Impartial but not neutral

When Peter Ala-Adjetey was appointed as Speaker of the 3rd Parliament under the Fourth Republic in Ghana, the then-NDC Minority in Parliament went to pay him a courtesy call. In their deliberations, they implored him to be as neutral as possible in the discharge of his duties. He responded by reminding them that his leanings

Logoligi Musings – 23 May 2015

No where is gullibility and lack of thinking, not to speak of critical thinking, displayed than in the political arena and amidst politicos in Sikaman. Doing politics and being able to analyse and assess what is told you are not mutually exclusive. Unfortunately, instead of being a tool of enlightenment, social media has magnified this


After the #dumsormuststop vigil, I walked back to where I had parked and drove home, via the Nkrumah Memorial Street (formerly known as Tema Motorway). Usually when I turn off towards Comm 20, I would get an inkling of whether we have lights at home or not by the illumination at the first gate of

8 years ago…

Today is the birthday of our daughter Maame Esi and I thank God for her life. Personally it’s a day dear to my heart, in addition to this. Exactly 8 years ago today, I arrived in Ghana after my 1 year study abroad and met my son for the first time. I had resigned from