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Ghana’s DQL Exposes Gov’t “Commitment” to Digitization: Ranked 79% Scantily

It's time for Ghana to rekindle its digital spirit and surge ahead. In an age where the world is increasingly becoming interconnected through technology, Digital Quality of Life (DQL) is emerging as a critical benchmark

Elizabeth Ohene writes: Where should I hide my money

Once upon a time when I lived in an apartment in Hendon, North London, a policeman appeared at my backdoor one early morning as I was going through my morning routine to go to work.

Abena Osei Asare Writes: I Find It Necessary To Address Alan’s Resignation

I find it necessary to address the recent decision of Hon Alan Kyerematen to leave the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and run as an independent candidate in 2024. First and foremost, while I enjoy both

Bankye Ampesi Reduces Risk Of Colon Cancer

During my court attachment at the Cape Coast High Court, I noticed bankye ampesi was sold at some places close to the court. In the Gambia as well, cassava is part of their daily diet.

Nana Akomea Writes: Let’s Rethink About The Observance Of Some Of Our Holidays

As a nation, we need to rethink the observance of some of our holidays. As much as practicable, our holidays should be observed on days, instead of dates. This will allow us to fix applicable

Cecilia Dapaah’s Corruption Scandal: A Comparative to Financial Terrorism

Corruption and financial terrorism are both serious crimes. Many are wondering if Cecilia Dapaah’s Corruption allegations could be a result of financial terrorism [business profits and charitable organizations or trafficking in weapons, drugs or people,

The rundown of showdown before sundown

The internal political atmosphere in the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) is charging gradually following the August flag bearership contest, and the impending November 4th contest that is promising to go down in history as

The Wake-Keeping Secrets

The young woman, who was in her early thirties, was dressed in traditional mourning attire. She signaled for the taxi cab in which I was sitting to come to a halt. The car stopped on

Prof. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng: An Open Letter To Anybody Who Wants To Be Ghana’s President In January 2025

Ghana has not done as well as it should have done since President Kwame Nkrumah was unconstitutionally ousted from office through a military coup by the National Liberation Council on February 24, 1966. Ghana has

Ken Ofori-Atta Writes: Citizens – Standing Strong With The Bank Of Ghana

There is an anonymous quote that says “banks are to the economy what the heart is to the human body. They cycle necessary capital through the whole and they are barely noticed until pressure, necessity,