29. September 2022
August 18, 2021

In June 2021, I wrote an article titled Emerging State of Insecurity on The African Continent (Mali Coup, Nigeria Instability, Burkina Faso Terrorist Attack, and Withdrawal of Us Troops from Afghanistan): Economic Transformation and Enhanced Security Measure Needed to Address Emerging Security Threats. This was following the announcement of the withdrawal of US Troops from […]

August 10, 2021

On 30 July 2021, Ghana’s Energy Minister sent a memo to Parliament explaining that two sister Norwegian affiliated companies — Aker Energy Ghana Limited (“Aker Energy”) and AGM Petroleum Ghana Limited (“AGM”) —seek to dilute their interests in the Deepwater Tano Cape Three Points and South Deepwater Tano blocks located offshore Ghana. Aker Energy was […]

July 15, 2021

His is an abridged version of a speech I made back in 2018 to students of Ho Technical University. I have made versions of the same speech at the Institute of Engineers and other gatherings. I apologise to those who have heard it already, but this is the mood I am in: There is what […]

July 2, 2021

Like many Ghanaians, the events in Ejura in the Ashanti Region this week have left me shocked, saddened and greatly concerned about the present state of affairs in our country. The murder of Ibrahim ‘Kaaka’ Mohammed is a stain on the moral conscience of this country, as is the shooting of unarmed members of his […]

June 19, 2021

This article is prompted by a WhatsApp post and a sermon. Like most WhatsApp messages, this was one of the thousands of unsolicited posts which daily inundate us on the many platforms created by classmates, course mates, church mates and work mates. Once a while, however, a particular post pops up that either makes or […]

April 8, 2021

I thought it was brave of him to have appeared at his vetting in Parliament stating that he wanted to make Accra work. If you live in Accra, or have any reason to come to our capital, you would wish our minister well, you would pray that he did succeed in making Accra work indeed. […]

January 25, 2021

ONE critical aspect of the educational reforms with regards to the Senior High Schools, which hasn’t received due attention primarily because it is taken for granted by policy-makers, has been the unique role of Schools’ histories, identities, traditions and heritage – key points to mold the characters of the students for life. I have over […]

August 27, 2020

The “Unknown Unknowns” have presented today’s economic crisis, which is mainly attributed to the Covid-19 pandemic ‘a priori’ recession, unemployment, low wages, fiscal deficits etc. The effect of this global pandemic is insurmountable with similar economic weakness witnessed during the Great Depression of the 1930s, which saw the stock market crash, the financial crisis in […]