Nowadays in Ghanaian body politic, it is not unusual to hear people from all walks of life or from diverse ideological backgrounds, including the NDC’s propaganda outpost, talking passionately even against making simple comparisons. We often hear a large number of Ghanaians cheer-led by the main opposition party reminding us that “ex-President Mahama is no longer in power so don’t compare his past government to the current NPP regime.”
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia has pledged government’s commitment to deal with the factors that led to floods and deaths in some communities in the Upper West and East regions.
People have these cross-culture attitudes or mindsets such as “I don’t see myself ever agreeing with this or that person” or “that group never makes sense so there is no need to listen to what they have to say.” But, there is also an enduring advice cross-culturally that “NEVER SAY NEVER” because none of us as mortal humans knows exactly what tomorrow may bring.
The new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Very Rev Father Prof Anthony Afful-Broni, was inducted into office yesterday, with a charge to “use his full gifts” to promote the spirit of reconciliation in the university during his tenure of office.
The President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has described the former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Atta Annan as a proud African who devoted his entire life to serving humanity.
Despite initial challenges with the double track system introduced in the nation’s senior high schools, checks by the Daily Statesman indicate that the system largely took off successfully yesterday across the country in all the selected schools.