Road Traffic Accident: The Real Pandemic in Ghana
Imagine you are driving on a highway in Ghana. You are enjoying the scenery and the breeze. You are listening to your favourite music and chatting with your friends. You are looking forward to reaching your destination and having a good time. Suddenly, you hear a loud bang.
Culture Clash: Westernization in Ghana - A Source of Cultural Enrichment or Erosion?
Ghana, like many nations around the world, is grappling with the influence of Westernization on its rich cultural heritage. While some argue that Westernization brings cultural enrichment and positive progress, others contend that it erodes Ghanaian traditions and values. Today, we delve into this controversial topic, exploring the complex dynamics between Westernization and Ghanaian culture.
Ghanaian Students Cry for help for cost of living in the country
Ghanaian students protesting against the high cost of living in the country. The students are demanding that the government take steps to reduce the cost of food, transportation, and other essential goods and services. The cost of living in Ghana has been rising steadily in recent years, and this has put a strain on many households.
Ghana's Mental Marvels: How Ghanaians Outmatch the World's Fastest Computers in Cognitive Agility
In a groundbreaking revelation, Ghana's remarkable cognitive abilities have emerged as a force to be reckoned with, outmatching the world's fastest computers in terms of cognitive agility. This unexpected development has ignited a spirited debate among scientists, technologists, and enthusiasts worldwide. Ghanaian individuals, renowned for their lightning-fast thinking and unparalleled problem-solving skills, have defied conventional wisdom by consistently outperforming even the most advanced supercomputers in complex cognitive tasks.
Ghana's Remarkable Life Expectancy Shatters Global Norms
Today, we delve into the fascinating realm of Ghana's exceptional life expectancy, surpassing global standards and defying expectations. From a combination of cultural practices and robust healthcare systems to an emphasis on healthy living, Ghana stands out as a shining example of a nation that values and prioritizes longevity.
Ghana's Economy is doomed with the current political system - Dr Sam Ankrah
A renowned Ghana economist and Independent Presidential Aspirant Dr. Sam Ankrah has called Ghanaians not to relent on their quest to change the style of politics being played in the country and concentrate on personal and national growth. At a student Inclab conference at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology themed “Fourth Revolution Leadership, the financial expert said, if Ghanaians are waiting for the government to solve the over 60-year-old economic problem, the country will continue to retard in progress for another 60 years without a solution.
NPP About to Sign Death Warrant 2024 with Bawumia Candidature
The joy relating to Ghana’s successful completion of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) loan is simply a façade. There’s nothing joyous about the occasion. Indeed, it may rub-off Ghanaians positively in the mid-future but certainly not immediately. Even the prospect of a long-haul benefit is highly contentious.
Let’s Watch Who is Mongering the Coup
Violent overthrow of legitimate governments had been obliterated from our political dictionary even long before we attempted the experiment with the current dispensation. No matter how brutish Rawlings’ Provisional National Defence Council (PNDC) had become in the early 80’s to the 90’s, most Ghanaians thought it was unwise to overthrow the de-facto president through the means he imposed himself on us.
NPP 2024: How Desperate Can Bawumia’s Camp Be?
The Vice President just confirmed this week that he is also in the reckoning for the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) presidential nomination. Although his followers are calculating reasoning to convince many that perhaps, Bawumia’s late entry is as a result of prodding by party faithful, and not by his own wish, such vibes have long been consigned to the political bin of Machiavellianism.
Financial Freedom at Your Fingertips: Ghanaian Fintech Startups Redefining Banking and Payments
In an era marked by rapid technological advancements, Ghana's fintech startup ecosystem is revolutionizing the way people bank and make payments. These innovative companies are leveraging cutting-edge technology to create user-friendly, accessible, and secure financial solutions, bringing financial freedom to the fingertips of Ghanaians.
Celebrating Ghana's Intellectual Brilliance
Today, we embark on a journey to unravel the fascinating phenomenon of Ghana's intellectual brilliance and celebrate the remarkable contributions of Ghanaians to various fields of knowledge. From science and arts to technology and entrepreneurship, Ghana's intellectual prowess has left an indelible mark on the global stage.
Celebrating Mother's Day in Ghana: Honoring Maternal Love and Sacrifice.
Mother's Day is a significant occasion celebrated worldwide to express gratitude and appreciation for the selfless love, care, and sacrifices of mothers. In Ghana, Mother's Day holds a special place in the hearts of Ghanaians who use this occasion to honor and celebrate the remarkable women who have shaped their lives.
Tech Disruption: How Ghana's Startups Are Challenging Global Giants
In the realm of technology, size doesn't always dictate success. Ghana, a country known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and vibrant people, is emerging as an unlikely contender in the global tech arena. Over the past decade, a wave of innovative startups has been quietly reshaping the country's tech landscape and challenging the dominance of global giants.
Understand the risk factor and appropriate measures of the Marburg virus
Marburg Virus: What You Need to Know about this Deadly Pathogen Marburg virus is a highly infectious virus that has caused several outbreaks of severe hemorrhagic fever in Africa since it was first identified in 1967. The virus belongs to the same family as the Ebola virus, and both can cause similar symptoms, including fever, headache, muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea, and bleeding from various parts of the body.
Unveiling the Real Music: Strongman's Message to Ghanaians - It's Not Just About Hit Songs
There is a common perception that my struggle to produce hit songs is hindering my ability to break into the international music market. However, it is essential to understand that success in the music industry encompasses more than just chart-topping hits. In this article, I aim to shed light on the broader definition of musical success, debunking the notion that hit songs are the sole measure of an artist's achievements.
Alex Apau Dadey, KGL SWEEP Group CEO for Conglomerate Business & Diaspora Business of the Year 2023
Executive Chairman of the KGL Group, and Board Chairman of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Mr. Alex Apau Dadey picked up two awards, The Group CEO of the Year for Conglomerate Business and the Diaspora Business of the Year at the 7th CEO Summit held at Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City in Accra on the 22nd May 2023.
Cooperate with me to build a better Ghana – Mahama pleads
Flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has called on members of his party to cooperate and desist from internal wranglings in a bid to return to power. Mr. Mahama’s comment follows his victory in the just ended Presidential Primaries held across the country on Saturday, May 13, 2023 where he secured 98.9% of votes.
Ghanaians are equal as you Manasseh Azure said to Government
Our country Democracy today is a system of government, a system of life, democracy is for, about and with people, they added. This means that democracies are governed with the help of the people In a democratic government, many people will always express their opinion.
Is it too far-fetched to think about building a National Cathedral in this economic climate?
When you look at the state of the economy, it's easy to understand why some people might think that building a National Cathedral is a priority that is far-fetched. But it's important to remember that the National Cathedral will not only be a place of worship, but it will also be a symbol of unity for all Ghanaians.
Don't Waste Your Time Over Me - Efia Odo
Efia Odo is not yet ready to listen, so those who thought taking up her cause would convince her to stop flashing too much skin may be better off waiting. The attractive and outspoken actress thinks it's past time Ghanaians quit wasting their time telling her what to wear and started letting her live her life.