“KOM KOM NA MA Y3”

Ghana in the 1980s and 90s experienced the Culture of Silence during the regime of Jerry John Rawlings and his junta. The culture had people living in fear. Opponents of the junta till today, speak bitterly about the practice and

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GHANA, DI ASA!

Ghana is an interesting country filled with lovely people that just love fun. Indeed, so fun loving are the people that every now and then, they come up with something that evoke laughter and thereby reduce the tension in the

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NEW KING, NEW LAW

Politics is an interesting game. Indeed, politics is an art that has to be perfected by the practitioner in order to be successful. Politics demands that one is able to convince people in order to win their trust and votes

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PRESIDENTIAL CONCERT PARTY

Africa! Indeed there’s no place like Africa. The Americans can claim all they like. The Europeans and the Asians can have their say but tell you what, Africa is the real deal! The other continents might have the sophistication but

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EVERYTHING IS SO, SO SOMETHING (2)

So, come to think of it I cannot get my mind off the fact that these days, things are so, so something try as I would. The Task Force set up to snuff out the galamsey Operations in the country,

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EVERYTHING IS SO, SO SOMETHING!

So Jerry Rawlings is finally comfortable with the New Patriotic Party (NPP). I have been scratching my head since the announcement by the President that the former President had accepted the post to lead the war against filth in the

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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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JUST WONDERING

It’s another is here full of promise. I just love Mondays because it sets the tone for the rest of the working week. Last week was mournful. The state burial for the late Maj. Maxwell Adam Mahama, was very moving

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CELEBRITIES AHOY

There’s no doubt that the word celebrity is in vogue in Ghana these days. Hardly a day passes without the word being used in connection with someone involved in the movie, film or television or radio industry. Sometimes, I have

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ANY HOPE FOR KWASI APPIAH?

Kwasi Appiah! When I first heard the news that he had applied for the Black Stars managerial job, I developed the chills. When I heard that former president Kuffour (who now uses a walking stick) was lobbying for him to

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