Time With David is a leading interview programme with over 1,000 episodes of hard-hitting conversations with leaders in business, politics, civil society and academia, over the past 24 years.
Time With David 2019
Time with David interview with Seth Terkper #timewithdavid
My guest served as the finance minister in the previous government of President John Mahama. He is recognized as a technocrat, whose approach is widely seen as not unduly influenced by party and ideological considerations. What does he make of the lack of continuity in the area of public policy, and economic management? Follow Time With David: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeWithDavid/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimeWithDavid Website: https://www.timewithdavid.online
Time with David interviews Law students. #timewithdavid
My next interview is with some law graduates who are extremely unhappy about not getting into law school. They went on demonstration over it and are determined to be heard. Do they have a case? Follow Time with David: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TimeWithDavid/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/TimeWithDavid Website - https://www.timewithdavid.online
Time With David Interview with Marricke Kofi Gane
Folks, I return to one of the subjects I am most passionate about - That of an independent Presidential candidate. Marricke Kofi Gane s the latest kid on the block. He says he will run next year as an independent candidate. Follow Time With David: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TimeWithDavid/?ref=bookmarks Twitter - https://twitter.com/TimeWithDavid Website - https://www.timewithdavid.online
Time With David Interview with Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur #TimeWithDavid
“My husband did not go into politics; politics found him”. In this episode of Time With David, my guest is the wife of the late Vice President, Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur. He was an economist, academic and politician and the fifth Vice-President of Ghana’s 4th republic. Previously he was Governor of the Bank of Ghana from 2009-2012, and was later sworn in as Vice President on August 6th, 2012. Sadly he passed away on Friday June 29th 2018. He died at the age of 67. I spoke with his wife to find out what really happened on that fateful day, and to find out how she has been doing since then. Matilda Amissah Arthur talks about how close she and her husband were. They were extremely close. She spoke about how her husband was a ‘stickler for health’. He would regularly go for check ups at the hospital, he regularly exercised and he seemed pretty healthy. The news of his death was devastating. She spoke about how so many conspiracy theories had come up following his death and how people who would try to offer some sympathy often came across as insensitive. She also spoke about Ghanaian cultural practices when deaths occur and how many of these practices need to be reconsidered. She said grieving is something that doesn’t really ever end but it evolves. She spoke about how up to this day she is still mourning her husband’s death. This was a very touching interview. There are many things Matilda Amissah Arthur said that we can all learn from, because the death of a loved one is something we will experience at some point in our lives. Follow Time with David to stay updated: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TimeWithDavid/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/TimeWithDavid Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/timewithdavid/ Website - https://www.timewithdavid.online
Time With David Interview with Martin Amidu: Special Prosecutor #timewithdavid
My guest is recognized for his commitment to the fight against corruption in Ghana. In 2018 he was appointed the first special prosecutor by the president with the mandate to investigate and prosecute corruption in the public sector. Almost two years down the line, expectations of many Ghanaian's have not been met. I will be asking him why. Follow Time With David: https://www.timewithdavid.online https://www.facebook.com/TimeWithDavid/ https://twitter.com/TimeWithDavid
Time With David Interview: Prof Nicholas Ossei Gerning #TimeWithDavid.
My guest says even though heart attack and stroke are the major cause of death in Ghana, and other parts of the world, medical practise in Ghana today leaves much to be desired in the management of this. He says too many needless deaths are occuring. The discussion centers on the current situation in Ghana and what is required to significantly improve it #TimeWithDavid https://www.timewithdavid.online