DOES THE FUTURE GENERATION HAVE THE BALLS OF THE LIKES OF MENSAH SARBAH?


If we don’t change this self-seeking attitude of ours, obsession for money without hard work and start thinking of how we’d better our nation, the future the current generation is mobilizing for us will be a farce. If we don’t develop a sense of patriotism, posterity will judge us by the pledge we made to hold in high esteem, our heritage won for us through the blood and toil of our fathers and uphold and defend the good name of Ghana.

WOMEN; AN INTEGRAL PART OF SOCIETY AND NOT AN AUXILIARY


The fact that a woman was formed out of a man doesn’t make her inferior. When the first man (Adam) first saw the first woman (Eve) he said: “This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh” (Genesis 2:23). Adam gave a perfect picture of how women should be treated by men. It’s time men start treating women as bones of their bones and flesh of their flesh. Women are an integral part of our society and should be accorded the respect that they deserve just like men. I don’t believe women should be rubbing shoulders with men because the shoulder of men then becomes their yardstick. Women were created to do what men cannot do exceptionally.

GHANA, 60 YEARS ON


We attained independence in the same era as the likes of Singapore and Malaysia but why have they made significant progress than us? Who is to blame? Can this narrative change 100years on? We live to see. May God continue to bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong.

DEPRESSION; A NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS


It’s time the church starts focusing on building people more rather than channeling all their energies into building physical structures. It’s time some parents stop using their wards to accomplish their failed life goals and give their wards some slack to make some major life choices. It’s time our schools start training students to pass the tests of life rather than focusing solely on helping them pass exams to get certificates. Its time society as a whole starts focusing on giving strength to the weak rather than eulogizing and promoting the already strong