Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 days ago

Asantehemaa Goes Home

The Dead speaks not. The Dead sees not and the Dead hears not. When we literally smell something up in the air, we get the sense that something’s cooking. When we hear ‘Fontonfrom’ drums throbbing louder, the trumpets blaring and the deafening sounds...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 days ago

The Fulani Republic Of Nigeria (Part 1)

The Sultan of Sokoto is the father of the Fulani people, the foremost traditional ruler in northern Nigeria and the spiritual leader of all northern Muslims.He is not just a traditional ruler but an all-powerful potentate who represents a strange and...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 days ago

The Conspiracies Of Election 2016

The aftermath of election 2016 and developments flowing from President Akufo Addo’s victory in the elections have brought to the fore the various conspiracies that were at play prior to the elections. Indeed one interesting conspiracy that was at wor...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 days ago

Zongo Development: My Kind Of Zongo

Having had a lot of exposure in some wow Zongos (Alabar, Yalwa, Bisa kan Tudu, Asawasi all of Kumasi) in my formative years, it is so gratifying to note that the Zongos now have a direct developmental lead in government. My kind of Zongos are synonym...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 days ago

Permission to Plagiarize

A lot was said about Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the fourth Republic, fifth President of Ghana when he gave his inaugural speech borrowing from former Presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton. This gave material to international news anchors and come...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 days ago

A Sign Of Incapable Or Indifferent President??

It has increasingly been clear that the looming danger in Gambia presently has the propensity of igniting political violence. The incumbent government led by his Excellency Yahya Jammeh, the man who has been a president in Gambia for 22 years has ref...