The Koko Seller Won’t Turn Up – By Selikem Tenu Kweku Geni

Yesterday it was my very good friend Dela who was in consolable because the Hausa koko seller did not come to work. Today I’m beyond being inconsolable for Hajjia has failed to turn… Continue reading

I Am For Peace – Does A Mosquito Get Drunk? – By Edmund Akoto Danso

My brothers and sisters, the general election of Ghana is approaching and I’m still for peace. I really need it more than anyone else – I need it to see my beloved team… Continue reading

I Want to Marry a Comfort Ocran! – Manasseh Azure Awuni

The Italian Premier, Silvio Berlusconi, never misses an opportunity to stir controversy. In the opinion of his critics, controlling the restless devil between his thighs is more difficult than singlehandedly carrying a man… Continue reading

Excerpt From Kofi Annan’s New Book; Interventions: A Life In War and Peace

  Book Description Receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2001, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan spoke to a world still reeling from the terrorist attacks of September 11. “Ladies and Gentlemen,” proclaimed… Continue reading

Anger Management (Islamic Take) – By Abdul Razak

As humans we all have our off moments/days when good old animal instincts takes the best part of us. My discussion here will specifically use the Islamic model of bad temper management  and… Continue reading

A Margin Of Human Error – By Seth Dogbey

The football match between England and Ukraine at the just ended Euro 2012 has fashioned yet another striking event that has finally modified the face of world football. That is, the introduction of… Continue reading

Savannah View: Alban Bagbin and the Axim Dancers – By Manasseh Azure Awuni

The chiefs and people of Axim and the Nzema area have not yet forgiven President JEA Mills and his National Democratic Congress (NDC) government. And they have always not hidden it. The genesis?… Continue reading

Musings of an ordinary Ghanaian NOT paid to have any particular point of view – By Kwabena Kusi-Mensah

Every nation has a destiny; a part in history that it must play in bringing the divine plan of God for humanity to pass. Ghana is a great country. God made us so.… Continue reading

My Living Legends: Celebrating Manasseh Azure Awuni – By Kofi Yeboah

Today, I am celebrating the life of a great journalist who does not mind invading a brothel or laying ambush in a stranger’s house just to get his story. Please read and share… Continue reading

Letter to My Future Wife: Why Househelps Snatch Husbands – By Manasseh Azure Awuni

Mrs Clara Oforiwaa Appau could not just imagine what attracted her husband to the poor house help. But the more she thought about it, the more she got confused. And the fact that… Continue reading