The Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori Atta, in his November 2018 budget presentation announced the impending merger of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), and Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL), into what he called the National Institute of Communication and Media Arts.
“Work and pay” is a descriptive terminology of Ghanaians that refers to a contractual relationship between a driver, who drives a vehicle with an intent to buy it, and that of the vehicle owner, who is also desirous of selling his vehicle.
One may be right to deduce that when the headquarters of the national Public Records and Archives Administration Department (PRAAD) in Accra is cast off, then those in the regions would be in a devastating state or become non-existent. This assumption for the Central Region is true!
In the brouhaha over the shooting incident at the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency, during the by-election on January 31, it has been very difficult to sift out the truth from the misinformation, sheer propaganda and ‘political talk’.
May be,… I should lead this campaign… Yes! ... Why not!.. Girls have been abducted, no trace of them, their present state, whether dead or alive for five good months and still counting and I can’t do anything?
A certain clergy was recently quoted to have said, “Children are getting away with a lot of things in schools in the name of child abuse and people are talking about human rights … a foolish behaviour pattern which we have copied with the excuse of freedom of speech; freedom of liberty for the student”.
On January 23, 2019, the Supreme Court in a unanimous decision dismissed a case filed by James Kwabena Bomfeh Jr challenging the constitutionality of the government’s involvement in the cathedral project and the operations of Hajj.