ADDRESSING THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

Anytime the elephant has to be addressed, it gets kinda awkward. Objectively speaking, the past couple of months have been nothing short of awkward but interesting here in the motherland. We have seen scenes and heard hearsays only an election season can bring. The roller-coaster effects of an almost healthy …

REPUBLIC-IZE THE REPUBLIC

Let me start by saying that I love Ghana. Nothing I say here today is going to change my love for this peculiarly “free” country. It is 1st July, Republic Day, which by due convention has become one of the many holidays my beloved countrymen look forward to every calendar year. …

BREXIT- A BREAK-UP STORY

Brexit starts with a ‘B’ and so does a break-up. Break-ups are hard. With no inference on personal experience, they could be devastating to any of the parties involved. They could cripple you and make you feel inadequate. If you are the victim you will question every move you made in …

STATE OF THE NATION

Politicians will come and go but in Africa, their agenda, irrespective of party, as we have witnessed over the years is mostly to loot and share; something we have sadly come to accept. What is however unacceptable to us is, when a political leader and his cohorts loot and share …

THE “TINGODS” OF GHANA’S LEADERSHIP

The first rule of Leadership; everything is your fault.  – A Bug’s Life Leaders they say are born but for my dearly beloved nation I doubt we have any luck in our maternity wards. Like the Pandora’s Box, Ghana’s development still remains a mystery. Judging from the various resources which ought …

THE EQOW-NOMY

PS: Before reading this post, please note that this article was not influenced by any political school of thought but clearly from an unbiased economic perspective based on empirical evidence and facts gathered on Ghana delivered with a little bit of humor.