Opinion/Feature

The Great Significance Of Love In Societal Peace And Stability

Saturday, November 22, 2014 I have heard that Emperor Selassie said that The world will know no peace until there is no segregation. Though this quote has some significance in societal peace and stability, it has a limitation. The total, principal and fundamental antidote to societal chaos and instability is Love. ...

How the ‘Reserve’ Dollar Harms America

Saturday, November 22, 2014 Ending the greenbacks reserve-currency role will raise savings and make U.S. companies more competitive.For more than three decades we have called attention on this page to what we called the reserve-currency curse. Since some politicians and economists have recently insisted that the ...

Dr Duffuor Has Questions To Answer  

Saturday, November 22, 2014 Sometimesit is very difficult for a writer like me to pick on a respected person in the society, particularly when such a person is a friend, and bring him or her under microscopic scrutiny. Difficult as it is, our job requires that objectivity grants no favour to individuals; only the general inte ...

The BniMust Have nothing To Do With Journalists, Period

Saturday, November 22, 2014 It Is odd that President IbrahimMahama found it wise to defend theBureau of National Investigations BNIon the Bureaus invitation to a coupleof journalists over the reports that awoman had been arrested in London fortaking some cocaine to the United Kingdom. For it is not at all pru ...

Delta 2015: The Unfolding Political Equation

Friday, November 21, 2014 Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan in more ways than one, has taken a bold step in defining the developmental roadmap for the state along the line of Delta State Beyond Oil. His succession calls for a prudent manager of resources, an administrator of proven track record and a level headed politician. T ...

The Alligator Logic And Governance

Friday, November 21, 2014 Since the current government took over the administration of this country, corruption, stealing from the national coffers, lies, deceit, payment of doubtful judgment debts and other vices have reached such unprecedented levels that it is disgraceful and at the same time painful to recount. It seems ...

Love Brewed In Parliament

Thursday, November 20, 2014 A CHINESE fairy tale is unfolding in Ghanas parliament. It is a tale of love being brewed between the National Democratic Congress NDC and the New Patriotic Party NPP. To some, it is tasty like aluguntugui and to others, it is bitter and shocking. There are 275 Members of Parliament MPs. ...

2015 Elections: Nigeria Needs A Patriotic President, Not A Religious And Ethnic President

Thursday, November 20, 2014 In the 2015 elections, Nigerians would have to make hard choices about the next president because their future and that of the country depend on it. As we approach the elections, especially the presidential election, some members of the political elite wants to make religion the dominant issue in ...

Cedi Wahala: A Tale Of Chasing The Tail

Thursday, November 20, 2014 I hate to appear to be flogging a dead horse, but now that the cedi has seen some level of appreciation and or stability against most internationally traded currencies, I believe this is the time for us as a country to take steps to guard against a repetition of the free fall that we witnessed in ...

Cruising To Victory In 2016

Thursday, November 20, 2014 Every political party is formed with the sole purpose of winning political power to exert executive control over the electorate. However, this should not be seen in the Machiavellian sense where power is an end in itself and not a means to an end. In the political history of Ghana, the National D ...

Africa, A Continent Of Prophets?

Thursday, November 20, 2014 9 March 2014: Live on Emmanuel TV the controversial Pentecostal prophet from Nigeria T.B. Joshua is working a miracle. In front of the usual audience of thousands of people in his Synagogue Church of All Nations SCOAN of Lagos, he discovers a young man in the audience says Joshua that wa ...

2015 Budget Show Worse Times Ahead of Ghanaians - Bernard Mornah

Thursday, November 20, 2014 The General Secretary of the Peoples National Convention PNC, Mr. Bernard Mornah has predicted economic difficulty for most Ghanaians in 2015 with reference to the 2015 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of government read in Parliament on Wednesday.According to Mr. Mornah, the projection o ...

ARE WE TIRED OF SYNTHETIC DRUGS? AFTER SEVERAL DRUG RESISTANCES, ONCE MORE NATURE HAS AN ANSWER? GOING BACK TO NATURE II

Thursday, November 20, 2014 People all around the world have started demanding for herbal alternative medicine to synthetic drugs. Many medical schools all around the world have started reintroduction of traditional or complementary medicine into their curricula something they phased out of the system. The Kwame Nkrumah Univer ...
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