Category : Blog

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months 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 - 9 months 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 - 9 months 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 - 9 months 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...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

MANASSEH’S FOLDER: KABA lived in a hotel

On Thursday afternoon, I went to a restaurant near Multimedia to eat. I met Asempa FM’s Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong, popularly known as Kaba, eating there. “Do you also eat here?” I asked him. “Because you have started eating here, the restauran...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

KABA, Ekosii Sen?

If death was an orchestra, we will be cheering you by now because you left when the applause was loudest. But death is death! Cruel and heartless and when you die when the applause is loudest the void you leave in the hearts and minds of your loved...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Vigilantism, politics and selfishness

It was very reassuring to hear the President's pledge to put an end to the spate of criminal vigilantism, hooliganism and lawlessness that has bedevilled the nation. He is reported to have told the National House of Chiefs at a meeting in Kumasi tha...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Note to our Christmas Borgers - 2017 Refix

Indeed 2017 went skrrrahh, pap, pap, ka-ka-ka. Skidiki-pap-pap, and a pu-pu-pudrrrr-boom. And before we knew it, Skya, du-du-ku-ku-dun-dun. Poom, poom, you know. Ah well, it is that time of the year again. We started this in 2014 and this is already...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Oh comrade Bob, did it have to come to this?

Whether he is allowed to retire honourably or not, President Robert Mugabe's image as an intelligent African leader who led a heroic struggle that defeated Ian Smith and his white racists (who had vowed never to give up power to the African majority...

Blog / Ghana Thinks - 9 months ago

Kwaku Sakyi-Addo writes: D(r)eadlock in Zimbabwe

March 25, 2008  Every now and then I watch a bit of cricket. I used to play at school.  And I was a pretty good bowler too.  Oh, you can ask! I recall one particular match between Gyamfi, (my house at Achimota School) and Livingston House. Livingsto...