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Critical Journalism is a Constitutional Duty, Not a Crime – Sulemana Braimah writes

Over the last two decades, the number of media organisations and persons working as journalists in Ghana have more than tripled. This is not...

[Opinion] From corona quacks to corona thieves

Anas Aremeyaw Anas does not produce political exposés in an election year. Check his record. He never does. He has said this in a number...

[Opinion] Students indiscipline cause of failure in examination

I know as usual the release of the WASSCE results is going to follow up a national discussion on why students failed. And the factors are...

[Opinion] The best time to apply for Ghanaian Passport is now; thanks to government effort

If there were any application process which Ghanaians dreaded most then it was the acquisition of Ghanaian passport. Passport application in Ghana has been...

[Opinion] The court’s disappearing original and exclusive jurisdiction

1. Article 130 is the only path to defend the Constitution as mandated by Article 3. 2. Because the Supreme Court has original and exclusive...

[Opinion] The time, indeed, is now!!

Thank you, Ghana, Thank you NDC, Thank you JM and Prof. It’s been more than 24 hours, but all of Ghana is still on cloud...

[Opinion] Free primary health care at last!

Congratulations once again, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang! As President John Dramani Mahama emphasised, your nomination as his Running Mate for the December Presidential and...

[Opinion] Deceptive Mahama promises 30% women appointees when he could not fulfill that of 2012

Gone are the days when children used to be held spellbound by the flawlessly synchronous movements of acrobats. In fact, we used to be awed...

[Opinion] Dear Nana Addo your silence on Hawa Koomson is loud

In three years of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s administration, Ghanaians have had so much to be thankful and appreciative of; Ghanaians have also had so...

[Opinion] PART 1: Choosing a partner is like buying a car

When you think about marriage think about the Vehicle. In each instance there is a reason behind going into it or going for one,...

COVID-19: The chants from the compound; the night of fear are calls for freedom

“Our ideas of education take too narrow and too low a range. There is a need for a broader scope, a higher aim. True...

[Opinion] Free Senior School: Why the policy cannot discriminate

Education and skills training are the most important source of empowering and providing opportunities for the youth to help drive Ghana’s development. This becomes...

COVID DIARY: Fake News is a Virus

The new coronavirus known as SARS 2 or COVID 19 for short is not the only virus in town. Of course, COVID 19 is...

Entanglement: AND SO WHAT?!

‘When are we going to see each other again?’ Melissa quizzed her ‘smooch’ who she has been with for close to three years. Melissa...

[Opinion] Samuel Mahama on the run and John Mahama campaigns to steal more

Shame has many nuances, and like a cascade of Sulphur in the depths of hell it starts an avalanche of magma that burns the...

Ghanaian student speaks about shrines, voodoo, education in Benin

Often times, we hear of weird stories about places, people, and past events but as to whether these are factual, we really cannot tell....

[Opinion] Role of the UNIPASS system in national revenue mobilisation

Contrary to the stance and expectations of some stakeholders in the import and export business; and some civil society groups, the Ghana Revenue Authority...

NPP parliamentary candidates allegedly being sabotaged by losing contenders

Some parliamentary candidates of the governing New Patriotic Party are allegedly being sabotaged by losing contenders in the party's parliamentary contest. With elections producing winners...

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