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Prioritise irrigation in Agric mechanisation

Posted On: 2017-04-23

The agric sector remains one of the pillars of Ghana’s economy. More than 60% of the workforce is engage in agriculture. Government since 2007 had begun providing support in the form of subsidised tractor and fertilizer services to farmers. However, farming in Ghana still faces a mirage of challenges.

One of the challenges that need greater and immediate attention from stakeholders is irrigation. Farmers in northern Ghana are hard hit because the rains have delayed. The Continue Reading »

Bring back our Health Training Institutions Secretariat

Posted On: 2017-04-21

In January this year, there was a certain letter signed by the Chief Director of Ministry of Health (MOH) making rounds on social media to the effect that the Health Training Institutions Secretariat (HTIS) had been dissolved. No clear reasons had been assigned for the dissolution and there was no indication about the future of that outfit. As a nurse educator who had come to appreciate the enormous importance of the secretariat in my work, I was seriously taken aback by this development. Continue Reading »

Enhancing Parliamentary Oversight Over Public Spending The Role Of The PAC

Posted On: 2017-04-17

The Presidency of H.E. Nana Akufo Addo will be distinctive largely on how he approaches the fights on corruption perceived as endemic. Nana Addo’s 2016 campaign made fighting graft in public offices a central theme and received by many who felt the John Mahama Administration wasn’t doing a good job with corruption. 

The expectation of many Ghanaians of the capacity of now President Nana Addo to restore and instil rectitude to the management of public resources Continue Reading »

Vigilante groups in political parties a betrayal of constitutionalism

Posted On: 2017-04-09

After eleven years of military rule, the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana was birthed – a constitution that brought about multi party democracy and its accompanied rights, responsibilities and limitations.

Sadly, political parties – especially National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) have set up vigilante groups that go on the rampage at one time or the other – a phenomenon that betrays the constitution that gives the Continue Reading »

Unruly vigilantism by some NPP followers must stop

Posted On: 2017-04-08

It has almost become general truth that strategizing or devising effective means to seeking and acquiring power is relatively easy compared to what to do with it or how to use the acquired power for the benefit of humanity. 

Put differently, the process of seeking power per se is poles apart of having the power and using it humanely. 
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The Volta River Project in Ghana West Africa

Posted On: 2017-04-03

The Volta River Project in Ghana, West Africa

One of the earliest European explorers of West Africa, Mungo Park, suggested that the lower reaches of the Volta River in what is now Ghana would be an excellent site for a dam and accompanying

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John Dumelo Story Part 1 A case of political witch hunting

Posted On: 2017-03-31

The seizure of a vehicle used by handsome and popular Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo, has been at the top of celebrity and popular discussions since last week. Indeed, the dark forces of politics and fake news have added their own twist that has played right into the hands of haters of the immediate past regime. 

Let's unravel the story as our investigations have revealed. The ace actor has been saving up to buy an SUV for many months now. Last year he agreed with a car Continue Reading »

Apathy likely to plague UG SRC elections

Posted On: 2017-03-30

A quick glance at the premier university reveals a very serene and decorum environment.As lecturers, students and all concerned individuals of this academic discourse community are carrying out their normal activities with alacrity and integrity.

However,amidst this cozy environment is a ground breaking looming elections hanging on the neck of the university community.
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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 »

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