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I was asked to come for my card the following day. Come the following day, I was asked to come two days later. It went on like this until I was told to write my name and contact number in a register, with the clear understanding that I would be contacted when the card was ready.

Ghana Card — My beef

Written By Mike Mensah - About a month or so ago, there was a letter in the Daily Graphic from a father complaining about the non-issuance of his son’s Ghana Card; the thrust being that there had not been any communication on what was happening about the non-issuance.

Professor Opoku-Agyemang never ceases to take her eyes off the voters. She devotes her entire attention to the energy of the crowd and measures the pulse of the people.

The infectious charisma of Professor Opoku-Agyemang

Written By Vincent. L. K. Djokoto - Professor Opoku-Agyemang has an insatiable desire for service. Her work ethic is in itself leadership elevated to an art. And I’ve witnessed this distinct quality she possesses, in abundance, from a front-row seat.

Through this scheme, government will pay rent advance for individuals with verifiable sources of income directly to bank accounts of landlords. Individuals will then pay back the money to government on monthly basis.

File image - President Akufo-Addo

Written By Enoch Kofi Nyarkoh - One of the longstanding socio-economic challenges of Ghana is the availability of affordable and decent housing for all citizens.

Do you think that the boy who spoke with the ‘Voice of God’ cared about the effect of his ‘miracle’ on the rest of us?

Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Mrs Cynthia Morrison

Written By Cameron Duodo - No sane person can take a stick or heavy iron instrument and hit a 90-year-old woman with it till she dies. However, in the ‘civilised’ society in which we live, no person can be described as ‘mad’ unless a trained psychiatrist has certified the person to be so.