During her vetting last week, now Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo told the MPs a simple truth that of the three arms of government it is only the judiciary that Ghana can’t do without.
Seventeen people have been reported as having died from the inferno. But there are fears that the final death toll will be much higher – probably passing the 100 mark.
The Supreme Court, on June 22, affirmed our contention that the General Legal Council’s (Council) imposition of an entrance examination and interview requirements for the Professional Law Course violates Articles 11(7), 297(d), 23, 296(a), and 296(b) of the 1992 Constitution.
Uncle Ebo Whyte also pledged to President Rawlings that "your story will be told". In truth, to his credit and with my begrudging admiration, President Rawlings has been telling his version of his story from the beginning of time.
In previous reports, we covered the rapid growth of the country’s healthcare industry and how it is affecting stakeholders.
Civil engineers work designing, building, and maintaining structures. This encompasses everything from roads and railways to buildings, oil rigs, and structures, to the extraction of renewable energy.
Today’s message is one of my favourites from the upcoming book, Inspiration from the Morning Man. It’s called Lake.
Reader, let me say it bluntly, without mincing words: I have a big problem with the office of the Chief Justice as set out in our Constitution.
Every believer is an adopted son of God and this is one truth that should get us in a celebrant mood. This is the greatest good news the world has received.
Healthcare is quickly becoming the fastest growing industry in Ghana. There are a lot of initiatives and investments that help push not only the scale of the healthcare industry but also the quality of healthcare services going forward.
So the new book is due out in just a few weeks, and we’re really excited. It’s filled with great life-affirming gems like today’s Message of Motivation. It’s a tale from my Augusco days, and I call it “The Sicho Standard.
In my latter days at the university of Ghana, I remember watching a documentary titled: "the secret". All that the video was pointing at is the power of the mind in attracting everything the soul desires.
That Friday evening on 8th January 2016, when I was playing my favorite game of table tennis at Lapaz preparing for my tournament, Gloria Somuah called me to tell me she was bleeding.
Sarkodie could apply what he does best, his music for a two-pronged solution which promises to benefit his accusers, himself and help rectify the misinformed perception of the society as a whole
Youth empowerment and development are urgent matters which demand time and resources to help develop our ever energetic, passionate, innovative, connected and creative young people of our country.
Obviously, it is a common revelation to the normal Christian, that Christ has paid our debts of sin. Christ came to pay for our sins and just our sins and nothing else.
Some people are paid to be caretakers of a lot of things in present times. No doubt about that. What of the people in our lives we keep running to when we need help some sort.
It was announced that Sobolo was ready to drink after everyone had feted on delicious and healthy local foods and fruits. A queue was promptly formed at the dispenser of the sweet and spicy sobolo.
He’s got youth, he’s got experience, and he’s got charm. He’s Sylvester Mensah and he could be your next president.
Every prisoner wants freedom I believe. But how free can you be as a person? How do I break free from the things that rule my life? Is there anywhere too comforting enough to relieve me of my fears and addiction?
There is nothing wrong with someone who chooses dancing as his or her career.
Remember the sex-for-jobs tirade against the current EC chair, Charlotte Osei and the alleged sexual assault of the GTV make-up artist against President Akufo-Addo?
From the moment man ceased to live in the Garden of Eden to the days of the Great Flood during Noah's time to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and many others, man has had no peace.
Under normal circumstances, the news of Ghana’s veep planned trip to China at the invitation of the Beijing’s top-ranking officials, especially China’s vice president, would not raise any mixed signals.
I have a complicated relationship with this day because I never met my father. When I was a teenager, I tried to find him but my mother was so upset that I gave up.
There has been recent discussion on the doctrine of Grace and Holiness as spelt out in the Holy Scriptures. Following the discussion, I think something was missing in the whole debate.
The law is that, generally, court proceedings are and must be open to the public. But the public including the media does not have an unfettered right to court proceedings.
Many are asking but few are receiving. Many are calling yet there is no answer. Some have given up, others are pressing on.
Central Banks use monetary policy rates as the benchmark for charging interest on loans and advances to commercial banks.
When former Vice-President, Alhaji Aliu Mahama (a Dagomba), died, the Moshie people made their inter-ethnic relationship clear at the burial ceremony. These inter-ethnic relationships and jokes do not happen only in Ghana.
As we look closely at our environments, we may notice that criminals have taken over many of our neighbourhoods and communities.
“I was scared of losing you, Esi. I thought there was no way you would marry me with my kind of job,” Boakye explained.
Several years ago when I was a working child on Lake Volta, something happened to truth, which I have allowed to guide me, in nearly all matters of life. Kwesi Edidise and I had been loaned to work for a fisherman at a village called BBC (in Ghana), near Buipe.
We continue from last week's discussion on above topic and share some great points from wiki. Keep in mind that dismissing an employee is not necessarily a bad thing for the employee, in the long run. It's distressing, of course, and it can create temporary hardships. On the other hand, if the person isn't suited for the job, it's better to free them to do a job that they can do well.
Captain - now Major Mahama and Lance Corporal Robert Kumi-Ackah both died in the line of duty the same time. To say the least, we are treating them very differently. Do they deserve equal or similar treatment?
Life is like a passing wind. You can feel it, enjoy the breeze that comes with it and its gentle presence that makes the world a better place to live. However, within a split of a second, the same wind can be your worst enemy by destroying all that you have laboured for all these years.
Most musicians sink their careers as soon as they mount a political platform. Not Shatta Wale. Rather, politics has added to his fame.
The Chinese “soft power” of donations, loans, aids, grants, technical advice, and the “gift” of En (Aisha) Huang, is fueling galamsey in Ghana!
Parliament has passed the Customs Amendment Bill 2017 into law subject to Presidential assent. Surprisingly, the object of the bill is to provide for a zero-rate of duties on SELECTED vehicular spare parts only.
Illegal small-scale mining has long proliferated across Ghana, Africa’s second and the world’s tenth largest gold exporter. But recent foreign investment coupled with industrialisation has significantly exacerbated its negative effects.
Well, Kweku, not in a proper democracy, like the one we've got right now.
“Hello… are you Siisi Grant?” another nurse walked in and unintentionally interrupted. She was much older than the first, and was clad in white apparel over a complimenting white pair of sneakers.
If you have a problem with an employee, you have not one but two choices: try to coach them and work with them to improve their performance, or fire them.
The legal profession in Ghana is regulated by 1960 and 1969 rules whose application against a popular human rights lawyer have got tongues wagging.
The world might not have heard about the military exploits of Major Maxwell Adam Mahama if he were still alive.
When his pet died last March, a disconsolate Maxwell Mahama wept for the dog for two days. But alas, he was killed like a dog. 'Oh where is God' the mourners sang a hymn.
The culture of lawlessness and impunities is fast eroding any good name we have made for ourselves in the past. Stiffer punishment is indeed the answer to killing this undesirable culture that has choked our society lately.
The issue of cheating in the BECE will stay with us for a very long time.
Captain Adam Maxwell Mahama will be buried tomorrow but not the question of who killed him.
My anxiety knew no bounds when I read that Faure Gnassingbe of Togo is the new ECOWAS head, albeit his porous political susurrus and maneuvering
While we have all ended condemning the lynching of Captain Mahama, let us also condemn the brutal manner the army treated the citizens of Denkyira-Boase. It is unlawful for the army to have gone back into the infamous village, to brutalize those there.
The statements attributed to the judge who granted bail to the Chinese woman alleged to be a “queen-pin” in the importation of Chinese nationals to work with Ghanaians in carrying out galamsey here, filled my heart with grief.