Thursday , 18 January 2018


The high and lows of Dr. Wampah

Dr Wampah

25 April, 2016 The central bank of Ghana is mandated by law to have overall supervision and regulatory authority over banking & non-banking financial business in the country.  Ensuring a sound, efficient financial system, and management of the economy as a whole, were all under the leadership of Dr. Henry Kofi Wampah. Furthermore, he was responsible for ensuring a stable ... Read More »

Ada estuary – beauty or beast?

Ada estuary

A little over a year ago our minds were on a tragedy that took place at Ada- the disappearance of Hip life musician Castro, also known as Theophilus Tagoe and Janet Bandu. According to the narrative, the two were part of a celebrity team including Black Stars skipper, Asamoah Gyan who had gone out to the Ada area to have ... Read More »

Mahama’s State of the Nation address was ‘a theatrical performance’ – Nduom

Paa Kwesi Ndoum owns GN  Bank

Founder of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has criticized Members of Parliament (MPs) for behaving “irresponsibly” during the President’s delivery of the 2016 State of the Nation address on Thursday. In a post of his Facebook page, Dr. Nduom urged Ghanaians never to allow such a “theatrical performance to happen in the People’s House, Parliament, as ... Read More »


Sege DCE

Less than a month Ghana would celebrate its 59 years Anniversary. Decentralisation has pave the way for all Districts to observe this at all corners of our Mother Ghana. School children get the opportunity to display their talents. Those with Security talent hallucinate the parade ground during Anniversary days. Many school children and some teachers also get the opportunity to ... Read More »

Tribal, religious and land disputes must not infect Ghana’s peacce

Tafo riots

The three main sectors of Ghana are experiencing conflict in our dear Nation Ghana. The Northern, Southern and the Middle belts. Our Traditional leaders in the Northern part of the country are fighting over who must occupy the lion skin at Dagbon, a skin which has been rotated over 600 years between the Andani’s and the Abudu gates. Not to ... Read More »

Scouting report: Simon Atruku – a perfect midfielder in the making

Simon Atruku

One of the finest talents of Ghana’s lower leagues is Sege All Stars utility midfielder, Simon Atruku. He is gifted with the ability to deliver from any position on the field of play, it’s very unique. A gifted left footed player, young Atruku is versatile, tall, excellent penalty taker and above all very good in set pieces. Very versatile in ... Read More »

Sexual violence: Overlooked obstacle for girls

Save girls

Sexual violence against girls in school is overlooked obstacle to girls empowerment in Ghana. Children who suffer Sexual violence at times end up with teenage pregnancy thereby increases students risk of Sexual transmitted diseases. Culture to extent prevent girls who fall victim of these act from reporting to the appropriate authorities for action to be taken against perpetrators. Many atimes, ... Read More »


Ada Traditional Council is a shame

Order!, Order!!’ I am giving you Order as the Regional Minister Hon. Nii Layea Affotey Agbo commands the Ada East DCE before the chiefs of Ada. The Council members applauded for the Greater Accra Regional Minister Hon. Affotey Agbo when he ordered Hon. John Nurudeen Ahortu to rebuild the traditional Council before the past 2015 Asafotufiami festival for the Chiefs ... Read More »

Why modern beads are taking over the market from the indigenous traditional beads

traditional beads

I grew up in the Eastern Region of Ghana. I am the fourth male born of a traditional caterer who I affectionately call “Yayo” and the tick tall building designer who migrated from Ada to settle in Odumase Krobo. I am the professional beads maker who moved into community Radio broadcast journalism since the year 2001 Indeginuos traditional Krobo beads ... Read More »