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The Shiny Toy Syndrome And Ghana’s Energy Crisis

Monday, January 26, 2015 The other day I read with mirth the government s attempt to quickly deploy two emergency powerships or barges (I m not sure exactly which) to stem the ensuing power crisis. Naturally, it should come as a matter of great relief that the authorities seek to take such a bold step in the face of curr ...

Look, Business Is Here!

Monday, January 26, 2015 To our energetic and intelligent graduates, please bear in mind that ONE PERSON'S FINISHED PRODUCT IS ANOTHER'S RAW MATERIAL. The Global Village is NOT expecting you to RE-INVENT THE WHEEL Hey, take it cool and find your niche, for you sure fit in somewhere there among those who DREAM, ...

Institutional Realignment Of The Tourism Agencies; My Armchair Perspectives

Monday, January 26, 2015 Efficiency is very key in ensuring the effectiveness of an organisation. That is, if an organisation would be able to achieve set-goals and make remarkable impacts then efficiency must be at the heart of the management and administration of both human and non-human resources.Efficiency entails ri ...

Barrett Brown, Barack Obama, And Hugo Chavez: When Telling The Truth Becomes A Crime

Monday, January 26, 2015 I am in the process of writing my Dissertation on Hugo Chavez. I am in the final days, actually, of the writing and editing process, and all of a sudden, I find myself severely constrained by recent events. WikiLeaks is a treasure trove of information for academic research. Yet, in a library s ...

Angered Gods Of Power  

Monday, January 26, 2015 Said the Romans: 'Those whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad;' as if madness is not enough destruction. A local servant of Allah is also reported to have remarked that if you steal power you haven't earned nor won, you will never succeed with the exercise of that power. And so it is ...

Of Hypocrisy, Bigotry And Propaganda!  

Monday, January 26, 2015 The word 'hypocrisy' has become dominant on our airwaves for some time now. I was a little puzzled seeing the mouths vomiting the word, so I decided to look it up in the dictionary. It isn't because I do not understand the meaning, but just to be double-sure that my ears had heard right. My Oxfor ...

Super Eagles No Show At Equatorial Guinea- Shouldn’t The Manager Be Paying The Price?

Sunday, January 25, 2015 The 2015 AFCON- perhaps the biggest sport event in Africa- is alive and some sensational football is been dished out to the world on the current state of African football. Today, Sunday 25th January, the final group games commences before the knockout stage. And one thing that is obvious so far is t ...

Obama and Cameron, com'on – All We Need is Fromm

Sunday, January 25, 2015 Where is the love? Could we get it from Fromm with wisdom 60 years after? As luck would have it, David Cameron has become Barack Obama s proper bro . To be fair-minded, let us start thinking about this alleged brotherly love by not being distracted by speculative journalism in the hands of which ...

Our Demonic Libation Must Stop – It's Full Of Ungodly Rituals -Let's Appoint A State Linguist For Libation

Saturday, January 24, 2015 In his philosophical book titled 'Consciencism' Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah outlines the three religious cultures accepted and practised by Africans. These are the African Traditional Region (ATR), Christianity and Islam. It is to be noted that I strongly oppose the present tenets and worship metho ...

Are We Realy Living In A Seriouse Country?

Saturday, January 24, 2015 Folks, for sometimes now I have being wondering if we really are living in a country that meant business or the heads of public institutions are intentionally working to mar the hardworking prestige of the youngest president of our land. It would interest you to know that there are unemployed gra ...

Are We Suffering From Spastic Shudder?  

Friday, January 23, 2015 Social order turns on the axis of legitimate expectations of compliance with the prevailing social norms and legal regime. Society is possible because human beings take the behaviour of others for granted in the trusted assurance of reciprocity. The expectation that others will behave in a lawful ma ...

Down The Memory Lane, 2

Friday, January 23, 2015 If you (the blackman) cannot do for yourself what the whiteman is doing for himself, don't say you are equal to the whiteman Malcolm X: 'This, in short, is a hyper 'colonial mentality' abundantly displayed by a classical house nigger, who, even in the midst of a mass of countervailing evidence ...

Western Education- Not A Sacrilege

Friday, January 23, 2015 So at last Western Education is important for democracy and sustainable development in Nigeria. The on going Gen. Buhari certificate affair has shown just how important it is not just to go to school but to pass your courses and also keep your certificate for it will be demanded along the way as ...
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