There was one key aspect of Ghanaian life which the President missed in his State of the Nation Address – national values. In the ensuing parliamentary debate, no MP wondered about the President’s silence on the state of the nation’s morality.
After 30 years of dedicated and diligent service to the market leader in the media landscape, the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), I started my terminal leave yesterday and will bow out finally from this noble organisation on May 3, 2021.
I note that advertising is in the news. The dreadful event at Kasoa, in which two teenage boys reportedly murdered an 11-year-old boy, is being blamed on the unrestrained advertising on our television channels by fetish priests and occultists which are influencing innocent minds.
In continuity, we will demonstrate the unique strengths and the added advantage of the candidature of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to the NPP’s electoral fortunes as far as the 2024 general election is concerned.
For the second week running, the columnist features again his guest writer, Senior Citizen, Dr Asibi Abudu, who rose from a Cert ‘B’ teacher and a police constable to earn a PhD in Economics in the USA in 1957.
Between Wednesday, March 24, 2021 and Monday, March 29, 2021, international shipping in the Suez Canal came to a halt following the running-aground of a giant Japanese container-ship EVER GIVEN. This incident brought back memories of my stay in the Middle East about 50 years ago.
It is impossible to write about Joyce Aryee in the Daily Graphic. In this column I cannot go beyond 700-750 words. The number of boards on which she sits is, alone, enough to fill half the space. To add her academic, professional, religious and personal accomplishments in governance, leadership, public relations and management, that will require two pages!