Category : Ghana Thinks

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Ibori: Corruption With Tribal Marks

Whenever I hear those who ought to know say that Nigeria’s main problem is ethnicity, I often begin to develop cold feet. They seem to argue that if not for ethnicity (a colonial construct), the country would have move ahead. While this I may agree t...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Ghana: The Rising Sleeping Giant

Democracy a concept conceived by ancient scholars holds it foundational principles in the believe that power belongs to the people, and that authority which is legitimized power is naturally inherent attribute of the people. The story of Africa as fa...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Christmas, One Of Heavens Love Languages …!

It’s Christmas, when the never lacking symbolic Christmas tree promptly reminds us of the tree of life that stood in the midst of God’s blissful garden; the tree that promises us all that: ‘eternal life is attainable and desirable after all’It’s Chri...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Arthur Kennedy Writes: Presidential Transitions

Peaceful presidential transitions are difficult to execute, particularly when they involve a defeated incumbent.As usual, the Americans have the most documentation of transitions. While, for the most part, they have gone well, there have been memorab...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Terror In Europe: Worries And Fears

For over five years I have been living in Europe, and I have never at any time been as worried as I am right now for humankind. I have never had any reason to be more apprehensive or more disturbed about the future than I am today, at this very momen...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Change Is Here: Little Things That Matter

Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes which see reality” Nikos Kazantzakis AN ALL – INCLUSIVE GOVERNMENT? That should ordinarily be a brilliant idea–we are all Ghanaians. To err is human, so people who deliberately smeared Nana Addo...