Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Ei, they've taken galamsey to the Volta River too?

A report in the Daily Graphic of 8 December 2017 reads: “The police in the Upper West Region [of Northern Ghana]have destroyed three chanfan machines and accessories used for illegal mining [galamsey] along the banks of the Black Volta in the Lawra...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

The real reason why Teen Parenting is so scary

Talk to the average teen parent around and they are already anxious about parenting at the teenage stage. The big question is; Why?Well, there are genuine reasons to be anxious for example;  i. Overnight your beautiful, little adorable children no l...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Humour: Relationship Manager

Have you tried greeting or waving at somebody in public and the person turns away and in an attempt to pretend that’s not what you really wanted to do, you rub your hand, especially the right hand over your head? If you think that one is embarrassin...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Ebony Reigns is a saint!

The scanty dressing of dancehall artist,  Ebony Reigns, is now a subject of national debate, attracting views of both industry players and those outside the entertainment circles.  Manasseh Azure, Celestine Donkor and Kojo Antwi are few examples of...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

What Spio must do

1. Tone down Spio has knowledge and substance but he must work hard on how he presents his case. Sometimes he comes off as too aggressive, high pitched, fast paced and combative. He needs a rhetorical strategists to help in voice modulation, pitch a...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Slaves: Hazard, Ahoy!

Hard times hit with a loud bam, Harried folks, not unlike a flotsam, Swarm old Britannia’s grey shores Other kinsfolk, scores upon scores, Dark, rough-hewn, bid for Europe They wager princely sums of the Euro All in hopes of an El Dorado berth...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Major delays in stipend payment

PhD scholars from Ghana studying on a joint agreement between the government of Ghana and DAAD, Germany face serious problems in their stay in Germany if they don’t get access to their stipend from the Ghana government. A colleague lamented: “I can’...