Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Why we love to hate despots' wives

Marrying a despot guarantees a woman two things: An extravagant lifestyle, and a fragile reputation. In the eyes of the public, many of these wives earn their condemnation. Aside from their own shady behaviour, they stand by men who have (variously)...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Ghana still holds the answers to all our problems

It was FOREIGNERS who named it the “Gold Coast”. We ourselves didn't call our land by any single name. We called ourselves by the names bequeathed to us by our ancestors – usually based on the language or dialect we speak. Now, that's a very importa...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Who does Inusah Fuseini think he is kidding?

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Mr Inusah Fuseini, is one of the most prodigious practitioners of the art of ventriloquism in the country.   Well, maybe his former boss, ex-President John Mahama, could...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

MANASSEH’S FOLDER: A love letter to Ebony

Dear Ebony, Our wise elders once said the rat which makes its abode by the popular village path is either extremely courageous or a speedster. In the same way, it takes more than courage for a married man to openly write a love letter to another wom...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Notes From The Console; Dear Sarkodie

Sark Nation leader (Sarkodie), too often, many complain of certain attitudes of yours they describe as flippant and disrespectful. Some people have registered such displeasure, legendary Freddy Mayway has waded in the complaints, and most recently N...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

How can I request a U.S. Non-Immigrant Visa Waiver?

In this article, we consider the meaning of nonimmigrant visa (NIV) waiver, the factors the CO may consider in recommending NIV waiver, procedure for requesting a waiver, processing times for deciding a waiver, etc. What is NIV waiver? A waiver is a...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Oh Corruption! Why does thou doeth this to Ghana?

Corruption has become the beat down catchphrase on the lips of faith-based organizations, political activists, politicians, media persons, traditional leaders, civil societies groups, NGOs, civil servants and bureaucrats in Ghana since the inception...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

African Union is out of touch with reality

At its formation in 1963, it used to carry the name Organization of African Unity (OAU) but in the year 2002, the OAU gave way to African Union (AU).  Although the AU launched some few changes after the adoption of the new name, the core mission/fun...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Aligning government economic policy to SDGs

The appointment by HE the President of Ghana to co-chair the UN advocacy group for the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) is an indication of the expectation of the global community of nations that Ghana  can play a leadership role in drivin...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Of Hails and Wails: Lessons from KABA’s death

Kwesi Pratt and Hon Ken Agyapong are, so far, the only two people who have been bold enough to put a finger on what lessons need to be learned from KABA’S death. They have at different times and in different commentaries called on all who are hailin...