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Did mate Bawumia sleep on the job for the driver to end up in the ditch?

 Ghana’s second most powerful man last Wednesday joined the ranks of the ubiquitous conductors on our commercial buses—trotro— to sell himself to Ghanaians ahead...

Bright Simons: Ghana’s Billion-Dollar “Timber Merchant” Deal to Protect Taxes

Yesterday, the President of Ghana announced that he has engaged the local affiliate of KPMG, one of the “Big Four” global professional services firms, to...

Barely 6% of women get elected in District-level elections in Ghana: Media must help change the narrative

Women form 50.7% of Ghana’s population but just about six percent of them get elected in District-level elections. Analysis of two data sets obtained from...

Polluted air and its devastating effects on children: What we need to know 

  Every day, as we take a breath, our bodies are exposed to an invisible storm of particles that not only...

Ken Agyapong’s presidential bid: A potential toxic presidency or a path to transformative leadership?

When Assin Central Member of Parliament, Ken Agyapong, announced his 2024 presidential bid, many dismissed it as one of his...

International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists: Reflections on the ongoing struggle

The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists is observed annually on November 2. The day serves as...

How Illicit Financial Flows can slow realisation of SDGs in Ghana

Ghana as a developing country has numerous challenges that have over the years hindered socio-economic development. Citizens have raised concerns over...

Taxing the poor in current economic crisis: Should Akufo-Addo pay tax?

The President of Ghana is variously referred to as the ‘First Gentleman of the Land’ by the people, a name...

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