Opinion/Feature

Abia Metuh Goofs

Thursday, October 30, 2014 Im well convinced that the journey to Abia State recently led by Chief Olisa Metuh, the PDPs National Publicity Secretary, under the wristwatch of His Excellency, Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State, is a tour of shame. I say that because Metuh was hypnotized and he had no obligation b ...

Abia PDP: What Kalu Told Ndi-Abia

Thursday, October 30, 2014 The saying that war brings endless peace may not be attributable to politics, especially in democracy. Democratic-politicians would say that what matters in politics is the swell of political parties members and, not how many members have disintegrated. So, while it may be normal to hav ...

Hear The Voice Of The Deaf

Thursday, October 30, 2014 Growing up, the general understanding was that the basic needs of man are three; food, clothing and shelter, and without these, survival is just impossible. Even the eminent Abraham Maslow belabors this view, terming it among others as physiological needs of man.Opposed to this acceptance ...

Assignments For Dr Bawumia, Paul Afoko And Afiko Djaba

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Paul Afoko Only an unperceptive person will still insist that the New Patriotic Party is an Akan party.In fact only such a person will allow himself or herself to be hoodwinked into thinking that Akans do not like people from the north.Even when the late Alhaji Aliu Mahama, anortherner,was ...

You Too Have A Role To Play In Saving The Lives Of Our Mothers

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Every year an estimated 3,040 Ghanaian mothers die while fulfilling their biological responsibility of pregnancy and delivery of babies. These deaths are unacceptably high and Ghana is unlikely to meet MDG 5 to reduce the maternal mortality ratio by three quarters to 185/100,000 live births by 20 ...

Investing In And Empowering Ghana’s Adolescent Girls To Reach Their Full Potential

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 Adolescence is an age of transformation when children undergo rapid physical, cognitive, emotional, sexual and psychological changes. It is also an age of opportunity, when the brain undergoes a burst of development and the potential for learning is enormous. For girls, adolescence is a time when ...

Preventable Diseases

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 I watched and parked at a corner at one of Adabrakas side roads, waiting for a noisy taxi driver who had been honking behind me for the last kilometer, rushing off to where, only he knew. I am being very cautious on the roads these days. All I seem to do is attract the ire of some policeman, desp ...

A Leader Believes in Frugality! A Leader Counts His Pennies!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 When they were filled, he said unto his disciples, gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost. John 6:12 A frugal person is someone who counts his pennies. Every leader is going to need a lot of money to help him fulfil his vision. How is this money going to come? By being fru ...

Dede Djaba Clears The Air....Politicians Like Gladiators In A Boxing Arena

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 It has been brought to my attention that an article has been published on Ghanaweb dated 22 October 2014 entitled Nana Addo will be disqualified if...I wish to state categorically that Ms Djaba, a respectable solicitor of the Supreme Court of England Wales with a current practising certifica ...

UG STUDENTS, THEIR COURSES & THE ADMISSION YAWA

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 The University of Ghana, and the students who make the University of Ghana what it is, have been subjects and victims of crude jokes, unfounded rumours, and truthfully, some lies. Among the lot, the following stand out. That one, Legon students read bad courses; that two, Legon students are not ...
Nana Akufo Addo

What Is The Coefficient Of Nana's Victory?  

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 I begin todays piece by lampooning our first President, Dr Kwame Okro. At long last, the battle has ended; and the Great Elephant is free from internal squabbles, at least for now. After a short but bitter struggle for the flagbearership slot of the Elephant, the dust has finally settled. Its ...

Disguised Curfew

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 No two ways about dums? as disguised curfew. Total darkness is unpredictable but worse still, it comes when least expected.They say it could come every third day but it comes half day, full day, the day after and sometimes after the day before.Agree or disagree, like it or not, in the least, ...

Challenges Facing Nigerian Employed Youths

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 This article became necessary as a follow up to my Diary Of An Unemployed Graduate DOAUG.After the article was published, a concerned unemployed youth sent me an e mail.Joe, I read your DOAUG; it gives me joy that you understand the pains of unemployed graduates. But if I may ask, why are ...
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