Opinions: Feature Article

Are Ghanaian Officials Stuck On Stupid? The Case For Solar Energy (2)!

Sunday, August 30, 2015 quot;...Right now, India is moving strongly on Solar Energy. In Ghana, the $535 million MCC grant Ghana could develop nearly 535MW of electric power from Solar Energy in four (4) geographically separate locations, or more. Or, use some of all that billions of dollars in borrowed money, instea ...

The Rise In Terrorism: Is Ghana At Risk?

Sunday, August 30, 2015 Sometime in February this year (2015), one of my professors, who is writing a book on terrorism in Africa, decided to engage me on the subject. The thrust of his argument is that the pervasiveness of terrorism is as a result of alienation and hypocrisy on the part of the leaders of the so-ca ...

Men’s Prostate Gland Health: From Conception To Deception

Sunday, August 30, 2015 The prostate gland is your powerhouse as a man and as I wrote about the prostate functions, I know you know that you must take care of your prostate gland. It is the only legacy we have as men The prostate gland goes through about four life stages in life. Right from birth the prostate glan ...

Let Talk About Sex And Prostate Health: What Men And Women Need To Know For Optimum Prostate Health(1)

Sunday, August 30, 2015 I call prostate cancer ldquo;couples disease rdquo; that is why I asked you last week to reclaim your Manhood So I know today rsquo;s subject would be of help to lots of Ghanaian men and women partly because there is lot of myths surrounding this issue of concern about sex and prostate canc ...

Signs Of A Problem With Your Prostate Gland And Symptoms Of Prostate Problems

Sunday, August 30, 2015 It Friday again and I want you to note your prostate warning signs. Here 39;s a look at the important first signs of a problem with your prostate gland. Are you waking up more than once during the night to urinate? Do you have to go frequently during the day? Do you void a ...

Oxidative Stress & Prostate Health -Key to our survival!

Sunday, August 30, 2015 It rsquo;s Friday again and as I promised you last week when I wrote about low enzymes as a possible cause of today rsquo;s prostate disease. I wrote extensively on nutrition as our cells need good nutrition to be in a healthy form. Well, as I stated earlier, some researchers also think that ...

Everybody Agrees Voters' Register Is Flawed

Sunday, August 30, 2015 Everybody is in perfect agreement that Ghana 39;s current Voters 39; Register is deeply flawed and numerically padded beyond credulity. And so it is laughable for Mr. Johnson Asiedu-Nketia to presume to engage in the long-discredited art of sophistry in order to pretend that all is well with th ...

Come On, Prof. Lumumba!

Sunday, August 30, 2015 By all means, let 39;s show quite a bit of respect, even reverence, to our political pioneers and neo-pioneers like the leaders who ushered Africa into the postcolonial era in the 1950s and 60s. But the fact also remains that every generation has to set and meet its own unique expectations. We m ...

The Place Of Young People In Ghana’s 40-Year Development Plan

Saturday, August 29, 2015 Ghana rsquo;s history is well documented and accessible. And so I didn rsquo;t find it troubling establishing the philosophy that underpinned the attainment of her independence. As I observed in the works for this piece Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and his CPP pursued independence on a lsquo;rigorously ins ...

I WILL TELL THE BIG SIX- LYNCHING IN AFRICA A HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE?

Saturday, August 29, 2015 The last six decades after the Second World War has witnessed a surge in interest in human rights issues by both academicians and political leaders. This can largely be attributed to the events preceding the war and Hitler rsquo;s ideas which inspired the war. Throughout history, and in most civiliz ...

Where is our Doctors signed Codified Conditions of Service?

Saturday, August 29, 2015 Let me start by saying that I am no medical Doctor neither do I work in the Health Sector. It is also not because I have two brilliant boys, Erastus and Bennett who have, indeed, expressed the desire to become Medical Doctors in future. The matter is simple: Doctors and for the matter, workers in ...

The Plights Of The African Youth

Sunday, August 30, 2015 ldquo;Children, after all are not just adults in the making. They are people whose current needs and experiences must be taken seriously rdquo;---Alfie Kohn It is high time African Leaders sit up and take a second look at the concerns of the teeming youths in Africa before the problems ...
South-East Zonal Spokesperson For All Progressives Congress, Osita Okechukwu

We Need To Be Careful

Saturday, August 29, 2015 Chairman of Igbo Leaders of Thought, Professor Ben Nwabueze and the Secretary-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Joe Nwaorgu were among prominent Igbo leaders who recently expressed their opinions on the alleged contemplation of President Buhari to restrict any planned probe by his government to D ...
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