Our part of the world has made it permissible for a person to be easily seen as a sympathizer of a political party especially when the views of such person are constructively contrary to the incumbent party. I wish to state unequivocally that I do not write as a stalwart of any political party neither … Continue reading WHEN THE WINNERS SEEM TO FORGET: THE COMMENT OF NAPAGA TIA SULEMANA
It has been said time without number that those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. One significant factor that led to the unexpected termination of the Mahama - led administration was the serious issue of corruption of which he failed to address amicably. Ghanaians registered their displeasure by showing NDC the … Continue reading THE WEBSITE FIASCO: IF THIS IS NOT CORRUPTION, THEN WHAT IS CORRUPTION?
The bells of joy are jingling and the atmosphere is saturated with love. As the final hours are ticking away, we are gradually being ushered into the yuletide moment. What a fun it will be to stroll the streets with your sun glasses on a sunny day. Climbing the mountains of joy and descending through … Continue reading I WAS A CELEBRANT OF XMAS IN THE 90’s, WERE YOU?
One thing that has become the talk of town in recent times is the policy of free SHS in Ghana under the auspices of the Nana Addo led-administration. It has been badmouthed by its critics. Nonetheless, it has also received some commendations from its well-wishers. It seems this policy can’t fade away in the process … Continue reading THE FREE SHS BROUHAHA: AN ARGUMENT BETWEEN THE WELL-WISHERS AND THE NAYSAYERS.
Pathetic in our permissive nation, is the escalating frequency and intensity with which some stubborn citizens disregard the country’s constitution and resort to acts of gruesome violence and anarchy. Every blessed day, we are slapped right in the face by stories of some bunch of miscreants flouting rules, setting state properties ablaze which are worth … Continue reading POLITICAL VIGILANTE GROUPS MUST BE STOPPED PRONTO
Once upon a time, the professor was once taught by a teacher. In the course of his studies, the professor felt sick and had to be treated by a nurse. Indeed, if I can read and write this article in good health, then I say bravo to the nurse and the teacher. Sincerely, the role … Continue reading THINKING ALOUD ON THE TRAINEE ALLOWANCES.
Dear Afia, I write this letter in response to a genuine concern you expressed in your text message to me. You stated emphatically how paranoid you become when you meet people on your way to an event and they fail to greet you or give you a smile. You stated that such disdainful behaviour … Continue reading A LETTER TO AFIA: THE POWER OF A GENUINE SMILE
Dear Afia, Your nicely worded text message was read with much joy and enthusiasm. I least expected that you will reply my numerous letters since I have never introduced myself to you officially. I only introduced myself to you as your secret admirer. In your text message, not only did you express your eagerness to … Continue reading A LETTER TO AFIA: GHANAIAN LADIES AND THE WEARING OF MAKE- UP
A story is being told of a peasant farmer who lived in the hinterlands. This farmer who felt the pangs of neglect every blessed day was living alone. One day, as this farmer was busily working on his farm, an awful incident occurred. An aeroplane full of politicians crashed near his farm. Without any delay, … Continue reading THE PROBLEM OF AFRICA: HOW HONOURABLE ARE OUR “HONOURABLES?”
we are scared because the future is becoming blurry and scarry