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When a goat turns into a cow

Last Wednesday night’s earth tremors in Accra shook me o. Chai! Uncle Ganyaglo is on a visit so when the first one occurred, he...

A bank that helps you get things done

There is a spirit across the continent that is unmatched elsewhere. It is largely unspoken, a feeling and way of thinking that allows us...

Ghana is in darkness hence the loud silence

The holy book says there is time for everything. A time to be born and a time to die. A time to govern and a...

Far-right extremism, a caution to African leaders

Far right polices or right-wing extremism as a political spectrum is prevalent in contemporary European and American politics. Right-wing fanatics share in political ideologies such...

Why Shatta Wale’s copyright rant may be right and wrong

Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale and controversy are like twins. It’s either he loves the controversy or controversy likes him. The good news...

The gorilla in a developing country

Many at times people tend to fault the government on its many decisions due to propaganda rather than appreciating its genuineness to create as...

The certainty of uncertainty; role of leadership

The world is full of people who are very certain—in politics, in religion, in all manner of things. In addition, political, religious, and social...

What Is The Mileage Of Arresting Manasseh And Demon Breaker?

To suggest that the ongoing Net2TV programme ‘The Seat’ is long overdue is an understatement. The programme is a call to arms that should...

Political appointments; a game of loyalty over competence?

The Fourth Republic has seen both ruling parties, NPP and NDC, accuse each other of promoting what they call, ‘family and friends government’. It...

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Award-winning Artiste and Rapfam Entertainment frontline Flowking Stone has unveiled the cover art of his much anticipated album “Best Rapper Africa.” The mekyea kyea hit...

All You Need To Know About Naana Jane Opoku Agemang

Born on 22 November 1951 in Cape Coast, Ghana, she was a former Minister for Education in Ghana. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang attended Anglican Girls’ Secondary...

The $50m Woodberry Stole From Chicago Companies May Never Be Recovered (Details Inside)

Woodberry successfully defrauded two Chicago based companies in the tune of $15 million through the use of fake email appearing to have come from...

“Your degree is just a piece of paper, your education is seen in your behaviour” – Naira Marley

Nigerian singer, Fashola Azeez popularly known as Naira Marley has dropped a controversial statement on social media that has got people talking. The ‘Jo...