Today, I want to tell you about a rather revealing social psychology experiment conducted on humans.
The banking sector is one of the ‘saviour’ industry that not only employs a number of Ghanaian graduates but also provides decent remuneration for their qualification.
I have it on good authority that the biggest number of people arriving at Accident and Emergency departments in all hospitals and clinics in the country are motorbike riders and those they have been in contact with.
Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, “I find no pleasure in them
Why do people write so profusely about Cape Coast Castle? Why not the literature embedded in her streets? Why not about the mathemactics of her people who struggle to trot on plains with dead knowledge? Why not about her constituted ruggedness that shimmers in the elbow?
This writer thinks, there is nothing wrong professionally with Maame Tiwaah’s comment.
Give a people one of the best leaders that has ever lived. If they are not ready to change their attitude to suit that leader’s visions, they are going nowhere.
When asked what may be the greatest reason behind our glorious retrogression as a people, a chunk of us may attribute it to some demons somewhere― considering how spiritual we are.
I am certain, based on their track-record, that all loose ends will be tied going forward and the VGMA will return with a bang next year.
However, modern music seems to have a missing pact, ever since it became an avenue of tremendous wealth and fame. It has with it, a constant element which seems ineradicable: animosity.
Charterhouse, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy should all bow their heads down in shame. It is undoubtedly clear that lack of proper planning hindered VGMA before our two top dancehall artiste made it worse.
My eyes welled up at a point on that Mothers’ Day praying for a 45-year-old woman who the Daily Graphic reported had chillingly murdered her husband.
By-elections have been characterised by violence in their history in Ghana. And the recent Ayawaso West Wuagon one, which saw the election of Madam Lydia Alhassan as a replacement to Hon. Kyerematen Agyarko was no exception.
The name COP Maame Tiwaah Addo-Danquah is becoming synonymous with howls of outrage and backlash in Ghana.
In my last article, my attempt at mischief made me refer to the Ghana Police Service as Maame Serwa’s Police Service.
The awards show’s contribution to the music industry is laudable as it has motivated other bodies to start awards in different sectors in the entertainment industry.
Let us, as good Catholics, with the help of God, become better servant-citizens towards building a just Ghanaian society.
Evidence shows that before children turn three years old, mothers spend more than eight hours of their time engaged in child care whilst balancing other economic work.
When the Sanitation and Water Works Ministry was carved out from the Local government and Rural Development Ministry some of us thought that perhaps some bold attempt at confronting the sanitation challenge head on had surfaced.
Bail, as defined by the Greater Accra Regional PRO of the Ghana Police Service, ASP Effia Tengey, is the “release of a person from legal custody on condition that he would be available at a later date and place to stand trial or assist in investigations”.
Who does not own a mobile phone this modern day?
I am glad to hear that the Forestry Commission says we are not losing the forest cover in our country at the rate a recent report claimed.
COP Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah reminds me of Emmanuel Dei Tumi, a popular motivational speaker who blazed the trail for the speaking act sometime in 2008 or thereafter.
Last week, the nation woke up to the news of the horrific death of Mr George Somuah Bosompem, a teacher of the Salvation Army Basic School in Asiakwa, Eastern Region.
Arguably, immigration has overwhelming importance for the migrants and their families. Wages earned by migrants are in most cases many folds greater than the wages for doing the same work in their home countries.
According to the Ghana Road Safety Commission’s own statistics, in 2016, 2,289 motorcycles were involved in road crashes nationwide.
The Constitution is clear. One does not need a license to operate a mass media.
The Anlɔ-Eʋe were great and brave warriors in their day noted for their valour. They triumphed over great odds and difficulties despite endless circumstances of internal and external aggression.
While a section of the public okays the authority's action, some others say there is a growing aggressive behaviour by the government to intimidate the media. True?
Perhaps the most useless cliché in Ghana is “let us allow our institutions to work.”
I got some foodstuffs and made my journey home. By the time I reached my gate, I was so exhausted from the effect of the sun I could barely hold firm the key to open the gate.
This Sunday, May 12, Ghanaians will go all out and loud in marking mother’s day to celebrate all mothers and motherhood.
The cool thing about this debate is that perfectly reasonable and well-informed people are unable to agree.
Summarised below are the relevant provisions in the Constitution of the 4th Republic that have informed the fight against EXECUTIVE CONTROL Of Media Practice in Ghana.
Two years after I joined CGL, almost all the Team I had met at the time left the company to seek for greener pastures.
I am so sure when God created us, one thing he was particularly mindful of ensuring was to give us mothers who will help us fulfil the purposes for our lives.
In these days I heard and read some of the most bizarre information about immunisation and the process of drug registration that made me question whether the World Health Organisations (WHO) advice on the movement of pharmaceuticals in international commerce applied to Ghana.
It is exactly two years when President Akufo-Addo made that emphatic declaration on April 23, 2017 to make Accra the cleanest city in Africa at end of his term in office.
On the 18th February 2019, I published an article in the Business and Financial Times on the subject ‘The future of the Ghanaian Bond Market’, where I explained in detail how successive governments in Ghana have leveraged on both the domestic and international debt capital markets to raise medium to long term funding to support developmental projects including budget deficit financing.
The evil elements threatening the life of Manasseh Azure Awuni must be identified, exposed, and prosecuted.
I predicted more freedom for the Ghanaians under the NPP administration led by you, given the democratic culture of your party and your own persona as an avowed democrat.
Never in my wildest imagination, would I have ever thought that a sexual problem fixing advertisement of any kind would be allowed to be sited at the precinct of an international airport of all places.
The many strives we make as a country are always consumed by this enemy at last! It is really a melancholic narrative.
They wait at bus stops for the trotro to park and once the mate starts calling for passengers: “circle alajo carprice circle…” they start repeating after him.
I have always been fascinated by the phenomenon of the high-rank sacking of the political kind.
Ghana has in recent times seen an upsurge of public protests by customers of various financial institutions.
Today’s edition of Simpa Panyin is rooted in Ecclesiastes Chapter three versus one to eight.
Many are wondering why marriages are falling apart, after the glamorous wedding ceremonies today.
Will one of Ghana’s largest trading partners want to hand it’s citizen to us?
Language and culture, they say, are intertwined. Your language usually points out to a particular geographical setting you come from.