Category Archives: Opinion

National Identification Authority’s Apology To The North Is Laughable

It is a sad historical reality, indeed an undeniable truth that the northern regions in Ghana have always been a second thought to policy makers in Accra. And this "unofficial" policy has its genesis in the colonial era when the British designated the north as a source of cheap labor. It therefore goes without saying…
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Remembering Khashoggi and Ahmed Suale

On Wednesday, the journalism world observed the sad one-year anniversary of the gruesome murder of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, by Saudi thugs. Mr. Khashoggi who was a writer at the Washington Post in the United States, was a frequent critic of the Saudi monarchy. He did not mince his words and was unrelenting in his…
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The Climate Crisis Is Already Wreaking Havoc On The African Continent

Last week in New York City, a young girl from Sweden called on world leaders to do something drastic about the climate crisis. Greta Thunberg, the young lady, is special person; she is a trial-blazer. She started a school strike in her country to draw attention to the climate crisis, she avoids traveling by air…
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NPP Claims Of a Coup plot are Preposterous; Nobody Wants Any Part of It.

News of a planned coup d’ etat was stunning, strange and seemed totally out of place. Did some mischievous individuals conspire to topple a democratically elected government as the ruling NPP would want us to believe? Doubts abound as to the veracity of the government’s claims. I took the news with a pinch of salt…
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