What began as a slow and cautious encroachment on the greenbelt between the N1 and the Weija Dam has in the past few weeks turned into a fierce scramble for land, which is likely to result in the total loss of the vegetative cover within a short period.
Hon E. T. Mensah’s book, “Setting the Record Straight”, has an honest title and book cover. The cover has two pictures of former President Jerry John Rawlings – one as a young man and the other represents the latter model, complete with white beard.
The disagreement over the introduction of multiparty local governance still leaves open the question of specific modes of integration of Ghana’s traditional rulers into the local government system. Several options for integration have been proposed.
For centuries the unique, beautiful and culturally rich landscape of the Tongo Hills, the Whistling Rocks and the spiritual powers of the Tengzug Shrine in the Talensi District in the Upper East Region have all combined effectively to put the region on the World Tourism Map.
Pupils and teachers of the Kunkon Islamic Primary School in the Yendi municipality of the Northern Region have been studying and teaching in a dilapidated roofless structure since a rainstorm battered the only four-unit classroom block serving about 150 pupils in March 2020.
For countries in the vanguard of the world economy, the balance between knowledge and resources have shifted so far towards the former that knowledge has perhaps become the most important factor determining the standard of living…today’s most technologically advanced economies are truly knowledge-based” (The World Bank).
It is the kind of video that would receive an immediate reaction of: “OMG”. Indeed for three times, that was my exclamation as I watched the short video on a disgraceful behaviour of two male adults on an aircraft.