News Headlines
Home » Gen. News (page 369)

Gen. News

President Kufour’s Road Policy Hailed!

President Kufour

I dont bear anybody a grudge except the NDC evil voodoo developers who are ONLY interested in the Eastern Corridor–Tema -Akosombo- Asikuma -Hohoe- Damanko-Nkwanta-Bimbilla -Yendi–Kulungugu Road. They want to cut off Ashanti so they are not very much interested in the Central Corridor, Accra- Nsawam-Nkawkaw-Kumasi-Techiman Road, obviously the most trafficked highway in Ghana. Check up with the Ministry of Roads ...

Read More »

Emmanuel Kobla Deku: A creation of the system……Prosper Yao Tsikata, USA.

I knew Kassbohrer when we were still kids and trying to find our paths. Even though he could be half a decade older than I was, most of my friends were usually older than I was anyway. We regularly met at Viadenu’s flourmill facility or installation, making five finger discounts of milled flour from customers, pilfering might be precise. We ...

Read More »

Analysis of the Ghanaian Judiciary – By Kofi Ata, Cambridge, UK!

I have avoided the debate on whether Ghana’s Judiciary is corrupt or not for a very long time because I was of the opinion that, the strange judgements by the courts had more to do with the incompetency of the Prosecution more than corrupt Judges. However, after careful observation of some court cases and judgements in Ghana, I have come ...

Read More »

President Mahama’s State of Nation Address: Matters Kofi Ata, Cambridge, UK.

By Kofi Ata, Cambridge, UK Last Thursday February 21, the President, His Excellency, Mr John Dramani Mahama presented the State of the Nation’s Address to the people of Ghana in Parliament as required under the constitution. He raised a number of disconcerting matters of interests to all Ghanaians that would be the subject of microscopic analyses by both his party ...

Read More »

Risks Of Flying and things you need to know!

The recent story of Carine Desir, a 44-year-old woman who died on an American Airlines flight from Haiti to New York, has a lot of people thinking: Could that happen to me? Well, it could. But it’s not likely and there’s no reason to panic. There have been a few cases of Ghanaians flying from Ghana or Europe and suddenly die onboard ...

Read More »

Oscars 2013: Congolese War Witch hopeful gets US visa

The teenage star of an Oscar-nominated film about child soldiers in Africa has been granted a visa that will enable her to attend the Academy Awards. Rachel Mwanza, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, plays the lead role in War Witch, the Canadian submission in the foreign language film category. The 16-year-old was cast by Montreal film-maker Kim Nguyen despite ...

Read More »

Used Clothing Kills Nigerian Textile Industry

ABUJA — In markets in northern Nigeria, some shoppers scoff at clothes made by Nigerian companies and prefer to buy second-hand clothes from the West.  The country’s flailing textile industry says the trend is killing their chances of coming back to life. Nigerian companies make clothes but in your average market, the racks are filled with imports, often from the ...

Read More »

Lessons from the Tragic Death of Alhaji Issah Mobila

I read with horror, the low sentences meted out to the individuals that callously killed Alhaji Issah Mobila. Finally, the semblance of justice! Alhaji Issah Mobila was callously murdered on the 17th of December, 2004. What lessons can we glean from this ordeal? Below, I share my thoughts on the ordeal. Quite frankly, I am shocked that it has taken ...

Read More »