Friday, May 27, 2022

Editorials

15th September, 2021

The Ghanaian Times says no one is exempt from tax obligations. It shares in the worry of President Akufo-Addo in this matter because there are high-profile people who know better than others as to what taxes can do in...

14th September, 2021

The Daily Graphic is of the view that when it comes to food hygiene, the markets from where the foodstuffs and items are procured must be the first place to consider. Nevertheless, most of the markets in the country are...

8th September, 2021

The Ghanaian Times commends government particularly the Minister of Roads and Highways for living up to the promise of fixing the Wa-Nadowli-Jirapa road that was destroyed by floods in record time. It says this is a clear departure from...

3rd September, 2021

The Daily Graphic says it is time gross indiscipline in the country is nipped in the bud. Considering the viral video of a man and woman literally operating a chop bar at the newly constructed and opened Pokuase four-tier...

28th August, 2021

The Daily Graphic focuses its editorial on preventing extremism for sustainable development. It is says the chairperson of the National Peace Council, NPC, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Adu Gyamfi at a workshop as part of the efforts to promote peacebuilding...

Editorials: August 26, 2021

THE DAILY GRAPHIC hails the call by the former Director General of the Ghana Prisons Service, Patrick Darko Missah, for the service to be resourced adequately saying it is timely. The paper says the Service is often blamed for...

Editorials: August 25, 2021

GHANAIAN TIMES: is worried that since 1999, the story of the Bagre dam spillage and the Associated devastation has not changed. The paper wonders what the state is doing to resolve this challenge. The Ghanaian Times noted that communities...

Editorials: August 24, 2021

THE DAILY GRAPHIC joins the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), to condemn the act by former Anglican priest, Rev Father Balthazar Obeng Larbi for kissing some female students of the St Monica's College of Education at Asante Mampong....

21st August, 2021

  The Daily Graphic says Ghanaian festivals should be used as a springboard to boost tourism and accelerate the country’s development. The paper says it is regrettable Ghana has not found more creative and innovative ways of celebrating festivals. It...

Editorials: August 18, 2021

THE DAILY GRAPHIC: says collective effort is required to stem pirate attacks in the country. It says although the spate of pirate attacks and the level of physical violence against seafarers have increased in recent years, no collective response...

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