Decline of Livestock Contribution to GDP, a Threat to Protein Needs of Ghanaians - Haruna Yakubu

Livestock is vital to the economies of many developing countries. Livestock is a major contributor to the daily protein source of man coming from animal source.

Keep Your Faith, not all Sin Mean Crime - Nathaniel Dwamena

When you act wrongly against the will of a deity or God, it becomes a sinful act. What is sinful is a demand on the dogmatic principles that one adheres to in his religion.

The Meaning of Bond to the Ordinary Ghanaian - ILAPI

We hear financial analysts, economists and media houses mentioning Bonds in their submissions and analyses. Almost everyday someone may come across the word ‘bond’ either from the

The President got Angry Over US Millitary Agreement With Opposition - Opinion

The decision by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to address the nation on the controversial Ghana and US Defence Cooperation agreement was a great and commendable one. It was the expectation of

I am a Libertarian Because I Respect Individual Sovereignty - Peter Bismark

The view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he pleases so long as equal rights are respected for happier and prosperous society is one of the principles of Libertarianism. Righ

Politics of parasitism - Albert Mensah

What leaders need to do is to redefine our ways and we need to see the matter at hand now as exigent and tackle it head-on. Leaders (politicians) cannot continue to sleep in big cars and live extravag

ILAPI Wins Africa Think Tank Shark Tank Award in South Africa

The Institute for Liberty & Policy Innovation (ILAPI- Ghana), a Ghanaian based free market and policy Think Tank emerged the winner of the 2017 Think Tank Shark Tank – Africa Competi

Top Candidates of YAFO Presidential Debate Win Election at KNUST - Ghana

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation's (ILAPI) flagship organization, Young Africans for Opportunities (YAFO) that focuses on linking young people with opportunities across the glob

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

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

Banks In Ghana Need to compete Not To Merge - Peter Bismark

The recent Bank of Ghana’s (BOG) Policy to merge banks have been influenced mainly by the increase in capitalization. This is due to the increment of Bank of Ghana’s minimum capita

MY First Semester Experience at My University In Hungary

If you are reading this in the morning I say Jó reggelt (Good morning), if it's in the afternoon, I extend the greetings Jó napot and if it's in the evening, I re

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