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An African Renaissance Starts With A Swift Return To Our Native Languages

Friday, July 25, 2014 There has never been a better time than now to return to our African linguistic roots. The 1884s Scramble for Africa also called Partition of Africa brought us unforeseen divisions and rivalries whereby we are explicitly known as Francophone, Lusophone, Anglophone, and Italophone, respectively ...

The Plight Of The Peasantry In Sub-Saharan Africa

Friday, July 25, 2014 In sub-Saharan Africa, peasants excel in great numbers. Because each peasant lives in total solitude from the next neighborly peasant, they have no means of collectively coming together to become a force to be reckoned with in the political affairs of their constitutional governments. Meanwhile, ...

Qur'anic Commentary & Analysis Through The Lens Of Modern Science [14]

Friday, July 25, 2014 The content of the Quran varies greatly and converse a range of subjects from ethics to cosmology and metaphysics. According to Islamic teachings, The Quran contains the roots or principles of knowledge pertaining to both the domain of action and that of intellection and contemplation --- ...
Paul Frimpong, The Author

A Decade Of China In Africa: Win-Win Or Exploitation?

Friday, July 25, 2014 Many countries across the world are investing in Africa on diverse fronts. China in particular has been investing hugely in Africa over the last decade than any other outsider. This has generated a lot of global debate, one that many Africans find very strange and unwarranted.For many de ...

Dr. Kwakye Of IEA Could Be Telling A "True-Lie"

Friday, July 25, 2014 Ghana is an interesting place to be at this time of economic turmoil. I support the view that knowing the problem could be an inch to the solution. Economics as a subjective science therefore means that every man potentially has an answer to the economic crisis of our economy based on their unde ...

Stroke Of My Pen: When Journalists Perform The Watchdog Role

Friday, July 25, 2014 One of the first roles every would-be journalist learns when he or she steps into the journalism school is to be a watchdog. In other words, surveillance role. This role is crucial because the journalist begins to be the eyes and ears of the citizens or the public. The journalist upon assumption ...

Stroke Of My Pen” : A Third Trimester Experience, Warts And All—Alex Blege

Friday, July 25, 2014 The date was May 22, 2014 at 2pm when in the company of three school mates of mine, we arrived at Asuboi- a village where two streams meet, Sinae and Subri. It is one of the villages under Techimantia, a town in the Tano South District of the Brong Ahafo Region. The district capital of the Tan ...

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Reuben Abati: Nigeria's Most Evil Genius?

Friday, July 25, 2014 Nothing is more dangerous than when a good man goes rogue. Most of the worst criminals in history were good men in society who either voluntarily or by virtue of circumstance, went rogue. We all know the award winning, chairman of the editorial board of the Nigerian Guardian, Dr Reuben Abati, our ...

@doyinokupe: Dead or Alive #BBOG Now Or Step down

Friday, July 25, 2014 Ecclesiastes KJV 4:1 So I returned, and considered all the oppression that are done under the sun: and behold the tears of such as were oppressed, and they had no comforter; and on the side of their oppressors there was power; but they had no comforter. 2 Wherefore I praised the dead which are ...

HMD Forewin Ltd. – Treading Where No One Can

Friday, July 25, 2014 A fearless heart is the most essential weapon to overcome a challengea positive gamble, so to speak. Where a hero is found conquering a difficult obstacle under quite harsh circumstances, one cannot but take a moment to admire the resulting accomplishments, especially if that hero is an embodimen ...

Letter To The Ghanaian...Success Is A Habit, What Habits Will You Choose?

Friday, July 25, 2014 There is no secret formula to being successful. It doesnt just fall out of the sky nor does it happen out of nowhere. There is no book or movie you can watch to get you there. What it comes down to is habit. Habits are what separate the strong from the weak. What we do on a constant basis and wh ...
From Left To Right: Dr. Moshood Fayemiwo And His Late Attorney, Barrister Fadipe  Tayo Fayemiwo

The Wheel Of Life: How Humans Are Born And How They Die: Using Late Barrister Kunle Fadipe As Spiritual Analysis

Friday, July 25, 2014 Christianity can be boring at times when a born-again refuses to grow. A Christian can suffer from spiritual Down syndrome when he/she is content with the monotonous drudgery of going to church every Sunday and limited to reading Psalms and choice epistles as magic charms to solving sundry viciss ...

Ken Agyepong Has A Point, But...

Thursday, July 24, 2014 If it is true that the General-Secretary of the Trades Union Congress TUC, Mr. Kofi Asamoah, sat on the Board of Directors of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust SSNIT that ratified the sale of Merchant Bank to Fortiz, then Mr. Kennedy Ohene Agyepong is apt in his assertion that ...
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