Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

2017: A Year Of Victory

The Writer This is your year victory! Now, you will pass over to that side of victory. Your victory has come. This is marking the end of you weeping, gnashing of teeth, agonizi...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

January 19: Gambia Awaits the Will of Allah?

Anxiety prevails in the Gambia as the people await what becomes of their country come January 19. Will this country tow the path of peace or anarchy? Will Gambians a new president? Will the incumbent remain in power? On this day of destiny, current p...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

The Marred Yuletide

This year's Yuletide should have been one of the best in recent times. Reason: Nana Akufo-Addo has won an election with an unprecedented margin in recent times. The result of the development has been a countrywide feel-good syndrome among citizens, m...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Resolutions

It's that time of the year again, and some have no idea the sort of achievement they want to have by 31st January 2017. Some have already laid out their plans whereas others are still waiting for 31st December 2016 at 11:59pm to recite what they want...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

I Was Kidding: You Were At Liberty To Vote Mahama

A few weeks leading to the just ended general election (2016), I got a hint through a confidant about the malicious vineyard news which was spiralling in my neighbourhood in Kumasi.My friend confided in me that some voters were being asked to vote fo...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Every Constructive Development Plan Is Challenging

Contrary to what former Trade and Industry Minister Dr. Kofi Konadu Apraku would have us believe, Akufo-Addo’s proposed “One District, One Factory” development policy agenda is not that difficult to implement at all (See “ ‘One District, One Factory’...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

The La Gas Explosion Is A Land Use Planning Issue

The recent gas explosion at Labadi that resulted in the deaths of about 11 innocent people and over 40 victims who are still receiving treatment at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital and the 37 Military Hospital is a land use planning issue. Land use pla...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

War Is An Option To End Jammeh Brutality In Gambia

Total fear and hopelessness grips most people by the thought of war as way of forcing Yaya Jammeh out of power. With $300 million estimated cost of war to unseat Jammeh, what pride does he enjoy from that? Does this war monger really care about Gambi...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Arthur Kennedy Writes: Africa's Youth

They cross the daunting Sahara and the treacherous Mediterranean on foot and in rickety boats,respectively, in search of greener pastures. And too many end up in unmarked graves-- in the Sahara and the Mediterranean. They serve as soldiers in the arm...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Southern Kaduna: Hit Back Or Die! (Part 2)

Yet despite the desperate attempt to supress the facts and keep these tragic events out of public glare, the anger of the people continues to boil and their rage is mounting. Chief Kataps Ngwii of the Christian Information Network wrote the following...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 6 months ago

Southern Kaduna: Hit Back Or Die! (Part 1)

"Buhari is the last standing samurai of the oligarchy with the boldness to implement the Fulani agenda. He is doing it as fast as possible. The regime of Buhari is on a conquest mission. It is not hiding its intention because it believes that our str...