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J.b. Danquah And Co.: The Case For The Preventive Detention Act (2)

Friday, March 06, 2015 Now, given the various accounts of Drs. Biney, Botwe-Asamoah, Gyamerah, Owusu-Ansah, and Mr. Nelson, it becomes clear why the Opposition adopted as its modus operandi any means necessary to save itself from imminent political extinction rather than to liberate the country from a perceived encroa ...

Is It A Birthday Worth Celebrating?

Friday, March 06, 2015 We were not there but have heard, we did not see, but have read and learnt the narrow and rough path our forefathers walked through to achieving independence. The independence of Ghana is the greatest gift ever given to us. Committed souls and great nationalists had exchanged their lives for the ...

Islam Promotes Tolerance & Prohibits Terrorism

Friday, March 06, 2015 Allah Prohibits Terrorism Promotes Tolerance And those who restrain their anger (swallowing their anger as if swallowing a thorn, out of patience tolerance) and pardon men; and G ...

Are Ghanaians Not Entitled To State Protection From Fraudsters?

Friday, March 06, 2015 I will not attempt to go too deep into what the duties of a government are supposed to be because I do not know. In fact I am a layman with very little or no knowledge at all about what governments are supposed to do or what not to do. Within the confines of this limited knowledge however, I do kn ...

Our Ama Has Abandon Us To Tribal Cum Religious Tugs

Friday, March 06, 2015 I recently posted an article titled THE AMA AND HER BYE-LAWS but that was just a tip of the challenges the inhabitants of the Accra Municipal Assembly are facing. I focused my discuss on the East Ayawaso Sub Metro to allow us deal with practical concerns endangering lives of the people in the commu ...

On Ghanaians And Sacrifices

Thursday, March 05, 2015 I write this article in reaction to an argument I had with a male cousin of mine yesterday, which was about Ghanaians and sacrifice. This seemingly simple issue is very delicate and crucial because it has to do with forgoing the valuable. Sacrifice simply refers to forgoing something valuable, pr ...

There Cannot Be All Out War In Ghana

Thursday, March 05, 2015 There cannot be an all out war in Ghana through religious, ethnic and partisan conflicts as experienced in other nations such as Rwanda. There could be little conflicts emanation from land disputes partisanship or religious differences. Yet Ghanaians are so closely linked that we would shake off ...

Serious Human Rights Abuses And Violations In Mbengwi

Thursday, March 05, 2015 Christopher Fon Achobang, Human Rights Activist, ...

Female Warriors Of Allah, The Modern Military’s Death Trip

Thursday, March 05, 2015 This week, African war machine found itself in the cross hairs of an outraged lopsided war fighting innovation. Panting after future shock and awe terror attack and to further sour its radicalizing trend, boko haram has gone too far into sending young girls on kamikaze suicide bombing missions. F ...

The Collapse Of NHIS And The Return Of Cash And Carry Reveal Mahama's Incompetence

Thursday, March 05, 2015 The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) was introduced for the first time in Ghana by the Kufuor government in December 2004, with a goal to provide equitable access and financial coverage for basic health care services to Ghanaians. The reason for setting up the health insurance was to allow ...

As March 6 approaches, what will Ghanaians genuinely hope to celebrate?

Thursday, March 05, 2015 Thursday, January 5, 2015 Folks, much water has passed under the bridge since Ghana emerged from the ashes of the Gold Coast at independence on Thursday, March 6, 1957, with a national identity encapsulated in a national flag, anthem, and political rhetoric highlighting the entrenchment of the ...

J.B. Danquah And Co.: The Case For The Preventive Detention Act (1)

Thursday, March 05, 2015 What was the nature of crimes Nkrumah committed to warrant chains of pre- and post-independence terroristic acts against his person, Ghanaians, and Ghana? This is one important question followers of the Danquah-Busia Tradition conveniently avoid. Significantly, there have been several attempts by ke ...

The Issue Of Religion Or Faith In Schools.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015 I have been a victim of religious victimisation even as a Christian back in a missionary high school, so I write this article out of personal experience I do not understand why the issue of religion in schools have become a bone of contention today I also believe that most of the people who expres ...
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