When ‘manager’, my Mrs/Madame, said the price of a paint-bucket of tomatoes had jumped up, I said “pardon?”. This was to allow me time to think as I did not instantly understand the link between paint-bucket and tomatoes.
“There is nothing more frightening than a bustling ignorance.” – Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. And even more frightening is when the bustling ignorance is displayed by someone in a position to know better, who has the opportunity to influence many others.
An inland Fish Farm which is arguably the biggest Ghanaian owned fishing company in the country has been developed by two businessmen at Gomoa Nsuaem in the Gomoa Central District in the Central Region.
I don’t know if we are calling this census the 2020 Census. We get counted every 10 years and the last time was in 2010. As we all know, the census should have taken place last year, but the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic put paid to that and we are instead having to do it this year.
It was so uplifting, so right, to learn last week that the Pulitzer Prize Board, in charge of the prestigious journalism awards in America, has given a special award to Darnella Frazier, the teenager who filmed the fiendish murder of George Floyd by Minnesota policeman Derek Chauvin.
On June 11th, Graphic online published an article by BBC that, according to a report by Amnesty International released on June 9th, China is committing crimes against humanity in Xinjiang by creating “a dystopian hellscape on a staggering scale”.
As we garner more life experiences and make progress in this journey called life, a lot of things begin to make better meaning to us. In essence, we begin to appreciate even better, how all the little components of the structure of our society make our country tick.