Message from the Morning Man

Today, I want to tell you about a rather revealing social psychology experiment conducted on humans.

The vulnerable elites: The story of Ghanaian bankers

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.

André Ayew has earned his place, cut him some slack

“He was despised before he even stepped on the green turf to play for his dear country, Ghana. He was written off. Totally disregarded. All because “through no fault of his”, he was born to a legendary father. A maestro!

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Elizabeth Ohene writes: Reduced to a wreck on the street

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.

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Words that never die: Remember your creator in the days of your youth

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

Posted: 3 days ago   Views: 2337
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What if Cape Coast was without a castle: self portrait of a town that has gone 'bonkers'?

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? 

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Dear Kweku Baako: COP Maame Tiwaah did not goof

This writer thinks, there is nothing wrong professionally with Maame Tiwaah’s comment.

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The Ghanaian problem is a character problem!

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.

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The Ghanaian problem is a character problem

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.

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A musical feud carried too far

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.

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Dufie Boakye writes...The missing pact of modern music

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.

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The ultimate turn at VGMA 2019- A throne with a crown but not a king

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.

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Mother's Day with a broken woman at centre of tragedy

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.

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