Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 month ago

From the abortion bench to Yale, to Cabinet

He is so respectful and disciplined that, at 6:00 am on 31st July, 1993, on the morning that his wife’s waters broke and he was driving on top speed to the hospital to have his first child, Ken stopped at the sight of a red traffic light even though...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 month ago

Lucifer and the sleeping ‘gods’

After the diagnosis, she was told her body desired sleep. This was one of the complications that made us take her to the hospital. That evening, soon after meals, the pills were taken as instructed. As if God’s own ordained physician was also a prop...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 month ago

Statement: Walk away from diabetes

Diabetes is a serious, chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin (a hormone that regulates blood sugar, or glucose), or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces (WHO,2016).  It is one of...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 month ago

If I were a playwright

If you love plays like I do then you probably know about Shakespeare. Even if you don’t love plays but have studied literature you must know Shakespeare. Shakespeare’s legacy in literature and drama is incomparable. Born in 1564, he has survived cen...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 1 month 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...