Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Martin Amidu

Even the ‘traitors’ knew he was a statesman – Amidu’s tribute to Rawlings

I was taken aback on 29th September 2020 when after paying my condolences and expressing my experiential emotions of what a toll the passing of your dear mother could have had on you despite your...

Full text: Mahama’s tribute to Rawlings

Shocking and unexpected are words that both describe your dramatic entry onto the political scene of Ghana and also your silent exit from this world. It would take a whole book to write a...

Full text: Akufo-Addo’s tribute to Rawlings

He burst onto the scene like a meteor, but a meteor that did not burst into flames and disintegrate like all meteors do. On the contrary, it remained potent until the very end of...

Harruna Attah writes: From “No Court” to “Go to Court”

“As sober as a judge” The sobriety expected of judges goes beyond the avoidance of too much partiality to the bottled stuff to cover a judge’s entire persona. A tipple or two here and there...

Opinion: Northern region; a budding hub for consummate political professionals…

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC), the two major political parties in the country, have become very attractive to young professionals up north especially in the Northern Region. Before the...

Maintain our hard working MCE; he has delivered – Asamankese residents to Akufo-Addo

Some residents and members of the New Patriotic Party in the West Akim Municipality have appealed to President Akufo-Addo to renominate Oduro Boadu as Municipal Chief Executive for the area. According to the residents, Mr...

Get more women into governance, Mr President!

Ever since Ghana started taking control of its internal affairs, the fight for women's empowerment in politics has been raging. After all, organisations like the Federation of Gold Coast Women (FGCW) established by Mrs...

Opinion: To secure our future, we must secure education for our children

On Sunday 24th January, 2021, International Day of Education was marked around the world. It was the third to be so observed since the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) designated the...

Opinion: How Ghana’s history is hurting entrepreneurship

Like many other African countries, Ghana is still dearly paying for the unfortunate events of the 1970s. These events were generally characterized by chaotic military regimes, unsustainable debt accumulations the incessant appetite for state-run...

COVID-19: Hydrogen peroxide provides immediate protection – Research

As we face the challenge of coping with COVID-19 and the emergence of more transmissible and deadly strains of the SARS-CoV-2 causing that disease, it is imperative to explore all remedies that could offer reasonable...

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