On August 15, 1949, something spectacular happened in the then Gold Coast. In the midst of colonial rule and at the time nationalist struggles for independence had intensified against the colonialists’ resolved to keep the people and the nation under their thumbs, a journalists’ association was formed.
As a young lad growing up, I was always elated to watch the Ghana Black Stars play in the AFCON tournament. The likes of the maestro, Abedi Pele, Tony Yeboah, Nii Odartey Lamptey, CK Akunnor, Prince Polley, Frank Amankwaah, and Isaac Asare got me glued to the television set with their silky performances, as they mauled their opponents without mercy.
Written By Gertrude A. Nyai - There is ongoing debate about Ghana’s energy supply. Some Ghanaians have maintained the issue is insufficient generating capacity, others have opined it is a problem of government’s inability to fulfill its financial obligation of procuring crude oil and natural gas to power thermal plants; hence the disruptive energy supply in Ghana.