BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT I had always sought the opportunity to air my opinion on this worthwhile topic. It is generally known that, our custom and practices makes us distinct people and we ought to cherish them, yet, looking at the Ghanaian society one notices that, some customs and practices need to be done away … Continue reading OUTMODED CUSTOMS AND PRACTICES THAT SHOULD BE ABOLISHED.
BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT One unpleasant observation in Ghana today is that hardly a day passes without a report of armed robbery in the country. The unfortunate development is fast eroding the image of Ghana as the safest and most peaceful country in sub-Saharan region. What accounts for this shift from safety to insecurity? … Continue reading ARMED ROBBERY IN GHANA.
BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT One problem in academic circles that has drawn public concern in this country of ours is the increased rate of examination malpractices. Some well-meaning Ghanaians have used the media to express their opinions about what to do to solve this problem seen as a national disgrace. I intend to discuss the … Continue reading EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN GHANA.
BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT Good day ladies and gentlemen, fellow authors, I have been listening with mounting interest the debate on the motion that science has done more harm than good and I want to write against the motion. Ladies and Gentlemen, the benefits of science in our society in recent times cannot be denied … Continue reading HAS SCIENCE DONE MORE HARM THAN GOOD?
BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT Specifically in Ghana and as well as many other African countries, there is the need for everyone to have access to formal education, especially the feminine and this is due to the following reasons. Firstly, if the female child has access to education, she could be able to easily perform calculations … Continue reading THE NEED TO EDUCATE THE GIRL-CHILD.
BY ANITA SANNI MUSNAT Going down the memory lane, all I can really recall was that, it was a Saturday morning and the day was a very hectic one. It was full of chores and fun in the Sanni household. It was vacation and lots of cousins were home. I was barely fat then and my … Continue reading MY FONDEST CHILDHOOD MEMORY.
BY ANITA MUSNAT SANNI What at all is going on among our teenagers? What brings about teenage pregnancy? These are questions Ghanaians and stakeholders ask over and over again. A teenager is someone from the age of 13 to 19. Teenage pregnancy means a teenager who is pregnant. Specifically in Ghana and as in many … Continue reading TEENAGE PREGNANCY: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND HOW IT CAN BE CURBED.