Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

How to minimize meeting challenges

It’s unfortunate but true: The further you progress in your career, the more meetings you go to. While some are productive, many are disorganized, inefficient, and distracting. It’s also hard to check off your other work tasks when you’re constantly...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

On what grounds can my DV visa be refused?

DV visa refusals are commonly based on three main grounds. Bases on the underlying reasons, your visa could be refused under any of the following: INA 212(a)(5)(A) INA 212(a)(6)(C) INA 221(g) What is a refusal under INA 212(a)(5)(A)? This provision...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

I will not blame EPA; I will blame myself

So I have decided not to comment on who caused the fire at Atomic Junction. It is not because I don’t know who caused it, but because I don’t want the EPA to know I am thinking that they are the ones who caused the fire. And honestly, I don’t believ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

The avoidable tsunami of tragedies in Ghana

`We know accidents happen all the time. Human life, from birth to death, is intertwined with accidents of all proportions. Many of these mishaps are unavoidable, or difficult to detect and prevent. For instance, at the time of composing this write-u...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

My Mouth Is On “The Bola”

My Mouth Is On The ‘Bola’ Dear Our President, Today my mouth is on the ‘Bola’. Surely you must know ‘Bola’? Rubbish, rubbish tip, incinerator, where all things useless are thrown.  That is what we call it where we come from. When I was a child, I...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks ago

Ever Decreasing Circles

In the run up to the presentation of his second budget to Parliament in November, the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has been meeting with various captains of industry. The first flush of his Asempa budget, delivered in March 2017, is well beh...