The Lie We Live—Part 1

At this moment you could be anywhere, doing anything. Instead, you sit alone before a screen, reading working or learning. So, what is stopping us from doing what we want, or being where we want to be? Each day we wake up in the same room and follow the same […]


The Lie We Live—Part 2

By Stacy M. Amewoyi How quickly we forget that, only from the past hundred years that we allowed our women to vote, allow blacks to live as equals or gave attention for some rights to be established. We act as if we are all-knowing beings, yet there is much we fail […]


Why the most brilliant students do not necessarily become the ‘most successful’ in life

Columnist: Nicholas Mawunyah Gborse Ghana’s educational system has stratified learners into ‘brilliant’/ ‘intelligent’ students and ‘dull’ students based fundamentally on who can better memorize notes and taught contents mostly in Mathematics, Science and English Language. Such has been our description of intelligence and brilliance that learners who appear lost in these […]