In my article last week titled, ‘Prince Philip Goes Home & Culture,’ I wrote on how expensive, wasteful, time-consuming and complicated Ghanaian funerals are, as against the simple funeral of Prince Philip in the UK.
In late 2019, the novel coronavirus pandemic began its entry into the world. By March 2020, the virus had entered Ghana. In Ghana and elsewhere in the world, measures to limit the spread of the virus restricted movements and mass gatherings.
“And they ill-treated them for no other reason than that they believed in Allah, Exalted in Power, Worthy of All Praise. Him to Whom belongs the dominion of heavens and the earth! And Allah is Witness to all things.” (Al Buruj 85:8-9).
Inflation rate is one of the most important economic variables in any country, especially in developing countries like Ghana. Developing countries are prone to high and persistent inflation rates. This rate is particularly important because it measures how prices of goods and services rise in an economy.
I have never been so bashed by so many over one article. Last week, Daily Graphic readers descended on me via e-mail in a cacophonous chorus for accusing Wikipedia of publishing a cartoon depicting Satan (evil) as black-skinned and heaven and angels populated by Caucasians.
Digital identities have become important in our information society as they offer an easy way to navigate the increasingly complicated data and information spaces we have to deal with. Thus, instead of having a physical, academic certificate, passport, or driver's license, the world of digital credentials opens the door to having verifiable digital footprint options across several applications.