As many people were at Kwahu celebrating the Easter festivity in diverse ways, members of the Grace Community International Ministry who were having their Easter Convention at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region were awed by something that many people might think is a Photoshop of an angelic visitation. Well, on a WhatSapp platform of …
I never met my father. Therefore, my image of fathers has always been idealized. With increasing Westernization, there is more divorce in our society. The disruptions in families, among Akans, has been exacerbated by our matrilineal systems of inheritance.
My readers will notice right away that I have altered the title of the second part of my three-part series on the 50th anniversary of our first and successful coup in this country in 1966. They should not take it amiss because it is important to convey to my
Why we yawn Yawning has puzzled scientists for more than two millennia. But could a new theory settle the question once and for all? David Robson investigates. Mid-conversation with Robert Provine, I have a compelling urge, rising from deep inside my body.
Worldwide, agriculture contributes between 14 and 30 percent of human-caused greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions because of its heavy land, water, and energy use—that’s more than every car, train, and plane in the global transportation sector. Livestock
After waiting for a while without receiving any reply to his petition against his detention to the President and the Government, Dr Danquah wrote another letter on 8th January, 1965, entitled “Demand for immediate release and opportunity for offer of
COMMEMORATION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF DR. J. B. DANQUAH Wednesday, February 4, 2015, marks 50 years of the passing of Dr. Joseph Boakye Danquah, the father of Ghana’s independence movement, who died tragically in detention, without trial, at
His Excellency, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, P.C., LL.D., etc., President of the Republic of Ghana, Flagstaff House, Accra. Dear Dr. Nkrumah, I am tired of being in prison on preventive detention with no opportunity to make an original or any contribution to
…a press release by UNITED FOR CHANGE MOVEMENT The fact is irrefutable that Ghana’s fledgling democracy will be put to another strenuous test in 2016 when the masses queue up to determine who their next leader should be. Of critical concern to
The Concerned Ghanaians in Germany (CGG) demonstrated on the 20th of January 2015 in Berlin during the two days official visit of John Mahama and some ministers of state together with other Ndc officials. The visit was to secure loans from the German