Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Greed Drives Locally Made Goods More Expensive

Dangote recently announced that he was going into rice production while promising to flood the market and bring prices down. Well, it is true that most promises made by businessmen in Nigeria in particular have not been fulfilled. Critics pointed .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Leave Leefey Alone!

Leefey describes a variety of items that is presented to one 39;s prospective wife before marriage. The items include cloths, veils, bags, footwears, panties, bras among others. The leefey is not a statutory requirement for marriage in Islam but bri...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

 From My Sentry Post; Okada Has Come To Stay

The current debate surrounding the legalization of commercial operations of motorbike riders (okada), is a non-starter in the eyes of those who can think far. Time and resources should not have been expended on this write-up, if those calling for .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Anger In The Military (2)

Furthermore, several pieces of evidence abound to support the assertion that Commodore Moses Beick-Baffour is incongruous for the position of Chief of Staff in the Ghana Armed Forces owing to the ethnocentric and politically biased promotions and .....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Weep For Ghana! (II)

I do not want to be seen as a blithe doomsayer, or a gleeful grumbling geezer. But whatever the case, I will continue to squall and censure individuals over the apparent menace, because as it stands at the moment, and no serious attempts to curb the...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Anokwa, Moma Yenka, Ghanafoo Ye Selfish!

I vividly remember the days, way back in the 70s, when the government introduced new Neoplan and Willowbrook buses to revamp our virtually collapsed public transport system - the intra-city in particular. Like many similar interventions before ...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Reassuring Words Before The Deluges

The downpour in Accra yesterday was for the uninitiated into weather matters, unexpected. It exposed for the umpteenth time the vulnerability of the nation's capital to heavy downpours.Although it did not last two hours, its effects were as damaging...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 10 months ago

Mob Justice, A Pain In The Neck Of The Rule Of Law

A few days ago, the Ghana Police Service issued a cautioning statement through its Director of Public Affairs Superintendent Cephas Arthur to individuals and groups who take the law into their own hands by acting as accusers, jury and judge and punis...