A few weeks ago, my church, ICGC Joy Temple – Kaneshie, invited a stalwart of ICGC as a guest preacher during our 10th anniversary celebrations. There was so much excitement and anticipation about the kind of message this great man will deliver. It was a simple message – one that leaves you feeling happy and uncomfortable at the same time. This is because it urges you to do more and yet it stings because there are hard truths in there that challenge some of the things you do or fail to do.
IN the 21st century where even animals have rights and have roads signs placed in places to give them priority on roads so they are not knocked down or run over by vehicles, our part of the world is still groping in primitive behaviours.
By Raju J. R. PARWANI, ACCRA
GHANA’S domestic real estate sub-sector is set to witnesscontinues, marginal widening of the housing deficit.
This is because not much has been done by successive governments to narrow the deficit by providing decent and affordable homes for Ghanaians living in urban centres.
From Komla AGBELI, Tema
AN elder of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and former chairman of the Tema East Constituency, Mr Ken Obeng-Fosu, has condemned in very strong terms what he termed as “the inferior propaganda tactics” being employed by some members of the party to lobby for various positions for their favourites.
THE Auditor-General’s Department on Monday made public mockery of the country’s efforts at curbing public office corruption when it emerged that the President of the Republic could not complete declaring his asset as required by law because the department did not have receipt booklets to complete the process.
WHICHEVER way one looks at it, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo made history, in many respects, in emerging as the 7thdemocratically-elected President in the free, fair and peaceful 2016 elections which further enhanced the democratic credentials of our dear nation.
THE acting Paramount Chief of Kpalime Traditional Area in the South Dayi District of the Volta Region,Torgbui Adza Wiah Kwesi II, is of the view that the increasing rate of unemployment in his area which, he described as “very alarming,” is a major cause to the increase in marijuana cultivation.