Why The $6.3m Budget Cannot Be True

On Wednesday, July 24, 2019, the Sports Minister, Hon Isaac Asiamah appeared before parliament to present statement of accounts on the black Stars AFCON campaign. According to him, $6.3m was budgeted for the campaign, over $4.5m was spent and a little over $1.7m was returned to government chest. Having examined the figures

Funny Face Needs A Counsellor [Article]

I grew up in a typical ‘conservatist’ Ghanaian society where the man is not expected to cry when he is in pain. “Barima nsu,” they say. In fact, even with both sexes, when someone has lost a loved one, property or has gone through any unpleasant situation, and they shed tears, they

Nana Addo has Only Been Talking So Far- John Sterling

The Progressive People's Party's parliamentary candidate for the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abirem (KEEA) constituency, Mr John Sterling has made some comments to the effect that Nana Addo has only been talking in his first hundred days without any  tangible achievement to its credit. He was assessing the hundred days of

Luis Enrique Is No Guardiola: Drop The Pep Lens.

In the wake of the Pep era, Barcelona fans are a lot more concerned with how games are won, regardless of who is in charge. They completely overlook the fact that Pep’s approach and achievements might forever be unparalleled, thus scrutinizing a Barcelona manager on the Pep scale is highly

Cedi Performance Artificial, not Sustainable- CEO of CMI

The Chief Executive Officer of Critical Mass International (CMI) has said that the impressive performance of the Ghana Cedi against the major trading currencies has no structural backing, hence cannot be sustained. He made this comment during an interaction with student politicians in the University of Cape Coast. Paa kwesi Bekoe