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Ghana needs a reverse flow system to transport natural gas to other parts of the country (Photo: Construction Review Online)

Written By Moses Dotsey Aklorbortu - The petroleum and power sectors of the economy, no doubt, are part of the critical areas that must be tackled if Ghana wants to move the economy forward and create wealth for the people.

Traders at the Agbogbloshie Market in Accra plying their trade close a pile of refuse. (Photo:Benedict Obuobi/graphic.com.gh)

Written By Moses Dominic Awiah - Accra's popular markets have become engulfed with filth, flies and pungent smell. The Kaneshie, Makola, Agbogbloshie, Mallam Atta and Mallam markets are also inundated with plastic waste, decayed food crops and choked gutters.

Referee Joseph Lamptey was suspended by CAF last year.

Written By Godsway Glah - The conspicuous absence of any of our FIFA referees from the ongoing AFCON in Gabon has become part of discussions in many football circles and on platforms. Even among the referees themselves, the matter is being discussed.

Former Gambia President, Yahya Jammeh

Former Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh failed to appreciate that democracy had taken root in West Africa. It left him on a hiding to nothing once he lost elections, writes Elizabeth Ohene.