Ghana needs to make use of the fact that people are environmentally conscious.
Compared to other politicians who tend to be indirect and evasive, Nkrumah was direct, explicit and assertive.
Inadequate public education on a new language policy has generated resistance from parents at the early childhood education level in Ghana
Religious counsellors form one of several avenues where people seek help for problems that they encounter in life.
The law missed the opportunity to address misuse of mineral royalties and increase transparency as well as accountability in mineral royalty management.
African countries are among the lowest internet speed but it has the most expensive communication and internet costs.
Immigration authorities cast doubt on the motives of marriages between African nationals and Europeans, violating these couples’ right to family life
Political actors can actively engage with university students by taking cognisance
of their political information needs
Efforts to mitigate the double edged nature of social media in politics must take into account local information environments
Considering the competitive nature of party politics in Ghana, campaign
strategies that evoke emotion and prepare voters remain one of the priorities of political parties.
Minority parties in Ghana have found ways to stay relevant in elections despite their declining electoral numbers
The institution of chieftaincy in Ghana must be involved if illegal mining is to be curbed
Contrary to stereotypes of nepotism and corruption, African governments such as Ghana's work hard to respond to need over politics. They can mostly resist politics, but not entirely.
A community driven approach to border patrol could be more useful than providing arms for border guards
Nigeria's border closure is a panicked reaction which violates ECOWAS protocol.
Legal education in Ghana is at a crossroads with professionals asking for it to be decentralised
The governments of the two West African countries could do more to enhance women's participation in tourism.
An unregulated construction sector is stifling its potential to influence Ghana's economy consistently.
It is time for Ghana to consider the future of its cocoa farmers rather than multinational chocolate producers.
Protests in Ghana are often misunderstood which is why the root causes need to identified.