Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

Lost in my homeland; found in the graveyard

The hearts of men were filled with ingratitude, disloyalty, incompassionate and hatred.  My helpless body lies motionless with no sign of sympathy, empathy and compassion from people I have longed believed to be my own. The fruitful life of a native...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

Rebuilding Hungary – Ghana bilateral relations

In October 2016, the government of Hungary in an official event held in Accra reopened its diplomatic mission in Ghana after a 30-year closure. The closure of the Hungarian embassy in 1987 followed the collapse of the Soviet Union and a shift in the...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

The President needs to address the nation this week

Since hopping onto (Al Gore's) information super highway, specifically in the social media fast lane, today is the first (and I hope the only day) I've read so much uproar, disgust and depressing loss of hope in the moral fibre of the Ghanaian and t...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

Dear President, take action!

I have seen the savagery and evil in the hearts of Ghanaians. I need not see more. I could count not less than five animals wearing Wellington boots (Farmers or Galamsayers) and one more in a blue shirt with the inscription Obuasi Kristo Asafo calli...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

Strengthening state institutions, curbing impunity

I speak as the Acting Rector of GIMPA which recently commissioned a Criminal Justice Centre, with the Chief Justice-designate, Special Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and a former Justice of that court all present. I speak as a lawyer...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 3 weeks ago

The Hungry Boy: Message from the Morning Man

Here’s another one from my upcoming book, Inspiration from the Morning Man. This one is about a real person I have the privilege of knowing. Daniel was hungry. He was just a child, but his life was already tougher than most adults'.It had become cle...