The typical Ghanaian has earned the philosophy of faineance. Our indolent proclivities are a palpable quantity. As one quote I came across reads, “In a society where average is exalted; genius is usually questioned and disdained.” To such punch of wisdom, I may surmise that the status quo cannot remain for a country serious about meaningful and radical development.
We are well-trained in a country like Ghana. Most families instil cherished morals in their children from a very young age. And someone like Mr. Darkwah would be no exception. On this sound premise, it is rather unfortunate the turn of events in the last few days. Tragically, a case like this threatens to ruin a reputation that has taken years to forge in the searing anvil of life.
It is appropriate to plead using this medium that we do not become a jury when the case is yet to be decided. The firm presumption has to be that he is innocent until proven guilty. After all, a charge is not the same as a sentence.
Abreshia, WR, Nov. 19, GNA – It is a known accolade that water and for that matter potable water is life. Water, be it fresh or purified arguably is even more sustaining in times of crises than food.
Wa, Nov. 10, GNA – It is a painful but compulsory dance that is without melody and rhythm. It is a free-style dance that does not need any special skill or rehearsal to perform.
A feature article for by S. Y. Namouz for allghananews.com
I believe a time will come when we would look back and judge for ourselves. But really, we do not have a yardstick to measure who has outperformed whom. These people, politicians or is it politicos just come and go like the seasons and we the people of Ghana, we’re just there whiles they play soccer with our lives. NPP, NDC, PPP, CPP, or even DDT they are all the same in different shades of colours.
….Why are almost all of them POLITICIANS?
Because most of them are highly corrupt, have access to all deals and contracts and allocate most of these contracts to companies they have formed flouting the countries conflict of interest laws.
Below is a prime example of how politicians are FLEECING GHANA AND GHANAIANS. We need to pass strong laws to stop this ABUSE OF POWER AND PUBLIC TRUST. Kennedy Agyepong Rants And Calls EOCO’s Bluff
Sometimes, I find it difficult to believe the utterances made by some public officials, particularly when such statements are good only as a demonstration of frustration or uselessness. I have all along been tempted to disregard statements coming from government functionaries, especially those that shift blame for their own inadequacies.
A Feature Article by S. Y. Namouz for allghananews.com
Ghana’s political scene presents a mixture of events, trends and prospects that are of gargantuan interest worthy of note. Ghana’s politics, one may say has come of age or at least has left behind it the dark period when chaos and the power of the gun ruled. Now it is the power of the thumb that rules, such is the beauty of democracy.
The National Accreditation Board, according to its website, is the regulatory agency of the Ministry of Education that ensures the country’s tertiary education system continues to be responsive to a fast changing world and to make its graduates progressively competitive in the world of work. While the mission of this agency is very relevant and honorable, I am afraid the agency is trapped in bureaucratic gate-keeping rather than being “responsive to a fast changing world.”
Elders and family members of the Nii Odai Ntow family, which is claiming ownership of the Kwabenya lands, say certain “faceless” officials in Government and the NDC party are behind attempts rob them of their rightful inheritance.