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Opinion

Health center or death trap

Health facilities are established to save lives. No health facility habours the primary intent of ruining people’s lives or seeing people off to the after world. Health administrators, doctors, nurses, health assistants and other health workers in the country in principle are mandated to ensure that they give their best to ensure that human the […]Read More
Opinion

Attempting To Steal And Stealing

It is highly exasperating and incomprehensible, witnessing prominent personalities and well-informed party surrogates and sympathizers on National TV rationalizing issues that are empirical in nature to the dismay of all viewers and listeners. As I elaborated in one of my write-ups somewhere else recently, formal education and its relevance to the enhancement of life is Read More
Opinion

Why should one pay rent with sex

A female tenant in one of the communities in Ashaiman publicly insults her land lord, and as a fight erupts, many people gather to either separate them or just hang around and observe the spectacle. And as the fight progresses, amidst use of abusive language and threats, some of the spectators began to narrate what […]Read More
General

Our systems work; halting AMERI deal a win for democracy – Casely-Hayford

The handling of the AMERI novation agreement was a victory for Ghana’s Parliament and democracy, social commentator, Sydney Casely-Hayford has said. Though the Minority in Parliament is calling for more blood over the failed attempt at amending the deal, following the sacking of Boakye Agyarko as Energy Minister, Mr. Casely-Hayford expressed satisfaction that due process Read More
General

Police investigate Nana Damoah death threats

The East Legon police have begun investigations into claims of death threats on the life of Public Relations Officer of the Energy Ministry. Nana Oppong Damoah reported the threats to the police after sharing a conversation between him and government’s spokesperson on Legal Affairs, Herbert Krapa on social media platform, Facebook. In the message, Krapa cautioned Damoah Read More
General

AMA to arrest ‘junky’ coconut sellers

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has put measures in place to arrest junkies and coconut sellers who dump their waste indiscriminately in Accra. Henry Kotei Kotey, the Osu Klottey Sub-Metropolitan Chairman made this known during the National Sanitation Day clean-up exercise, which took place in all the six sub-metros in Accra. He said, “the enforcement of […]Read More
Business

MASLOC Boss receives global award

The Chief Executive Officer of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Stephen Amoah has achieved a new laurel for himself. He has been named the Best CEO in the Micro-Loan Industry for 2018 for how well he has managed the micro-finance industry in Ghana. The European CEO Awards is a UK-based scheme that provides […]Read More
General

Notorious robber shot dead

A notorious armed robber who has been terrorizing travellers with his gang on the Techiman Sunyani road has been shot dead by the Brong Ahafo police. According to reports, the unidentified armed robber was part of a gang who ambushed a sprinter bus with registration number AW 9606-14 travelling from Dormaa Ahenkro to a market […]Read More
General

Man butchers wife in Assin Fosu

The police at Assin Fosu has mounted a search for a man, Kofi Abraham, who is suspected to have murdered his 34-year-old wife, Nana Ama. The incident occurred at Obuom near the Immigration School, at Assin Fosu in the Central Region. The body of the deceased was found in their house with multiple cutlass wounds […]Read More
Opinion

Ghana, a sick country or a paralysed country?

Many use Rwanda and Ethiopia as shining examples of nations experiencing planned, orderly and growth-oriented development. Why is Rwanda, which has come out of several years of political rancour, social anarchy and civil war arresting development and addressing inequality but Ghana with its abundant resources continue to babble in poverty and inequality? Why is it […]Read More