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Getting Ghana out of a treadmill race

I love auto-(bio)-graphies, because it therein that l understand the gaps in life - the gaps between birth and death. For it is in...

Would the church survive?

Since the past few weeks, some of us have worriedly seen a revitalisation of an old crusade against Christianity. If you turn on the television...

THE BLUE GATE BROUHAHA: Arrest of the Broadcast Journalist from Citi TV/FM

Security Institutions and for that matter, the National Security outfit are a creation of the law. Their operations and actions must be in accord with...

The Church of Pentecost prison project and Ghana’s religious plurality

Yesterday, May 11, 2021 was a great day. A great day because the Church of Pentecost (CoP), Ghana's largest Protestant denomination, commissioned the first...

Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu is right to some extent: My preliminary response to a looming religious tension

Today, on May 9, 2021, l watched a recorded programme on TV3 that hosted Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu, the spokesperson of the National Chief Imam. Sheikh...

Kwaku Sakyi-Addo writes: Fasting at Katanga

I do not know what the arrangements are in Achimota school today. But when I was a student there in the 1970s, Muslim students...

As we #fixthecountry, what don’t we know already?

I want to see Ghana fixed. I love to see Ghana fixed. I hope Ghana will be fixed. I pray Ghana will be fixed....

The stubborn demon of Ghana

I only hope that the young men and women would take over and demonstrate to us what they would do differently. We have come a...

Why I hardly have any hope in any social movement or revolution: The way forward

On Thursday, May 6, 2021, I watched the recorded editorial comment of Bernard Koku Avle on the #Fixthecountry moment. I have known Mr Avle,...

My small take on Uncle Sam Jonah’s (KBE) speech

The day l read Uncle Sam Jonah's (KBE) speech, l was not necessarily moved, because he was doing what is either real or quasi...

What should we do with minority religions in mission state-sponsored schools?

After listening to all the debates about minority religions in state-sponsored missionary schools, l rather preferred to ask questions to rushing to find answers. So,...

Beyond the attacks on Sonnie Badu

The Ghanaian social media space has increasingly become hostile to reasoned argument and more so Christianity. Social media has also enabled young people to...

Do not defame me in the propaganda to nominate a new Special Prosecutor – Martin Amidu writes

Anybody deeply knowledgeable about the Agyapa Royalties Transaction Corruption Risk Assessment report which resulted in my eventual resignation as the first Special Prosecutor knows...

Martin Amidu writes about Agyapa deal, new Special Prosecutor in latest epistle

DO NOT DEFAME MARTIN AMIDU IN THE PROPAGANDA TO NOMINATE A NEW SPECIAL PROSECUTOR: BY MARTIN A. B. K. AMIDU Anybody deeply knowledgeable about the...

Asking the right questions: A guide for marketers everywhere braving the new normal

Marketers, Marketing executives everywhere, it's time to ask the right questions. The new normal as we have come to term this season of forced restrictions...

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