Ebola first appeared in 1976 in 2 simultaneous outbreaks, in Nzara, Sudan and in Yambuku, DRC. The latter was in a village situated near Ebola River, from which the disease takes its name. Looks as though everyone is scared of this dreaded disease. Well I may be the odd one because am a little ‘happy’. … More THOSE EBOLA IS SAVING
In a year of my pursuit of a forensic career I have become more silent on many issues that tow investigative lines than I used to. I wake up every day to news articles and comments from people who ideally are supposed to know better but do worse. I recall predicting the MTN mobile money … More THE PITFALLS IN INVESTIGATIONS IN GHANA; BUGGING NUISANCE
Yesterday Mr. Godsbrain Smart (Captain Smart of Adom FM) was appointed ambassador of Ghana Ambulance Services. He has no knowledge nor expertise in ambulance, but he can’t be flawed because he has the platform for public education, he’s also shown great crowd puller in his recently led “Y3gye y3sika” demonstration and hence has the acumen … More Rationality or Fame? The wobbling future of the Ghanaian Child.
For as long as I have lived, I couldn’t have asked for any wonderful father than Mr. Adjei Mansoh, the man God blessed me with. I have grown up to witness and admire the qualities of a father. The man I am now is because of the father you are. You taught me never to … More The man called 90 90! Happy fathers day.
We have to straighten the branches of these trees before they become timbers, otherwise our children will grow knowing more about characters that will make virtually no positive impact on their educational life. … More THE COVER OF OUR EXERCISE BOOKS.
“Lazy thinking and spiritualization robbing us of our souls. My observation over the years has given me some issues to ponder over, which I feel it’s worth sharing. There is a clear indication of our common sense being shortchanged with “SPIRITUALIZATION”, there is barely no more physical activity that common sense is anymore relevant to … More Spiritualism vrs Common Sense.
Here we are enthusiastically having a life that seemingly cannot be lived without our new found second self, ‘PHONES’. I mean the youth today have all their life wrapped in the beautiful gadgets they hold in their hands but dear in their hearts. Now, this is how most have virtually killed themselves without knowing it. … More Killed By Their Passwords.
I sat between two men of the two major religions in the world today. The driver, a Muslim and the man on my right a Christian. I was sandwiched between them and I bet my ears have realized that outside the dogma of religion which tends to shroud the wisdom of many, there exists people … More My #Trotro Experience today: Wisdom vrs. Religion.
The e-library project which was launched as part of the programmes of Ghana’s 60th anniversary celebrations, aims at improving reading and learning among children and young people in rural areas. The names of the 60 deprived communities will be announced later by the committee. (Ghanaweb.com) According to the committee, every region will have six libraries. … More Ghana @60; 60 Libraries. Does It Make Sense?
On the eve of our 60th birthday as a nation, I just sent out a simple question out to all my contacts that were active. Most of the responses were fascinating. Were there still citizens who were proud of this nation? Take a read: Angelina: The freedom and pure culture. Blinko: It is different to … More What Makes You a Proud Ghanaian?
Whenever I get the opportunity to sit and think about what a beautiful country Ghana is, I only smile at our shortfalls which are so eminent just because maybe we have not had enough tests as managers of our country. This piece of mine draws inspiration from the guys who fix the parachutes of the … More The Parachute Test GHANA Needs.