Opinions: Editorial

Feather For The Cops

Saturday, February 13, 2016 The Ghana Police Service rarely attracts plaudits from members of the public. This week though they have received a basketful of compliments. Their ability, with the assistance of the military, to suppress the unruliness of some Old Tafo Zongo youth in Kumasi is commendable; and following at its ...

Troubles Everywhere!

Friday, February 12, 2016 The pockets of bloodletting in the country are heading for crisis level. Government must act with dispatch to stem the anomalous developments. It would not be an exaggeration to state that every other day there is a story about murder or riotous conduct by a group of individuals. From Bunkpurugu ...

Ghana Is Not An Extension Of Niger

Thursday, February 11, 2016 Two factions of the Zambarama community in Bolgatanga reportedly engaged each other in a free-for-all fight during the visit of a parliamentary candidate of the Tayara party in Niger, where the Zambarama people come from. The parliamentary candidate, whose name, according to the story we have car ...

President Mahama, Please Open Your Eyes

Thursday, February 11, 2016 The National Communication Authority (NCA) have come under a barrage of criticisms following the fraudulent manner figures were changed to favour one company, which has subsequently won the bid to operate the Interconnection Clearing House. Having been caught flat footed, the NCA yesterday tried ...

Insurance Companies Are Fleecing Drivers

Thursday, February 11, 2016 A section of drivers in Accra threatened to go on strike yesterday (Monday) by parking their cars (trotros and taxis), in protest against the hike in insurance premium. According to the drivers, after increasing the premium by 300% last year, the National Insurance Commission was again contemplat ...

Freakish, Callous

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 The personal safety of individuals has become a subject of hushed discussion among not only ordinary Ghanaians, but the top echelon of society who have suddenly begun questioning the level of their safety. The apprehension of both segments of the population is understandable, stemming as it has, ...

Let Religious Harmony Reign

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Dr Mahamudu Bawumia's call for the continuation of the peaceful co-existence between members of the two great faiths of the world could not have been made at a better time. Not long ago, unscrupulous persons, in their crazy obsession with prosecuting their political agenda, sought to reverse this ...

NMC Must Crack The Whip!

Monday, February 8, 2016 When the National Media Commission (NMC) was established on July 7, 1993 by an Act of Parliament, it had, as part of its mandate, the responsibility of registering, regulating and monitoring the activities of media houses in Ghana. The National Media Commission Act 1993, Act 449, in pursui ...

Not Witty Enough

Monday, February 8, 2016 It is not surprising that President John Mahama's 'cash in pockets next year if ' promise crashed on the public domain. It has remained unsurpassed in terms of the speed with which it trended on social media and on the lips of Ghanaians for close to three days as an opprobrious stuff: it provided ...

Freakish, Deadly

Saturday, February 6, 2016 Yesterday a freakish yet fatal accident occurred at Avenor Junction in Accra, one of the most dangerous traffic intersections in the nation's capital. Two persons died in what by all standards was an avoidable accident in the nation's capital. We are saddened that such a fatalistic accident can o ...
John Dumelo

MANASSEH’S FOLDER: John Dumelo’s Followers Are Not Idiots

Thursday, February 4, 2016 I have seen, read and heard the torrents of attacks on John Dumelo, one of Ghana's most adored movie icons. Some have even threatened his life. His crime? He said the main opposition leader, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will not be the next President of Ghana. I have nothing against Nana Addo, t ...

Is Ghana Sitting On A Time Bomb?

Thursday, February 4, 2016 For some time now, the media landscape has been awash with reports of the alleged brutalities being meted out to residents of Agogo in the Ashanti Region by Fulani herdsmen operating in the area. The nomads have been supervising their cattle to destroy farms of the residents and when they ...

Albert Sore’s Memoir: Bolga East NDC Office – A Seriously Misplaced Priority

Thursday, February 4, 2016 It is an ultramodern storey building, painted in gold and cream colors and decorated with the black, red, white and green colors of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). Nothing short of the word spectacular can be used to describe the newly-built Bolgatanga East Constituency office of the NDC. ...
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