In NPP v AG, (The 31st December Case) which was decided in 1993/94, Chief Justice Archer who was on the side of the minority cautioned that the Judiciary should not act like an Octopus and stretch it’s eight tentacles here and there looking for jurisdiction not constitutionally meant for it. In other words, he strongly […]

FEMINISM: An Avenue For Man Hating Or A Tool For Societal Change by Priscilla Vitoh

In recent times, feminist movements have made very strong waves. The ‘Me too’ movement, a movement championed by a formerly abused woman in Hollywood, for example, has left in its wake shattered careers of Hollywood moguls like Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein to big politicians like US senator Al Franken, the self-styled giant of the senate, among […]

Help! Who Is Guarding The Innovative Ideas Of Africa’s Youth by Elinam De Souza

The history narrated to us of Africa’s development dwells largely on the misappropriation of African resources by the industrialized world, but fails to warn us of the current covert intellectual theft and business plagiarism by the industrialized world. “Intellectual theft” here refers to the stealing of ideas which originated from the minds of African intellectuals […]

HELP!!! My landlord has ripped off the roof of my house by Amanda Nutakor About a month ago, I came across this story on The details are that Philomena Agyarko is a tenant in the suburb of Sowutuom in Accra. Just recently, while she and her family went out, her landlord ripped off the roof of her house for delaying rent payment for a month. They have […]

A ‘Rainbow’ in the East: India’s Supreme Court delivers landmark ruling by Victor Azure

In September 2018, the Supreme Court of India held unanimously in the case of Navtej Johar Singh v. Union of India that section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) is unconstitutional to the extent that it criminalizes consensual sexual activity between adults of the same sex. The section reads: Unnatural offences: Whoever voluntarily has […]