Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Time To Consolidate Ghana's Democracy?

..Victor D'hondt was Belgian mathematician, jurist, lawyer, and political science professor (20th November 1841 - 30th may 1901) who devised a curious procedure, the D'hondt method in year 1878, allocating seats to candidates in party-list of proport...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

THE GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT PART IV

I CORINTHIANS 12:10-11And to another the effecting of miracles, and to another prophecy, and to another the distinguishing of spirits, to another various kinds of tongues, and to another interpretation of tongues. B...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

ONE MINISTER ONE QUESTION

(By Marricke Kofi Gane)So, we have a vetting process going for the Designate Ministers. Some have been interesting and some have been downright either shameful, lacklustre or as some of my friends will say, SLOW.For...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Europeans Are 'Cherry-pickers!'

..as British dad-of-two, Robert Paling, 37, from Hull has been told 'to go to where he came from' after industrial brain injury has left him with polish accent in rare foreign accent syndrome..Earlier on, l tangled with myself whether caption 'cherry...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Paying Them Back In Their Own Coin

“The winner takes it all. The loser standing small beside the victor. It's simple and it's plain. Why should I complain?” – ABBASuddenly we have got some chiefs, men of God, Peace Council members and a cross section of the good people of Ghana speaki...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Finally, There Was Peace In The Gambia

While many, including me, were expecting a bloodbath in The Gambia as the deadline set by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) expired for ex-President Yahya Jammeh to vacate office for the duly elected President, Adama Barrow. I ke...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

The Police Must Work Again

The new Inspector General of Police (IGP) David Asante-Apeatu is assuming responsibility of this foremost internal security organization as the new Chief Constable at a time when morale of most personnel is low and confidence of Ghanaians in it at it...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

When Politicians Refuse To Think: The Ghanaian Case

INDIA is spending spend 525 million dollars to build the world's tallest statue. Yes, half a billion dollars for just a statue in a country where millions of people barely survive on a dollar daily. This has caused public anger over such acts of prof...