Coming to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science And Technology has given me the opportunity to discover new aspects to society.
This institution has offered me the chance to appreciate certain things I had for long been a severe abolitionist of.
I had always seen society to be equal. It always grieved me to see a society full of classes.
Honestly, I believe in a classless society, a society where everyone is at par in regards to knowledge and information.
Coming to this institution has really helped me redefine my terms though I have not totally left that arena. However, I now seek to develop a new sense of purpose.
One that may probably be realistic-as in the literal meaning of the word.
One outstanding thing learnt from this Great institution is the truth that, we are all not equal. And that, a classless society is conceptual!
Looking at the modern world and how sophisticated it’s getting, we just have to look into the future with all Hope and optimism. Casting down any kind of pessimistic attitude.
In regards to that, I see KNUST as the model institution in the world( I dare to say so) for the realisation of the model world we all are hoping for.
Let the world Arise!
Following the recent developments, where everything has been virtually ‘kalypolised’, it entirely shows the attitude of Ghanaians towards politics.
Analysing this critically reveals the position of Nana Akuffo Addo (flag bearer of he largest oppostion) in the politics of this nation.
One thing, Ghanaians are however not looking closely at is the fact, Akuffo Addo is not the solution to the numerous challenges of Ghana. The solution is a change in our individual lives. A change in our attitudes towards the nation.
Coming to the ‘kalypolisation’ of the country. Let’s arise us a nation and be objective in national issues, rather than being fanatics of political parties with no properly defined ideologies.
Well personally, I believe Americans are just taking things too far. And perhaps, they are giving trivial issues much higher status.
Everyone is got a past which he may not be proud of. Well, done! It’s been done!
Come to think of it, Donald Trump is learner. His wife’s comment on the recent tape reveals that, he is a changed man! He has changed from the rude guy to a much sober man.
And to top it all, he is even apologised.
I see no need for high ranking members of his own party leaving him stranded at this point in his candidacy. And further suggesting he steps down.
His stepping down would be a great tragedy for the party. I am sure about this.
Donald Trump is still the man for the US.
I urge all Americans to overcome this tragedy and make wise decision based on national issues on November 8th.
Leading German firms have rushed to defend Deutsche Bank amid concerns over the troubled lender’s financial health.
Executives from Siemens, Daimler, Munich Re and BASF told German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung they backed the bank.
“We stand with Deutsche Bank,” BASF chairman Juergen Hambrecht said.
Deutsche Bank is facing a $14bn ($11bn) fine in the US for mis-selling mortgage-backed bonds before the financial crisis of 2008.
Its shares fell sharply last week on fears the fine could cripple the bank, at one point dropping to their lowest level in 30 years.
Reinsurance giant Munich Re’s chief executive, Nikolaus von Bomhard, told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung that he had followed the news, but saw no need to “reduce our business volume” with Deutsche Bank.
Dieter Zetsche, the chief executive of luxury car firm Daimler, also backed the bank, saying: “Deutsche Bank has a great tradition, a solid foundation and beyond that, a good future ahead. Of that I am convinced.”
Siemens boss Joe Kaeser said that the bank’s management “is pursuing the right goals and has our fullest confidence”.