Last week, I got a friendly dressing-down over my article on the celebration of the National Chief Imam, with my statement that “there were no railways in the colony” around the same time the National Chief Imam was born, in 1919.
Happy, surprise, sad, anger, disgust, contempt and fear are some of the emotions that we experience in our everyday life. Emotions are essential to our survival. Fear for example, helps us to know there is danger ahead so we must avoid it.
Harvesting and selling of oysters is a major source of livelihood for many people in communities along the Densu Delta, notably Tsokomey, Bortianor and Tetegu, all in the Ga South municipality in the Greater Accra Region.
The recent announcement by the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture to ban fishing from May to July has caused consternation among of fishermen and women who depend on the Fishing Industry for their livelihood.
This article examines the viability of adopting new media technologies (NMTs) as political communication tools during elections and campaign seasons in Ghana as a complement to traditional media channels of communication.
I have always held the view that a house is more valuable than a car, regardless of whether the house is a one-single block, wooden or metal structure, and the car a Range Rover or a Toyota Land Cruiser.
The Asanteman Council is the highest traditional authority in Asante and has been in existence for over three hundred years since the foundation of the Asante Kingdom (Asanteman) by Opemsuo Osei Tutu I, Asantehene, and his Priest Counsellor, Okomfo Anokye.
The 21st Century is the era of the knowledge economy in which most countries and organisations are looking for ways to possess information that enables them to improve their performance and Ghana is not an exception.
My household, too, suffered a loss due to the rainstorm of April 7, although nothing like the situation experienced by those who lost family members. There were, in fact, two baffling losses, giving me something to ponder over.
Some consumers of electricity and water in Tamale, the Northern Regional capital have attributed the increase in illegal connection of utilities in the metropolis to delays and the cumbersome processes involved in procuring new services and metres.