or record an event in a public place. They ignorantly or deliberately claim that journalists require express permission in such cases.