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Ghana Needs More Healthy Citizens not More Hospitals

I have been wondering why the building of health infrastructures is high on government’s agenda. The delight to commission such infrastructures surprises me each time such fun fairs are organized. In as much as I acknowledge the importance of more spending on our health issues, I have serious...Read more

2021-05-18 14:06:29

Black Market Employment is Reducing the Frustrations of the Ghanaian Youth

The youth of today are the backbone of the future. If this statement is not a fallacy of hasty generalization, then you will side with me that, the future of a country rests in the hands of the current youth. These dynamic and innovative youths are much interested in putting their efforts in...Read more

2021-05-03 18:51:58

Kwame Nkrumah’s Ambition: A Poverty of the Cocoa Farmer

George Stigler, the 1982 laureate in Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science stated that “…the machinery and power of the state- is a potential resource or threat to every industry in the society. With its power to prohibit or compel, to take or give money, the state can and does...Read more

2021-03-18 12:45:47

Africa should Prioritize Urban Diplomacy to Deepen Africa - EU relationship

Cities are important and a measure of development. They can be the engine of economic growth, innovation and places of science and health. Promoting the role of cities to development should be a fulcrum for inter-regional policy discourse. Cities are the transit for international travels, embracing...Read more

2021-03-16 20:19:31

The hardened border and open border paradoxes

In 2004, political scientist and former US Coast Guard officer   Stephen E. Flynn who at that time served as a senior research fellow at the Council for Foreign Relations think-tank testified for the US Senate about topics as security, immigration and terrorism. His testimony focused...Read more

2021-03-16 19:15:26