- Created on 20 September 2014
- Last Updated on 20 September 2014
Numerous media accounts at the time of writing this piece indicate that the current head coach of Ghana’s senior national soccer team, Akwasi Appiah, has been dismissed of his post to make way for a foreign coach (from the Serbia Republic?). The coach’s dismissal, as it appears, is a culmination of the behind-the-scenes pressure the clueless Ministry of Sports—acting on some partisan bickering from some Ghanaians—unleashed on the corrupt and incompetent GFA to effect the change. This is not only an unwelcome development but also it goes to reinforce the inferiority spell or the general belief that somehow blacks everywhere cannot be trusted to deliver high quality services. It also explains why black Africans, for instance, always seek help from their Caucasian kinfolks irrespective of how mediocre that assistance or service sought is delivered.
- Created on 18 September 2014
- Last Updated on 18 September 2014
The United Cadres’ Front of the NDC have welcomed the outcome of the meeting of Heads of Churches/Organizations and Executive Committee members of the Christian Council of Ghana, held on September 9, 2014 at the Secretariat of the Council, Accra; which culminated in a 66-point release on various issues concerning the wellbeing of Ghana and Ghanaians, and signed by its General Secretary, Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong.
- Created on 17 September 2014
- Last Updated on 17 September 2014
Lives have been lost, and families have had to undergo the trauma of isolation. The fear of the unknown even very crippling. We read about the numbers in the news, but when we put a face to the news reports, it brings it home.