Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Blue Jeans Saga- Importers or Impostors?

On the 20th of January 2017, I was minding my own business somewhere when I received a video in a whatsapp group. The video was of a guy (Seli) at a place that looked like a drinking spot, complaining about a product he had purchased with his friend....

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

The Language Agenda

Literary DiscourseWhen "a" performs the function of "for"IntroductionThe verb "await" is interesting. It is a verb in which a morpheme reduces a preposition to redundancy. Yes in "await", the morpheme "a" makes the...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

The Horror Of Being Black And African!

To the wider world, being 'black' first identifies you as human, but further categorizes you as a "special grade" of human, fortified with great physical gallantry, but a reduced level of brain power.Well, as a black man and an African, I do not enti...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Let There Be Light!

The world we live in is real. Christians generally expect the world to be a church or to be nice or to have a Christian behaviour, but no, it does not. It is the ‘world.’ Jesus warned us that ‘we will have trouble’ in the world.The same with your bel...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Language Agenda: Request and Request for

The expressions "request" and "request for" belong to standard usage, but in different contexts. If it is a verb, "request" does not require a preposition. But when it is used as a noun, "request" demands the prepos...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

President Buhari and 2017 prophecies

Prophecies, as normal, have been released by different people on the Nigerian state and President Muhammad Buhari. These are speculations and intellectual foresights. Psychologically, some guesswork can actually manifest. But these days, the propheci...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Asantehemaa Goes Home

The Dead speaks not. The Dead sees not and the Dead hears not. When we literally smell something up in the air, we get the sense that something’s cooking. When we hear ‘Fontonfrom’ drums throbbing louder, the trumpets blaring and the deafening sounds...