Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

How Ghana's politics threatens peace, stability

In advanced democracies, a change in government simply means a different idea for pursuing a similar objective of making life better for all. It is about a different view on how to get to where the whole nation wants to go. This is why there's littl...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

The siren privilege; a privilege for all motorists?

Background It is about 7 o’clock ante meridiem, the early stages of morning rush hour, and motorists are greeted by heavy gridlock on the Liberation Road. As traffic moves slowly and steadily, rear view mirrors catch the image of an approaching blac...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Confessions of a ‘Witch’

That night, the weather was foggy and frosty. There had been a heavy downpour late that evening. The silence of the moonless night was breached by the chirping of the crickets and the croaking of the toads. In this village lived Old Nmaa. Old Nmaa h...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Why should we hire you? Know exactly what to say

According to statistics, about 48 percent of youth in the country are unemployed. The African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) has indicated that the greatest challenge facing Ghana is rising youth unemployment. Chief Economist at ACET, Dr...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 week ago

Memoir of a Fishmonger’s son

Back in the early 1990s in Tema New Town, in the thralls of deep-seated poverty and illiteracy, just two months before the start of the World Cup in Italy, I sustained a serious wound to my left eye while surfing with a wooden board at a local beach...