- Use Of Public School Lands For Commercial Activities Will Not Help Ghana’s
- The State Condition Of Ghana's Education
- Handshakes No Big Deal In Ghana Despite Ebola Scare
- Come Hell Or High Water?
- What Is Life All About?
- Behind The ‘invisible Hand’: Why Economic Ideas Still Matter (2)
- Behind The ‘invisible Hand’ (1)
- Mahama Should "save" Himself And Ghanaians First, Before Gambians
- Long Time No See, And Other Issues Here And There
- Corporate Social Responsibility: Is It An 'alternative To Government'?
- God Bless Our Homeland
- Are The Forces Of Nature Now Working Against Tb Joshua?
- Journey So Far With Emmanuel Quarmyne
- Ghanaian Youth Disenchanted With Porous Youth Support Scheme By Prez Mahama
- The Eastern Corridor Road Project And The Yendi Comeback
- Our Leaders Must Have A Rethink
- A Leader Relates With Individuals And The Crowd
- West And East Greater Dagbon Region Will Promote Development
- Okada Okada Riders Are Riding Us
- Road Engineers Should Stop Killing Us
- Olejeme, Empowered To Empower Delta
- Appointed And Disappointed
- I'm Simply Sick And Tired
- Give Us Money, And We Shall Bring Back The Girls
- A Call For Equatoria Self-determination
- Young At Heart, Beacon Of Voluntarism
- Behold The Cliffhanger!
- Remembering An Illustrious Son
- Sparing The Other Slum
- No Honour For A Hero
- The Bad Story Again
- Not Surprising
- The Npp’s Internal Strife: We Know The Problem And The Solution Too
- What Professionalism Gja, Nmc?
- Mendacious Figures
- Phony Honorary Degrees
- Exciting Yet Worrisome
- Another Faux Pas
- No Value For Money
- Subscribers Lambast Vodafone Ghana Over Poor Service
- Old Fadama Is A National Security Risk
- “coexistence” With Gmos Is Impossible
- My Complaints Against Public Mortuaries In Ghana
- Is Jayee University College Efficient?
- We Need Roads And Gutters
- Why You Should Not Buy An Acer In Ghana
- Obstacles In Defending The Constitution And Fighting For Transparency
- Npp Must Expel Kwame Piani
- The New International Airport And The Tribal Politics
- Foreign Reserve Brouhaha; Let’s Pause And Thank Aunty Ngozi
- Ghana’s Economy Is In Dire Straits
- Kpesah Whyte Disagrees With Prez Mahama's 'three Wise Men' Projects
- An Open Letter To Ex-president Rawlings
- Rejoinder Against The “united Cadres’ Front (ucf)” ‘endorsing’ Nana Konadu
- Letter To The President- Is This The Better Ghana Promised Us?
- Ohenenana's Weekly Letter To The President
- The Plan Of The African Republic And The New African Cities
- Letter To My President
- Occupy Front Lawns Of Flagstaff House—the Police Has Been Duly Notified
- Letter In The Muddy Waters
- To H.e. The President From South America
- Open Letter To The Late Komla Dumor
- Save The Rhino
- An Open Letter To The President: Bagbin Is Underutilized-make Him A Ministe
- Disclaimer: Our Leaders Are Treating Us Like Conquered Slaves-vodec
Use Of Public School Lands For Commercial Activities Will Not Help Ghana’s Quest For Quality And Universal Primary EducationTuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]The Foundation for Youth,Peace and Development (FYPD) wish to express disappointment about the emerging practice of using public school lands for commercial ventures in the name of promoting Public Private Partnership in the education sector. [/B] We have been following with much concern recent reports in the mass media that portions of ...
THE STATE CONDITION OF GHANA'S EDUCATIONTuesday, September 23, 2014
The economy of Ghana is at great risk. It is a well known fact that one of the greatest tragedies that can befall an economy is devising a strategic approach to quality education using the lenses of partisan politics. The progress of education in the country is being exposed to the strong winds of divisive politics. Recent happenings are beyond und ...
Handshakes No Big Deal In Ghana Despite Ebola ScareTuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]From south to north east to west, many Ghanaians show defiance of the Ebola scare. What I see daily beats my imagination. Though Ghana is surrounded by nations whose citizens are gripped by the fear of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) they seem to be unmoved. Most of them have refused to abandon the traditional handshakes, hugging and the eating of ...
Come Hell Or High Water?Tuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]Politics, rightly or wrongly, has ballooned into having a big say in Ghana’s peace. Recounting how close to the brink it brought the country in 2012, this goes without saying. In the thick of it then was Nana Akufo-Addo’s ‘all-die-be-die’ speech. It came as a relief after the ‘overrun’ into the petition persuaded the Supreme Court (SC) to say ...
The Eastern Corridor Road Project And The Yendi ComebackTuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]Yendi is a city and the capital of Yendi Municipal Assembly, a district in the Northern Region of Ghana. Yendi has a population of about 300,000 people. Yendi has been known by several names such as Sankara, Yeni, Yendiri and Naya. [/B]Naa Timtitugri was the first Yaa-Naa (King of Dagbon) to settle in the area (then Yendiri). Yendi, the capi ...
Our Leaders Must Have A RethinkTuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]Are we really getting our priorities right as a nation or our leaders are simply not up to the tasks they sweet-talked us into leaving under their care? I recall vividly the first policy initiative of the late professor of blessed memory is to deliver a clean Ghana within the first hundred days after his swearing in! A few meters down the lane a ...
Behind The ‘Invisible Hand’: Why Economic Ideas Still Matter (2)Tuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]From the first edition, we saw the development of the ‘invisible hand’ theory by Adam Smith during the 18th century. The theory of ‘Invisible Hand’ states that if each consumer is allowed to choose freely what to buy and each producer is allowed to choose freely what to sell and how to produce it, the market will settle on a product distribu ...
Behind The ‘Invisible Hand’ (1)Tuesday, September 23, 2014
[B]Many disciplines have evolved, and others are still evolving. The practical importance of evolutions could be attributed to relevance – thus to stay relevant in the area of operations. In terms of professional disciplines; mathematics, natural science, law, engineering, religion etc. have gone through several evolutional stages before assuming t ...
15 Years of Adulterous Endurance: In Defence of Anita OyakhilomeTuesday, September 23, 2014
Anita Oyakhilome, the frustrated wife of Nigeria’s most flamboyant preacher, Chr ...read more »
Who Is The Liar? Addo Kufuor Or Hilda Addo?Thursday, September 18, 2014
[B] I listened to Dr Kwame Addo-Kufour, former Minister of Defense and brother o ...read more »
Prosecute TB JoshuaSaturday, September 20, 2014
[B]This writer is insane and must be arrested together with TB Joshua to explain ...read more »
Choose Akufo-Addo Over Mahama In 2016; He Would Never Deceive YouWednesday, September 17, 2014
[B]My writing of this article is more or less a rejoinder to an article publishe ...read more »
NDC, Rawlings’ Chickens Have Come Home To RoostSunday, September 21, 2014
[B]Over three and a half decades ago, when Rawlings burst into the Ghanaian poli ...read more »
Are the forces of Nature now working against TB Joshua?Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Monday, September 22, 2014 Folks, the Nigerian “Man-of-God (Temitope Balogun ...read more »