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
The way religion is delivered must change! Churches should stop preaching about miracles and breakthroughs. Popular preaching such as sowing a seed or give and it shall be given unto you have been misinterpreted for personal gains. No wonder pastors are so rich and the people and congregation around them are so poor. We are … More RELIGION IN AFRICA; How we must shift the paradigm.
To the glory of Almighty God I will first congratulate the organisers of the very first NaSFIS that has now opened the door to the forensic hall in Ghana. UCC has done a great job by leading this charge and I am proud to have my undergraduate supervisor now the HOD of the forensic department … More 1st National Symposium on Forensic and Investigative Sciences; My Experience.
Where were the men of God when Libya was under attack for no reason? This is the part I simply dislike. (Pardon my anger). We were all here when Gaddafi was killed like a street dog by mercenaries mostly trained through funding that came from the forces that make up the NATO. Back then no … More By Their Flowers Have You Not Seen Them?
After about 2 years of being tossed about by DVLA on a simple transfer of my driver’s license final stages (oral and field test) from Cape Coast to Kumasi which they never did, I had someone to do it for me from Goaso since Bibiani has no DVLA office. I now understand why a lot … More Kilometers on Bike.
We woke up to a story concerning the defilement of a 4-year old girl in the Assin area. Apparently the gods had already given their stance on the issue by exonerating the suspected culprit. After the story broke, the reaction from the Ghanaian populace has been positive causing the Police to even issue a statement. … More #JusticeForHer: The Verdict Of The gods
There existed a time when people had secrets. Humans as we are, the behavioral instinct of keeping secrets haven’t changed, but times have changed. Shopping, traveling, chatting and holding meetings in the digital age now means that whatever you do, habits and relationships are recorded whether you know it or not. Will you believe if … More PRIVACY? Your Phone Gives You ZERO!
It is news of this nature that almost certainly drains you of the few moles of patriotism you have left inside. As a nation, we have achieved great heights in opening our mouths at the decisions that persons who the nation has entrusted into their care vital decision making powers continue to fail us. Now, … More How We Got Here; SSNIT saga.
It was a nice atmosphere at the Roman Catholic ‘A’ park, Bibiani, as the chiefs and town folks welcomed the president on his “Thank You” tour. The presence of the military and the police sent signals of tight security. This was expected, yes!. The first gentleman of the land has to be protected. I sat … More How Our President, Nana Addo Could Have Been Assassinated.
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.