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Dr Enyonam C. Kudonoo: Fighting corruption in Ghana: Role of Education

In an ideal world, people are nurtured to have collective positive interests that serve as a binding force enabling them to work in one...

Laureen Sedem Tamakloe: Ephraim Amu- The man who made an impact on Ghanaian culture

I come from Ghana. I’m a proud Ghanaian. March 6, 2022, marks 65 years of independence. To God be the glory. On behalf of...

Laureen Sedem Tamakloe: A 12-year-old’s view about the Russia-Ukraine war

This is not a normal thing I’d post and also mainly for my peers but targeted to a general audience. By ‘normal’ here, I’m...

The Member of Parliament with the verbal diarrhoea

Yaw Broni Kwapong, known to the cognoscenti as the ‘Sinkhole’, Chief of Staff at the Office of the President, was fulminating with rage as...

Nathan Gadugah: Rape culture and Atuguba’s coup mentality

I don’t know about you, but I am disgusted anytime I hear someone say ladies must dress well or they maybe be raped. Yes,...

Eric Mensah-Ayettey: Ten Ghana independence anniversary themes to evaluate national development efforts so far

Today marks Ghana’s 65th independence anniversary, hurray!!! Ghana gained independence from British Colonial rule on 6th March, 1957. The day is therefore observed annually as a holiday in...

Dr. Peter Takyi Peprah: Population that is food insecure has more than doubled between 2009 and 2020

The 2020 Comprehensive Food Security and Vulnerability Analysis (CFSVA) has revealed that 11.6 per cent (3.6 million) of the Ghanaian population is food insecure...

Felix Dari: [email protected] – The culture, politics and economy

It has been proven time and again that the darkest hour heralds the dawn of day, and in much the same way, recognizing the...

Linda Aryee Ebale: Recognising the efforts of women – backbone of the Ghanaian economy

Historically, women have always been the spine that holds Ghana’s economy in place. Doubting this will be denying the reality of things, at least...

Tyrone Adu-Mfum: 5 facts about living in Ghana

Ghana offers a wonderful living experience in a fast-evolving environment that is rich in multiculturalism and breathtaking landscapes. Known for its peaceful setting, natural beauty...

Sweet Like Fine Choco: I love women but I’m not lesbian

Double tapping, endless scrolling, screenshotting, zoom zoom zooming, liking, saving, retweeting, bookmarking, are basically what I do on social media, specifically on Instagram, Twitter,...

Nelson Semanu & Elizabeth Boandoh-Korkor: Why some kingdom entrepreneurs fail in business

Week one: Kingdom entrepreneurs are not immune from business failures. “Christian Businesspeople have survived and even prospered without the prophet till now. However, since the...

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