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Amid mounting abuse claims, Jammeh is unlikely to face justice soon. Here's why

Then President of The Gambia Yahya Jammeh and First Lady Zeinab arrive at the White House in Washington DC for the US Africa Leaders...


Maintaining safe, reliable energy infrastructure: A national security concern

In March 2019, and at the height of one of the most recent power outages across the country, news broke that one of the transmission...


What next for government as ‘dumsor’ clock ticks?

In 1984, Ghana was confronted with its first electricity crisis as a result of a severe drought of the lake, very much attributable...


Is Ghana psychologically ready for women leadership?

Your answer to this question may be yes or no. What’s my answer? I don’t know! But I think I have some points that will help us...


Elikem Writes: A cheer song for the Black Stars, beat Tunisia!

The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) currently ongoing in Egypt seems to be getting interesting as the teams play in the round of 16 stage...


Adongo: Lessons for West & Central African states on Ghana's debt management strategy

A Keynote Address by Hon Isaac Adongo, MP, Bolgatanga Central Constituency and Member, Finance Committee...


Africa to decide on free-trade zone: what’s at stake?

African leaders will decide on Sunday which nation will host the headquarters for a continental free-trade zone that aims to eventually...


Must every successful Ghanaian be an occultist?

I overheard a conversation between an uncle of mine and his friends over two decades ago and that has prompted this article.


Living with HIV; Charity and Gifty share their story

It’s a scary thing when people despise you for any type of weakness. It is even more disheartening when it is because you are sick...


Elikem writes: A cheer song for the Black Stars, go Black Stars!

The Black Stars of Ghana play their third and final group F match today at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2019) in Egypt....