By Emmanuel Ghunney (MSc) History and Background In recent days, the deal on Agyapa Royalties Limited (ARL) has become a common denominator in the Ghanaian public discourse. This article provides further insight into this all-important issue. Primarily, two issues have remained central to the discussion: why do we need a Special […]
Our state of mind and the soul of the state: A betrayal of the ethical foundations of democracy in Ghana
By Thaddeus Ulzen, Dr. The last few months have created opportunities for deep reflection on the direction and trajectory of our historic and beloved nation, for those who worry deeply about the future of young men and women, ill prepared to face and compete effectively in the modern world. These concerns […]
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 […]
Post-Harvest Loss In Watermelon And Tomatoes In Northern Ghana: A Case Of Seasonal Glut Or Market System Failure?
Introduction It’s yet again that time of the year in the Upper West Region of Ghana especially within the Wa municipality where there is a lot of tomatoes in the market. Many farmers are harvesting the product and there appears to be a glut. A few weeks ago, this was […]
In my humble opinion, it was a step in the right direction when somewhere last year, the NPP Communication Director, the Honourable Yaw Buaben Asamoah called on the Special Prosecutor, Mr Martin Amidu to keep Ghanaians updated on the progress of the corruption fight. Dearest reader, you may agree to […]
By Rescue Mission Volunteers – Volta Region The president of the republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo must grow out of the pettiness and deceptive politics that has been associated with his tenure. The pettiness and deception is profoundly manifest in his conduct when it comes to handling of projects […]