We deem it important to ensure that this website focuses on its mandate of enlightening and empowering the masses while upholding the tenets of objectivity and independence. This makes it necessary to provide a blueprint that defines the scope of contents for all contributors to the website.
Our aim is, not only to inform, but also provide detailed analyses and education about pertinent aspects of the Ghanaian economy that drive productivity and growth. The news we publish come along with detailed examination of the impact of such information on the livelihoods of Ghanaians.
One essential component of our website is the Columnist section under which a selected group of intelligent young Ghanaians are given the opportunity to contribute their ideas on a wide range of issues that could positively impact standards of living. Columnist articles and input from other contributors MUST, as close as possible, relate to one or more of the following areas:
AGRICULTURE, BANKING & FINANCE, COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION, ENERGY, HEALTH, MANUFACTURING, OIL & GAS, SERVICES, TECHNOLOGY, CREATIVE ARTS, POLITICS and SPORTS.
Any article that deviates substantially from these areas would be reviewed by our editors to determine if it serves our primary objective; if articles do not meet our standard post review, we would discuss with writers to reach an agreement about changes to be effected to make them publishable. As much as possible, columnists are encouraged to be objective but firm in their analyses and submissions. Articles about “Politics” should avoid taking partisan positions but rather aim to analyse the issues and its impact on economic and social well-being.
Although articles that are deemed to be politically biased would not be allowed on this website, we encourage our columnists to, in the interest of Ghanaians, subject public policies to rigorous scrutiny, so long as such critique is constructive and fair.
Acceptable research procedures should be followed when writing articles for publication on this website. All facts stated in articles will undergo intensive review to ensure the public is not misled.
Finally, as this website was built to educate Ghanaians from all walks of life, we urge our columnists and writers to use very simple language, avoid jargons, and explain technical words to the best of their ability.
We recognize the importance of our columnists and contributors to our success. Your effort is much appreciated and by working within this scope, we are optimistic about achieving success together.