Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Harruna Attah writes: Stay the course Mr. Tsikata, you are holding up admirably

There are two major cases on election 2020 currently being heard in Ghana. One is the petition at the Supreme Court of Ghana challenging the outcome of the presidential election and the other is...

Managing Ghana’s Economy

The role of a Minister for Finance requires someone with an appreciation of economics as well as the practical understanding of how an economy works, a deep understanding of financial markets and public finance;...

Mikaela writes: All creatures of God deserve freedom of movement, why cage an animal?

It can be argued that cages are needed to keep wild animals safe to prevent them from harming humans, but it is obvious that caging animals deprives them of freedom. Wild animals are therefore...

COVID-19: WOM mobilises food for starving widows, orphans, PWDs in Upper East

The Widows and Orphans Movement (WOM) has taken foodstuffs to some 400 poor people in their homes in the Upper East Region. The 400 donees— who include widows, persons with disabilities (PWDs) and orphans —...

Covid-19: Children’s right to education and our collective safety

President Akufo-Addo has been vindicated in many decisions on the pandemic and hopefully, his decision to reopen schools will also fit that bill. A couple of weeks ago when schools were re-opened, many parents lamented...

Harruna Attah writes: The COVID-19 address that should have been read last Sunday!

“Fellow Ghanaians, good evening. I address you this evening with a heavier heart than usual on the matter of the corona virus, or Covid-19. By the time I am through, I hope you will find...

Otema Yirenkyi, formerly of Microsoft, IBM & Vodafone, talks “Networking with Intentionality”, and more!

Maxwell:                                  Good evening Otema. I’m looking forward to a pleasant conversation with you. You’ve had all these leadership roles in big corporations, like IBM, Vodafone, being the first-ever female country manager in...

Harruna Attah writes: What is this koraa?!

Doing a regular column is no easy undertaking. Sometimes, settling on a theme or subject alone, can be as intellectually and creatively taxing as writing out the detailed article. I was in that kind...

John-Paul Eyiram writes: Imagine a world where teachers are replaced with computers

In a world where young people are retreating more and more into virtual unreality, the teaching profession has become more important than it ever was. It is teaching that keeps it real – teaching...

Opinion: Fomena MP’s decision to do business with NPP is betrayal of constituents

No matter how I look at the decision of the Fomena MP, Andrew Amoako Asiamah, I cannot but conclude that he has perpetuated some sort of fraud on the electorate of Fomena Constituency by...

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