The "No mask, no entry" policy is in full force around Ghana, and I can tell from all the visible shop decals that property owners are enforcing it to the letter. But a mask is a mask and a mask, branded or not.
On April 11, 2020, I wrote a blogpost warning that if the government of Ghana fails to get its data management under control, it will start to lose public trust, regardless of how well the actual management of the COVID-19 outbreak itself was going.
It has become a common concern among students, lawyers, politicians and the wider population about the threat Covid-19 poses to current government of the day should it be impossible for presidential elections to be held within the time stated in the 1992 constitution.
After my recent post about how splendidly Nana Akufo-Addo is handling the coronavirus crisis, some NDC wise men, foot soldiers and benighted buffoons have been baying for my blood, calling me all sorts of names – from an inept, hired journalist applauding a fish for swimming to a complete blockhead lacking in analytical skills.
Fear women o, hmmmm! I was lying on my bed with mobile phone in hand chatting sweetly with one of ‘those things’ of mine.My wife was in the kitchen cooking and needed me to help her to grind pepper but I gave her an excuse that I was sending some official information to my Boss via whatsapp.
Where are our dishes and things we called food? Where are all the flavours from our delicacies which gave our grandparents and generations before them the vitality to grow old before dying? Where are our ‘Aprapransa, Abodongo, Gari foto, Ogor, Akankyie, Adibi a nkyene womu, Apiti, and Akyeke with pear n our individual homes?
Ex-President Mahama and his teeming supporters cannot be entirely correct for insisting that unlike the NPP, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is an honest political party that presents the truth to Ghanaians at all times.
As you read this, the Ghana Cedi has become fairly stable. The cedi had been falling against major trading currencies such as the dollar since February 2019. As of March 15, it had depreciated by 8.4 percent against the dollar.
There is no doubt that the current issue wasting the precious time of most Ghanaians is the Menzgold Ponzi Scheme perpetuated on “Middle Class Ghanaians with meticulous precision by Nana Appiah Mensah and his cohorts.
Would the Managing-Editor of the so-called Insight newspaper take marching orders, or professional instructions, from the top leadership of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) on how to run his rag? So why is Mr. Kwesi Pratt allegedly lambasting the leaders of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, for allegedly having detained Mr. Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, the National Chairman of the country’s main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), for some five hours?