• Pressure, politics of corporate governance

    Pressure, politics of corporate governance0

    According to Investopedia, corporate governance is the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a firm is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of a company’s many stakeholders, such as shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community. Since corporate governance also provides the framework for attaining a company’s

  • Why I nearly committed suicide

    Why I nearly committed suicide0

    “Run out naked, just go crazy, you are worthless, no one loves you, you are such a failure, you ugly creature, oh don’t even bother praying for you deserve nothing from God”. These were the commands voices in my head had barked at me. Today, I consider them to be such terrible thoughts but they

  • I’m happy after giving up alcohol

    I’m happy after giving up alcohol1

    Last week brought dark news for enthusiastic drinkers, in the shape of a damning global report that concluded “the safest level of drinking is none”, and urged health chiefs worldwide to consider recommending total abstinence. Cue millions of drinkers choking with horror on their sauvignon blanc. As one of the thirstiest nations in the world,

  • Trump’s attack on LeBron fit a disturbing pattern

    Trump’s attack on LeBron fit a disturbing pattern0

    There’s no disputing that Donald Trump’s pattern of attacking well-known African-Americans as having “low IQs” or being of low intelligence is parroting the white nationalist view that blacks are inherently less intelligent than whites. The only question is whether Trump was intentionally espousing the views of white supremacists. Well, given Trump’s history, there’s only one

  • MFWA’s Sulemana should leave Anas alone

    MFWA’s Sulemana should leave Anas alone0

    I virtually blew the gasket over Mr. Sulemana Braimah of Media Foundation for West Africa’s [MFWA] relentless and suspicious attacks on the credibility of Ghana’s icon in undercover investigative journalism, Anas Aremeyaw Anas about the latter’s recent exposé dubbed number 12. Mr. Sulemana’s counterintuitive and pretentious complaint to BBC over the journalistic ethics and, methodology adopted

  • Body shaming in Ghana

    Body shaming in Ghana0

    The phenomenon of body shaming is one that has recently plagued our society. Until recently, body shaming seemed alien to Africans, as stories of how people were being bullied and emotionally abused were only heard of the Americas, Europe and other such places. Africans had a different story, as people of various body shapes and