Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 2 weeks 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 - 2 weeks 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 - 2 weeks 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 - 2 weeks 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 - 3 weeks 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...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

A Right to Information Act could have saved KABA

Today is an unusual writing day for me; I think I have had an encounter with a rare Angel, beautiful, elegant, and full of life, and her presence delayed my day, leaving me with only two hours of writing time – not enough time to produce my best. KA...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

The scam

This is a story I never thought I would be telling. You see, I pride myself in being that hard and woke Kumasi chic but this one hit me before I could say Jack. How do I even begin because it still doesn't make any type of sense?  Anyway, on the 4th...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

Why every business needs a good accountant

As a business owner, you may thrive best in a DIY environment, however, the more you try to accomplish all by yourself, the higher your risk of failure. When it comes to keeping your company profitable, accounting is one of the most important factor...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

After the Mugabes, which African dynasties remain?

With Robert Mugabe's hopes of handing power to his wife in Zimbabwe over, which political dynasties are still going strong elsewhere in Africa? Since the 1990s, multi-party elections and peaceful transfers of power have become far more common on the...