Last week, an FM station dedicated its morning programme to receiving calls from Nigerians resident in Ghana on the unfortunate developments in Nigeria. Understandably, many were upset and angry about goings-on in their country.
At Kofiase, a community in the Mampong municipality of the Ashanti region of Ghana, members of a Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) are on their way to getting a bumper harvest due to an investment in improved oil palm seedlings.
Corruption continues to be a growing concern in Ghana and the menace has always been largely blamed on weak institutions and failure on the part of duty bearers to effectively implement the plethora of policies and legal frameworks established to combat the canker.
Three score years and 10 mark how long the now Graphic Communications Group Ltd (GCGL) has been around. Born in the Gold Coast, growing up and aging in Ghana, it has managed to stay on top, sleek with fashionable products 70 years on.
The December 7 election is an event (postulated outcome) out of the electoral processes, that has the potential to accentuate the economic development of our country or abate the modest gains already made by the blood and toil of our fathers, if not destroy it. We cannot allow any generation to blame our time for not upholding and defending the good values of Ghana. No!!!, not our days.
WORKERS in our company have threatened a lockout and sit-down strike if management failed to heed their plea for their next two years’ annual leave to be exchanged for cash to enable them to make up for some losses brought about by the lockdown during the pandemic.
IT is an election year and we will be deciding on the future and direction of the nation for the next four years and more. Manifestos have been launched. Speeches and have been given. Promises of what will be done are being thrown all over the place.
Squatting on a thick dark wooden structure serving as a temporary single room apartment, in a low income urban community, sixty-four-year old, Benjamin Opoku Kwaku, musician, guitarist and a farmer is fully living out high hopes and aspirations of expanding his small holder farm entity into a viable commercial venture.
The recent murder of the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Mfansteman Constituency, Ekow Quansah Hayford, has led to predictable demands by the parliamentary leadership that MPs should be given personal police protection paid for by the state.
In this country to say one is ‘okro mouth’ or one has an ‘okro mouth’ means the person is indiscrete. It is the description of a person who goes about sharing all information, whether public, intimate or classified!
As the dicey general election of 2020 gets nigh, there seems to be some apprehension in the air, created by the combustible mix of a recurring secessionist verve in the Volta Region, the infiltration of firearms and light weapons and a political process whose transparency has been largely contested by the main opposition party.