"....Afrobarometer, Africa’s largest public-opinion survey is under threat...In Ghana, Ghana’s police administration first tried to discredit the findings, then publicly blamed the Ghanaian people for corrupting the police... the police administration has yet to seriously address the problem of corruption...The morale is.. Ghana Police could learn a lot from AfroBarometer
The most pressing public policy concern in these times is unemployment, particularly among the youth. Albeit officially reported to be 10.9 percent by Ghana Statistical service in 2013 (see GLSS6, p.57), that figure does not account for those who are discouraged and have consequently stopped searching for work.
The public exhibition of ignorance by Ghana's Minister of Youth and Sports, Nii Lante Vanderpuye (Nii Lante) is beyond pardon and gives the definition of inferiority complex a new low.
It is very disturbing to see an individual of Nii Lante's stature, somersaulted and catapulted into a position of national