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THE YOYO KEEPS OSCILLIATING

What does it say when the vice president of a sovereign country like Ghana is flown overseas for medical treatment. It begs the question as to whether the counyry has planners at all. For how long would we continue to

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NOTHING HAS CHANGED

Would we as a people ever make progress? We all crave development! Everybody to the very last person, want the country to progress yet there seems to be no progress! Elections have been conducted several times. There have been changes

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BETWEEN DE-CONGESTION, TV LICENCE FEES AND EGOS OF FOOTBALL MANAGERS!

There are certain things that never change in Ghana. One of such constants is the ‘fight’ between the Accra Metropolitan Authority (AMA) and hawkers over the latter use or conduct of trading on roads and pavements in the metropolis. The

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MAN, YOU HAVE TO PAY YOUR TITHE!

Thankfully, in the course of the week, the agitations, fights and squabbles that characterised the inability of the ECG to provide needed pre-paid units for the public to access, seems to have been brought under control. How a whole organization

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WHITHER AFRICA’S DEMOCRACY? (2)

And so, I believe it’s time I ask this question “Have you ever stopped to wonder what it means for virtually all countries on the African continent to be described as developing?” I have been racking my brains to understand

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WHITHER AFRICA’S DEMOCRACY?

Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, the longest serving African president has been ousted in a coup by the country’s military. The initial statement from the coup leaders was that theirs was not a coup but meant to target criminal and corrupt

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KOWTOW! PLACATE! BEG!

The above beautiful words aptly describe the NPP situation with regard to her military wing. The vigilante situation have gotten out of hand. All the government has been able to do so far is nothing  but kowtow,  placate and beg

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“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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‘ONE CORNER, ONE CORNER’ REIGNS!

There are a lot of hit songs in the system now but I tell you what, ‘One Corner, One Corner’ tops them all. It’s not about the rhythm, neither is it about the lyrics of the song. The focus is

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