The AMA recently (January, 4) spent the nation’s money and resources to rid the city of such posters and just after they finished or even still working, you have begun in such a manner.
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly recently (January, 4) spent the nation’s money and resources to rid the city of such posters and just after they finished or even still working, you have begun in such a manner.
The beauty of football comes out in the most conducive atmosphere. Playing in a well-equipped stadium and on a green turf has characteristically been the game’s modern habitat.
"Keep fighting, Arhin! Don't leave!", I begged.
Having gotten pregnant as a street hawker to a man she never ever met again, it was her resolve to pursue education even with her baby strapped at her back. Today she is a lawyer, former minister of state and a proud farmer.
In the life of every celebrated Craftsman, King or hero stands one singular act or masterpiece that towers high above all other acts, collections or decrees. This singular act will with the passage of time become what they are fondly remembered for; their signature legacy and their finest hour.
NO better compliment could have been paid to a citizen by the head of state of his country that has just been paid to Mr Martin Amidu by President Akufo-Addo, with his nomination of Amidu to Parliament as Ghana's first-ever Special Prosecutor.
In life, we meet a lot of people, some good, bad, interesting, annoying and a whole lot.
If someone tells you that you have bad breath and you’re not sick in the head, you are not expected to laugh or smile.
Where you come from shouldn't matter. It shouldn't matter where you went to school. It shouldn't matter what your occupation is.
The traitors of December 31, in flagrant disregard for accountability, inserted immunity clauses to protect themselves. We have never recovered from that betrayal.
Government’s vision in positioning Ghana as a preferred leisure destination in the West African sub-region through this project is therefore commendable.
It is because the standards to which I hold you are higher than that of any other leader in our fourth republic. I’m not alone. I know many Ghanaians who have said, “If Akufo-Addo fails us, then we are doomed.”
Do you think if we fail to pay our monthly subscriptions to these GSTB channels, they can sustain giving us competitive contents?
The payment of TV licence in some European countries such as Spain did not survive despite the aggression of state apparatus and I am convinced it will not work here in Ghana too.
On the issue of compensation article 14(5) of the Constitution provides that a person who is unlawfully arrested, restricted or detained by any other person shall be entitled to compensation from that other person.
Little has been heard of what is happening in respect of the petition against EC deputy commissioners Georgina Opoku Amankwaah and Amadu Sulley.
I think the initiative was a very useful one and should be encouraged among the academic and research community, but such works should be as much as possible conducted independently and carefully
WAS it a “political” act for the Director-General of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation to write directly to the Chief Justice to set up special courts to adjudicate cases in which people have been arrested for non-payment of TV licensing fees?
The event which took place on January 4, 2018, however, stirred up some controversy and dissatisfaction among many Ghanaians, both home and abroad.
You see, sometimes I blame the universe for the imbalance in society. The ecosystem that puts human beings in charge of all other animals seems unfair to those creatures in the bush, especially when the skulls of some of us the human beings seem wrongly configured.
In 1960 Ghana became a republic. However, in 1966 that was overthrown by a military coup led by Kotoka, and the 1st Republic ended.
Educate customers about the cost of credit through an interactive cost of credit website.
The lack of affect by the GBC, DVLA and Ghana Immigration Service, has led, in effect, to 3 publicly funded organisations executing flawless pratfalls on blunt swords, in public.
The end of every football season in Ghana comes with more questions and controversies than answers and jouissance.
Fellow Ghanaians, no offence to the opposers of the proposed payment of TV license fees but we have to pay it for the good of our country.
Last week, I had the privilege of attending a special brunch with the rather inspiring Bozoma Saint John, Ghanaian-born Chief Brand Officer at Uber.
Just as the finances of a country partly depend on tax, the strength of public institutions like Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) depends on its financial resources including TV license fees.
A year ago today, President John Dramani Mahama, the democrat, handed over political office to President Nana Akufo-Addo.
They paid GHC 50 for a form, giving the service over GHS 4.2 million. They made extra expenses traveling from various places for the screening exercises.
What makes a good event or show? Is it massive attendance, jaw drooping decorations, welcoming ambiance? Or maybe like me, you agree that all of these come under the huge umbrella of good organization.
My work here is pretty simple; to give you a choice as to how to take prudent financial decisions (New Year resolutions) in 2018.
The demise of the old king sent shock waves into the spines of every living soul in the land.
If you are not having any battles, then probably you are not making much difference in the lives of the people around you
The real news from Parliament, is that in 2017, out of our 275 member legislature, only 10 'Honourables' attended each of the 85 sittings, or were absent with permission.
The payment of Television License was introduced in Ghana in 1966 with the passage of the Television Licensing Act, 1966 (N.C.L.D. 89).
I will also like to quickly take my Wish Lists to the Jubilee House right there on President Akufo-Addo’s desk, hoping that soon after the 2017 end of year holidays, my lists may catch the president’s busy eyes.
Today I entered this really beautiful African shop in Accra. One would think that there should be more shops like that scattered around; after all, I am in Africa this very minute.
People are so excited about seeing a new year. It is as if they will do something useful with it.
The Akufo Addo administration must first of all be commended for once again demonstrating that not all politicians are liars. They said they would bring into office a Special Prosecutor to fight corruption and so far, they have shown a clear commitment to the promise.
Corruption is a wicked problem that permeates every fabric of Ghanaian society, especially the public sector. Over the years, Ghana has fared dismally in its fight against corruption.
The Legislature in the Westminster system and the Republican system of the USA is not only a forum for ventilation of citizens' grievances, but more importantly, it is a foremost platform for making laws for a given state. So, the Legislature, whether a Diet (Kokkai) in Japan, Duma in Russia, Knesset in Israel, Bundestag in Germany, Commons in England, Congress in the USA and Parliament in Ghana has a duty of protecting all public finances by way of revenue and expenditure through its oversight responsibilities and law-making functions. The role of guardian angel or shepherd of the public purse is a very important, but a sophisticated one.
I make no apologies at all for returning to the subject of galamsey, much as I would have liked to talk about other issues in my column today.
Ghana’s political history cannot be complete without a proper introspection, on the trajectory, events and lessons that characterized the dark stages in our political history as a country.
As a journalist, my main aim is to torment nation wreckers, speak for the voiceless, bring hope to the hopeless and fight for justice and equality.
Many lives have been lost to gas explosions and wrong siting of filling stations. Dozens have been scarred for the rest of their lives and their only crime was to have been found close to a gas filling station either buying the product or just passing by.
Last Thursday, as I alighted from the Citi FM branded car in front of the NPP headquarters, I had only one goal in mind – to get the work done.