Dear Parliament of the Republic of Ghana,
My name is Selorm Branttie, a voter and a citizen of Ghana who dabbles in many business activities.
Written By Anita Djandoh - When I was growing up, there were not many options on what to watch on television, but there were lots of programmes that targeted children at the appropriate times of the day. I remember in the afternoons there were programmes where crafts were taught in a child friendly environment called Activity Time; then there was Kyekyekule, By The Fire Side and many such programmes that kept children glued to the TV set whenever they aired.
Written By John Tagoe - Ghanaians were delighted when the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) met his commanders in Kumasi two weeks ago where he sent a clear and succinct message that they have to be ruthless in the application of the law, especially on vigilante groups who are causing havoc in society.
The BOST contaminated fuel saga is a major test case for the country’s resolve to fight corruption and the lack of accountability. It is also an evidence of our state as a people, a people whose sense of reason is moderated by political colors and tribal stereotyping, with limited commitment to our nation.