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Affail Monney and the lawlessness in Ghana

Posted On: 2017-03-25

To say that Ghana is gripped with lawlessness is an understatement. Indeed, without a doubt, the cancer is a direct result of a failing educational system.

The ignorance promoted on national TV and in national newspapers epitomizes the gravity of the situation. For example, a simple question of the difference between honoris causa and earned PhDs, and thesis and a dissertation, could render the entire Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) jobless, if failing the test means Continue Reading »

Owusu Bempah you are a false prophet

Posted On: 2017-03-24

Here he goes again: Owusu Bempah said–“I don’t hate John Mahama and he knows that, but he has been rejected by the Almighty God.” “I have advised him and if he takes my advice it will help a lot. Mahama didn’t have any spiritual backing from God hence his failure to impress Ghanaians during his presidency. ”Mahama is a nice person but I have advised him not to contest for re-elections in 2020 because there is no way he would be elected as Continue Reading »

Tema Motorway a timed bombf

Posted On: 2017-03-23

The purpose for which the Tema Motorway was constructed seem to have been changed by some recalcitrant commercial drivers, who have turned the highway into a trotro station, where passengers alight and others get on board. 

The 19-kilometre (12 mi ) highway that links the Harbor city of Tema to Accra-Capital of Ghana was opened to traffic in November 1965 under the administration of Dr.Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of the Republic of Ghana.
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110 Ministerial Positions

Posted On: 2017-03-20

The new NPP government of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has turned up the heat on Ghana’s already frenzied public political discourse with its announcement of an unprecedented number of political appointees. The creation of 110 Ministerial Positions (and their deputies) is indeed a new phenomenon in Ghana’s political history. It beats the imagination of a lot of Ghanaians who might feel the NPP is no different from previous governments – indeed worse – and that the Continue Reading »

Counsellor Lutterodt Incompetent counsellor joke of a pastor

Posted On: 2017-03-19

For the best part of the past two years, the name Counsellor Lutterodt has become a household name and one synonymous with marriage and relationship counselling in Ghana.

From one outrageous punch line to the other, he has established himself as the controversial counsellor who rarely goes a month without dropping something worthy of debate and disdain in equal measure.
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Why is GPRTU allowing drivers to act with impunity

Posted On: 2017-03-17

The Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU) was formed to ensure the efficient management of commercial road transport in the country.

As part of its core mandate, it is responsible for negotiating with the government, on behalf of its members, policies or initiatives that will promote the interest of private commercial transport owners and to a Continue Reading »

Nursing has become a warehouse of intimidation

Posted On: 2017-03-15

In my previous article titled "Nursing in Ghana, old gurus brand" I have realized a mistake l made by comparing GMA to NMC instead of GRNMA and l use this medium to apologize unreservedly to my readers and to the council for the contrast and the twist the situation is likely to have created but the issues raised in the article remain unchanged and l still stand by every piece of information raised in the said article, readers should rather substitute NMC with GRNMA in the Continue Reading »

Ghana without Nkrumah Stop extoling what you consider his virtues

Posted On: 2017-03-14

Usually, I am not involved in any political debate about which party is right or wrong, but I have to respond to few issues that dominate the Ghanaian political life especially some that my fellow PhDs write and condemn everyone who speak against Kwame Nkrumah. One may consider it controversial, and out of place for me since I always write about business issues but the fact is every Ghanaian has to face the truth. Glorifying what was not there should not continue without educating the Continue Reading »

Partitioning of the volta region and other matters

Posted On: 2017-03-11

The vetting of dr. Archibald Letsa: partitioning of the volta region and other matters

We have now had the chance to watch and listen to the vetting of Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa by the power of the network—YouTube, specifically. We must congratulate Dr. Letsa for holding up for the Volta Region and dedicating 30 years of his working life in supporting the people of the region in various capacities until his nomination. Another area for commendation in Dr. Letsa’s Continue Reading »

Amnesty International will Surely Have to Help Investigate

Posted On: 2017-03-05

...the Police-cum-Military Brutalities Inflicted on the Citizens of Kumawu-Bodomase

The silence of the government over the police-cum-military brutalities inflicted on the innocent citizens of Kumawu-Bodomase on Thursday, 16 February 2017, is a great cause for concern. The public will bear me witness that armed police and military personnel descended on Kumawu-Bodomase on Wednesday, 15 February 2017, on pretext of going to protect the mourners and the citizens of the town in Continue Reading »

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