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Government, Not Opposition, Should Provide Solutions

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Precisely what Employment and Labor Relations Minister Haruna Iddrisu means when he calls on Nana Akufo-Addo to provide alternative solutions to the ongoing labor disturbances is not clear, particularly since Mr. Iddrisu does not indicate in his remarks lashing back at Ghanas main opposition lea ...

Mere Allegations Or A Fait Accompli?

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 I have always contended that our leaders are not nearly half as intelligent and foresighted as they would have the rest of us believe. In this instance, the reference is to the widely alleged rumor that the Chief Executive Officer CEO of the Ghana Petroleum Corporation GNPC, Mr. Alexander Mou ...

The Ugandan Wicked Nanny And Our Homes

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 After viewing the You Tube on the brutality meted out to a baby girl in Uganda by a nanny, many people in Ghana and the world over were shocked by the sheer wickedness of a girl employed to take care of the baby girl. Most people in Ghana got relieved that the culprit has been arrested and put in ...

Stone Corruption To Death Not Women

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 The Daboya/Makarigu MP, Mr Nelson AbuduBaani might have been taking some slight sighs a relief in the midst of the suffocating pressure that made him coughed some constricted apology for his Jihadist comments. The NayeleAmetefes 12 kg cocaine haul which broke last week took the consuming medi ...

Radical Ignorance Is The Threat To Peace

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Dr Patrick Dele Cole wrote a serialised piece in the Guardian newspaper of 19th of November 2014 under the title: Islam, radicalism and threat to peace. The relentless shrill and coarse broad-brush denunciations of Islam that filled the entire article only provided another proof that Islamophob ...

Up To 80 Million Bacteria Sealed With A Kiss

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Kissings of all sorts have been adopted by people of the world especially Africans without knowing what it all entail. The article below is meant to open up the dangers involved in kissing especially total strangers whose medical history is not known; read on.As many as 80 million bacter ...

Is The Government Using BNI To Start A War Of Attrition Against The Media?

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 So the Bureau of National Investigations BNI arrested a journalist/media professional for allegedly reporting a false storyrelated to the ruling NDC governmentthat has no potential to threaten the security of the nation? Clearly, the news of the arrest of the CEO of Accra-based Citi FM Mr. Sa ...

What Does The Kayayei Need-Hostels, Education, Skills Training Or Freebies?

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Everything around us is politics according to Kwasi Pratt Junior. It is therefore prudent for those who seek to govern us to be committed to ensuring that those who have left the comfort of their homes to seek non-existent greener pastures are provided with descent place to lain their head and a ...

What Path Is The National Democratic Congress Treading: Has Monitocracy Really Taken Over Our…?

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 I contemplated this piece a while back when constituency executive elections were taking place within my Party, the National Democratic Congress NDC. It was a legitimate pressure that was so compelling for this write-up but with difficulty I had to delay it and there were good reasons for that. ...

War On Corruption And The Latter Day Saints—The “Occupy Ghana” Wahala

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Much has been said about Ghana becoming one of the most corrupt countries in Africa some say the world. Whatever levelit has reached whether continentally or globally, I perfectly agree that Ghana is a corrupt country. The conflict I have within my mental faculties is when did it start and ho ...

Living A Truthful And Authentic Life

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 Each day, miracles occur in our lives. Most often we are so bent on focusing on our frustrations that we fail to see the blessing in our mishaps. Today was one those days that seemed that nothing was going on right for me. I dropped my children off to school, got to the bank to withdraw funds an ...

Ghana: Things Fall Apart For The Shining Star

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 The frontpage headline of the Ghanaian newspaper, Daily Dispatch of 16th September, 2011 reads: Ghanas Economy is one of the Fastest Growing ones in 2011 MoFEP. That sounds like some cruel joke in todays Ghana where there is crunching economic hardships and lots of gnashing of teeth.G ...

Trust Me, Dr. Boamah, Only Nayelegate Can Win The "Drug Politics" War

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 He definitely is right on the money, when Dr. Edward Omane-Boamah caustically declares that the key players of the main opposition New Patriotic Party NPP cannot win an electioneering campaign war based on the politics of drug-trafficking in the lead-up to the 2016 general election See NPP Ca ...
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