Wednesday, September 18, 2019

It’s Africa’s time to be smart and Know the value of its assets –...

I was in a conference in UK when I was once told that Africa must be worrisome of China’s intentions when they give out these seemingly ridiculously ‘cheap’ loans. I thanked the speaker for...

Patriotic Epistles with Kabu Nartey: An Election 2020 letter to Ghanaian Pressmen

Dear comrades of the inky fraternity, I write to you in fear. In about four months’ time, you begin the journey to go to war – cover elections amid tensions. May I urge you...

Missing $15m EO Group Cash – Dominic Ayine never returned docket to Prosecutors

The docket involving the case of the sum of USD15 miliion Social Responsibility allegedly paid to Government officials through private lawyers on the instructions of the former President but not accounted for to the...
Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Gloria Akuffo

Opinion: The Attorney General must act now or resign

Ghanaians have come to accept that corruption and graft have been some of the teething intractable problems that have stalled the progress and development of mother Ghana. Combating these pandemic viruses have ranked high in...

African universities battle to attract post-doctoral researchers. Here’s why

Postdoctoral training is vital for new PhD graduates. This is a period of “apprenticeship” for a newly-minted researcher to hone their skills in a research environment. It typically follows completion of the doctoral degree....

Saving Ghana Club: 1947 to the present

I am a freshman member of the Ghana Club, meaning I am a recent inductee. When it opened its doors to its original members I was not born. I was born in the year...

The Garden: A benevolent dictatorship

Under normal circumstances, a benevolent dictatorship refers to a government in which an authoritarian leader exercises absolute political power over the state but is perceived to do so with regard for benefit of the population...

Ghana’s Year of Return 2019: traveler, tourist or pilgrim?

“We may call ourselves African Americans but we are truly disconnected from Africa. I say WE because I’m not excluded! I thought ‘my people’ came from South Carolina … but this heritage was only...

A National Joke: The Cathedral and the Prison

This is the first time in Ghana’s post-independence history that an overtly religious agenda has become policy and the State is being compromised. The so called national cathedral is bulldozing its way to get...

When fate beckons and a young man heeds a call to serve

African history is replete with inspirational examples which certify that at various stages of strife, young men and women surmounted odds to liberate their societies, to hoist the national colours of their countries and...