Stop victim-blaming and let gov’t help – The Menzgold Tale

In as much as people were warned, Menzgold should not have been allowed to operate in the first place. The government must ensure that it protects its people.

Shady people, endorsements and 3 lessons – The Menzgold Tale

There are three clear messages being sent to anybody willing to listen in the face of Menzgold saga and how it affects Ghanaians.

Questions for an arrogant finance minister – The Menzgold Tale

Ken Ofori Atta, made jokes about the Menzgold issue, blaming victims to “have known better” and as such have full culpability in their ordeal.

Brick mansions and a failed regulation – The Menzgold Tale

The regulators’ delay gave MenzGold the opportunity to build confidence through its consistency in paying returns and other obligations, as such when the regulators stepped in, it seemed impossible to shake that confidence off.

Brick mansions and 3 lies – The Menzgold Tale

This is a compilation of some facts and an objective overview on Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah and a clear prediction of the future for all parties concerned.

Kpakpakpa and galamsey are driving NSS personnel on University of Ghana campus

Next time graduates pull the system’s strings to get National Service space on University of Ghana campus, don’t guess too far as we delve into what is motivating them.

Inverse Care: A setback in achieving universal health coverage in Ghana

In Ghana, primary health care (PHC) is the agreed pathway for achieving UHC. PHC is the first level of contact of individuals, their families and communities with the national health system.

Emerging Issues In Public Health: A perspective on Ghana’s healthcare expenditure, policies and outcomes

Ghana’s healthcare expenditure has increased over the past two decades. Increased healthcare expenditures are required to enhance the acquisition of better hospital resources that may improve healthcare.

Richard Arthur-Norman: The multi-sectoral definition of health in Ghana

iGhanaian Blogger, Richard Arthur-Norman advises that we should all make it a point to treat health issues as a matter of necessity to all of us and not leave it in the hands of other people as if we have no business in it.

JEROME KUSEH: Why debt doesn’t have to be a dirty word

Debt is too often viewed as an indication that one is unable to save, unable to live within his/her means or impatient in acquiring the finer things in life., writes iGhanaian Blogger, Jerome Kuseh.