Spell Politics if you Cannot Spell Hypocrisy; Focus on Political Party Vigilante Groups | Nat. Dwamena

My heart felt condolences for all who have died or injured through the activities of vigilantism in Ghana. Vigilante groups in Ghana have gained recognition, funding and support because their activiti

Not Another Drop, Justice is Becoming a Discriminatory Delicacy - Soale Abdul-Nasah

There is always that last straw that breaks the camel’s back, and for Ghana’s "sick" criminal justice system, Ahmed Hussein's gruesome murder might be tha

Violence against the media is Violence Against Liberty | Peter Bismark

Silencing journalists means preventing the driving force of information and voices of the many to defend and promote liberty or those who might be tempted to defend democracy in future. It is only jou

Liberty Has a New Champion on the Federal Bench

Don Willett first rose to fame as a libertarian-leaning Texas Supreme Court justice who penned constitutional defenses of economic freedom. Since joining the U.S.

Recapitalization of banks and its impact on the economy of Ghana

On 11/09/2017, the Bank of Ghana notified banks and the general public with the Notice No. BG/GOV/SEC/2017/19 about its decision to review upwards the minimum paid-up capital requirement from 120 mill

Chieftancy and Land Acquisition in Ghana | Peter Ofori

"If Chieftaincy has failed Ghanaians in Land acquisition and Land use try politicians" --Ohene Kwame Ofori.

Yesterday the senior minister and minister of finance of Ghana met Ghanai

Importation is not a Demon to the Economy of Ghana but the Goods Imported | Haruna Yakubu

The world indeed has become a global village where no nation can survive in isolation without the interdependence of other nations close to its boundaries or far away its shores. According to the UN p

The Fulani menace and Farming in Northern Ghana; A limitation of the ECOWAS protocol on free movement

The original occupation of the people of northern Ghana is farming. However, little increment in food production has been witnessed in the region for the past decades. Amongst the ch

The love for PhD in Ghana and the uneasiness of its acquisition - Haruna Yakubu

It is a non-negotiable fact that universities are centered on research and teaching, and therefore a well equipped faculty of knowledgeable PhD researchers is a component of the larger environment whi

Ghana Government Being Proactive with Access to Portable Water? - Opinion

Water is undoubtedly the most precious resource on earth. Water is life, but the value of water is more of a paradox as compared to precious metals like Gold.

The State Must Set The Rules and Leave Us To Prosper - Peter Bismark

The need for the State to leave the citizenry to operate freely to amass wealth hasn’t been a priority of many economics and political pundits. The state must make way for its citizens to bu

Interim Solution to Solve the Problem in our Legal Education is Wrong

The Legislative Instrument 2355 which has been passed into law by Parliament only gives an interim solution to the problem of getting resources to man professional law training and equal and fair chan

Religious Immorality on the Rise

To start my ranting, I will first treat you to these figures from the 2010 Population Census, specifically on Religion. According to the census, these were the percentages; No Religion 5.3, Catholic 1

Petition to the Inspector General of Police

The Inspector-General of Police Ghana Police Service National Headquarters, Accra.  

Dear Sir,

PETITION TO INVESTIGATE AN ALLEGED FRAUD/FORGERY AT GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE HEADQUARTERS

We w

Reduction on Electricity Tariffs should have a Focus

I am happy the president has spoken emotionally well at the independence parade. Prior to the celebration of Ghana @61, Government of Ghana (GOG) reduced electricity tariffs on electricity consumption

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