Opinions: Editorial

The Cat Out Of The Bag

Saturday, July 30, 2016 The ruling party and the President may not want any reference to the biting economic challenges in the country. Not in the open manner in which the chairman of the ruling party did a few days ago. Such brusqueness is anathema. We can tell you though that National Chairman of the National Democ ...

EC HAS A RESPONSIBILITY TO HOLD PEACEFUL ELECTION

Friday, July 29, 2016 The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Wednesday registered its anger over what it described as numerous administrative anomalies on the part of the Electoral Commission (EC) in the on-going Voters 8217; Exhibition and Re-registration exercise. According to the party, the failure of the EC ...

The Import Of The Supreme Court Verdict…

Thursday, July 28, 2016 The Supreme Court bared its teeth yesterday. At a packed courtroom in Accra, the highest court in the land, sentenced three radio personalities to four months in jail each after being found guilty of contempt. It followed a death threat on judges aired on June 29, 2016, incidentally on t ...

Avoidable Bloodshed

Thursday, July 28, 2016 Now that a clearer and better picture of the crazy murders and suicide which took place at Tema a few days ago has been drawn, we can determine whether the deaths were avoidable or not. We wish to state without any iota of doubt that the fatalities which occurred could have been avoided had the D ...

Season Of Carnage

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 What a month and week This month and indeed the past week and the current one have been visited by so much blood-spilling that some Ghanaians think something is spiritually wrong. For them, a special spiritual intercession would be necessary at this point to avert further carnage across the coun ...

Gov’t Must Protect Legally Licensed Mining Companies

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 It appears to The Chronicle that the government of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), led by President John DramaniMahama, has lost control over the activities of illegal miners, otherwise known as galamsey. Indeed, if the opposite is the case, one would not hear operators of huge leg ...

Failed Reality Check

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 Ongoing developments in our energy sector leave much to be desired. Government has failed a reality check as the worsening energy shortfall exposes the many lies churned out to Ghanaians. The pieces of press releases from the Flagstaff House and propaganda outlets of relevant government agencies ...

Can Ghanaians Trust The NDC Government?

Monday, July 25, 2016 It appears the John Mahama-led administration no longer has the balls or the political will to deliver on the promises it has made to the good people of this country. Or is it because it is thinking about scoring cheap political points to enable it retain power in the upcoming elections, hence it ...

Crazy, Unimaginable!

Monday, July 25, 2016 General Constable Polly John Issahaku, like others of his ilk, does not either understand policing or he erroneously thinks his Godfathers will hold on to power till the end of time. Time, unknowing to him, has a way of dealing with societal shortcomings, no matter how degenerated these become. T ...

The Ottoman Delight

Saturday, July 23, 2016 It was the Ottoman, Byzantime and even Roman empires at varying times in world history. Turkey's geo-political position stands her apart from many others: part of Istanbul belongs to Europe and the other Asia, with the Bosporus being the dividing landmark. The world woke up to what showed the sym ...

Laughing Last

Friday, July 22, 2016 And it came to pass that DAILY GUIDE reported the manouvres of Victor Smith to contest for the Abuakwa North Constituency seat through a substitution arrangement. Expectedly, he rubbished the report, describing it as a feature of DAILY GUIDE reportage about him that was ...

Ghana’s Premier League Standard Is Rising

Friday, July 22, 2016 A prophet is not recognized in his own home, so says the good old book the bible 8211; and this aptly describes the Ghana Premier league, which is currently on going. Ghanaians have become so obsessed with the European leagues, especially the English premiership, to the extent that the ...

Where Is They Honour, Jerry John Rawlings?

Thursday, July 21, 2016 The admission last week that the self-appointed Junior Jesus of Ghanaian politics indeed collected a colossal US$2 million bribe from the late General Sani Abacha, usually referred to as the Butcher of Nigeria, leaves the entire society of Ghana battered and bruised. Here is a person considered ...
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