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Our current knowledge will be a lie in the future

Posted On: 2017-05-22

Knowledge is an easily acquired unreliable asset! The continuous reliance on whatever portrays an individual as "knowledgeable" can likewise, portray the same individual as clueless and outdated in the long run.

Every knowledge is vulnerable to inferiority when a superior knowledge is diligently dug out of it's mystery. In other words, whatever we currently know and believe to be true, is subject to change when a higher knowledge shows up!
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Leadership of decieit Nana Akufo Addo in the spotlight

Posted On: 2017-05-21

The role political manifestoes play in political victories in Ghana cannot be over emphasized. Over the years political parties continue to use their manifestoes as marketing tools to woo voters to their side. The 2016 general election which saw Nana Addo winning political power is no exception. The back and forth that characterized the New Patriotic Party (NPP) manifesto launch is still fresh in the minds of many Ghanaians. Initially, I was confused about the delay but after a thorough Continue Reading »

Govt new direction on free SHS problematic lacks consistency

Posted On: 2017-05-20

Anyone who has carefully listened to H.E. President Akufo-Addo throughout the 2016 campaign and after assuming office will understand that the free Senior High School (SHS) programme is intended for all Ghanaian children regardless of their academic abilities, and family backgrounds.

Consistent with this view, government intends to seek constitutional amendment to redefine basic education to include secondary education so that every child of school going age would have access Continue Reading »

Independence of our state institutions

Posted On: 2017-05-19

Our leaders continue to quote that famous statement made by President Obama during his state visit to Ghana to support their call on our governments to allow our institutions to operate freely, interestingly, you hear our politicians quote verbatim this statement when in opposition. I think the time to take a critical look at certain provisions in our constitution is now. The constitution needs serious amendments.

The constitution of the republic is a fusion of the Presidential Continue Reading »

Do you know your mental health status

Posted On: 2017-05-18

In 2012, Ghana passed Mental Health Act 846 but the implementation is still pending with doctor-patient ratio currently 1:1.7 million.

Although there is a lack of reliable data regarding the prevalence of mental disorders in the country, Continue Reading »

Trump asked FBIs Comey to drop Flynn inquiry reports

Posted On: 2017-05-17

President Donald Trump asked FBI chief James Comey to drop an inquiry into links between his ex-national security adviser and Russia, US media report.

“I hope you can let this go,” Mr Trump reportedly told Mr Comey after a White House meeting in February, according to a memo written by the ex-FBI director.

The memo was written immediately after the meeting, a day after Michael Flynn resigned, according to media reports.

The White House has Continue Reading »

I had a dream The return of Mahama and the NDCs breakup

Posted On: 2017-05-17

I have never been a pastor, a soothsayer, a prophet or a necromancer (a wizard or magician). Yet my dreams mostly come to pass.

Didn’t I dream about the NDC’s humiliating defeat in the 2016 general election?

Indeed, I Continue Reading »

Is education in Africa beating about the bush

Posted On: 2017-05-10

It will be tough to separate Winston Churchill’s command of the English language from his wicked wit. While a lessor idiom might suggest, for example, that “It’s time to stop beating about the bush,” Churchill might capture Africa’s education dilemma thus: We must “now lay eggs instead of scratching around in the dust clucking. It is a far more satisfactory occupation.”

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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One District One Factory project needs public support

Posted On: 2017-05-09

One of the major promises made by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in its manifesto for the 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections was the establishment of factories in all the 216 districts across the country.

The idea behind the promise, dubbed: ‘One District, One Factory’, is to Accelerate Ghana’s industrialization by setting up at least one medium-sized factory in each of the administrative districts of Ghana.
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Critical media minds for critical times

Posted On: 2017-05-06

The Freedom of Information Bill has waited for nine years, and, still counting.  The Broadcasting Bill has not spent so much time at the labour ward, but, has delayed too much for comfort.  New Info Minister, Mustapha Abdul Hamid, has vowed that Insha Allah, the bills will come into law and into force this year. 

Not that other information ministers before him promised that the bills would only be passed over their dead bodies: they all gave similar pledges. Continue Reading »

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