Mobilizing Our Young Men And Women For Community And Nation Development

By Joe Kingsley Eyiah, Toronto-Canada “The biggest men and women with the biggest ideas can be shot down by the smallest men and women with...

Ghanaians holding fast to their culture and tradition in canada.

Ghanaian associations in Canada over the weekend held various social events to mark the long civic statutory holiday in Toronto. More important among the social...

Why The Young And Talented Are Returning To Ghana

By Yepoka Yeebo Glamour, skyscraper-heels, complicated relationships and the struggles of forging a professional career in the big city are not things the international community...

Ghanaians Abroad Finding Love on Internet Dating Sites

Internet dating sites and chat rooms are gaining popularity among Ghanaian eligible bachelors and sometimes the lecherous ineligible ones too in Europe and America....

Developing The Entrepreneurial Spirit in Ghana

Part II By: William Yaw Adufutse, Ph. D. I have decided to write a follow-up article in response to several email I received from my readers. Some...

Is Natural Hair The New SEXY?

  Written By: Chris Vincent- Agyapong Febiri (www.ghanacelebrities.com) Gradually, young women with natural hair are beginning to catch my intimate attention—-even from far. Though I am particularly fascinated...

Unbiblical Practices Within a Majority Of Ghanaian Churches – By Kobe Agyei

  I have noticed that a lot if not a majority of the Ghanaian churches (though other African and non African churches do this as...

Private Hospitals In Ghana (Editorial By Dr. Joseph Boateng)

This week let’s talk specifically about private hospitals and other private medical institutions. In previous topics, we have mentioned private hospitals in our discussions as...

How Far Have We Come Since July 1, 1960?

  The last apron string attaching us to our colonial masters was severed when we attained republican status on July 1, 1960. Three years or so...

Another Year, Another Independence Celebration But What Are We Really Celebrating?

Every year around March 6th we dress in red, green, yellow or gold and celebrate the biggest, boldest and loudest; proud to be Africa’s...