Columnist: Kwaku Adu-Gyamfi : 157 Stories Published

Ghana: Where Is Our ‘donald Trump’ When We Need One?

Sunday, March 6, 2016
From Voice Of Reason: ldquo;Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will hellip;men may not get all they pay for in this world, but they must certainly pay for all they get rdquo; mdash;Frederick Douglas. I want my country back Why are we fo ...

Are The Vendors Of Herbal Medicine Ripping Us Off And Killing Us Softly?

Sunday, February 28, 2016
Can our fragile NHIS withstand the pressure and the negative impacts of the herbal medications we rsquo;re naively consuming? ldquo;This is ka-na-wu information center. Dr Esewani is here to sell you medicine that cures every disease. He also has something for sexual weakness and those of you wh ...

Why So Many Unemployed And Underemployed College Graduates In Ghana?

Saturday, February 27, 2016
The average young Ghanaian college graduate is not ready to make a living in an old-fashioned way and I rsquo;ll tell you why hellip;..There is a general inclination among most of these young people to perform just as little service as they can get by with. ldquo;The best way to create wealth or ...

Voice Of Reason: Do Ghana’s Future Leaders Have A Future?

Sunday, November 22, 2015
Kojo Osei, graduated from Legon a couple of years ago, but he rsquo;s now a gung-ho lsquo;foot soldier rsquo; for a major political party. He feels that it rsquo;s the fastest way to an upward mobility .Another aspiring graphic art designer, who graduated from Polytechnic just moved to the ldquo;S ...

Voice Of Reason: Are We Singing Hallelujahs With Empty Bellies?

Monday, February 23, 2015
Action always beats devotion We re singing hallelujahs with empty bellies while the pastors fill their bank accounts with zillions cedis and living it to the fullest here on earth, while they lead destitute congregations whose only hope is in heaven. When are the Ghanaian churches going to be r ...

Let’s Stop The Politics Of Insults.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Folks, we re almost in the campaign season so let the hand-wringing, second-guessing and soul-searching begin When I say the politics of insults , I m not essentially talking about political insults we see on TV and hear on the radio air waves; where supposedly rational and matured adults veh ...

Are Ghanaian Billionaire And Zillionaire Politicians Less Vulnerable To Bribes?

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
From, Voice Of Reason: BOYS ABRE, so should we bring in Ghanaian Billionaires and Zillionaires to rule the country? This is comedic exaggeration, but perhaps you can think while you laugh. Even if you get mad at me for saying this; you can't pretend that this lousy, do-nothing attitude of o ...

Shut Up, Stop Whining And Get A Life!! From: Voice Of Reason

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
WHEN WAS THE LAST time you voted on the issues that are important to the nation or voted because you understood what was at stake? When was the last time you did the right things for your nation when no one was watching you? When was the last time you took an action to fix a problem ins ...

Too Much Heartache And Headache In The ‘hood’: From Voice Of Reason

Thursday, March 20, 2014
There is plenty of emptiness In our midst for us to get any happiness But, we only worry about the cedi s wellness When all our river bodies have been polluted And, our forest has been dilapidated Our natural resources are getting hammered While our politicians are making corrup ...

The Rise Of Political Rage And Insurgency Have Causes

Tuesday, December 17, 2013
THERE IS AN EMPTINESS in Ghana right now and that can t be filled by non-stop individuals striving for material gain and politicians striving for prepaid elections. The leaders response to the citizens needs is a metaphor for what s ailing Ghana. In fact, lack of opportunities, corruptio ...

Voice Of Reason: Are Ghanaians Waiting In Vain For Hope?

Thursday, August 22, 2013
We've been waiting for almost a year to exhale To see what Ghana could wear to sail When the Supreme Court has the nation's future on hold The nation's future is in a hole And because of the Electoral Commission's poor and lousy job The nation has been robbed Everyone's counting the day ...

Voice Of Reason: The Improvement Of Healthcare Delivery & Managing Its Cost Is Everyone’s Business

Friday, July 26, 2013
Can our fragile NHIS withstand the pressure and demand of its services? Ghanaians certainly have more choices of food than ever before. We now also have relatively more access to hospitals, clinics and medicines, and therefore should be a healthy society. But, Ghanaians' health has been declining ...

Voice Of Reason:the Average Ghanaian Loves To Take The Easy Way Out.

Saturday, July 20, 2013
This is what is wrong with most of us: We love to take the easier- way -out just to beat the system and acquire many toys and mansions . No, you don't have to be a fortune- teller. You can't see into the mind of an average Ghanaian. And you don't need to know his history, college degree, or ...
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