COVID -19 AND THE LOCKDOWN SCENARIOS – George Dougan Writes .

The outbreak of the deadly COVID -19 in Ghana, has seen a lot of drastic measures taken by the government to help reduce the spread of this pandemic. A clear indication is... Read more »

COVID-19 AN EYE-OPENER TO SCIENTISTS , NANA KWEGYIR-AGGREY INSIST.

Doctor of Medical Laboratory Science Trainee, Nana Kwegyir-Aggrey has never kept his view under the carpet since the emergence of this novel Virus. In his view,This COVID-19 pandemic has been an eye-opener... Read more »

Why the FDA must maintain the ban preventing celebrities from alcohol advertisement

For sure, no attempt by some members of the Ghanaian media and some Ghanaian celebrities to pressure the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) to lift the ban preventing celebrities from alcohol advertisement... Read more »

Auditor General’s report on GETFund scholarships: My experience in 2017

Barely 24 hours after news went viral on various social media platforms as well as the traditional media in Ghana regarding the Auditor General’s performance audit report on the administration of scholarships... Read more »

The archaic academic curriculum in Ghana and the need for a review

Education is considered as one of the major tools for eradicating poverty and preventing Ignorance among citizens. As a result, many governments across the world devote a lot of resources into the... Read more »

The carnage on Ghana’s roads – Time for common sense solutions

This article shares my ideas and experiences as a US-based Ghanaian who has made several trips to Ghana in the last few years and have spent several hundred hours driving on Ghana’s... Read more »

A charge to keep we have, why more of us should answer the call to serve

It is easy, when one surveys the social media landscape, which has come to take up the place of the proverbial public square, to sense the frustration that many feel about the... Read more »