JUST RAMBLING (4)

Since the beginning of the year strange things have happened and stranger things would happen if things are not normalised. Undertaking National Service is already a wahala and the registration is something else altogether. This year, the exercise has witnessed

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A TWIST IN THE TALE

Initially I thought it was one of those inter office things between management and staff.  Indeed, I was a little taken aback when the National Democratic Congress (NDC) joined the fray and pointed fingers at the ruling government as being

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COMMISERATIONS, ASANTE KOTOKO

The People’s National Convention is in turmoil.  This follows the appointment and acceptance of an ambassadorial role for Dr. Edward Nasigri Mahama, who was the president candidate of the party in the December 2016 elections. The party’s hierarchy has distanced

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BLACK WEDNESDAY

It was Black Wednesday at the Wimbledon Grand Slam as two of the favourites to win the contest crashed out of the competition. The ouster of reigning champion Andy Murray and former champion Novak Djokovic, leaves Roger Federer as the

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AGAINST ALL ODDS

After the rest period in Europe, the footballing world has come alive once again.  The summer transfer window is open and as is to be expected, clubs have started exerting their influence and flexing their muscles in a bid to

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ESI RHULE EXPOSED!

  Wow! I have always been intrigued about what makes models tick? Yes, what is it about models that whenever they enter a room all eyes turn to their direction? What is it about modeling that lures young ladies into

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