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100 DAYS OF K3 KPUUU K3 KPAAA!

So all too soon, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo is celebrating a 100 days of ascending to the throne and high office of the President of the republic of Ghana. Wow, time really has a mind of its own and

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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RAINBOW

We are our own enemies and indiscipline is going to be our bane. These two refrains keep reverberating in my mind ever since i took a ride and walk through Accra central recently. Ghana is celebrating her 60th Anniversary of

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GHANA@60 WAHALA DEY!

Ghana, land of our birth, we pledge to thee, our love and tears in the years to come. Sixty years in the life of any country is a long time. The country would have gone and been through a lot

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ECHOES OF THE YEAR OF ONAA PO!

The year 2016 will linger long in the memory of Ghanaians not only because of the elections that ushered in Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo as the 5th President since the inception of the 4th Republican constitution in 1992, but

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MATTERS ARISING

Having gone through the minutes and effected all the necessary corrections and additions, it’s about time to turn to matters arising from the past week. And what a crazy week it’s been. I couldn’t help getting in on the action

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THINKING ALOUD (2)

You know the other day someone innocently asked me what is meant by somebody thinking allowed? I guess my dear friend would get the answer after reading this piece.  So, let’s roll. These days, i cannot help but be surprised

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THE POLITICS OF WHO QUALIFIES TO REGISTER AND VOTE IN GHANA!

The last election held in Ghana was the Elections 2012. It was hot and contentious. The main protagonists, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) battled each other all the way till the results were declared

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NEVER AGAIN (2)

When the history of this nation comes to be written, June 3, 2015 would go down as the bloodiest. I mean it wasn’t war time with any country, there was no shoot-out between police and robbers and there was no

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RAINS. RAINS AND MORE RAINS!

I resisted vehemently the urge to use the famous nursery rhyme ’rain, rain go away, come again another day little children want to play’ to start this piece because I believe in this day and age, mere rain should not

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JUST RAMBLING 3

What a healthy way to start this piece. What a joyful piece of news. I was beside myself with glee when news filtered in that one of the Chibok girls has been found! Since April, 2014 when 218 girls were

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