An invasion of armies can be resisted but not an idea whose time has come. - VICTOR HUGO.
During the 2016 general election, one of the major campaign promises canvassed thoroughly and in a diffused manner by both the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was the creation of more regions.
Former Minister of Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah has issued a six-page response to a query by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to state their social intervention policies.
Although there is no legislation to enforce the use of locally sourced inputs by Ghana’s mining industry, the mining companies themselves are leading efforts to increase local content to the benefit of local enterprise and the wider economy.
The penetration rate of life insurance in Ghana still hovers around two to three per cent. This rate is alarming and calls for a conscientious approach or, preferably, a dialogue to engage all on the need to insure one’s life.
Within the last few weeks, our media space has been awash with numerous requests for the government to urgently meet the development needs of the people. Many of our citizens living in various communities across the country seem so frustrated and are daily complaining about poor infrastructure.
Due to its colonial experience and the creation of artificial borders, Ghana finds itself face-to-face with a linguistic reality. The fact that the country is sandwiched between Francophone countries, namely Togo, Burkina Faso and Cote d’Ivoire, has a lot of implications for economic, industrial, political and socio-religious activities.
Earlier this week, on October 16, UN member countries marked World Food Day (WFD), but this year the Ghana observance seems to have been somewhat low-key. Is it because food availability is not a problem this year?
The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Breman Asikuma Senior High School (BASS) has for the past five years initiated and executed major projects aimed at adding to the infrastructure of the school.
I was at a ceremony in Accra this week at which the Standard Bank Group, in the name of Ghana’s Stanbic Bank, and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (ICBC), collaborating with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, launched ‘I Go Ghana: I Go China’.