There is an old testament scripture which I would begin with this piece; Job 38:7; “When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?”. I have chosen this scriptural reference to write on an issue which is critical to this country. Ghana has been touted as “the beckon of
About Africa, Europeans often say whatever that happens on that continent doesn’t occur in the developed world. This sounds underestimating and discriminating but this statement has nothing but the truth. In most of the African countries, including Ghana, there is a lack of intelligence and maturity in daily official managements, including politics. Whenever I read
The alphabets "ABC" resonates very well with the story of HIV/AIDS. The disease which has no cure destroys the human immune system when one contracts it through unprotected having sex with an infected partner. Over the years, HIV/AIDS deaths among infected patients has been on the increase because in certain parts of the world money
Patience is a virtue extolled for its many good fruits. We often say that “Patience moves mountains!” This is because patience has the ability to achieve many things. A leader also sets out to achieve many amazing things. This is why a leader who works with patience realizes his goals. So, what is patience? Patience
During the scramble for Africa by European imperialists, Germany had Cameroon and Togoland as colonies. England had Gambia, Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria whiles Benin, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso were allocated to France. Germany attacked its colony (Yugoslavia) and this act provoked France and England who mobilized and joined forces in
A while ago, I decided to examine Article 55(3) and 243(1) of our Constitution and realized that the former does not exclude the election of MMDCEs. MMDCEs are part of the Assembly or they are not? In Article 243(1), MMDCEs are appointed by the President to head the Assembly so they are part of it!
What a simple question to ask, " Is COP Nathan Kofi Boakye a Policeman of Integrity?, but very difficult to answer, I should think. I shall be very brief with this write-up. However, I plead with the public to volunteer answers to the question posed based on their knowledge of the police officer in question.
Government has put ¢12.2 billion in our pockets between 2017 and now. Never mind that this, in fact, is money we gave to government or loans taken on account of our tax. The finance minister just explained this was money spent on various projects to benefit citizens. More than this amount, some ¢13 billion, was
As one awaited the dawn of this millennium, I recall the numerous unsolicited promises that suddenly invaded our space. The year 2000 and beyond perhaps seemed too far away in our ears and so politicians and other leaders used it to stagnate their social promises. I remember promises like ‘Health for all by the year
For pregnant Miss P, a 19 year old student at a university in Accra, “the emotional trauma is unbearable”. “I had a relationship with a guy for a year. He got me pregnant and wanted me to abort it. I tried, but was unsuccessful. My parents suspected my condition and took me to the hospital