Living The Lie: Justice for sale

There was a time in the history of this nation of ours that judges and lawyers were the most revered in society. When politics was risky because of dictatorship, the only noble arm of government was the judiciary. Fasttrack to the twenty-first century and the tables have turned upside down.

The lie we continue to tell ourselves is that justice is done when an individual goes to court.

Corruption: The other force pulling Ghana backwards

Everybody talks about corruption these days but none actually has the willpower to fight it. We lay the blame at the doorsteps of our so-called leaders who lack the conviction to fight this canker. Unfortunately, we are the cause of the problem! We treat this huge menace as a child's play and even stampede those who genuinely want to help fight it.

What at all is wrong with us? We continue to cry for jobs and better conditions of

Ghana's third political force


The current practice whereby a party in opposition documents the failures of the current regime and then present the same to the electorate as reasons why the current regime has to be changed is worrying. Both parties actually engage in this practice whenever they find themselves out of power. Some are just allegations and outright lies!

Many Ghanaians are beginning to get fed up with what is currently turning into a two-party state. Some are calling for a third political force which will help restore confidence, hope, patriotism, and sacrifice in the nation.

Types of clients who attend healthcare facilities in Ghana

Nursing in most parts of Africa can be compared to one hell of work. Nurses are faced with everyday difficulties that make it impossible to offer the best form of care to clients; from the shortage or lack of logistics, motivation, appreciation from clients and bosses, to the huge workload on nurses.

While the celebration of the nurse's week comes to an end,

9 facts about Africa that are mind-blowing

Africa is one of the most blessed on the continent and yet one of the poorest (if not the poorest). Mismanagement and lack of good, courageous leadership have left Africa still in the trenches of poverty and deprivation.

Here are 9 facts about the continent that may come as a surprise to you:

'Galamsey': Trading life for a quid

Water is life because the human body consists of about 70% water. It must, however, be known that not any water is life. It is only clean an...