MENU

Opinions
Category Archive

SEE HOW AMISSAH – ARTHUR SHOWS INGRATITUDE TO GHANAIANS IN A VIDEO.

July 30, 2018 • Featured Articles, Opinions, PoliticsComments (0)

“Over the last few weeks, I have been amazed at the number of people who have come to show us love; and I ask myself, is this Ghana? Are all these people in Ghana? Because the maligning, the lies, the treachery, the wickedness, the deliberately changing things so that you could look better than others, …

Read More

MIDLAND SAVINGS AND LOANS POLICE BRUTALITY ; WHAT SAVED THE VICTIM.

July 21, 2018 • OpinionsComments (0)

Is it not highly worrisome that the very institution established to maintain law and order would ironically turn round to break the same laws? Is it not so pathetic that the same haven created to provide protection to the citizenry in times of aggression

MORNING RITUALS – THE CONFUSED CONUNDRUM OF A LIFETIME

July 12, 2017 • OpinionsComments (0)

When I was in the primary school, because Madam Vanessa taught us that the first thing that a person does when he/she wakes up is to wash his face and clean the teeth. Hers was a buttress on that of my parents before I started school. In my family, you dare

The African

THE PROBLEM WITH THE AFRICAN (Part I)

June 19, 2017 • Opinions, SocietyComments (1)

I feel deep within me that this dwarf article can cause a stir, frown and/or even hatred between some people and myself. Apparently, I’m very democratic that I allow for dissenting views on my wall, no matter how infantile, naive and stupid that view

Kobina Ansah: this Racism Called Tribalism!

January 13, 2017 • OpinionsComments (0)

I am a Fanti. However, before I regard my tribe under any circumstance, I first of all know that I’m a Ghanaian. And… even before I regard myself as Ghanaian, I regard myself first of all as human. In other words, regardless of where we all geographically

IMANI: merge New Ministries To Save Cost

January 13, 2017 • Opinions, PoliticsComments (0)

IMANI Centre for Policy and Education has expressed some reservations over the number of ministries created by the new government and called for a merger of the new portfolios with the existing ministries to save cost. Mr Franklin Cudjoe, the President of the

www.vexaplusnews.com

Who benefited from our first coup d’etat 50 years ago?

February 3, 2016 • Editor's Choice, OpinionsComments (0)

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

www.vexaplusnews.com

Mahama has been a waste of time and resources

February 3, 2016 • Opinions, PoliticsComments (0)

Everything being equal, President John Dramani Mahama will mount the podium in Parliament House in Accra, amid pomp and peagantry in the next week or two, to deliver what has come to be known as the State of the Nation Address. In more cases than one, the

David Adjaye’s

August 11, 2014 • OpinionsComments (0)

African architecture inspiration By Laura Thomas Producer, Dream Builders Ahead of a new series of Dream Builders, architect David Adjaye talks to the BBC World Service about his latest projects and African inspiration. Shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize

VexaPlus Technologies ...building Persistent Innovative IT systems..!Visit Us