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Ellen Mimi Owusu writes : I am busy

How many times have you used the expression” I am busy” and how many times have family and friends told you they are busy if you ask for a favour or you were just simply checking on them.

Big men behind bars: do they really enjoy some privileges?

Law enforcement agencies when advocating for public law and order attempt to make us understand that all Ghanaians, irrespective of ones social standing are equal before the law. As much as some Ghanaians trust these state agencies to enforce the above mantra, others doubt their ability to enforce the law to the letter.

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 into press releases or press conferences.

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 casting their votes? Here we consider some major factors that will shape the NDC presidential primaries.

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 that greets our elections.

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 known New Patriotic Party (NPP) member, slapped Adom FM’s newscaster, Ohemaa Sakyiwaa Ahwenepa, for carrying out her lawful duties as a journalist.