Respect Law: Motorbike Riders Asked


The difficulties involved in commuting to and from our workplaces have engendered a boom in motorbike business in Accra and many rural communities across the country. The increase in vehicular population in the country is not matching the expansion in the road network, resulting in traffic jams on all major roads in the country, especially during the More...

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On Sunday, April 6th, 2014

Deficiency of knowledge in schools worrying

The media platform, be it traditional or social, remains the easiest means of accessing information for knowledge and enlightenment in any society. Years ago, scholarship was demonstrated by people who bought newspapers, More...

On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Ghana Suffocates Under Judgment Debts

FLASHBACK: The judgment debt commission at one of its public hearings in the Old Parliament House The Sole Commissioner of the Judgment Debt Commission, Mr Justice Yaw Apau, expressed the feeling of many Ghanaians More...

On Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Reforms will consolidate our democracy

Elections play a very key role in sustaining democratic governance across the globe, especially in multi-party societies. But free and fair elections are not attained only on election days; the preparation towards More...

Indigenous religious leaders performed rituals ahead of the satellite launch
On Monday, March 24th, 2014

No way for religious intolerance

The Fourth Republican Constitution establishes Ghana as a secular state, for which reason no special recognition is given to any of the religious denominations. This deliberate policy of not giving any pride of More...

On Friday, March 21st, 2014

Contract killing on the increase in Ghana

Ghana has been rocked by what is known as contract killing in certain communities in recent times. Although the incidence is not widespread, it is a matter of grave concern to all, especially the law enforcement More...

rice importation
On Thursday, March 20th, 2014

What is our excuse for rice importation

rice and food imports Ghana’s agriculture is under severe strain. For some time now we have been unable to feed ourselves. Our major staples, including rice, are imported in large quantities, while we supplement More...

Ghana Police
On Thursday, March 20th, 2014

The confidence level of the Ghana Police

Ghana Police The Ghana Police Service yesterday unveiled an ambitious programme seeking to re-affirm public confidence in the service. Dubbed, the Public Confidence Re-affirmation Campaign, the programme seeks to More...

load Shedding
On Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Revisiting the load Shedding blues yet again

load Shedding Shedding the load of electric power in the country is becoming a permanent canker. This is evident from the unending power cuts that consumers have been experiencing over the years. After making electricity More...

1st Lady meets Gt Accra NDC women Organisers 030
On Monday, March 10th, 2014

We need full potential of women

The world has just ended observing Saturday, March 8, as International Women’s Day (IWD), a day set aside to reflect on the progress made by women and celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women More...


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