Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

The corrupt cannot fight corruption!

We can always hope for the best, but the reality is inevitable and we live with the reality not hopes. Making hopeful pronouncements in beautiful speeches is good but you shall be judged by the reality and not by your tantalizing hopeful pronounceme...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Dangerous ride to give birth

Emergency! She is in labor! We spot her on a motorbike sandwiched between her husband and sister on the Salaga road, heading to Kpandai in the Northern region. She is wincing in great pain as her husband looks confused by his inability to save her f...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Gilbert Agyare has a story

ANDRE WAS exasperated. But yet still, he was attentive enough to notice. And that was crucial.  It was a Monday afternoon, and the sun’s burning heat loomed with fury. We were in the middle of MensahSarbah Hall, right in front of the water fountain...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

The corrupt African Military, the case of Zimbabwe

If it is possible in the 21st century to serve notice of  military coup 24 clear hours and actually come back to execute it, without firing a single bullet or encountering any mass protest, it only goes to show the strength of the regime in power, b...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Saint Sandongͻ the Shadow of Chairman J.J.

The political heat was at its peak. The presidential candidates were making their last campaign tours.  On that particular evening, the villagers of Vuga were waiting in anticipation of the coming of one of the political parties. The atmosphere was...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Ghanaian youth to advocate humane drug policy

Until recently, the West Africa region has been perceived as only a transit zone of drugs from Latin America to European Countries Markets. This general perception started changing since June 2014 with the release of WACD flagship reports titled ‘’N...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Rev Kisseadoo writes: Seek to become a peacemaker

Rev. Dr. Samuel Kisseadoo We do not hear so much of “Peacemaking”, but we often hear about “Peace Talks”. The truth is that talk is cheap; so you must go beyond words to become a peacemaker. You can’t simply “talk peace” into operation in the lives o...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 5 months ago

Humour: ‘I Love HIV’

The things you don’t love and are afraid of are the things I love oo. Eg, I know you don’t like malaria but I like it because it gives me a fine opportunity to go on sick leave to sleep. Hahaaaai! Today is World AIDS Day, no be so, Editor 1? What is...