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May, 2018

  • 22 May

    Ministry of Communications and the Ministers awarded free $178m for no work done

    Good morning. Folks, did you know the company the Ministry of Communications and the Ministers have awarded free $178m for no work done and that which will not be done, had been contracted BEFORE by the NCA in 2010? And that similar concerns IMANI and many stakeholders and citizens are …

  • 22 May

    THE MAHAMA PHOBIA

    Experience is grained only over time and the more experience a person has at doing something the more value that time spent has become which means, only persons who have gone through the political mill has spent time gaining experience a novice in politics will never obtain without spending the …

  • 19 May

    DKM Customers Angrily Welcome Nana Addo To Brong Ahafo Region

    The President of the Republic Nana Williams Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo is on a “working visit” to Brong Ahafo after his one-week enjoyment in London with his entire extended family at a cost to the taxpayer and the poor farmer in Sandema. His visit to the Brong Ahafo Region is …

  • 18 May

    “I’ve been misled; Please, Ghana needs you back” – a woman’s emotional letter to Mahama

    From: Catherine Ofeibea Mr John Mahama, I would like to thank you for your swift response to my earlier letter firstly. I advised you in my first letter not to contest the 2020 election and stated my reasons to support my position. I was struck by your honesty and openness. …

  • 16 May

    The Futility of Unification Day: Hopeless Future, Misguided Generation, Unpatriotic Leaders

      The economy is taking a nosedive. Prices of main export commodities are falling due to global macroeconomic shocks. Inflation is high – youth unemployment is heightening – purchasing power is low – real wage of civil servants is being highly impacted by inflation – poverty has rendered our people …

  • 16 May

    OUR MOTHERS, OUR LIFE

    By Innocent MASIKU Good day fellows! I have come your way this evening with regards from the womb that begat me. I am highly favoured and salute all mothers and potential mothers here. I say “ayekooooo” Motherhood is a calling. Motherhood is a duty call. Not everyone is called to …

  • 16 May

    NPP Government Is Rendering District Assemblies Useless

    ‘You are the Salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltines, how can it be made salty ? again It is no longer good for anything, except to throw out and trampled underfoot. You are the light of the world. A town on a hill cannot be …

  • 13 May

    GALs World mother’s day message from Naa Kwaley Linda

    Mothers’ Day is here with us again; it’s that day of the year specially dedicated to the wonderful women the world over who have so ably guided our paths. We at GALs World recognize that true motherhood is not limited to biological mothers only.  We equally celebrate the women who …

  • 10 May

    Ablakwa writes: The true documented, authoritative history of UG

    On the 14th of March, 1995, the then Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof. George Benneh together with Mr. G.F. Daniel (Jnr.), the Registrar, commissioned Prof. Francis Agbodeka to write the history of the University of Ghana ahead of the university’s Golden Jubilee celebration in October 1998. In what …

  • 9 May

    NABCO isn’t only better than nothing: it is better than ‘something’

    Government’s decision to roll out a program to create jobs for at least hundred thousand unemployed graduates at a monthly remuneration Seven Hundred Ghana Cedis has been hailed and condemned by an ever so divided nation. When dealing with about 30 million individual heads, it is almost impossible to please …