Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

LIGHT AND DYNAMITE: How fish safety is compromised

The story is told of the chief fisherman of Bortiano landing beach who was assaulted by other fishermen in Accra one weekend in May. Together with other fishermen, Nii Adama Tettey II, had attended a meeting called by the Minister of Fisheries and A...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Rev Gyakari Writes: True liberty

Every prisoner wants freedom I believe. But how free can you be as a person? How do I break free from the things that rule my life? Is there anywhere too comforting enough to relieve me of my fears and addiction? Well, there is one who permitted the...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Carl Eli Pomeyie…a father at home and at work

He dons an unassuming personality but draw closer to him and you will immediately unravel a man full of discipline, life and energy. Around Tigo’s flagship Barnes Road office, the ever-serious looking Carl Eli Pomeyie, whom you least expect to ooze...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

The diverse manifestations of mob brutality

EC Chairperson Charlotte Osei, President Akufo-Addo, late Maj. Maxwell Mahama Mob justice/injustice/instant justice is ingrained and, somehow, institutionalized in our body politic. Virulent and visceral attacks on people who have committed crimes or...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Social media was fun till Jesus Christ joined

Humanity, since Adam, has been faced with a lot of threats. From the moment man ceased to live in the Garden of Eden to the days of the Great Flood during Noah's time to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah and many others, man has had no peace. Le...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 7 months ago

Complicated relationship with a father I never met

I have a complicated relationship with this day because I never met my father. When I was a teenager,  I tried to find him but my mother was so upset that I gave up. I wish I had persevered. Despite the absence of my father, many have stepped in to...