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December, 2017

  • 16 December

    THE TRUTH MUST BE TOLD, OUR CHILDREN ARE DYING BECAUSE OF FREE SHS

    Why should our children pay the ultimate price of death because of Education? The issue is getting out of hand and everyone is quiet about it. Should they all die before we begin to talk? Why have our media and all of us become cowards under this government? Are we …

  • 16 December

    You Promised Free And Quality Education And Not A Death Trap Mr President

    I stand with KUMACA in this trying moment, May the departed souls Rest In Peace NPP in their 2016 manifesto promised heaven and earth about Education in the country. They undermined the efforts Mahama’s administration was putting up to make Education quality and accessible to all who are willing go …

  • 13 December

    Abronye’s Corruption Allegations Flying All Over B/A But My President Looks Unconcern

    Abronye and Hon. Asomah Cheremeh must be invited for questioning and must be investigated over their numerous corruption allegations The New Patriotic Party won power in 2016 elections because of their numerous corruption allegations against the NDC government. The good people of Ghana trusted and voted for them based on …

  • 13 December

    Postponing B/A Unity Walk is Like Uhuru Kenyatta’s Election Victory on his Birthday

    Per Kenya’s constitution, the original date for their general election is 8th August. The election was held but later Senior Baba Raila Odinga went to court and 26th October was agreed upon by the court for the fresh election to be held. Interestingly, 26th October was also the 56th birthday …

  • 13 December

    What kind of men should women hope to marry?

    As a father, if my daughter comes to tell me that her dream is to marry a poor guy, I will feel that I have invested in her in vain. As much as I wouldn’t want her to place too much emphasis on the wealth of the guy, I’d prefer …

  • 11 December

    Violence Against Women: Why the UN Secretary-General Got it Wrong

    In his remarks on the recent International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women – see ‘Violence Against Women is Fundamentally About Power’ – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres inadvertantly demonstrated why well-meaning efforts being undertaken globally to reduce violence against women fail to make any progress in addressing …

  • 10 December

    Why I Rather Choose to Commemorate Dec. 9 and to Proudly Celebrate MRS. CHARLOTTE OSEI

    Quite a number of people especially our friends in the NPP chose to commemorate December 7, since that was the day we voted in last year’s national election. A commemoration which is a novelty under the 25 year old fourth republic – Ghana’s longest democratic dispensation. In what is likely …

  • 9 December

    Toy soldiers can’t beat themselves

    Our very upbringing sows in us a seed of competitiveness and the desire to be better than everyone instead of being the best we can be with little attention to others. From the moment we become rational human beings, we are pushed to do better than others and live the …

  • 9 December

    Intensify Education On Suicide

    By BEDZRA OSCAR KOMLA Suicide is an act of intentionally causing one’s own death. Paramount among the risk factors is untreated depression. Many persons ( especially the adolescent classes), terminate their lives without substantial reasons. It is becoming an alarming cause of death in the Ghanaian society of late, as …

  • 9 December

    Nana Addo’s gov’t should be strategic in the implementation of campaign promises -1

    As much as I have absolute confidence in Nana Addo’s Government’s ability to deliver the campaign promises, I want to urge them to be strategic in their implementations otherwise the shortcoming will overshadow the good work they do. The key word here is ‘strategic’ because when you have a good …