Opinions: Opinion/Feature

Open Letter To Yvonne Nelson

Monday, May 4, 2015 Dear Yvonne Nelson, I admire you greatly. So when that quot;stupid Nigerian quot; discussed your amorous relationship with him in public, I was saddened and angered. Ghanaians were unanimous in giving him quot;cold embarrassing quot; reception on stage at last year 39;s music award ce ...

The Utility Cost Sharing Policy Must Not Hold

Sunday, May 3, 2015 The recent, yet to be gazetted and implemented policy; The Utility Cost Sharing Policy has convulsed and shaken vehemently the hearts of tertiary students and even those yet to enjoy the opportunity to enrol in the various public tertiary institutions. This situation has caused a direct channelling ...

My Problem with the Last Colony

Sunday, May 3, 2015 I saw the documentary The Last Colony about our colonial relationship with the United States government. I congratulate the Puerto Rican director Juan Agust iacute;n M aacute;rquez for taking the inactive to get Puerto Rico rsquo;s colonialism out of the closet. However, there were 2 very imp ...

Raymond Ofosu To Contest Npp Parlamentary Primaries

Sunday, May 3, 2015 Preamble: Since the inception of the 4th Republic in 1992,distinquish personalities have represented the people of Upper Denkyira East Constituency, but still it is rated among the constituencies living with most deprive roads upon it contributions to the economy and it provision of high pro ...

Is There A Future For The Ghana Gospel Music Industry

Sunday, May 3, 2015 The Gospel Music Industry over the years has faced major challenges but before I get into that and how some of these predicaments can be rectified, let 39;s begin with a ride through the genealogy of Ghanaian Gospel music. It chiefly begun with people who were inspired by the great commission of Ch ...

IS MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES SUPERSEDING UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES?

Saturday, May 2, 2015 During the Ebola crisis in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, which, thankfully, is now nearing its end, one organisation stood out distinctly amongst other organisations and purveyed light, whilst others remained 'blind' or 'indolent'. It was very serious indeed that blindness and confusion should e ...

Ghana Failing Economy: Kester Seeks Answers From Ghanaian China Expert

Friday, May 1, 2015 Dear Dr. Lloyd Amoah, As Africa rise and leave Ghana behind, will some of us be right to blame this government for engaging shallow quot;boys and girls quot; to negotiate on our behalf? Does our lack of China experts play a role in the sorry state of our economy aside the other f ...

Do We Need Electricity Power Barges To Solve Dumsor?

Friday, May 1, 2015 It is often said, a pregnant goat visits the market square only if there is a pregnant problem facing her. I rsquo;ve for sometime now been thinking about the devil that has visited our motherland dressed in a shirt inscribed on it; DUMSOR. This devil seems to have penetrated our nation, spreadin ...

Ghana Needs Psychiatric Attention

Friday, May 1, 2015 The health of any nation is dependent on the health of the individual citizens of that country, the level and capacity of its educated and trained manpower is also dependent on the educational levels of individual citizens. The socio cultural, economic and political direction of any nation ...

SLTF And Gn Bank In PPP Agreement

Friday, May 1, 2015 39;It is normal getting a loan everywhere, but what is not normal is taking a loan and not paying back, 39; ------ Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom The Students Loans Trust Fund (SLTF), an agency under the Ministry of Education, has entered into a Public-Private-Partnership ( ...

Has President John Dramani Mahama Abandoned MASTESS Scholarship Instituted By The Late Prof Mills?

Friday, May 1, 2015 Dear Editor Please permit me to use your medium to ask Government if indeed they have abandoned the Mathematics, Science and Technology Scholarship instituted by the late Prof Mills. On 17th August, 2009, MsShierryAyittey (the then minister responsible for Environment, Science an ...

The Silver Lining In Ghana’s “Dumsor” Crisis

Friday, May 1, 2015 Over the last couple of years, rdquo;Dumsor rdquo; has become a household name in Ghana.The very word babies now learn and adopt fast because of the number of times it is mentioned, on radio, the television and in our everyday conversations. There rsquo;s no other word mentioned more than ldquo; ...

Fear Of CPP Delegates A Cause For Ivor Green Street's "Verbal Diarrhorea"?

Thursday, April 30, 2015 The successful conclusion of the recent CPP regional delegates conference in Wa, Upper West Region, was an occasion for celebration among the CPP rank and file. It signaled that the long period of dormancy and passivity within the party was broken and the awakening of more regions wou ...
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