Opinions

National Service Is Not Enough For Public Tertiary Graduates In Ghana

Students are patriotic and are dedicated to the development of the country, but they can not only rely on national service as an assurance of building a life. After national service most students wonder without work or job to earn a living, this problem of the tertiary graduates not getting gainful jobs retard the development in the country because most of the human resource are not utilized

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Managing Human Resource In Ghana

Ghana is a country blessed with all natural resources in the like of gold, diamond, bauxite. And now oil. One of the major problems for underdevelopment in Ghana can be attributed to the inadequate of human resources in the country and other resources

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Crocodile-tears for the security services (2)

I would first of all like to take this opportunity to commend Paapa Owusu-Ankoma (NPP-MP) for Sekondi for his wonderful display of vigilance and patriotism at the floor of the House, on 25th October, 2010 for spotting yet another ‘fraud’ nearly visited on the republic of Ghana

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Terrorizing By The Fulani

The Fulani are pastoral and nomadic people of western Africa; they are traditionally cattle herders of Muslim faith usually sub-Saharan regions mostly from Senegal to Chad. The Fulani’s presence in the country is causing more harms than good to the citizens

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Insecurity On Our Roads

The Christmas period is here again and traveling to and fro within the country will increase, but the question we need to ask ourselves is how safe our roads are. Accidents and robbery on our roads are rampant in recent times. Accidents on our roads are majorly due to the nature of our roads, lack of security personnel on the major parts of the roads also leads to both accidents and robbery and recalcitrant drivers cause accidents

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National Oil- A Bite Of Death

Ghana is known for its poten­tial in min­eral resources like dia­mond, gold and baux­ite, and the lat­est reports about oil dis­cov­ery in the coun­try is seen as good news for the socio-economic devel­op­ment of the coun­try. But the greatest questions that Ghanaians must continue to ask themselves are how beneficial the oil will be to the country as a whole and not to the majority and also the consequences that will follow when things turn to go the unexpected way

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Prostitution – A National Menace

Ghana is gradually gaining notoriety as a destination for child prostitution, a dent in the country’s international image. Is this because of the governments’ unconcern or because of the prostitutes’ unwillingness to stop? Ghanaian societies are turning into grounds for the practicing and the trading of sexual activities

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Crocodile-tears for the security services (1)

A policy think-tank, IMANI, has revealed that they have sited a document in which it is stated that the originators of the STX deal are currently junketing around Europe looking for the $10billion ‘kweku ananse’ cash for the commencement of the project. The government of Ghana is also reported to be running helter-skelter over the looming catastrophe

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We are ever ready for you, Hannah Bissiw!!!

Once again, Hannah Bissiw, the woman I will describe as a Cuban-indoctrinated motor-mouth, has dared some of us to meet her in the boxing-ring of political-insults (Citi Fm, 7/10/10). The woman was moaning because Atta-Mills is being called names after some riff-raffs within their ranks have launched an absolutely stupid verbal attack on the person of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. ...

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Political Development In Ghana So Far

Political development is the necessary condition to the development of every state, and therefore the development of Ghana must not be taken in the shallow terms but development of the political sphere must also be taken into consideration. The signs of political development of this country can be seen in different levels – the respect of the population and human rights, respect to the level of the governmental and general systematic performance

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Those who live in Glass Houses should not throw stones – Baba Go Slow’s betrayal of womenfolk and children (1)

Preamble: If the lion runs and looks back, it does not mean that it is afraid. It wants to know the distance it has covered. The fact that the lion is the king of the jungle does not mean that it cannot be brought down by the hunter’s gun. This write up is a fitting response to the misconception, absurdity and illogical reasoning being peddled by some misguided elements in our midst under a so-called Media Analyst Group led by a dubious

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Those who live in Glass Houses should not throw stones – Baba Go Slow’s betrayal of womenfolk and children (2)

President Mills is morally Bankrupt: Between President Mils and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who is morally bankrupt when it comes to the training of children? It is a know fact that the Presidential Aspirant of the Nipa Pa Party accepted total responsibility for the upkeep and upbringing of his children with all the seriousness it deserves. But can we say same of our President? Absolutely, no!

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Is The Students Loan Trust Fund Really Serving Its Purpose?

The students Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) was established in December 2005 under the Trustee Incorporation Act 1962, Act 106. The objectives of the Trust Fund are to provide financial resources for the sound management of the Trust for the benefit of students and to help promote and facilitate the national ideals enshrined in Article 28 and 38 of the 1992 Constitution

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Keeping Ghana Clean

In recent times, Ghana has been able to manage a smooth and peaceful political transition, and has created a political and policy environment conducive to economic and social progress. It is very disgraceful that a country like Ghana that can be grouped among the giants of Africa is still suffering from the problem of filth

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When blatant dishonesty becomes a virtue (2)

The peoples’ assembly concept by the Kufuor administration, where the president availed himself for questioning by the citizenry, was frowned upon by candidate Atta-Mills and his cohorts. Yet, a pseudo town hall meeting was organized in Tamale by the NDC, and Atta Mills decided to cocoon himself in Accra with no explanation as to why he could not master the courage to be there to face the ordinary Ghanaian

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