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
Most Ghanaians are aware of what has happened in the banking sector lately. Of particular interest is the way in which MenzGold, once considered non-party to the monetary difficulties got entangled in the web of monies and has allegedly filed for bankruptcy which has been denied. (No Bankrupt, MenzGold) I could run through all the … More CRIME COMES CALLING; The Aftermath of MenzGold.
100,000 × Gh¢700.00 = Gh¢70,000,000 Multiply this by 12 months = Gh¢840,000,000 I think it is clear now that our governments have enough money to get all the over 65 factories and firms that collapsed after Nkrumah was booted working. Why we don’t seem to have money to do anything I believe is because we … More NABCO! WILL IT BE WORTH IT AFTER 12?
In my previous article, I described how its corresponding opportunity that allows the positive use of knowledge to build a nation. Parliament is in full session at one of these annual State of The Nation Address to listen to the president. The biologist has estimated the dose of an agent that can paralyze everyone in … More Crime Comes Calling, Are We Ready?
Crime from my legal methodology class was defined as the commission or omission of an act that goes against a statute in force and has penutive consequences. (Take it like that, am not a lawyer yet) The 80’s had its class of crimes that dominated the society. Into the 90’s and now the 2000’s, we … More When Crime Comes Calling? I
It comes as no surprise, however, very incongruous the prevailing trend of unusual solidarity for individuals amidst suspected wrongdoings liable to any legal arbitration in Ghana and Africa as a whole. There have been serial widespread speculation for the lack of wisdom and proper understanding on any relevant matters in Ghana. It is not for … More TOO MUCH ABSURDITY (WIDESPREAD “AIDS” IN INTERNATIONAL CENTRAL GOSPEL CHURCH-ICGC)
Am yet to see anyone just wake up, unprovoked, walk to a pastor and start raining insults on him. Anytime I have witnessed exchanges, its because the supposed pastor in question has exhibited characteristics that raises questions in its basic form. When it gets hot in that circle and their sinister plans are about to … More FEAR MONGERING!!! Fear Not!
Now today I spoke to an old educationist about this double-track system. Admittedly, this government is trying to do what it has not verified and only seek to use a part of the nation’s youth for a needless experiment. He exposes what these politicians do to always keep the ‘poor’ in their state whilst they … More Double -Track Education? You are being sold for less…
Dear Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo-Addo ———————————————————– I am by myself watching the hills across the Bibiani mines and write you this letter. Nana, your posture as a president is fading to any well-meaning Ghanaian who had hopes that if for nothing, you will whip all of us into line. Looks like you lost the cane. … More Letter II; Open To The President.
So after the hurdles that we faced in the race to get the library painted, we got to the point where we had only one option, to finish painting the library. The Saturday was intense with helping hands from two indigenous painters from within the Begoro community to assist the few hands the foundation had … More Begoro Library Painted; A Success Story.
Every project comes with its own challenge. In pictures the Begoro library looked very small only to be visited in reality and see its mammoth size relative to that of Bibiani and Sunyani for which we have painted. First challenge was now estimating the amount of money that will be needed to buy paints, brushes … More Painting Begoro Library; The Hurdles.