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Thoughts of a Native Daughter Column

Ajoa Yeboah-Afari is a seasoned Ghanaian journalist and former BBC correspondent. Adjoa Yeboah-Afari's 'Thoughts of a Native Daughter' column appears in The Mirror newspaper every Friday. More Soon
Ghana-US Defence Cooperation controversy: a personal perspective 06-04-18
In the matter of ‘where we have reached’ 02-03-18
It’s the Sanitation Minister who has got it wrong! 23-02-18
Right to Information law, a May birth? 16-02-18
Police – civilian relations: the case of the investigator who vanished 09-02-18
National tourism agenda: why not first things first? 02-02-18
A woman’s haunting question in a car park 19-01-18
The ‘Pink Lady’ deserves our respect! 12-01-18
Cleaning Accra: action needed now, not plans, promises! 05-01-18
Medals for the maids 22-12-17
Beauty, lifestyle and the grey class 15-12-17
Everybody should brighten the corner where they are! 24-11-17
What has happened to Accra street lights? 17-11-17
Communications Minister, is it ‘new wine in old bottles’? 27-10-17
Ghana is past the era of ‘killing the messenger’! 20-10-17
Why not a ‘Tetteh Quarshie Day’? 06-10-17
Uber, a freedom ride and cue for Ghana taxis! 29-09-17
A matter of quality, and Cameron Duodu’s complaint 15-09-17
There is 'method in his slowness' 01-09-17
A new Farmers Day format at long last? 25-08-17
Does Ghana have a founder, or founders? 18-08-17
An SOS to the IGP, and a ‘terror advisory’ that Dansoman banks should issue 11-08-17
Sanitation problem: Is Kumasi showing the way? 04-08-17
TV adverts: the methods and the messages! 28-07-17
The missing link in the galamsey war equation 21-07-17
A promise of ‘exciting times ahead’ 13-01-17
Beyond the euphoria of the new era 06-01-17
Of reminders about election promises 30-12-16
A Christmas cheer medley 23-12-16
Time to stop calling him ‘Nana Addo’! 16-12-16