Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Open letter to Akufo-Addo: A call to good governance

Dear Mr. President: Congratulations on your inauguration. I thought your inauguration speech was heartfelt and uplifting despite concerns of plagiarism. It was heartwarming to hear you say, “Money is made in the private sector and...

CARTOON OF THE DAY: Black Stars go!

As Africa’s biggest football show piece, The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) gets underway in Gabon today, the president of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on the senior national team, the Black...

PODCAST : Morning Starr – January 16,2017

The Morning Starr with Nii Arday Clegg has all you missed on trending news and more. Download and listen to today's edition.

PODCAST: Starr Midday News – Jan.16

Making headlines in the Starr Mid-day News; unending activities of a quack doctor in the Eastern Region, thousands of mourners troupe Kumasi  for the farewell ceremony of late Asantehemaa, more on these and other...

Of a plagiarised presidential speech and the Ghanaian hypocrisy

This is a follow up on a discussion I had with my friend on social media on the unfortunate events following the inauguration of H.E Nana Akufo-Addo on 7th January 2017. It soon became...
The Ghanaian community in Mali welcomed Nana Addo

Opinion: The high expectations of the change in Ghana

A change of government in any country comes with high expectations from the citizenry, the public and private sectors, and the international community. For the business world and economy watchers like me, the expectations...

Serving my country: Losing an election

According to some trivia I read about Harold Wilson, Labour Prime Minister, some time ago, one of the things he missed most after leaving Number 10 Downing Street (Can’t remember whether it was when...

CARTOON OF THE DAY: You owe me!

Legal practitioner and journalist Egbert Faibille has dared former GIMPA rector Prof. Stephen Adei to drag him to court if he insists he owes him. The outspoken academician is claiming Mr.  Faibille Jnr owes him...

CARTOON OF THE DAY: Mahama packs

Former president John Mahama has rescinded his decision to use the bungalow he occupied while at the presidency as his "retirement home." Controversy surrounded his intention to remain in the Cantonments residence, which was originally...

PROFILE: Akufo-Addo’s new ministerial nominees

President Nana Akufo-Addo has named 12 more ministers in his first week of office. The names have been submitted to Parliament for vetting. Below is the profile of the nominees: ANTHONY AKOTO OSEI – MONITORING &...

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