A tro-tro vehicle
Everyone knows I love trotros. They bring me too much joy. It also means I am a veteran when it comes to trotros and their seating. The best seats in the trotro are window seats. Not only do you not have to move until you get to your destination, you
Dr. Arthur Kobina Kennedy
By the grace of God, I have been a physician for about three decades. During this time, I have seen quite a bit. Sometimes, physicians and patients just talk past each other with hilarious effects. There was the female patient who responded “No” to “Are you sexually active?” from a Doctor
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was sworn in as President of the Republic of Ghana today.
INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY, NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO, ON THE OCCASION OF HIS SWEARING IN AS PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC, AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE GHANA ARMED FORCES.  Mr Speaker, The Ghanaian people give thanks to Almighty God for the blessings, favour and grace He continues to bestow on them.
Alvaro and kulikuli
I don’t know what you might be doing now, but I am relaxing in a small corner of my room, reading through manifestos of the two major political parties in Ghana, while sipping Alvaro with “Kulikuli”. Should you need a reminder of which parties I am talking about, then I
POEM
The Writer, Kwame Agyemang Berko You have tried And you have cried. All for our sakes But for these illiterate mistakes? That which we continue to cry? Not knowing why we must continue to try? Mother, Ghana has betrayed you And still make nonsense of your toils like we make
The Writer, Abigail Larbi, is the Programme Manager, Media Development & Democracy at the Media Foundation for West Africa
As a country, we pride ourselves in having successfully gone through six competitive presidential and parliamentary elections without violence. What is evident, however, is that these elections have always been associated with potential election crises, which have had to be managed in order to avoid full-blown election-related conflicts. As Ghana
brochure
  The comedy of errors that littered Ghana’s 59th Indece Celebration has brought us an international backlash and shame. The errors were simply one too many to be ignored. Indeed, Ghana is trending globally for all the wrong reasons. The harder I try not to comment, the closer I get
Former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice Martin Amidu
MEMORANDUM TO THE PARLIAMENT OF GHANA FROM: MARTIN A. B. K. AMIDU, EX- ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AND EX-MINISTER FOR THE INTERIOR TO: THE RT. HON. SPEAKER OF THE PARLIAMENT OF GHANA INFO: THE CHAIRMAN OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON DEFENCE AND INTERIOR OF PARLIAMENT DATE: 29TH FEBRUARY 2016 SUBJECT: INTERCEPTION OF POSTAL
Helen and Sergio at their wedding party in Glasgow in 1994. Photograph: Courtesy Helen FitzGerald/The Guardian
I’m in Sydney, visiting my ex-boyfriend James. James knows everybody, and he knows all the good places to go. We’re walking along the Manly promenade, looking out at the ocean. Sergio walks ahead with James’s new girlfriend, talking animatedly about peanut butter, because her job is peanut butter-related and Sergio
Stan Dogbe
Two senior reporters of the state-owned Daily Graphic newspaper, Kwame Asare Boadu and Moses Dotse Aklorbotu, have clashed over alleged maltreatment of journalists at the Presidency. There have been several reports of ill-treatment of the Presidential Press corps under President John Mahama. The recent ones include the circumstances surrounding the rented