Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

TAKING IGBO OUT OF NIGERIAN BONDAGE

What Igbo people want is to leave Nigeria On the 29th of May 1966 the Igbo irreversibly renounced their colonially imposed Nigerian citizenship. That date marks the official beginning of the 1966 Pogrom of Igbo people in Nigeria. S ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Death Shall Come When It Will

Last Sunday evening the nation did not hear good news. This is how news about death is reported in Akan. It is a decent rendition of what we found ourselves in when the disturbing Kintampo Waterfall story broke on Sunday. A story about 20 young pe .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

A Citizen’s Mail To President Buhari

I use this medium to congratulate you for resuming duty after your return from the short sojourn to the United Kingdom for rest and medical attention. Each day you were away was remembered with events that recounted your high spirit for Nigerians ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Eliminating the Parasites in Ghana Football

Known among his peers and the football fraternity as the EXECUTIONER, disgraced Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey; banned for life by football 39;s governing authority FIFA, is an epitome of crass corruption, unprofessionalism and sheer 39;mafia- ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Amewu and Asomah-Cheremeh must walk the talk

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Peter Amewu, has declared war on illegal mining, popularly known as galamsey, in the country. According to Mr. Amewu, he is determined to fight the canker, because not only is it destroying water bodies .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

How Forgiveness Can Set Your Free?

Forgive is to pardon, excuse, absolve or exonerate. To stop being angry about something. To stop being angry about or resenting somebody or somebody 39;s behaviour. To pardon. To excuse somebody for a mistake, misundersta ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

Meet the Most Influential Ghanaian Young Women

As the world marks International Women rsquo;s Day, this also affords us the best opportunity to highlight the works of young Ghanaian women who are breaking glass ceilings across all sectors attributing to the success of Ghanaian economy. The lis...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

Challenge Yourself For The Future

Life is not a competition, neither is it a game Or a wonderful tv series. Life is a challenge. A challenge of one 39;s self. You are not in a race with anybody but you sure are in a race with yourself. Your yesterday should not be better than tod .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

The Role Of Men

Nature has stripped off the very dictates of who a man is. By default he is taught to be a living robot without any scintilla of evincing his engrossed delicate emotions else he 39;d be tagged a 39;weakling 39; thus being disrespected within h .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

Female Deaths One Too Many

The tragic death of a female student on the University of Ghana, Legon campus yesterday broke the hearts of most parents, who heard about the sad news. Happening at the heels of the suspected suicide of a female student at the Kwame Nkrumah Univer...