The nation is ready to go green; what happened across the country last Friday points to this. Across the length and breadth of the country, a campaign led by the President himself brought out the beauty of a united nation and a focused people, as Ghanaians turned up in their numbers to green the country.
Losses or damages are incurred continuously by motorists, business owners, workers, property owners etc. These damages or losses should have a ﬁnancial cover which will protect them from the cost of damage or loss incurred.
A few days after the paper came out, one morning, I was informed in the office that some officials from state security had come looking for me, and the Managing Director, and they were in a meeting with him.
As the COVID 19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe, people in the most vulnerable situations are hit the hardest by this crisis as it is exacerbating structural inequalities in rural communities.
The fisheries sector remains a key contributor to the growth of Ghana’s economy. The sector serves as a source of critical food security, poverty alleviation, health, and wealth. It provides job opportunities for many coastal communities.
This article is prompted by a WhatsApp post and a sermon. Like most WhatsApp messages, this was one of the thousands of unsolicited posts which daily inundate us on the many platforms created by classmates, course mates, church mates and work mates.
QualityRights is a World Health Organisation’s (WHO) initiative to improve the quality of care and support in mental health and social services around the world through the promotion of human rights of persons with psychosocial, intellectual or cognitive disabilities.
A matter of concern and public interest has recently been brought to my attention by the Judicial Service which requires me to make this statement to throw more light as a sequel to the circular issued by the Chief Justice and a guide to the Members, the Clerk to Parliament and the general public.
Thirty years ago, on June 3, 1991, my father, Stephen Kwasi Ohene, died. I am writing about him because I believe he typifies the many people who built Ghana by simply doing what they knew to be right and their stories hardly ever get told.