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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...

Ghana’s sick National Health Insurance Scheme

I was skimming through Twitter when I saw a post that read, "The Ghanaian is just a sickness away from...

A state where road safety belongs to only the Head of State

The ordinary road users feel safe on just two occasions on the numerous killer roads that exist in Ghana. The...

How the Amuna family is turning their loss and grief into society’s gain

William and Genevieve Amuna are still yet to come to terms with the right tense to use when asked about...

Snatching conflict from the jaws of peace  

He was our President. However, for his entire life, we came to associate him with peace so much that we...

The wishes that never became horses: A case of Ghana’s constitutional review

On April 28, 1992, when Ghanaians took the path of democratic rule with the 1992 Constitution as its guide, I...

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