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The egoism of power & the lizard that jumped from a high iroko tree to the ground – The 2022 budget

By Martin A. B. K. Amidu “Radix Malorum Est Cupiditas”  Radix malorum est cupiditas or Radix omnium malorum est cupiditas is a Biblical quotation in Latin that literally means "the root of evil is greed", or "the root of evil is...

Security services exploiting the unemployed – Adib Saani writes

Medical examination is a critical component during a security recruitment process for many reasons. Some recruits might have illnesses that could actually kill them during training. But I am saddened by the GHc800 charged potential recruits by some security...

Govt’s entrepreneurship interventions lack equity, benefit only few – ACEYE Report

A Regional Entrepreneurship Freedom Index (REF Index) report commissioned by the Africa Center for Entrepreneurship and Youth Empowerment (ACEYE) in Ghana, has revealed that various entrepreneurship interventions by governments over the years, have not really had an impact on...

An Open Letter to the Finance Minister – Prof. Gyampo writes

Dear Sir, As you prepare to read the budget for 2022, I respectfully urge you not to do any such presentation without factoring the poor Conditions of Service of University Teachers. One of the abused refrain used in countering our...

Opinion: It is getting frustrating living in this ghetto we call a city, do our leaders care?

……Concerns of an Occupational Therapist. Of a truth, (sic) life in this city of Accra is becoming increasingly difficult to cope with. There are several threats to the thriving of the family system, individual mental and overall health, and the...

Opinion – JURISPRUDENCE DAY OUTSIDE GHANA COURTS: THE INCURABLE LACK OF AWARENESS FOR FIRST PRINCIPLES (PART 1)

By Selikem Donkor The title of this article rings a bell in the mind of the legally savvy. Yes, it is a refinement of the title of Dr. Date Bah’s article on the theoretical implications of Kelsenite theory in relation...

A Homowo to Remember: The Ledzokuku MP handled it differently

The just ended Homowo celebrations within the Ga traditional area ended about a week ago. But many have been left in awe at the pomp and pageantry that greeted the three-week long celebration in the Ledzokuku constituency. The Ledzokuku area...

Bright Simons writes: Why Ghana’s “Auditor General Reports” risk becoming circus shows

We have a ritual in Ghana. Every once in a while, the country’s Auditor General compiles the highlights of what she found when her battalion of public auditors went through the books of various public sector institutions in line...

Feature: THE NAMELESS TECHNOLOGY

….AND WHATSOEVER ADAM CALLED IT…IT WAS THE NAME Culture they say is dynamic. People shape cultural tendencies and the dynamism propelled by tradition. If that is what it is, then whose beliefs must give way for the new? The wonder...

When the art critic misses out on the final applause: Opinion from afar

The Author: Elorm Mawuli Kwawu Go on and project the market angle of the Shatta-Arnold kick up. Good for Shatta, keeps the optics on him and gets the eye balls for UTV. His disruptive creativity approach works better than any...
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LGBTQ+ community is not funding National Cathedral project – Rev. Kusi Boateng

The secretary to the board of trustees of the National Cathedral Secretariat Rev. Kusi Boateng, has denied rumours that...