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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...

Criticise journalists, but be constructive and not destructive

As a journalist, I firmly believe in the importance of media criticism. It's a necessary part of our job that...

Prison, and other severe punishments panacea to stopping attacks on journalists

In recent times, Ghana has seen an alarming increase in attacks on journalists, raising concerns about the country's press freedom....

Building to Last: Nurturing excellence and crafting future African leaders at UBA

Some moments resonate as profoundly remarkable in life, where dreams are born from humble beginnings and transformed into extraordinary realities. As...

Internal Democracy in Ghana’s Political Parties: Elections or elites’ selections?

Every political observer in Ghana and across the diaspora feels the buzz of the internal political contest within the governing...

Policing in Ghana: Introspections, challenges and prospects

Section 200(1) of the 1992 Constitution states that: “No person or authority shall raise any police service except by...

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